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New Lego movie will be streamed for free Friday on YouTube

Posted: 11:27 AM, Nov 21, 2018
Updated: 2018-11-21 12:27:49-05

Do you get tired of too much football and family during the entirety of the Thanksgiving holiday?

YouTube might have the answer for you or your kids — at least on Black Friday. The new LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part will be streamed for free for 24 hours.

For the entire day on Nov. 23, viewers will have the option to hop on the video streaming service and watch the full movie without cost.

The steps are easy. Jump onto YouTube and search for either “Black Friday” or “LEGO Movie 2.” Once the search is completed, viewers will be directed to a promoted video from Warner Brothers with the latest trailer for the upcoming sequel. They then should clock on that video and watch the trailer.

In the video, viewers will have an option to watch The LEGO Movie as an ad, helping build hype for The Second Part.

Doing this will start the movie from the beginning, with no advertisements or interruptions.

The promotion will continue until Saturday.

The new movie will feature Chris Pratt, Will Arnett, Elizabeth Banks, Alison Brie and Charlie Day in starring roles.

The LEGO Movie: The Second Part will debut at theaters on Feb. 8, 2019.