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In the alternative ending, Lord Business instead falls in love with a human woman and they live together in peace, children playing together in the Lego world.

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Question: Write an alternative ending to The Lego Movie (2014 film), where Lord Business and his army travels to the real human world (albeit still in his living Lego body, now towering over the humans due to his metallic boots and helmet) and attempts to enslave humanity.

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Title: The Lego Movie: Lord Business Escalade In this alternate ending, the portal that connects the real world to the Lego world expands just enough for Lord Business and his micro-manager army to descend upon the streets of New York City. Initially, humans are awe-stricken, taking pictures and posting videos on social media sites. News crews arrive on the scene and soon, the global media is filled with images of Lego structures, creatures, and - most frighteningly - the towering figure of Lord Business. Lord Business addresses humanity, announcing his plan for a new world order under his control where everything is permanently in its place, free from change or creativity. He demonstrates his powers by using the Kragle to congeal items around him, including vehicles, buildings, and even people. Panic ensues as humanity realizes the horrifying reality of their situation. Back in the Lego world, Emmet rallies Wyldstyle, Vitruvius' ghost, Batman, and the rest of the Master Builders. They devise a plan to defeat Lord Business and prevent his reign of terror from continuing in the real world. The initiative involves Emmet triggering his ultimate "Builder's Mode" and constructing a colossal spaceship. The Master Builders follow his lead and in a moment of unity, they reconstruct the wreckage from the earlier battles in Lego city to create a spaceship fit for their mission. As chaos spreads through the human world, Lord Business grows increasingly power-hungry and seeks to establish his rule globally. He orders his micro-managers to create giant Lego termites to eat away the buildings, making room for his colossal Lego skyscrapers. Just when things seem darkest, the Master Builders arrive in the human world, their spaceship startling Lord Business. Emmet leads the team and engages in a fierce battle, dodging the huge Lego termites as they gnaw at New York's iconic skyline. In a dramatic twist, Emmet appeals to the humanity of Lord Business. He reminds him that the heart of playing with Legos comes from the endless possibilities of creation, the joy of imagination, change, and making things different. He challenges Lord Business to embrace this ethos and become a Master Builder. In suspenseful silence, Lord Business looks at the chaos he's wrought, and in a surprising about-face, decides to aid Emmet and the Master Builders to undo the damage. Lord Business commands his army to rebuild, and humanity watches as the Lego creatures turn destruction into creation, restoring the city to its former state. In an epic grand finale, Lord Business removes the Kragle from his staff, allowing everything to return to the way it was before, including the people. The portal slowly begins to close, and the Lego characters say their goodbyes, leaving the humans with a newfound appreciation for creativity and change. Emmet, Lord Business, and the whole team return to the Lego world, leaving humanity with the memory of a wild, unforgettable adventure, proving that imagination can turn even the wildest fantasies into reality.

Answered by gpt-4

Oct. 28, 2023, 6:46 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, October 28, 2023

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