The Last Jedi’s Opening Gets Remade With Stop Motion LEGOs and An Alternate Ending

The BrotherhoodWorkshop has created an awesome LEGO stop motion short that is inspired by the opening of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. In particular, it focuses on Poe’s Dreadnaught attack, but with a twist. It mostly follows the events that took place in the film, but in true LEGO stop motion fashion, plenty of brick laden humor is added in to change it up a bit from the live-action version.

It also provides an alternate ending to this high octane scene, so there’s a little bit of some How It Should Have Ended action going on. Although, rather than creating a better ending for a scene, this parody creates a new ending that shows that the original ending in the film was probably the best choice overall. I kind of dug this aspect of this clip, because it doesn’t try to “fix” The Last Jedi, rather it points out that sometimes the original writer probably had the better idea in the end after all.

Head on up above to check out the awesome LEGO stop motion bit, and it is true stop motion, there is hardly any CGI outside of the special effects.


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