"The LEGO Movie" Surpasses $200 Million at the Box Office
Continuing to soar, "The Lego Movie" surpassed $200 million at the global box office on Tuesday (February 19).
Less than two weeks since the opening, the family flick has grossed $146 million in North America and $60.4 million internationally.
That number is sure to go up as the film has yet to open in Germany, Russia, France, Italy, Australia, and Japan.
According to Warner Bros. Exec Dan Fellman, "'The Lego Movie' is everything we hoped it would be, and then some: a big, fun, moviegoing experience for the whole family. Congratulations to the phenomenal voice cast and to directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller and producers Dan Lin and Roy Lee for their unwavering commitment to bringing this ambitious project to the screen. We are thrilled by the overwhelming response and early word-of-mouth that has made this movie a must-see, and we have every expectation that this is just the beginning of a long and successful run."