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LEGO Dimensions: The Special
LEGO Dimensions The Special Poster
Directed by

Jon Burton

James McLoughlin

Produced by
Douglas Heder
Written by
Graham Goring
Based on
LEGO Dimensions
by TT Games
Cast
Troy Baker
Tom Kane
Elizabeth Banks
Gary Oldman
Joel McHale
Edited by
Penny Clark
Studio
TT Animation
Distributed by
LEGO System A/S
Country
United States
Language
English
Rating
Not Rated (DVD, Blu-Ray)
TV-PG-V (television)

LEGO Dimensions: The Special is a direct-to-video animated special by TT Animation and distributed by LEGO System A/S. Based on the videogame, LEGO Dimensions.

Cast

LEGO Dimensions

Gary Oldman - Lord Vortech

Joel McHale - X-PO

DC Comics

Troy Baker - Batman, Two-Face

Charlie Schatter - Robin

Travis Willingham - Superman

Christopher Corey Smith - Joker

Steve Blum - Penguin, Bane

Rob Paulsen - Riddler

Cam Clarke - Green Lantern

Brian Bloom - Aquaman

Nolan North - General Zod

The Lord of the Rings

Tom Kane - Gandalf

Yuri Lowenthal - Frodo

Michael Reisz - Legolas

Nolan North - Boromir

James Horan - Gimli

Sean Astin - Sam

Steve Blum - Sauron

Roger L. Jackson - Saruman

The Lego Movie

Chris Pratt - Emmet

Elizabeth Banks - Wyldstyle

Charlie Day - Benny

Alison Brie - Unikitty

Nick Offerman - MetalBeard

Will Arnett - Lego Movie Batman

Keith Ferguson - President Business/Lord Business

The Wizard of Oz

Courtney Taylor - The Wicked Witch of the West

Laura Bailey - Dorothy Gale

William Salyers - Scarecrow

David Mitchell - Tin Man

Jess Harnell - Cowardly Lion

The Simpsons

Dan Castellaneta - Homer, Krusty

Julie Kavner - Marge

Nancy Cartwright - Bart

Yeardley Smith - Lisa

Hank Azaria - Carl

Harry Shearer - Lenny

Ninjago

William Salyers - Master Chen

Doctor Who

Peter Capaldi - The Doctor

Nicholas Briggs - Daleks, Cybermen, CyberKing, Dalek Emperor

Ghostbusters

Frank Welker - Venkman, Ray, Slimer

Maurice LaMarche - Egon

Arsenio Hall - Winston

Scooby-Doo

Frank Welker - Scooby, Fred

Matthew Lillard - Shaggy

Grey Griffin - Daphne

Mindy Cohn - Velma

Transcript

Main article: LEGO Dimensions: The Special/Transcript

Differences Between the Game and the Special

  • Charlie Schlatter reprises Robin in the special, as he didn't reprise Robin in the LEGO Dimensions game because Scott Menville did Robin in the game.
  • As well as Keith Furguson, that did President Business in The Lego Movie Videogame, reprises him in the special.
  • Rob Paulsen reprises The Riddler in the special, as he didn't reprise him in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and LEGO Dimensions.
  • In the Bane chase scene, Robin's hair is different from the one in LEGO Dimensions. His hair is changed back to the one from LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes and LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.
  • Benny was included in the dance off scene in the special. But only appeared in the first cutscene of The End is Tri in the game.
  • A scene where Batman, Gandalf and Wyldstyle rebuild the Gateway was included in the special.
  • When the main heroes fall out of the dimensional rift to Springfield, Carl sees it and wonders what's going on. Though, he was absent in the game and the sequence wasn't in it also.
  • The voices of The Simpsons reprises their roles. As they didn't in the game.
  • Lex Luthor is replaced with The Penguin in the Elements of Surprise scene after the main heroes defeat Karlof, Gravos and Griffin Turner.
    • Though, the sequence where they fight Griffin Turner, Gravos and Karlof was omitted.
  • Two-Face's outfit in the special resembles what it looks like in Batman: The Animated Series.
  • The Riddle-earth sequence is omitted in the special, leaving the Palantir a Foundation Element only in the game.
  • Riddler's outfit in the special is the same one from LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes and LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite. Though, he doesn't have his bowler hat along. Just a black hairpiece, that resembles Bruce Wayne's hairpiece.
  • The heroes also get help from the Master Builders (Emmet, Benny and Unikitty), the Simpson family, the Fellowship of the Ring and the DC heroes.
  • The final scene where a person picks up a piece of Lord Vortech and it gets on him turning him into Vortech is omitted.
    • This was likely due to time.

Trivia

  • LEGO System A/S distributes the special, instead of Warner Premiere.
    • Due to some franchises that are not part of Warner Bros. Entertainment.
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