New 4D experience for Windsor and Manchester

The United Kingdom’s two Legoland properties are to receive a new film this year.

Lego Legends of Chima

Set to première at both the Legoland Windsor theme park and Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester, the film coincides with the launch of a new Lego play set of the same name.

The 12-minute ‘LEGO Legends of Chima‘ 4D film will also join a number of currently featured Lego films, which already play at the properties. Effects included with the feature include mist sprays, wind, and smoke.

The film’s plot has been revealed as such;

The story follows four young animals as they take a guided tour of Chima with Plovar the Parrot and become entwined in a struggle between good and evil as they help their hero Laval the Lion Prince do battle with Cragger the Crocodile King.

State of the art 3D animation will bring the audience right into the heart of their
journey as they sweep through dramatic landscapes, flying through the magical waters of Mount Cavora and soaring over the majestic Speedorz™ Arena of Chima in a high speed chase.

The climax of the adventure comes as Laval and Cragger take to their Speedorz vehicles in a super-charged, super-fast race to capture a precious supply of CHI. Will good prevail or will evil win the day?

 

At Legoland Windsor, the film will be accompanied by a new ‘Laval the Lion’ meet and greet character.

The film will be one part of the park’s investment for 2013, with the previously announced Duplo Valley containing three more attractions for the season.

Related News: Duploville proposed as new Legoland area – August 24th 2012

 

 

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About: Adam James Whittaker

Adam James Whittaker is an aspiring marketer, who has worked in the theme park industry for a number of years. He believes in the preservation of amusement heritage and using marketing effectively to promote new attractions and investments.

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