“Last year, I had a lot of people telling me their theories, and trying to convince me that they were right,” Woodward told Marie Claire. “I tried to be kind to them about it because I was so glad that they were enjoying the show, but at some point it got to sound a lot like mansplaining. I was like, ‘You know I’ve read the scripts, right? I do know what happens and that’s not what happens.’”
"The first film delicately handled the issue of what happens when adults stop treating toys like toys, and how the pursuit of perfection can do more harm than good. Now, this film looks to be about toys and gender, which has been one of Lego’s sore spots."