The LEGO Movie 2 Invades with Promotional Nationwide Mini-Room Experience

Screenshot of THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART (Image Courtesy of Warner Bros Pictures)

Ahead of this weekend’s nationwide release of the eagerly anticipated sequel The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, Emmet has invaded LEGO stores across the nation to allow attendees and participants to have a cute and enjoyable photo op with the mini-room experience, a fully detailed and oriented recreation of Bricksburg in all of its LEGO glory.


An Exclusive Goody Bag Given to Attending Press Members

Although initially small, the LEGO mini-room tour is most certainly a fun photo booth experience to enjoy should you be within the area. It will entertain children and families alike, particularly the younger threshold. Taking a picture with the lush backdrop of Bricksburg has never been easier.

In addition, fans receive a free picture with the Emmet in his room along with a boomerang gif that can be emailed straight to the viewers. Both of these media are captured in fully real time, allowing participants to have instant memories of their occasion. Not only is the picture completely free, but it is also taken by professional photographers, allowing families to avoid the much dreaded surcharge for premium pictures. This is a fact made all the glorious by the featured display of props. Livening any picture, attendees can use provided props to excite their images, beyond Emmet’s room.

Screenshot of THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART (Image Courtesy of Warner Bros Pictures)

Some things to keep in mind when taking a picture are that it’s quite small so only about 2-3 people can be seen in the picture. Large families of six people simply won’t be able to all squeeze into the frame. Secondly, the mini-room experience is barely an experience. It’s just a promotional tool for the upcoming movie, making its necessity not nearly as big. Fans who are considering driving across the state and through traffic to attend the event should really think twice about it. The entire “experience” no longer than about 2-3 minutes for the entire process. But for those who happen to be in the area, it’s a welcome distraction to seep back into the world of The LEGO Movie before its sequel lands this Friday.

Minifigure Emmet in the Mini-Room Experience

Should you be able to attend, make sure to use #LEGOMovie2 when posting your picture on any channel of social media.