Stop motion films are always a wonder to watch. The sheer effort and creativity needed to even complete a short film is just amazing. The kick-ass team at AMAA Productions created Action Bill, a LEGO stop motion movie about William Shatner traveling back in time to destroy–who else?–William Shakespeare. A surprise guest joins the fray too. Using childhood LEGO collections and customized minifigs, the movie was completed in 14 days while being shot at 15 frames per second. This five-minute fun film took 4,700 frames to complete and if I say any more, I’m afraid I’d spoil it for you. So do yourself a favor and watch it!
About Kristine Cruz
Kristine can be found anywhere where there is an abundance of comic books, cupcakes, cheesecake, and coffee. When she's not geeking out over the littlest things, she spends her days testing her navigational skills and getting lost in the city.