‘Some Good News’ Shows LEGO Stop-Motion Video

Actor John Krasinski’s popular good news website featured the boys’ LEGO stop-motion clip.

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colorado — Good news may seem hard to come by in this pandemic — but, if you look closely enough, it’s there.

9NEWS shares the good news whenever we can, but actor John Krasinski made an entire webcast around it called “Some Good News.”

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Recently, the webcast featured the work of two Jefferson County kids – a LEGO stop-motion video was made by 10-year-old Harry and 13-year-old Johnny.

Their father provided the voices and their mother did the editing. The video is titled “Some Good News with John Ka-brick-ski”.

“It’s quite laborious,” said the boys’ father, Phil White.

the the full video lasts every 39 seconds, but it took the boys three days to do it. The two boys said they filmed for about two days and took one day to edit the film. Their mother submitted the final video to Krasinski’s web show.

“We take turns filming it,” Harry said. “So Johnny does it first, then I’ll change.”

“We alternate,” Johnny added.

Phil said that Harry was responsible for designing the sets because he was the master builder of Lego.

Harry and Johnny have some stop-motion experience. They recently won first place for a clay video they made.

The boys didn’t understand what happened next, but said the stay-at-home order helped them come up with new and creative ideas.

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