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#1 Online Lenny7092

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Posted Dec 15 2018 - 01:10 PM

Hi, guys!:) You ever compare Bionicle to something special. You ever feel that Bionicle may have potential to be something much more successful than it is and what it had done in its history. Well, in the 2000s and during Bionicle’s G1 years, after Bionicle was born, it became very successful and well remembered that it got a lot of stuff, like four direct-to-video movies, books, comics, and references in many TV shows. The Lego Movie in 2014 even mentioned it before Bionicle 2015-2016, like some kind of prophecy. Plus, The Lego Batman Movie in 2017 mentioned it at one scene. Hopefully, The Lego Movie 2 in 2019 will reference Bionicle again, and it could mean that Bionicle would come back in 2020, judging from how Bionicle G2 happened.
Bionicle G2 is not as a successful as G1, but it has some good charm. It is successful in a few ways, and it got some books and a Netflix show. These aren’t great things, G2 may have been cancelled after two years, and constraction wasn’t doing too great until it will disappear in 2019, and in Thanos from Avengers: Infinity War in this year made it disappear. This decade ain’t great for constraction in general, in other words.
Aside from that, if Lego could do more things for Bionicle somehow, like how it did with Ninjago, that would be awesome. Batman and Spider-Man movie series may get cancelled sequels and then get rebooted, and I believe that Bionicle may have that kind of potential because it is well remembered, like these movie series. I mean, it’s Lego’s own Transformers (don’t think about how those movies are terrible. They just look cool and are well remembered.). Other constraction themes, Hero Factory, RoboRiders, and Slizers/Throwbots, may not have the potential (despite Universal Studios planning to make a live-action HF movie, but didn’t happen since 2012), because they were not that successful and did not last as long as Bionicle G1. Bionicle G1 lasted for 9 years, and Bionicle got the reboot for two years, so that’s something. Don’t blame Bionicle for doing not so successful in this decade. Lego just has problems with constraction nowadays. I look at Bionicle as healthy.

I would say that Bionicle G1 is like a cinematic universe because it has so many characters and stories. Marvel, DC Comics, and even Transformers got their cinematic universes, so what about Bionicle. I think Bionicle May have that kind of potential if Lego could work something out. I know that Lego made The Lego Movie Cinematic Universe, but if Bionicle characters appear here, it would be hard for them to move their mask to talk. Weird. Well, I think it’s best that Bionicle would have its own cinematic universe that is an alternate universe from that just to make them look better. It would be either a computer-animated theatrical movie or a kid-friendly live-action one with humans and the planet Earth just to make it feel more human (Bionicle characters should get out often, and no profanity words, not like how Transformers overly did it.). Either way, I would love that to happen. Many successful things, like Captain Underpants and Sonic The Hedgehog, are getting their movies in this decade, and I believe Bionicle should do the same, probably in the next decade.

If a Bionicle Cinematic Universe were to happen, how would you want it to be. For me, well, here’s this:
1. Bionicle - the Toa Mata/Toa Masters would be the main protagonists, and they would collect magical masks while fighting Makuta Teridax and his minions, whether it be Infected Rahi, Skull Army, Umarak and the Elemental Beasts, Rahkshi, Vahki, Visorak, or the Piraka.
2. Bionicle 2 - the Toa Mata/Toa Nuva/Toa Masters/Toa Uniters would fight the Bohrok, Bohrok-Kal or Umarak and the Elemental Beasts.
3. Bionicle 3 - the Toa would fight against Teridax and the Brotherhood of Makuta, both Makuta and the Rahkshi.
4. Bionicle: Toa Metru - a prequel spin-off about the Toa Metru
5. Bionicle: Toa Hordika - a sequel to that about the Toa Hordika, but still a prequel
6. Bionicle: Toa Inika - a spin-off involving the Toa Inika
7. Bionicle: Toa Mahri - a sequel to that about the Toa Mahri
8. Bionicle: Lesovikk - a spin-off about Lesovikk
9. Bionicle: Mazeka - a spin-off about Mazeka
10. Bionicle: Order of Mata Nui - a spin-off about the Order of Mata Nui.
11. Bionicle: Ekimu - a prequel spin-off about Ekimu.
12. Bionicle 4: Mata Nui’s adventure in Bara Magna. This is based on the 2009 storyline
13. Bionicle 5: the battle between Mata Nui and Makuta Teridax in a final showdown with Teridax. This is based on the 2010 storyline.
14. Bionicle 6: Good guys and bad guys fight each other over the restored Spherus Magna (and maybe the planet Earth). This is based on the 2011 story serials.
15. Bionicle and Hero Factory: Well, I would love to see the Toa and Hero Factory’s Heroes fight each other, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Captain America: Civil War in 2016 style, but a Hero Factory solo movie first before this. It would get two more sequels where the Toa heroes and HF’s Heroes work together to fight their common threats. This would turn the Bionicle Cinematic Universe into the Constraction Cinematic Universe if the first Bionicle movie is successful enough.

Well, I would also see the Federation of Fear, the Protectors, Order of Mata Nui, and Glatorian as either TV shows or movies.
For the creators of the cinematic universe, the movie company would be Lego and either Warner Bros, Disney, or maybe Universal (because of that planned Hero Factory movie, but I don’t trust it on this one, neither do I on Sony). The directors/writers/producers would be either Steven Spielberg, Travis Knight, George Lucas, or maybe Greg Farshtey. The story would be very good and well-written with some good comedy and action, like Bionicle G1, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Transformers, and Ninjago (the TV show and not the silly theatrical movie), but more stuff resolved and with a very good conclusion. The actors in there would be very great and popular celebrities (I got a lot in my mind, though). If the movies are animated, make it a very good 3-D animated quality, like Moana and How to Train Your Dragon. If the movies are live-action, make good quality on the Bionicle characters (they would be CGI). For human-sized ones, it would be like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in this decade and “I, Robot”, and for different-sized ones and etc., it would be like the Transformers movies (if done right and to match the G1 characters) and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Music scores would be by either Cryoshell or some good singers or band.
They all should be very well promoted and extremely not cheap, unlike Bionicle’s past years. Think Marvel Cinematic Universe for much better stuff. Don’t make things too weird. Just go with G1’s way of things.

Hasbro, the creators of Transformers, would do a Hasbro Cinematic Universe, but Transformers is more reasonable, so I think Lego should make Bionicle a cinematic universe.

So, guys, how would you envision a Bionicle Cinematic Universe to be in your own image? You know, it would be awesome if this could happen. I think Bionicle should deserve this wonderful treatment.:)

Edited by Lenny7092, Dec 15 2018 - 01:31 PM.

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Posted Dec 15 2018 - 01:14 PM

My vision is Lego giving Bionicle an animated series in the vein of TLA or TF:P. A cinematic universe makes no sense for Bonkle and Hollywood can keep its grubby, anti-art mitts away from my android wizards.


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Posted Dec 15 2018 - 01:36 PM

I'd love an animated film series by ufotable. They could really nail G1's aesthetics.


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Posted Jan 02 2019 - 10:20 PM

If there was to be an animated film series, I really want it to carry the design aesthetics of the original animations and commercials, not the films. The only one that really did that at all was The Legend Reborn but even that kind of fell flat as far as animation quality, storytelling, and tone. 


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Posted Jan 10 2019 - 01:09 PM

My vision is Lego giving Bionicle an animated series in the vein of TLA or TF:P. A cinematic universe makes no sense for Bonkle and Hollywood can keep its grubby, anti-art mitts away from my android wizards.

 

I'd love an animated film series by ufotable. They could really nail G1's aesthetics.

Ufotable. Is that an animation company?  I'll try to google that. Thanks!

 

 

If there was to be an animated film series, I really want it to carry the design aesthetics of the original animations and commercials, not the films. The only one that really did that at all was The Legend Reborn but even that kind of fell flat as far as animation quality, storytelling, and tone. 

 

EDIT: This was something I have always dreamed of. Having a TV animated film series of the G1 era of Bionicle!  ;)  It has so much potential and so many possibilities.  :(

 

Heck, I even have all of the novels (Bionicle Legends, Bionicle Adventures and Bionicle Chronicles). I even have the comics and the four films with me. I enjoyed Journey to One. ^_^  It wasn't what we wanted but was still a fun series. After seeing many superhero films from Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige, I think Lego would have something creative or something business-wise in mind?? I am not too sure if they have all the designs and concept artwork from 2001 to 2010 (I hope they do!  :P). I strongly agree that it shouldn't be in Hollywood hands. But it would be too risky. I honestly don't know. I really really do want to see G1 retold again. With cinematic-style, computer-animated episodes. But it would take lot of work and budget<_<


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Posted Jan 21 2019 - 11:16 AM

I think Lego is not corporation, which know how to make good bionicle film . In my vision Another film-making company can buy a Lego Bionicle franchise and can be able to do something awesome.
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Posted Jan 21 2019 - 12:54 PM

I think Lego is not corporation, which know how to make good bionicle film . In my vision Another film-making company can buy a Lego Bionicle franchise and can be able to do something awesome.

The original 3 Bionicle films were fine; and while TLM is a bit more light-hearted than what Bionicle needs, if a future Bionicle film got the same talent behind it, it could be glorious.


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Posted Jan 25 2019 - 10:58 PM


I think Lego is not corporation, which know how to make good bionicle film . In my vision Another film-making company can buy a Lego Bionicle franchise and can be able to do something awesome.

The original 3 Bionicle films were fine; and while TLM is a bit more light-hearted than what Bionicle needs, if a future Bionicle film got the same talent behind it, it could be glorious.

What you mean for "same talent behind it"? Taleneted director or script writter? The main target of my dream bio film , is tell a good story.

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Posted Jan 27 2019 - 12:54 AM

 

 

I think Lego is not corporation, which know how to make good bionicle film . In my vision Another film-making company can buy a Lego Bionicle franchise and can be able to do something awesome.

The original 3 Bionicle films were fine; and while TLM is a bit more light-hearted than what Bionicle needs, if a future Bionicle film got the same talent behind it, it could be glorious.

What you mean for "same talent behind it"? Taleneted director or script writter? The main target of my dream bio film , is tell a good story.

Pretty much, yeah. Sorta like how they put Travis Knight behind Bumblebee instead of He Who Shall Not Be Named, and that allowed Bumblebee to be a legitimately good film. Heck, all Lego really needs to do is make sure they don't make another Ninjago movie, which we know they're capable of doing because TLM and TLBM are perfectly solid films. And yeah, like I said, they're a lot more comedy-focused than a Bionicle film needs to be, but the principle still applies and I'd rather have a funny Bionicle movie with a good plot than an edgy one with whatever the heck happened to TLR.


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Posted Jan 27 2019 - 09:30 AM


I think Lego is not corporation, which know how to make good bionicle film . In my vision Another film-making company can buy a Lego Bionicle franchise and can be able to do something awesome.

The original 3 Bionicle films were fine; and while TLM is a bit more light-hearted than what Bionicle needs, if a future Bionicle film got the same talent behind it, it could be glorious.
What you mean for "same talent behind it"? Taleneted director or script writter? The main target of my dream bio film , is tell a good story.
Pretty much, yeah. Sorta like how they put Travis Knight behind Bumblebee instead of He Who Shall Not Be Named, and that allowed Bumblebee to be a legitimately good film. Heck, all Lego really needs to do is make sure they don't make another Ninjago movie, which we know they're capable of doing because TLM and TLBM are perfectly solid films. And yeah, like I said, they're a lot more comedy-focused than a Bionicle film needs to be, but the principle still applies and I'd rather have a funny Bionicle movie with a good plot than an edgy one with whatever the heck happened to TLR.
Stop TLR is Toll like receptors?

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Posted Jan 27 2019 - 01:48 PM

No, not really at this point. Cinematic universes are a pretty tall order (at least distinguished from plain old franchises of movies with sequels) and considering how much I disliked the sprawl of the G1 story I'd much prefer one good Bionicle movie or TV series, with the possibility of sequels or additional seasons, rather than a commitment to a mess of sprawling side-stories and overambitious crossovers. That, or just one good Bionicle movie as part of the Lego Movie universe.
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Posted Jan 27 2019 - 06:31 PM

 

 

 

 

I think Lego is not corporation, which know how to make good bionicle film . In my vision Another film-making company can buy a Lego Bionicle franchise and can be able to do something awesome.

The original 3 Bionicle films were fine; and while TLM is a bit more light-hearted than what Bionicle needs, if a future Bionicle film got the same talent behind it, it could be glorious.
What you mean for "same talent behind it"? Taleneted director or script writter? The main target of my dream bio film , is tell a good story.
Pretty much, yeah. Sorta like how they put Travis Knight behind Bumblebee instead of He Who Shall Not Be Named, and that allowed Bumblebee to be a legitimately good film. Heck, all Lego really needs to do is make sure they don't make another Ninjago movie, which we know they're capable of doing because TLM and TLBM are perfectly solid films. And yeah, like I said, they're a lot more comedy-focused than a Bionicle film needs to be, but the principle still applies and I'd rather have a funny Bionicle movie with a good plot than an edgy one with whatever the heck happened to TLR.
Stop TLR is Toll like receptors?

I actually know something, thank goodness.
TLR is The Legend Reborn, the fourth Bionicle movie, set in the story of 2009.

I think that just a single series for Bionicle would be sufficient, unless it would be too much to try to give every Toa and Koro their chance in the spotlight with a single series. If multiple series had to be in play, I would have 6 series, with one for each element. Sometimes Toa could show up in each other's series. That would take quite a bit of work, though.

 

EDIT: More along the line of each Koro getting their own series, with Toa showing up as they will.


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Posted Jan 28 2019 - 04:26 PM

 

My vision is Lego giving Bionicle an animated series in the vein of TLA or TF:P. A cinematic universe makes no sense for Bonkle and Hollywood can keep its grubby, anti-art mitts away from my android wizards.

 

I'd love an animated film series by ufotable. They could really nail G1's aesthetics.

Ufotable. Is that an animation company?  I'll try to google that. Thanks!

 

 

If there was to be an animated film series, I really want it to carry the design aesthetics of the original animations and commercials, not the films. The only one that really did that at all was The Legend Reborn but even that kind of fell flat as far as animation quality, storytelling, and tone. 

 

This is something I have always dreamed of. Having a TV animated film series of the G1 era of Bionicle!  ;)  It has so much potential and so many possibilities.  :(

 

Heck, I even have all of the novels (Bionicle Legends, Bionicle Adventures and Bionicle Chronicles). I even have the comics and the four films with me. I enjoyed Journey to One. ^_^  It wasn't what we wanted but was still a fun series. After seeing many superhero films from Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige, I think Lego would have something creative or something business-wise in mind?? I am not too sure if they have all the designs and concept artwork from 2001 to 2010 (I hope they do!  :P). I strongly agree that it shouldn't be in Hollywood hands. But it would be too risky. I honestly don't know. I really really do want to see G1 retold again. With cinematic-style, computer-animated episodes. But it would take lot of work and budget<_<

 

 

Sorry I mean as a cinematic cg-animated series. Not as a film for each storyline.


No, not really at this point. Cinematic universes are a pretty tall order (at least distinguished from plain old franchises of movies with sequels) and considering how much I disliked the sprawl of the G1 story I'd much prefer one good Bionicle movie or TV series, with the possibility of sequels or additional seasons, rather than a commitment to a mess of sprawling side-stories and overambitious crossovers. That, or just one good Bionicle movie as part of the Lego Movie universe.

As a trainee writer, I hope one day, when I re-read all of the Bionicle books, comics, and serials, I would try and invent "a weird" explanation about the MU being inside of the GSR. Because the nature or the design of the GSR, seemed like a mixture of a Tardis and a spacecraft, and a melding of craft work elements between Sci-Fi and magic.

 

I think in the future, business-wise, Lego might not consider or even thought of having their Bionicle G1 franchise be pitched to animation companies/studios. But a fan can keeping dreaming right?  :afro:


I think Lego is not corporation, which know how to make good bionicle film . In my vision Another film-making company can buy a Lego Bionicle franchise and can be able to do something awesome.

I agree. But I think Lego should collaborate, or try make a pitch with them. After all they are made out of Technic systems as constraction build figures (in my opinion). But I am happy without Lego's involvement either way. ^_^


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Posted Feb 01 2019 - 08:36 AM

A  tv series would be the best option but my wishes are.

  • Its only G1
  • Not restricted to subscriptions like Netflix, make it as accessible as possible for all audiences
  • No Lego Movie humor, none  of it. Only the established humor from the books and comics.
  • Not in the art style of miramax or the jourmey to one (never liked miramax and the journey to one had rather grainy cgi models)
  • Cover all most of the relevant books and years and web serials to make a cohesive story

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Posted Feb 01 2019 - 10:40 AM

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A tv series would be the best option but my wishes are.

  • Its only G1
  • Not restricted to subscriptions like Netflix, make it as accessible as possible for all audiences
  • No Lego Movie humor, none of it. Only the established humor from the books and comics.
  • Not in the art style of miramax or the jourmey to one (never liked miramax and the journey to one had rather grainy cgi models)
  • Cover all most of the relevant books and years and web serials to make a cohesive story
About "Lego Movie"-like humor: This The Bionicle movie must be a epic adventure.But with good plot.
About Netflix: Yes a lot of people don't have a netflix subscribe , but why not?

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Posted Feb 01 2019 - 11:51 PM

Hello fellas, in my personal and speculative bionicle cinematic universe´s head canon, is the next:

 

Phase 1

  1. 2001´s-2002´s lore (tetralogy)
  2. 2003´s lore (the mask of light single movie)
  3. 2004´s-200´5 (a prequel saga)
  4. Ignition trilogy:
  • Island of Doom (two movies)
  • Creeps of the deep (two movies)
  • Destiny war (a pentalogy)

Phase 2 (interlude)

the core war saga, propably a trilogy showing, the shattering of Spherus Magna and the creation of Mata Nui and the first years of Bara Magna 

 

Phase 3 

  1. Bara Magna saga part 1
  2. Reign of Darkness Trilogy
  3. Bara Magna Saga part 2
  4. The new Mata Nui adventures

Phase 4 (Journey´s end tetralogy)

  1. Journey´s end: The Makuta´s coming
  2. Journey´s end: Civil War (The conclution of Reign of Darkness)
  3. Journey´s end: The final Battle
  4. Journey´s end: Rebirth

Phase 5: The great Beigns saga (Conclution of the saga)

 

 

Spin off´s

Lihkan´s adventures

Tales of the matoran universe

Dark Hunters war

Matoran´s Civil War

The league of the six kingdoms

Makuta´s Rebelion (probably a trilogy)

 

 

In my personal opinion, this project would be a cinematographic option, not a Netflix exclusive, no the Lego movie or MCU humor. The designs, in my personal opinion, the better way to create a unique style to this idea is respect the original lego designs.


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Posted Mar 16 2019 - 03:07 AM

Hello fellas, in my personal and speculative bionicle cinematic universe´s head canon, is the next:

Phase 1

  • 2001´s-2002´s lore (tetralogy)
  • 2003´s lore (the mask of light single movie)
  • 2004´s-200´5 (a prequel saga)
  • Ignition trilogy:
  • Island of Doom (two movies)
  • Creeps of the deep (two movies)
  • Destiny war (a pentalogy)
Phase 2 (interlude)
the core war saga, propably a trilogy showing, the shattering of Spherus Magna and the creation of Mata Nui and the first years of Bara Magna

Phase 3
  • Bara Magna saga part 1
  • Reign of Darkness Trilogy
  • Bara Magna Saga part 2
  • The new Mata Nui adventures
Phase 4 (Journey´s end tetralogy)
  • Journey´s end: The Makuta´s coming
  • Journey´s end: Civil War (The conclution of Reign of Darkness)
  • Journey´s end: The final Battle
  • Journey´s end: Rebirth
Phase 5: The great Beigns saga (Conclution of the saga)


Spin off´s
Lihkan´s adventures
Tales of the matoran universe
Dark Hunters war
Matoran´s Civil War
The league of the six kingdoms
Makuta´s Rebelion (probably a trilogy)


In my personal opinion, this project would be a cinematographic option, not a Netflix exclusive, no the Lego movie or MCU humor. The designs, in my personal opinion, the better way to create a unique style to this idea is respect the original lego designs.


Very interesting, but i think lego needs to make good spinoff movies(like film about Lihkan). But it,s too expensive to make this amount of films.

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A tv series would be the best option but my wishes are.

  • Its only G1
  • Not restricted to subscriptions like Netflix, make it as accessible as possible for all audiences
  • No Lego Movie humor, none of it. Only the established humor from the books and comics.
  • Not in the art style of miramax or the jourmey to one (never liked miramax and the journey to one had rather grainy cgi models)
  • Cover all most of the relevant books and years and web serials to make a cohesive story

That true about no Lmovie humor, but Bionicle universe story is complex , and it's will be hard to tell all story in one film

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