Not everything is awesome for Steven Mnuchin these days.
Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee want a probe into Hollywood producer-turned Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's recent comments, where he seemed to be promoting his latest flick, "The Lego Batman Movie."
In a letter addresses to the Office of Government Ethics, ranking Democrat on the committee, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) is asking whether Mnuchin violated ethics rules when he promoted the movie, which was produced by a company he founded.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin
Steven Mnuchin, President-elect Trump's nominee for Treasury secretary, testifies during his Senate Finance Committee confirmation hearing in Dirksen Building, January 19, 2017.
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Treasury Secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin sits with Vanessa Trump (R), wife of Donald Trump Jr, before a swearing-in ceremony for senior staff at the White House in Washington, DC January 22, 2017.
Incoming Trump administration Treasury Secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin departs after working a simulated crisis scenario during transition meetings at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House in Washington, U.S. January 13, 2017.
Producer Steve Bing (L) and Honoree Steven Mnuchin recipient of the Philanthropic Leadership Award attend The Kaleidoscope Ball - Designing The Future benefitting the UCLA Children's Discovery and Innovation Institute at Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA at Beverly Hills Hotel on April 17, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California.
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Steven Mnuchin, Treasury secretary nominee for U.S. President Donald Trump, right, attends a swearing in ceremony of White House senior staff in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017. Trump today mocked protesters who gathered for large demonstrations across the U.S. and the world on Saturday to signal discontent with his leadership, but later offered a more conciliatory tone, saying he recognized such marches as a hallmark of our democracy.
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Steve Mnuchin and Lousie Linton arrive at the Premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Jupiter Ascending' at TCL Chinese Theatre on February 2, 2015 in Hollywood, California.
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Heather Mnuchin and Steve Mnuchin attend The Art Show Gala to Benefit The Henry Street Settlement at The Seventh Regiment Armory on February 23, 2005 in New York City.
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Treasury Secretary nominee Steven Mnuchin attends the inaugural parade of U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, January 20, 2017. Donald Trump was sworn in earlier as the 45th President of the United States.
Donald Trumps' Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin arrives on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC. In today's inauguration ceremony Donald J. Trump becomes the 45th president of the United States.
"I am concerned that despite his 'legal disclosure,' these comments may constitute a violation of Secretary Mnuchin's January 10, 2017 ethics agreement," the letter said.
As TheWrap previously reported, Mnuchin pulled a Kellyanne Conway on Friday when he urged an audience at an event to check out his latest flick "Lego Batman," a movie he produced right before taking on his Cabinet post in the Trump administration.
"I'm not allowed to promote anything that I'm involved in," said Mnuchin. "So I just want to have the legal disclosure, you've asked me the question, and I am not promoting any product. But you should send all your kids to 'Lego Batman.'"
Citizens for Ethics and Responsibility and Ethics in Washington admonished Mnuchin for his comments, saying in a statement on Friday: "It's clear that Mnuchin did not learn any lessons from the Kellyanne Conway affair. This kind of thing happened, and will continue to happen, when there is a White House that does not take disciplinary action for ethical lapses."
White House senior counselor Kellyanne Conway was criticized for promoting first daughter Ivanka Trump's merchandise line during an interview on "Fox & Friends," last month when she told viewers to "go buy Ivanka's stuff."