Note: This page is about a film that is not yet released. Because of this, all details are subject to change without notice until the film's release date arrives.

Legends of the Universe is an upcoming animated film based on the massively multiplayer online game LEGO Universe. It is projected to be the longest animated brickfilm in history and is the official end to Project U.

Film DetailsEdit

  • Release Date: Not Yet Released
  • Running Time: n/a
  • MPAA Rating: n/a
  • Director: Andrew Bermudez
  • Producer: Andrew Bermudez
  • Writer: Andrew Bermudez

Plot SummaryEdit

Beyond its LEGO Universe basis, the only other detail revealed at the moment is that the film will be a crossover of nearly every past Mustache Maniacs Film Co. production, along with some as-of-yet unadapted LEGO themes. The rest of the plot is confidential.

Production HistoryEdit

The earliest version of what would eventually become Legends of the Universe was formulated in 2012, just as production started on New Friends ~ An Environmental Fable. There, Andrew Bermudez and Raul Flores would pitch ideas back and forth for a hypothetical "Mustache Maniacs Film Co. Avengers" film, which would initially feature only a handful of heroes from the different films. However, in order for this to work, all of the films had to exist in the same universe. This led to the creation of the official cinematic universe.

Earlier that same year, the popular, but financially-stricken, MMOG LEGO Universe was shut down after an unsuccessful 16-month run. While Andrew Bermudez never played the game, he saw potential in the game's storyline. From there, Legends of the Universe was born, along with Project U as a whole.

The film was officially announced on February 21, 2014 at The Second Mustache Maniacs Film Co. Fan Choice Awards as part of the Project U announcement. While news on the film went quiet to finish the script, which was accomplished in June 2017, filming officially started on July 23, 2015, as one of this film's scenes shares one of the sets for Alpha Team: Mission Deep Jungle.

To be expanded...




  • This is expected to be the longest animated brickfilm in history.
  • The original projected release date, October 26, 2020, was selected because that day is the tenth anniversary of LEGO Universe's launch. This release date has since been retracted.