Warner Bros. Release LEGO-Fied End Cards For The Flash, Supergirl And Arrow

The Flash, Supergirl and Arrow have been given LEGO-fied avatars. Warner Bros. offered a treat of sorts for "The Lego Batman Movie" fans with the release of LEGO-fied images of some of its popular superhero characters.

The characters include The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow and Gotham. This release follows close on the heels of "The Lego Batman Movie". What is more, a humorous TV spot featuring LEGO Batman has been made public, What Nerds reported.

It has the former meeting the LEGO-fied editions of Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash, and Atom. If fans cared to notice, The CW's shows this past week had each of their end cards LEGO-fied, Comicbook.com claims. As for "The Lego Batman Movie," the big-screen adventure has been drawing acclaim from all circles. It has grossed $92 million worldwide.

This is quite a revelation as "The Lego Batman Movie" was competing with the erotica "Fifty Shades Darker" on the Valentine weekend. Also, it is one of those six animates feature titles that have grabbed opening weekend in the $50 million dollar range. The factors that have favored "The Lego Batman Movie" are overseas play and the fact that it has kids on school break.

Also, Warner Bros. studio is elated with the movie's performance. Jeff Goldstein, the domestic distribution president said that "The Lego Movie" launched a franchise and Lego Batman is a stand-alone that is part of this family. The result shows immense interest of the audience in these Lego movies. He also stated that they have the Lego Ninjago Movie in September, followed by The Lego Movie sequel and it is an exciting future for this franchise.

The LEGO Batman is the leading hero of "The Lego Batman Movie" but he has to seek help from others in order to save the city. This is because big changes are sweeping Gotham and The Joker is scheming to overtake it. So, Batman alone cannot keep it safe. He has to join hands with others and shun his lone vigilante avatar.

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