'Lego Masters' Season 1 Episode 4 Preview: Contestants take up movie-themed task as the difficulty level rises
The difficulty level has been escalating with each episode and fans are excited
Wednesday nights are the best for Lego fans. Fox's 'Lego Masters' returns with its fourth episode and promises to be just as exciting and nerve-wracking as the previous ones. In the episode prior to this, the contestants were given an everyday object that has been sliced into two. They had to build the other half.
While many of the participants were successful in their creations, Travis and Corey were not able to impress the judges and were sent home. Meanwhile, Aaron Newman and Christian Cowgill still have their golden brick of immunity that they have not used yet.
In the upcoming episode, 'Movie Genres', the remaining participants have been given a task of a movie-themed challenge. The official synopsis reads, "Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the writers and directors behind 'The LEGO Movie,' task the contestants with a movie-themed challenge."
'The Lego Movie' released in 2014 and was a critical and commercial success. The film received much praise for its animation and humor. Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie, Charlie Day, Liam Neeson and Morgan Freeman provide their voices for the film's main characters.
Coming back to the upcoming episode, this promises to be an exciting task. The difficulty level has been escalating with each episode. In the second one, participants had to create a space-themed build.
The creations had to impress the judges when they were smashed in slow motion. Mayim Bialik was the guest judge for the episode. Kara Fletcher and Jesse Rex were eliminated in this round.
The Lego show is hosted by Will Arnett, who had voiced Batman in 'The Lego Movie' and The 'Lego Batman Movie'. Lego senior design manager Amy Borbett judges the participants along with Jamie Berard, who also oversees the Lego Creator Expert and Lego Architecture lines for the toy company.
'Lego Masters' airs on Fox at 9 pm.