AceShowbiz - The first clip of "The Lego Batman Movie" has been released by Warner Bros. The trailer features Batman and his mentee Dick Grayson's hilarious moment when the latter picks out a Robin costume among several batsuits.
Robin enters the batcave in awe. He excitedly asks his mentor, "Do I get a costume for the mission too?" The titular hero answers, "I got a feeling you'll just look like a kid on Halloween, don't you think?"
However, even the serious crime-fighter Batman can't stop Robin. He presses a mysterious button, although he has been warned not to by Batman, and then several unusual Batman suits are revealed. El Murcielago, which is apparently Spanish term for bat, The Batriot, Death Merchant, Raging Bat, Baturion and Silent but Deadly are among the costume names.
After trying on several batsuits followed by Batman's endless no's, Robin spots an interesting red-green costume named Reggae Man. He thinks it's the perfect suit for him, except for the pants. He feels that the pants are too tight as he says, "The only trouble is this pants are a little tight. I wonder if I can throw a kick or jump in them." Thus, he makes a major alteration to make it more comfortable. He rips the pants and makes them into shorts.
According to the official synopsis, "In the irreverent spirit of fun that made 'The LEGO Movie' a worldwide phenomenon, the self-described leading man of that ensemble-LEGO Batman-stars in his own big-screen adventure: 'The LEGO Batman Movie.' But there are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker's hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up."
%cWill Arnett% will voice Batman/Bruce Wayne, %cMichael Cera% will voice Robin/Dick Grayson, %cZach Galifianakis% will voice Joker, %cRosario Dawson% will voice Batgirl/Barbara Gordon, %cRalph Fiennes% will voice Alfred Pennyworth, and %cMariah Carey% will voice Mayor McCaskill. Directed by Chris McKay, "The Lego Batman Movie" will hit U.S. theaters on February 10.