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Wii noises are usually due to either a faulty fan or disk drive. Either one can cause the Wii to freeze up as a faulty fan can cause overheating and a faulty disk drive can slow disk reading down to where it freezes waiting for the data from the drive. It should be serviced or replaced.
I have the exact same problem when I play Lego Batman on my Wii. Unfortunately, since the Wii version is the same as the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions, it has lots of data that the Wii console can't handle sometimes, thus making that loud noise and freezing up. You can't fix it, but the best solution would be to:
1) Unplug the Wii, then plug it back in.
2) Start up the game and try that same part again. It should work. If it doesn't, just keep trying.
*Note: When you plug it back in and start the game again, don't do any other levels before the level that keeps freezing up and making that loud noise. I hope this helps.
Make sure the console is out in the open. It needs to vent. Don't place it in a confined area. Make sure any vents on the console itself are not blocked or covered with dust. Sounds like it is overheating.
check that all of the vents are clear from dust and dirt and that it is seated properly on its stand, also make sure that it is not overheating. Place it somewhere where it has plenty of room to breath.
Most likely, your system is overheating. Make sure you have several inches of space all the way around your system (except of course underneath it) and that it's not in an enclosed space. The system will shut itself off to keep from breaking. Good luck!
If the wii is sitting on the floor then it's overheating. It maybe be overheating anyway. Make sure it's sitting in it's silver base and that the vent in the back and the bottom are not plugged by dust. Also check that the fan in the back of wii is coming on.