Jerry Seinfeld

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The LEGO Movie may have landed the No. 1 spot in box office sales over the weekend, but one famous face was less than impressed after seeing the kid's flick.

Jerry Seinfeld took to Twitter to vent his frustrations about the film, claiming that they referenced his material in one of the scenes.

"I think Lego Movie stole my Superman has issues with Green Lantern bit from Amex Seinfeld and Superman webisode. Anyone else catch that?" he wrote.

"I'm glad they did. It was a fun bit… #legomymaterial."

But the funnyman didn't end his shade throwing there…

"Also loved Lego Movie. A story would have been a nice added touch, though.." Yikes!

Seinfeld's good pal Ricky Gervais joined the Twitter rant with his own hilarious (albeit offensive) joke.

"I know how you feel. Schindler's List stole a lot of my early stuff. You were so edgy then," the Brit tweeted at Seinfeld.

Seinfeld completed the witty banter by writing back, "Yes! Similar to Anglos 'discovering' America. Hey, that's racist!"

Oh, these two…

Despite their grievances with the movie, the film earned a boast-worthy $69.1 million during its first few days on the big screen.


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