That”s only a difference of a week though, and it’s LEGO’s Ninjago and The LEGO Batman Movie which have received the biggest shifts. Ninjago has been pushed back from September 23rd, 2016 to September 22nd, 2017, leaving the Caped Crusader to take centre stage on February 10th, 2017 instead of May 26th, 2017.
As of right now, none of these movies have any real sort of major competition, with The LEGO Batman Movie opening opposite drama The Mountain Between Us, and both LEGO’s Ninjago and The LEGO Movie Sequel the first films to actually take those dates. Warner Bros. will obviously be hoping no one else does.
The Billion Brick Race (starring Jason Segal) is still set to be released on May 24th, 2019, so no change there.
It’s unclear whether Phil Lord and Chris Miller will direct The LEGO Movie sequel, especially as they’re working on that rumoured Jump Street/Men in Black crossover, The Flash movie, and possibly Ghostbusters.