This weekend Liam Neeson's latest action thriller Non-Stop will take on The Lego Movie — but what if the two joined forces? This shot-for-shot recreation of the Non-Stop trailer answers that question, using Lego figures and Lego sets to stand in for Neeson, Julianne Moore, and a severely damaged commercial airliner. It was created by Brotherhood Workshop, a group of artists that have previously taken on properties like Star Wars, The Hobbit, and the Harry Potter series. While the previous efforts have certainly been entertaining, there's something about Lego Liam Neeson texting on a miniature QWERTY keyboard — complete with SMS text overlays — that feels like it's hitting another level. Check out the trailer below, and then you can see how well the real thing stacks up when Non-Stop hits theaters on February 28th.
If you're wondering how closely the Lego version tracks the original, you're in luck: you can check out a split-screen trailer below.