The LEGO Avengers Movie is the first film in the LEGO Marvel Universe, adjunct to Sony's Marvel Universe and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
There are big changes in Chicago, but if Iron Man wants to save the city from Loki and the other villains, he must extend the Avengers team by teaming up with the X-Men and the Fantastic Four.
The film stars Kevin James ("Barnyard", the "Hotel Transylvania" films) as Iron Man, Patrick Warburton ("Bee Movie", "Open Season", "Chicken Little") as Hulk, James Corden ("Trolls", "The Emoji Movie", "Smallfoot") as Thor, Russell Brand ("Hop", "Despicable Me") as Loki, Mark Wahlberg ("Transformers: The Last Knight", the "Daddy's Home" films) as Captain America, Nika Futterman (TV's "Handy Manny", "The Loud House") as Black Widow, Thomas Middleditch ("Penn Zero: Part Time Hero", "Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie") as Hawkeye, Robbie Daymond ("Breadwinners") as Spider Man, Isla Fisher ("Horton Hears A Who!", "Rango") as Spider Gwen, Steve Buscemi ("Monster House") as Ant Man, Jennifer Lopez ("Home", "Ice Age: Collision Course") as the Wasp, Benedict Cumberbatch reprising his role as Doctor Strange, Sean Hayes ("Igor") as Iron Fist, Ben Stiller (the "Madagascar" films), Bill Hader ("Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs", "Inside Out", "The Angry Birds Movie"), with Lin-Manuel Miranda (Broadway's "Hamilton", "Moana") as Wolverine, Taron Edgerton ("Sing") as Venom, Jessica DiCicco (Random Cartoons' "Sparkles and Gloom", "The Buzz On Maggie") as Hela and Colin Moody ("Peter Rabbit") as Colossus.
The cast of the MCU villains include Jeff Bennett ("The PowerPuff Girls"), Niki Yang ("Adventure Time", "Gravity Falls"), Jason Sudeikis ("We're The Millers"), Shannon Chan-Kent (TV's "Maryoku Yummy"), Alan Tudyk ("Wreck-It Ralph", "Ralph Breaks The Internet"), Lisa Schwartz (YouTube's "Talking Tom and Friends"), Joe Jonas ("Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation"), Meghan Trainor ("Smurfs: The Lost Village"), John DiMaggio ("The Loud House" episode: "11 Louds A Leapin'"), with YouTube star PewDiePie (Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg), and Jane Lynch ("Dino Time", TV's "Wander Over Yonder").
It is directed by Jayson Thiessen ("My Little Pony: The Movie"), produced by Chris Savino (executive producer for "Kick Buttowski"), with screenplay by Nick Jennings and Bob Boyle, with Dan Lin and Roy Lee as associate producers, and Robin Balzano, Pascale Beaulieu, Paul Stocia, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Frederick Wolfe (upcoming "ToonMarty: The Movie") as executive producers. It's also produced by Seth Grahame-Smith. The music is composed by Daniel Pemberton and Heitor Pereira.
It's distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It's also produced by Warner Animation Group, Marvel Entertainment, LEGO System AS, Pascal Pictures, Lord Miller Entertainment, Lin Pictures, and Vertigo Entertainment.
From Warner Animation Group, the team that assembled THE LEGO MOVIE and THE POWERPUFF GIRLS MOVIE, see THE LEGO AVENGERS MOVIE sometime on November 2020.
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"The Loud House Movie" will be released on February 2020, featuring an extended clip from "The LEGO Avengers Movie" as a post credits scene.
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