"The curator wanted to thank us for helping with the new Da Vinci Gallery."
"If you're lying, I'll skewer you and roast your liver!"
Legoettes Take Manhattan is a never-released animated musical remake of the pre-formation LEGO Studios film of the same name. It involves a band of singing children going on Broadway.
No script was written, but it is assumed that the story would have been similar to the original film. In the original film, a band of five kids with great singing abilities get a break to sing on Broadway. However, as the original film is lost, no details can be provided.
As "Ten Years of Going Crazy!" was being formulated in 2012 and 2013, one idea that was proposed was to remake a series of old, now-lost, films from 2002 and 2003, when the LEGO Studios Steven Spielberg Movie Maker Set was still in use. While countless films were made in that period, two that resonated were Speeder and Legoettes Take Manhattan. Because of this, these films were chosen to be remade.
The remakes of these two films were announced July 10, 2013, far in advance from their projected releases in March and December 2014, respectively. However, as production for both The Second Mustache Maniacs Film Co. Fan Choice Awards and Johnny Thunder and the Wisdom of the Ancients began to fall behind, projects for "Ten Years of Going Crazy!" began to be cancelled. Among those included this film, which was shown little enthusiasm in pre-production; no script was ever written.
- Andrew Bermudez - Creator
"Stop it! Stop it! You're ruining everything!"
Legoettes Take Manhatten contains examples of the following tropes.
- Christmas Miracle: If the original film that this film was remaking, as well as this remake's description, are anything to go by, one of these was probably going to be involved.
- Christmas Songs: As this was intended to be a Christmas-themed musical, this was expected to be in the film.
- The Musical: This film's genre.
- The original film was inspired by a fake movie advertisement inserted into a personally-created newspaper, The Brick Street Journal.
- This remake was going to be a Christmas film.