The LEGO Movie polybags

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A couple of The LEGO Movie minifig polybags have surfaced on Eurobricks over the last couple of days while I've been faffing about with the new site, so apologies for the late news.

The one pictured is Emmet in pyjamas (yes, spelling is correct) and Groove Bricks has a picture of a DJ robot.

I haven't heard definitively where they'll be available although I think there's chatter in the forum about something being given away with pre-ordered tickets for TLM at Odeon cinemas, which could be these.

Fill me in if you can. I'll get them added to the database once we have set numbers.

37 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

Is it just me is this just Emmets head on a Minfig series 6 body.... how lazy.

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By in United Kingdom,

I mentioned the Emmet fig in the forum, I thought it looked like the sleepyhead fig!

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By in United Kingdom,

@Lego34s - at least this means those of us who don't get the poly can create the minifig fairly easily! ;-)

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By in Denmark,

Emmet would probably go for pajamas. If he could spell, that is. Or wield a pen.

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By in United Kingdom,

where can I get the lego movie polybags in the uk?

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By in United Kingdom,

I was at the cinema on Wednesday and they were advertised as being with kids meals.

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By in United States,

I do not like Polybags after what Lego pulled with the Iron Patriot minifigure.

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By in United Kingdom,

Hopefully this news will detract from the Simpsons *cough*rants*cough*.

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By in United States,

Uninspiring bunch of polys, I have to say.

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By in United States,

I missed out on the Series 6 Sleepyhead, and the DJ hair in brown is something I'd really like - hopefully these will appear in stores or not be too expensive on the aftermarket.

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By in United States,

I have to get a couple of those Robot DJs, hopefully they won't be too hard to get. I'll get Emmet in sleepwear if I can for completeness sake.

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By in Indonesia,

@Lordmoral; really? Well, I wish you luck you do not incite the wrath of sour polybag collectors...

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By in United States,

does any one know when the SW and HF sets will be released in the U.S.?

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By in United Kingdom,

Cool minifigures, I hope we can get more details about them soon :D

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By in United Kingdom,

@ARC Trooper Echo, they are already out in the UK so I'd imagine that the united states will have them soon.

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By in United Kingdom,

I just came back from the US I was told that it may not be until March before they get the SW sets, though I think that's a little off the mark. I suspect it'll be a few weeks for stores. S@H has some DC sets listed, Riddler and Man Bat.

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By in United States,

@Patch22 yeah, i knew they were out in the UK but was wondering why the US doesnt have them yet :)

@Tresillian i sure hope its not till march :) that would stink :P

oh and polybag-wise does anyone know what polybag wil be available in february and march???

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By in United States,

It's nice to get Emmet in all of the regular sets, but have the Poncho and Pyjama versions exclusive.

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By in Germany,

@ Arc trooper echo: February will see a polybag called "piece of resistance" with a regular workers outfit emmet. really nothing special to it!

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By in United States,

@ARC Trooper Echo I think the Star Wars is in February.

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By in United States,

Don't forget there's about a 99.9% likelihood that the Wild West Emmet that's being offered with the TLM video game in Australia is going to be in a poly as well. By my count it's 3 fig only polys (WW Emmet, Pyjammas Emmet, Radio DJ Robot), 3 building & fig polys (Piece of Resistance with Emmet, Micro Manager Battle with Wyldstyle, Super Secret Police Enforcer with RoboSWAT) and the Accessory Pack poly... PLUS the February LEGO Store Monthly Mini Model Build is a micromanager... 5 Posters being given away this month too (there's a thing on the Lego Store facebook page today if you figure out the riddle in a picture you can get a Benny poster at LBR branches for saying "Spaceship Spaceship SPACESHIP!" https://www.facebook.com/officialLEGOshop )

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By in United States,

Pyjamas??? Are those pajamas you eat with pie? They are a lovely "colour" of blue wonder what his "neighbours" think...
;) Cheers

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By in United States,

@arc trooper. I do believe TLG already announced that Star Wars, lego juniors and the rest of dc would not be out until march.

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By in United Kingdom,

@Clan Stonebraker - no, "pyjamas" are "pajamas" which have been spelt CORRECTLY. ;-P

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By in United States,

Spelt is one of my favorite grains, but I don't see what that has to do with pajamas.

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By in Taiwan,

Though not a really exculsive choice, I think it's reasonable for TLC not maknig polybag minifigures better than CMFs or CMFs would be relatively less valuable. For unknown reason, I can see these in Taiwan but there's no CMF series yet. :-/

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By in United States,

thanks about the february one, anyone have an idea about the march one?

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By in United States,

Pyjamas... Maybe that's how they say it in Mehico?

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By in United Kingdom,

Funny how Huw anticipated and pre-empted the pyjamas spelling debate, and yet it has still happened!

Pyjamas is how "they" say it in every part of the world except the US. It derives from the Persian word "payjameh" so I guess either side could claim they are correct, one taking out the a, the other taking out the y.
But it seems pretty clear, given how universal it is, that pyjamas is correct, and the US spelling is a simplification, perhaps based on nothing more complicated or intentional than repeated misspelling.
Of course it also seems that some US folk don't understand the concept of a world outside their borders, or that the English language might not be exclusively, or even primarily, theirs to define... ;)

http://grammarist.com/spelling/pajamas-pyjamas/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pajamas

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By in United States,

^ I, as an American, agree with your point. I'm not really looking forward for these one-fig polys, but the SSP Enforcer seems useful

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By in United States,

@zipsforbananas: It is called English after all, you were using it LONG before we were. I have similar linguistic problem with the whole Football/Soccer conundrum).

With this Emmet, there are at least 5 different Emment heads with up to 10 different facial expressions out now...
Brickfilm makers and the people who make the books like The Brick Bible and Lego Shakespeare are going to love them since they all are basically different facial expressions od the classic smile head. They may also have some use as emotocons on Lego forums...

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By in United States,

Touche' , I do know where pyjamas come from, I was just being facetious and poking a little fun. :)

@Murphquake Not sure what RAH is, but Stonebraker is my surname, about every Stonebraker and Stonebreaker in America are related one way or the other.

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By in United States,

Robert A. Heinlein, the author, had bits about Grandfather Stonebender in many of his books... Stonebraker reminded me of it, but i had the reference off after a little googling =-)

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By in United States,

May be a little off topic but the Target by me has 30225 Coast Guard Seaplane poly bag in their Valentines section.

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