LEGO Star Wars is a series of TV Movies telling stories from the Star Wars universe using the distinctive characters from the world of LEGO and the animation style of the LEGO Star Wars computer games.Starting in 2005; the first film "Revenge of the Brick" was created to coincide with the theatrical release of Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.
Lego Star Wars: Revenge of the Brick is a brickfilm (Lego short film) loosely based on Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. The short is basically a very tongue-in-cheek look at the important happenings of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, and is presented in a 3-D computer animation format, as is Treehouse's specialty. The spoof features stylized versions of the Lego Star Wars Episode III building toys in fantasy situations, portraying the interactivity of Lego in various scenes. Lego's classic mini-figures are also made more 3-D in their detail, with more flexibility in movement portrayed to facilitated the film's action sequences.
Lego Star Wars: The Quest for R2-D2 is a 2009 comedy short film directed by a director Peder Pedersen and produced by M2Film for Lego and Cartoon Network in collaboration with Lucasfilm. The story begins with Anakin Skywalker and R2-D2 on a Separatist cruiser where they have completed an important mission and attempt to escape in Anakin's Jedi starfighter. But they are attacked by Hyena droid bombers and R2-D2 is blasted out into space. When he returns to the Jedi Temple, the Jedi masters tell him to find the droid and his special blueprints. Meanwhile, the Separatist leaders are desperate to recover the droid, and Chancellor Palpatine has dispatched a special squad of clones to do the same.
Vader hires Boba Fett to track down the gungan Jar Jar Binks for an accident he caused to Vader. The film also takes place at the same time as the original movies showing Jar Jar responsible for the destruction of the first Death Star and was with Boba at the Jabba's Barge event from Return of the Jedi.