'The Lego Movie' Star Chris Pratt Sees Himself in Emmet

The actor reveals what he loves best about his character in the new movie.
3:00 | 02/06/14

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They have been around for more than 50 year, more than 560 billion parts produced and now legos are ready for their close-up. Tomorrow their first ever full length 3D animated feature hits theaters. Well, like a cut of bricks. We're talking, of course, about the Lego movie. Take a look. Good morning, apartment. Good morning, doorway. Good morning, wall. Good morning, ceiling. Good morning, floor. Ready to start the day. Oh, here it is. Instructions to fit in. Have everybody like you and always be happy. Step one, breathe. Woo! Okay. Got that one down. Step two, greet the day's smile and say -- All: Good morning, city! How about we say good morning to Chris Pratt. Yes. He voice the that happy little camper, emmet. Great to see you. Nice to see you, robin. You said that, you know, you've got the hand gestures and all that but what is it about his personality that strikes you? Oh, man, this guy, emmet, he's kind of lonely and has been trying so hard his whole life to fit in and be Normal that he's essentially become invisible in this world that he lives in and he's not memorable to anybody and so it's a very lonely place and, you know, he's a very regular kind of guy. You say invisible is a great way to start to be a hero. No one is really looking, expecting anything? That's just right. He's so ordinary when he's given a chance to be extraordinary, it's really fun to watch. Tell you the cast is not ordinary. By the way can I just give a shout-out to our crew. This is a Lego set. This whole set was made by legos, our coffee cup, yes. You do that so well. Oh. I'm so sorry. I think will Arnett did something similar when he was here. No, no, no. Will Arnett is in the cast, will Ferrell is in the cast. Morgan Freeman. Morgan Freeman. Liam Neeson. Did you get a chance to interact because it's animated. Sometimes you don't get to see anyone. We did intense research for months together in a house built of Lego and that was really cool for us to spend -- we slept on Lego beds, no -- No you didn't. I'm just teasing, robin. We did have a chance to interact in the studio which is not Normal doing an animated movies. A lot of times they like to isolate an actor and get clean sound but the filmmaker thought it was important to allow comedians to interact with each other so that was pretty fun. I got to work with all those guys. And came through on screen and in the time we have left, I know you have an adorable son jack. Yes. He doesn't have a set of legos, does he? He does not yet. We'll change that -- Don't you dare. These are the baby edition. Hey, thanks, man. That's the baby edition. Duplos. For little jack. You and Anna. Thank you so much. I cannot wait to step on one of these in my bare feet at 2:00 in the morning. I know. It'll happen. Think of us when that happens. I sure will. Thank you so much. Very thoughtful. You ago like you're winning an award. I'd like to thank. First of all -- Well, it is going to be a lot of fun. This movie is. It's really good. I'm really excited for it. "The Lego movie" hits theaters tomorrow nationwide and

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