Premiere: 'The Lego Movie' Goes Red for Women


The American Heart Association's Go Red For Women Movement worked with Warner Brothers and the Ad Council on a new public service announcement featuring characters from the highly anticipated The Lego Movie, and ET has the exclusive premiere of Elizabeth Banks' part (Wyldestyle) in the important PSA!

Vid: How Elizabeth Banks Saved a Life

This isn't the first time Banks has partnered with the AHA's Go Red for Women -- the Hunger Games star created a short film calledJust A Little Heart Attack in 2011, which addresses the issue of heart attacks in women. The short film was clearly successful, and even ended up saving the life of Missouri resident Christie Thompson, 51, who called 911 when she found herself experiencing the symptoms in the video.

Vid: Elizabeth Banks' 'Little Heart Attack'

To save lives and raise awareness that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women, the American Heart Association launched Go Red For Women in 2003. Click here to learn more about the movement!