The LEGO Movie 2 minifigure pack revealed!

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A brand new minifigure pack for The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part has arrived at the LEGO store in Hong Kong. This image was posted on Candid Bricks' social media channels and shows that Emmet is included along with a female resident of Apocalypseburg and two Sewer Babies!

The set also contains a small model, seemingly depicting one of Emmet's construction equipment creations. It costs HKD129 and that will probably equate to around £10.99, $12.99 or 12.99€ when this pack becomes more widely available.

News via Promobricks.

41 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

Finally sewer babies have risen and everything is awesome again,
Nice cute add on set i like it..

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By in Netherlands,

I must have a thousand of these, for an army of sewer babies.

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By in Netherlands,

12.99€? How about... NO

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By in United States,

Me: Sewer babies!!!!
SB: "Wahhh."

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By in Canada,

I hope Lego makes them available outside the Lego stores. In the past have minifig packs been available outside Lego stores?

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By in Poland,

I see Lego havent learned ANYTHING from previous movie sets.
NOONE WANTS 4 EMMETS

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By in United States,

Good morning sewer babies!

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By in United States,

The repeat Emmet is a bummer (especially after the Lego Batman Movie pack that graciously excluded Batman or any other repeat characters), but the sewer babies are cute as heck so I may have to pick this up if they don't show up elsewhere.

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By in United Arab Emirates,

How many Emmets can anybody possibly need!? Does Lego think we won't recognize that the set comes from The Lego Movie if it doesn't have Emmet in it?
It's not even an alternative-expression Emmet, or tattered-outfit Emmet, or too-many-coffees Emmet... Come on, Lego!

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By in United States,

Are those the first printed baby heads?
(Apart from Jack-Jack). I guess the first differently printed yellow heads.

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By in United States,

I. NEED. SEWER. BABIES!!!!

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By in United Kingdom,

I love those sewer babies, everything else doesn't bother me but those babies mean I'm buying these asap when they're released

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By in United States,

@Your future president:
Yes I believe this is the first printed head, other than Jack-Jack.
I just want to know, what in this world is a sewer baby?? Can’t wait for TLM2 for this to all make sense!!

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By in United States,

@mfg3000:
Sure. They'll also be available at S@H and LEGOLAND stores.

@Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290, & Minifig290:
Ummmmmmmmmmmm...

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By in United Kingdom,

In the full photo there's also what seems to be a Lego Movie pod next to it. Anybody got any news on what that is?

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By in Hungary,

If you think about it, the concept of a "sewer baby" sound very wierd.

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By in United States,

Thank you Lego! As soon as you come out with Christmas sweater Batman, my life will be complete.

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By in Germany,

Sewer babies? Come on TLG, what the hell? The thought alone is revolting, to say the least.
While they're at it, why not make a The LEGO: SAW Movie next. Would be fitting.

Babies in a sewer. At times when in real life mothers throw newborn babies in the trash to die, this is both insensitive and vile.
I am definitely not going to go see this film, what a disgusting load of ...

Yuck! (Where's the vomiting smiley when you need it?)

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By in United States,

@AustinPowers: You're joking, right? It's pretty clear that that's not what this is about—it's just a joke about how the gritty, post-apocalyptic reworking of all of Bricksburg's citizens has extended even to its youngest members. It reminds me of the sorts of roving teen gangs in so much post-apocalyptic fiction, only taken to the most ludicrous extreme—bands of badly behaving babies who abandon their beds, bibs, booties and baby bottles to do battle.

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By in Hungary,

Not a fan how we keep getting less minis in these blisters as time goes on. Baby pieces are hardly equivalent substitutes.

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By in Denmark,

Was pretty surprised to see babies. Normally the other babies are pretty cute but these just don’t look like anything “cute”. Not sure if I want ‘em to my collection but they’re babies anyway.

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By in United States,

@AustinPowers, that’s the most ignorant post I’ve ever seen anyone make on these boards.

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By in United States,

Everyone else is talking about the Emmet duplicate and the sewer babies. Me, I’m wondering about the apocalyptic, pre-Lego Ninjago Movie Nya.

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By in United States,

@BrickDangerous, I’m sure there won’t be an explanation. I’m guessing the premise is the whole place is in a wasteland state, so everyone fights for survival. You’ll likely see the sewer babies for that scene and be done with them. Not sure why anyone would be getting concerned over them.

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By in United States,

@AustinPowers: ...Okayyyy...chill. You’re reading too far into this...It’s not something to get offended over. Obviously anyone confused about the sewer babies has either forgotten or hasn’t seen the first TLM2 trailer. And please, you’re going to boycott the movie because of one small, insignificant thing? Don’t be so small-minded.

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By in United States,

^ I don't believe that one standing by a moral or any other type of belief is being small minded. @AustinPowers has every right to either (a) avoid all ties (this set and movie) which conflict with his values or (b) understand that these innuendos were unintentional and go see the movie. I see his point, but it will not sway me from going to see the movie. I believe that these (more than likely minuscule characters) were intended for humor only and not to be offensive. I for one don't agree with other things that Lego has and is producing, but I just don't buy them. But my point is, calling of names not only connotes immaturity, but also does not help win anybody to your side. It only makes a bigger rift. Consider this in the future when you wish to (gently) persuade someone.

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By in United States,

I was wondering when the sewer babies would become a reality

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By in United States,

0_0

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By in United States,

Getting worked up over the Sewer Babies is definitely being small-minded and reeks of the whole “lets be offended for the sake of being offended”. But I don’t mean to get anything started. If people don’t like it, I benefit because it leaves more Sewer Babies for me to buy.

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By in United States,

@monkyby87: Agreed. :P @TheUltimateAuthority: I see your point. I probably got carried away. I don’t mean to get involved in any argument, so my apologies. :)

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By in United States,

Emmet was in about 15 sets for the first movie so we are just going to have to deal with that for the second movie - like it or not. I really expected sewer babies in the Apocalypseburg set but I guess Lego is going to make them harder to get.

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By in United States,

This should satiate the weird sewer baby demand that seems to be out there in the AFOL community.

@JDC: harder to get? This is in a pack that will likely be available at LEGO stores and on LEGO S@H and to me 12.99 is a lot cheaper than what Apocalypseburg is going to cost. I will add that typically a lot of these types of packs have sold out quickly in the past, so even at 12.99 I would say buy them when you have the chance.

Im also guessing that sewer babies will appear in another set still.

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By in United States,

@madforLEGO. It depends if this is going to be a widely released set or one those “hit or miss” or regional sets that end up on Bricklink for 4x the price. Either way, I will have sewer babies in my collection.

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By in Germany,

@Lyichir: no, I am not joking. I truly find the idea revolting.

But it's no wonder that in this current world of so much horrible and perverted stuff in movies and on TV that so many seem to like the idea and don't even see why this is such a disgusting thing.
Plus there is absolutely no need for it. An apocalyptic world can be potrayed with adult figures only without losing any part of the "richness" of the scenario.

@monkyby87: what's ignorant about having a conscience and sentitivity for certain subjects?
Plus "Not sure why anyone would be getting concerned over them. "

That's the kind of attitude of many people nowadays. Why should I care? What is it to me?
When I was growing up people did care, and kids were educated to learn to care.
See what the world has become with so many people not caring or interested in important matters anymore (I am not talking about those stupid sewer babies in particular of course).
As long as oneself is happy, what does anything else matter to me? That kind of attidude.

@The Ultimate Authority: thank you for seeing what I'm getting at/where I'm coming from.

I was not trying to persuade anyone to not see the movie. I just said that I wasn't going to see the movie and for what reason. I just can't get the image of discarded babies out of my head, whenever I read the term "sewer babies". Even if it was meant as a joke, I can't say I find it funny at all.
And before anyone wonders, I have no problem with violence or dystopic scenarios in movies, as long as it makes sense and is not simply included to entertain voyeurs and/or perverts.

And I draw the line at anything like this that includes children, with one exception, and that is when history is portrayed. Schindler's List comes to mind, or Grave of the Fireflies. Those films include gruesome and/or gut-/heartwrenching scenes involving kids, but they serve a serious and valuable purpose.
Sewer babies, just for fun or a throwaway gag to me doesn't fall into this category, sorry.

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By in United States,

@AustinPowers:
I really want to point out the irony of someone going by "AustinPowers" commenting on how there's so much "horrible and perverted stuff in movies and on TV"...but I shall refrain from doing so.

Seriously, though, it may be a callout to something like Lord of the Flies. The whole thing is over-the-top in its depiction of the Apocalypse (including the fact that Bricksburg has been renamed Apocalypseburg, and lifted the Statue of Liberty gag straight out of Planet of the Apes). You've got Batman wearing a tire cut in half as shoulder armor, a barrista and surfer (amongst others) done in Mad Max style, Unikitty is covered in spiked armor, Benny ends up with a prosthetic arm (in at least one scene, but apparently not for the whole movie), and as someone pointed out they even put a spear in a hotdog bun. All of this seems to be aimed squarely at three jokes. The first is that the Duplo aliens did indeed destroy everything. The second is that things have gotten so completely out of hand that even the babies have run off to form their own primitive society. And the third is that in the midst of all of this, Emmet remains largely unchanged from his usual cheerful self.

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By in Germany,

@Purple Dave: I fail to see what a username of AustinPowers has to do with this, as in none of the three movies of that series, while they contain plenty of stupid and sometimes borderline-crossing gross humor, is anything like this shown. Especially nothing concerning underage people or babies. And before you start, Mini-me is no baby in any sense of the word, nor is he portrayed as such. In contrast for example to Baby Herman from Who framed Roger Rabbit, but that's a whole different story.

Again, I don't take offence in any of the apocalypse scenario itself, nor do I object to dark humor. I am quite a fan of comedy the likes of Monty Python, Not-the-nine-o-clock-News, Blackadder, Red Dwarf etc.

It is simply that I find the whole idea of "sewer babies" revolting, especially in light of constant news of babies being discarded in trash containers, sewers, or simply left to die somewhere outside etc., that this seems totally unneccessary and unfitting for a company supposedly caring for a family-friendly environment.

If you watch something disgusting like a Saw movie, you do that on purpose, clearly expecting extreme and vile content. But here we are talking about a LEGO movie, where I expect quite a bit, but certainly not anything like "sewer babies". No thank you.

And that should be the end of this. Anyone who wants to go see the movie, by all means do so and enjoy yourself. I might have enjoyed the rest of this movie, I loved the first one. But yes, even if you find this overreacting, due to this detail, which imho is so totally disgusting, I will not go see this film. Period.

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By in United States,

@AustinPowers:
Are we forgetting how Fat Bastard thought Mini-Me _was_ a baby...and wanted to eat him?

Anyways, this isn't a case of babies being discarded more than it is that things have just gotten so out of control that even the babies ran off to create their own society (the way they react to the minifigs makes it pretty clear that adults aren't welcome. Futurama had a similar situation in an episode where two characters think they've travelled even further into the future only to find out they just landed outside of LA, where kids have formed their own distopian society as a way to kill time, where it's all just chalked up to the fact that it's LA.

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By in United States,

@SearchlightRG:
You really think that's Nya? There is a flashback that takes place during TLBM, but no reference that I was able to spot to TLNM or Ninjago in general this time around. This minifig is also cobbled together from three other minifigs. The head is from Mo-Hawk and the torso is from Roxxi (both from the Apocalypseburg set), while the legs are from Maddox (Batman/Metalbeard set). I'm not sure where they got the hair from, but it doesn't feel like this is supposed to represent Nya. They definitely didn't mention her, or give this minifig any spoken lines that I was able to spot.

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