Until we get the feature-length sequel, this might hold some of you over, as Emmet, Wyldstyle, Benny, Metalbeard and Unikitty take on an apparent relative of Lord Business named Risky Business (Oswalt).
Legoland’s rides are mostly slow, kid-friendly trips through gardens or interiors full of Lego constructions, so this marks a pretty modern upgrade to the kinds of motion simulators that dominate other parks now. They’ve had “4D” attractions before, but none of this caliber.
Via Inside the Magic, here’s a first-look at the attraction, which rolls out to Legoland parks starting in spring.
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