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Lord and Miller and ‘The Last Man On Earth’: How the ‘LEGO Movie’ Directors Stole the Oscars

Monday March 2nd, 2015

After a year of extraordinary highs and peculiar lows, everything’s still pretty awesome for The LEGO Movie’s Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Currently master-building three franchises at different studios – the Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs films and 21/22/23 Jump Street at Sony, and The LEGO Movie sequels and spin-offs at Warner Bros. – the longtime writing and directing duo are spinning off into television with the new Fox sitcom The Last Man On Earth, starring SNL alum Will Forte as a Tucson, AZ slacker who finds himself lonely, lazy, and way existential after a virus wipes out almost all of humanity.

Oh, and they totally stole the Oscars.

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