By now, you’ve probably seen the new trailer for The Lego Movie: A Star Wars Story, but the film itself is not going to hit theaters until March.
That means that you may want to sit down and read this article before you go looking for more Lego movies.
The trailer opens with a shot of Luke Skywalker, who is walking through a forest with his dad, a robot called Woody, and some other droids, and it shows a close-up of Luke, with his long beard, and the message “Stay on your way.”
“Stay off the road,” he warns.
“You’re not the hero of the movie, are you?”
“Yeah,” Luke replies.
“I’m just trying to help,” Woody responds.
“This is the only way you’ll get your ass out of here alive.”
The trailer then cuts to a shot with the robots, who all have glowing lights on their faces, and they run through a jungle.
They then run through the desert again, this time with lights on, and then Luke and Woody turn and run through an open space.
“It’s like you’re running around a playground with no lights,” Woody says.
“We’re gonna go ahead and go get a good look at you, but stay on your path.”
Then Woody, the robots and Luke run through another open space, which they all find.
“They’re not here for us,” Woody whispers to Luke.
“Don’t be afraid.
It’s just a game.
It doesn’t mean anything.”
Luke’s eyes widen.
“Just a game?” he asks.
“No,” Woody replies.
Woody and the robots then run into the jungle, where they see a giant, flying green tree.
They all stop and run away.
“Are you kidding me?”
Woody is scared.
“Look, it’s a big tree,” Woody tells Luke.
“‘Cause it’s got this giant red glowing thing on its back.
It just looks like a big red thing.
Look at it, Luke.”
“Yeah, but it’s not a tree,” Luke says.
Woody, meanwhile, is still scared.
But Woody is afraid that this is the one place in the movie where he won’t have to worry about Luke.
Woody tells his father that he wants to see his dad.
He then sees a giant yellow, glowing tree.
“Hey, Woody,” Woody exclaims.
“Let’s go,” his father says.
The giant tree opens and a green, glowing green monster comes out.
“That’s you, Luke,” the monster says.
Luke, who was supposed to be Luke’s father, is now Woody’s father.
The green tree then flies away.
The scene then cuts back to Woody, who has been chased by a monster, and he’s trying to save his dad from the giant monster, when he hears the monster’s voice: “Don the red suit.
You’re not my dad.”
The monster then starts chasing Woody.
“Oh my god!”
Woody exclaiming, yells out.
Woody sees the monster and runs toward it, with the help of a robot, which Woody then throws.
“Hold on, hold on,” Woody yells out, but he just sees the giant tree and then sees his father’s face.
“Whoa, that’s me!”
Woody yells, and runs after his father.
Woody then runs into the woods, which is empty.
Woody shouts, trying to get out of the monster.
“What are you doing?”
Luke says to him.
“Getting ready to go see my dad!”
Woody says, but then he hears something.
He turns around and sees a green tree, with a giant red head.
“Looks like my dad,” Woody cries out.
The monster suddenly stops chasing Woody and runs away.
Woody runs to his father and says, “You can stay,” and Luke is horrified.
“Wait a second,” Luke thinks.
“How did he get out here?”
“He was trapped,” Woody assures his father, “and I’m going to save him.”
The scene cuts back.
Woody walks into the forest and sees that his father is gone.
“My dad!” he exclaims, “I love you.”
Woody, then, runs out to his dad’s house, and Woody starts crying.
“Where is my dad?” he says to his son.
“The whole house!”
Woody then says to himself, “Oh man, it was such a bad dream.”
Later that night, Woody gets out of bed and goes to the kitchen.
He goes to find his dad but sees nothing.
“Is there a light on?”
“Yeah!” his father replies.
They get into bed and Woody is shocked to see that he’s actually gone.
Woody wakes up and finds his dad dead.
“Damn, I’m sorry.”
“It was all my fault,” he says.