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The Lego® Movie. What Happened Next? Find Out At The Legoland Malaysia Resort

March 16, 2016 Theme Parks No Comments Print Print Email Email

LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is delighted to unveil its latest attraction just in time for the Easter holidays!

Following the launch of the “The LEGO® Movie™ 4D A New Adventure” at the LEGOLAND® Florida Resort, the new episode is now making it’s official debut at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort.

Reuniting the stars of “The LEGO® Movie™” in a LEGOLAND Parks exclusive storyline, fans can look forward to finding out what happened after the blockbuster movie, when Emmet, Wyldstyle, Unikitty, MetalBeard and Benny reunite at the invitation of a shady new character, Risky Business, who plans to open a theme park bearing a suspicious resemblance to LEGOLAND.

“We are incredibly excited to welcome Emmet, Wyldstyle, Unikitty, MetalBeard and Benny to LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort,” says Mark Germyn, the Resort’s General Manager. “With our guests in mind, we believe that this attraction will delight both young and old LEGO Movie fans alike. It’ll definitely be a must-see show at the Park. We see it as part of the ongoing commitment we make to our Park guests, who have been supporting us since the opening of the Resort, to constantly keep them entertained”.

Germyn was also delighted to see this commitment rewarded at the 2015 Malaysia Tourism Awards where LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort was announced as the Best Tourist Attraction Award in the Man-Made Attraction category.

The 4D short film will play several times a day at LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort’s LEGO Studio, housed in the Imagination Area, with effects such as wind, water, fog and more bringing the action out of the screen and into the audience.

For official photos and trailer of the movie including photos and b roll from the media event, please click on the link below:



Book your ticket to LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort online between now and 22 March 2016 for travel from now up until 20 September 2016 and save up to 30%. One-day adult tickets priced from RMY126 per adult (around A$42), normally RMY180 (around $60), and from RMY102 per child (around A$34), normally RMY145 (around A$46). Visit www.legoland.my for more information.

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