Warner Bros. originally had more movies planned for The Lego Movie franchise after The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. Aside from The Billion Brick Race and Lego Superfriends, none of these movies were given a name.
Why They Were Cancelled
- The Lego Ninjago Movie and The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, despite receiving positive reviews (except for the former which received mixed reviews), underperformed at the box office compared to their predecessors.
- Warner Bros. terminated their feature film deal with The Lego Group in December 2019 after half a decade of releasing four films.
- All future Lego movies from Warner Bros. were permanently cancelled following the box office disappointments of The Lego Ninjago Movie and The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, which later resulted in Warner Bros. ending their film rights with The Lego Group in 2019 (mentioned earlier). Despite this, they still own the rights to their run of The Lego Movie franchise, and they still work with Lego on making video games and some licensed direct-to-video productions.
- The Lego Movie and The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part, the two mainline Lego movies from Warner Bros., are currently a duology.
- Unikitty, a spin-off television series featuring the titular character from the franchise, was also cancelled after three seasons, with a two-part series finale "The Birthday to End All Birthdays" airing on August 27, 2020, which concluded Warner Bros. run of The Lego Movie franchise (aside with an attraction based on that for Legoland California).
- Universal Pictures acquired the feature film rights with Lego in April 2020 and will develop and distribute future Lego films, most likely rebooting The Lego Movie franchise.