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Leg Masters host Will Arnett (right) stands behind judges Jamie Berard (left) and Amy Corbett (middle)

'Lego Masters' Host Will Arnett Proves That He is a True Lego Fan Just Like His Kids

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By Natalie Hunter

'Lego Masters' kicked off on February 5th, 2020. Contestants were challenged with building their own amusement park out of Lego. All of their theme parks were combined to make one monstrous park. Will Arnett hosts the show along with judges Amy Corbett and Jamie Berard. Arnett not only voice Batman in 'The Lego Batman Movie,' but he is also admittedly an avid Lego fan himself. According to Showbiz Cheat Sheet,, he admitted in an interview with that he understands the hype.

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“There’s something about Lego that, when you look at a big box of Lego, it’s almost like looking at just a box of opportunity,” Arnett said to the Television Critics Association. “You don’t know what it’s going to be. That’s exciting. You come onto our set, we have over three million Lego pieces on set. When you look at these bins, all these different shapes and sizes and colors and you just think what could I do? Your imagination really takes off.”

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Arnett even owns an impressive collection of his own that proves he's a hardcore fan.

“I have a lot at my house,” Arnett admitted. “I have a really great Lego Batman, I have a great Lego portrait of BoJack Horseman, I have a couple that I’ve been blessed that people have given me over the years. My house is the house built by Lego. I have a room, in the guest bedroom, I have this closet that’s just filled with Lego. It’s insane.”

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Arnett's kids are no exception to the Lego craze. He explained how his kids are very familiar with the Lego world as they voiced some characters in 'The Lego Batman Movie.'

“My kids are huge Lego fans,” Arnett said. “They were before of course. Both my sons actually do voices in The Lego Batman Movie so they’re very familiar with this world. You’d think because of what I do that they would be maybe a little desensitized to the whole thing.”

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He explained how his children even visited him on the set of 'Lego Masters' to bring your kid to the workday.

“Right now our playroom is just dominated, because of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, it’s all Rise of Skywalker Lego sets,” Arnett said on sharing the passion of Lego with his children. “How am I still building Lego? I just promised my nine-year-old, I got him the Death Star for Christmas. I bought it and I just committed to building it with him which is foolish.”

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