Lord Business' map (in his boardroom) shows the Lego Movie universe and its various realms:
Forest of Obsolete Products
The Old West
Technic Mecha Mine
We also know that there's a ...
It would appear to be the same joke just in different situations. The LEGO website advertising the “Where Are My Pants?” Guy Minifigure has the following to say:
The story about “Where Are My Pants?” Guy from LEGO® Minifigures
“Honey, where are my pants?”
The “Where Are My Pants?” Guy is the star of the #1 hit television show “Where Are My Pants?...
Since my below answer LEGO have released some of the minifigures for The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and one of them is named Flashback Lucy.
This singing sensation from The Popular Band recalls a time when everything really was awesome, until she discovered that it wasn’t – but the rhythm isn’t going to get her!
As we can see Lucy was one of the ...
The story of the Lego Movie is told as a story within a story. Emmet, the archetypal everyman hero is literally a randomly chosen minifigure that the child (Finn) manipulates in the overarching story that takes place within his imagination.
The events of the film are shown, at the end of the film to be set-pieces that the boy has made from Lego and is ...
Yes and no.
The film's directors have openly acknowledged that there's a connection between the two films and that the goal is to build an interconnected "Lego Cinematic Universe".
At the same time they utterly reserve the right to have the events of this and subsequent films not reflect the events of the "external universe" that we saw at the end of The ...
The Official Lego Movie Metalbeard's Metal Beard's Rules of the Sea Facebook Page has a complete list.
Two are seen in the movie, the others were presumably invented to describe his actions or just for general amusement value;
IMDB has a trivia note that says:
"Emmet" is an archaic word for "ant", an insect well known for being a construction worker that works in a team. - imdb
To me, that explanation sounds more plausible than Emmet is a golem. Emmet the worker ant means he is just one cog in the very large wheel of Bricksburg.
I believe the answer is both yes and kinda sorta.
My reasoning is that the Lego Universe is just a particular kids stories that he acts out while playing. Observing the oblique reference to "Batman having a standalone adventure" means that almost certainly he told the Lego Batman Movie between the two Lego Movies.
However, as you mentioned, there are ...
By Lloyd’s old version I meant the version that appears in the Lego Ninjago television show before the Lego Ninjago movie and in 2011 before the Lego movie where we can see a Lego green ninja in it from the show
So the Ninjago movie probably comes after The LEGO Movie since it features Lloyd’s new version in the The LEGO Ninjago Movie as seen here
and if ...