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DNEG (formerly known as Double Negative and stylized as D N E G) is a British visual effects, computer animation, and stereo conversion studio that was founded in 1998 in London, and rebranded as DNEG in 2014 after a merger with Indian VFX company Prime Focus, it was named after the letters "D" and "Neg" from their former name.
|Formerly||Double Negative (1998—2014)|
|Industry||Motion picture, TV, Animation|
|Headquarters||160 Great Portland Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1W 5QA, United Kingdom, |
Number of locations
The company has received seven Academy Awards for its work on the films Inception, Interstellar, Ex Machina, Blade Runner 2049, First Man, Tenet and Dune. In addition, DNEG has received BAFTA awards for Inception, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 , Interstellar, Blade Runner 2049, Tenet, Dune and Black Mirror's "Metalhead", and Visual Effects Society awards for its work on films such as The Dark Knight Rises, Sherlock Holmes, Inception, Interstellar, Dunkirk, Blade Runner 2049, Altered Carbon, First Man, Chernobyl, Last Night In Soho, Foundation and Dune. It has also received Primetime Emmy Awards for its work on Dreamkeeper, Chernobyl and season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery.
DNEG is headquartered in Fitzrovia, London with additional locations in Vancouver, Mumbai, Los Angeles, Chennai, Montréal, Mohali, Bangalore, Toronto and Sydney (opening in 2023).
Double Negative first opened its doors in 1998 in London. Founded by a small group of industry professionals, including Peter Chiang (Senior VFX Supervisor), Matt Holben (Joint MD), Alex Hope (Joint MD) and Paul Franklin (Senior VFX Supervisor), it has grown from a small team to 8,000 members of staff worldwide.
Over the years, DNEG has worked on over 200 movies and developed working relationships with a number of leading directors. Its first project was Pitch Black, released in 2000. Since then, DNEG's work can be seen in recurring franchises like Harry Potter, Fantastic Beasts, Marvel Cinematic Universe, James Bond, Jason Bourne, Fast and Furious, Mission: Impossible and the DC Extended Universe. DNEG has worked on award-winning projects such as Inception, Interstellar, Ex Machina, Dunkirk, Blade Runner 2049, Black Mirror – Metalhead, Altered Carbon, First Man, Chernobyl, Tenet, Star Trek: Discovery (Season 3), and Dune.
DNEG's visual effects work has been honored with seven Academy Awards, seven BAFTAs, eighteen Visual Effects Society Awards and three Primetime Emmy Awards.
In 2009, Double Negative opened its Singapore office, and closed it in March 2016.
In July 2014, Prime Focus World merged with Double Negative; the merged company was rebranded as DNEG. The two companies announced the upcoming opening of a Mumbai branch following the merger.
Since 2014, DNEG has opened new facilities in Vancouver, Mumbai, Los Angeles, Chennai, Montréal, Mohali, Bangalore and Toronto.
In August 2021, UK-based firm Novator Capital Advisors invested $250 million in Prime Focus Limited, DNEG's parent company.
On January 25, 2022, DNEG announced its entry into a definitive business combination agreement with Sports Ventures Acquisition Corp. (Nasdaq: AKIC). Upon the closing of the business combination, subject to customary closing conditions including the approval of the stockholders of Sports Ventures Acquisition Corp., which was expected in the first half of 2022, the combined public company would be named DNEG. The merger was called off in June 2022.
In November 2022, DNEG announced plans to open a location in Sydney, Australia, where its VFX and animation divisions will work. The new studio will open in 2023 in Pyrmont and be headed by VFX supervisor Andrew Jackson. It will lead the visual effects for George Miller's Furiosa.
Services and divisionsEdit
DNEG started as a visual effects (VFX) studio specialised in VFX for feature films. Over the years its offering expanded to include VFX and animation for feature film and television, and stereo conversion.
In 2013 the company launched its Episodic VFX team dedicated to the creation of VFX for television, OTT and streaming providers and designed to allow content producers and networks access to DNEG's team and infrastructure for non-theatrical projects.
|Formerly||DNEG Feature Animation (2014-2021)|
|Founded||April 11, 2014|
DNEG Animation (formerly known as DNEG Feature Animation) was founded in April 2014 as DNEG Feature Animation after DNEG formed a deal with Locksmith Animation, with Tom Jacomb leading the studio. It provides animation services alongside IP creators and filmmakers for both feature and episodic animated projects. A Queen's Guard soldier with a giant pencil sometimes alongside a short six-leg robot guard are the mascots of the studio. Its first project was the short film Mr. Spam Gets A New Hat, directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker William Joyce and released in 2021, which won 'Best Animation' at 2021 New York Shorts International Film Festival, ‘Best Animated Short‘ at Cleveland International Film Festival, ‘Best Animation‘ at LA Shorts Festival, ‘Best Animated Short‘ at Cordillera International Film Festival and ‘Best 3D Narrative Short‘ at SPARK ANIMATION 2021. Its first feature film was Ron's Gone Wrong, co-produced with Locksmith Animation for 20th Century Studios, also released in 2021, which won for 'Best Longform' at the British Animation Awards (BAA). With the trailer release of Mr. Spam Gets A New Hat in October 2021, and by early 2022, the studio was renamed to DNEG Animation. Most recently, they worked on the Netflix television special Entergalactic, created by Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi and Kenya Barris and released in September 2022. Projects currently in production include Under the Boardwalk for Paramount Animation, an adaptation of The Great Gatsby, Garfield, for which DNEG is a producer alongside Alcon Entertainment for Sony Pictures, That Christmas, a co-production with Locksmith Animation, and Nimona, an adaptation of the webcomic of the same name by ND Stevenson for Netflix and Annapurna Pictures; in the production of Nimona, DNEG would take over animation from Blue Sky Studios after the company was shut down by then-owner The Walt Disney Company before their production was completed.
DNEG ReDefine was launched in 2019 to provide creative visual effects and animation services both to expanding international markets and to filmmakers and streaming companies.
DNEG Stereo (formerly known as Prime Focus World) was the first in the world to convert a full Hollywood film from 2-D to 3-D and has since become one of the largest stereo conversion companies in the motion picture industry.
DNEG Virtual Production is a global, end-to-end virtual production service. It offers filmmakers and content creators access to a full range of real-time production services – from script breakdown, through development / pre-production, production and post-production, to final picture delivery. DNEG Virtual Production has delivered virtual production services for Andy Serkis’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Keneth Branagh’s Death on the Nile and David Leitch’s Bullet Train.
1990s and 2000sEdit
|2010||Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1||David Yates||Warner Bros. Pictures/Heyday Films||Installment of the Wizarding World (film series)|
|Green Zone||Paul Greengrass||Universal Pictures|
|Inception||Christopher Nolan||Warner Bros. Pictures/Legendary Pictures/Syncopy Inc.|
|Iron Man 2||Jon Favreau||Paramount Pictures/Marvel Studios/Fairview Entertainment||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time||Mike Newell||Walt Disney Pictures/Jerry Bruckheimer Films|
|Scott Pilgrim vs. the World||Edgar Wright||Universal Pictures|
|The Sorcerer's Apprentice||Jon Turteltaub||Walt Disney Pictures/Jerry Bruckheimer Films|
|The Wolfman||Joe Johnston||Universal Pictures|
|2011||Attack the Block||Joe Cornish||Optimum Releasing/StudioCanal Features/Film4/UK Film Council/Big Talk Pictures|
|Captain America: The First Avenger||Joe Johnston||Paramount Pictures/Marvel Studios||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2||David Yates||Warner Bros. Pictures/Heyday Films||Installment of the Wizarding World (film series)|
|Paul||Greg Mottola||Universal Pictures|
|The Tree of Life||Terrance Malick||20th Century Fox|
|2012||Battleship||Peter Berg||Universal Pictures|
|The Bourne Legacy||Tony Gilroy|
|The Dark Knight Rises||Christopher Nolan||Warner Bros. Pictures/Legendary Pictures/DC Comics/Syncopy Inc.|
|John Carter||Andrew Stanton||Walt Disney Pictures|
|Les Misérables||Tom Hooper||Universal Pictures/Working Title Films|
|The Pirates! Band of Misfits||Peter Lord||Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures Animation/Aardman Features/Sony Pictures Releasing|
|Skyfall||Sam Mendes||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Columbia Pictures/Eon Productions/Sony Pictures Releasing||Installment of the James Bond (film series)|
|Snow White and the Huntsman||Rupert Sanders||Universal Pictures/Roth Films|
|Total Recall||Len Wiseman||Columbia Pictures/Original Film/Sony Pictures Releasing|
|2013||Captain Phillips||Paul Greengrass||Columbia Pictures|
|Fast & Furious 6||Justin Lin||Universal Pictures/Original Film|
|The Hunger Games: Catching Fire||Francis Lawrence||Lionsgate Films|
|Man of Steel||Zack Snyder||Warner Bros. Pictures/Legendary Pictures/DC Comics/Syncopy Inc.||Installment of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU)|
|Rush||Ron Howard||Universal Pictures (United States)/StudioCanal (United Kingdom)/Cross Creek Pictures/Exclusive Media/Working Title Films/Imagine Entertainment/Revolution Films|
|Thor: The Dark World||Alan Taylor||Marvel Studios||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|The World's End||Edgar Wright||Universal Pictures (International)/Focus Features (United States)/Relativity Media/StudioCanal/Working Title Films/Big Talk Pictures|
|2014||Cuban Fury||James Griffiths||StudioCanal|
|Ex Machina||Alex Garland||A24 (United States)/Universal Pictures (International)|
|Exodus: Gods and Kings||Ridley Scott||20th Century Fox/Scott Free Productions/Chernin Entertainment|
|Godzilla||Gareth Edwards||Warner Bros. Pictures/Legendary Pictures/Toho||Installment of the MonsterVerse|
|Hercules||Brett Ratner||Paramount Pictures/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer|
|The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1||Francis Lawrence||Lionsgate Films|
|Interstellar||Christopher Nolan||Warner Bros. Pictures (International)/Paramount Pictures (United States)/Legendary Pictures/Syncopy Inc.|
|Muppets Most Wanted||James Bobin||Walt Disney Pictures/Mandeville Films|
|Paddington||Paul King||StudioCanal/Heyday Films|
|Transcendence||Wally Pfister||Warner Bros. Pictures (United States & Canada)/Summit Entertainment (International)/Alcon Entertainment|
|2015||Ant-Man||Peyton Reed||Marvel Studios||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|Bridge of Spies||Steven Spielberg||Touchstone Pictures (United States)/20th Century Fox (International)/DreamWorks Pictures/Reliance Entertainment/Amblin Entertainment/Participant Media/Marc Platt Productions|
|The Danish Girl||Tom Hooper||Universal Pictures (International)/Focus Features (United States)/Working Title Films|
|In the Heart of the Sea||Ron Howard||Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow Pictures/Imagine Entertainment/Roth Films|
|The Divergent Series: Insurgent||Robert Schwentke||Summit Entertainment/Red Wagon Entertainment|
|The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2||Francis Lawrence||Lionsgate Films|
|Jupiter Ascending||The Wachowskis||Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow Pictures|
|Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation||Christopher McQuarrie||Paramount Pictures/Skydance Media/Bad Robot Productions/TC Productions||Installment of the Mission: Impossible (film series)|
|Spectre||Sam Mendes||Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Columbia Pictures/Eon Productions/Sony Pictures Releasing||Installment of the James Bond (film series)|
|Terminator: Genisys||Alan Taylor||Paramount Pictures/Skydance Media|
|2016||Alice Through the Looking Glass||James Bobin||Walt Disney Pictures/Roth Films|
|Assassin's Creed||Justin Kurzel||20th Century Fox/Regency Enterprises/Ubisoft Motion Pictures/DMC Film/The Kennedy/Marshall Company|
|Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice||Zack Snyder||Warner Bros. Pictures/DC Comics||Installment of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU)|
|Captain America: Civil War||Anthony and Joe Russo||Marvel Studios||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|A Cure for Wellness||Gore Verbinski||20th Century Fox/Regency Enterprises/Blind Wink Productions|
|Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them||David Yates||Warner Bros. Pictures/Heyday Films||Installment of the Wizarding World (film series)|
|Grimsby||Louis Leterrier||Columbia Pictures/Village Roadshow Pictures/LStar Capital/Big Talk Productions/Working Title Films|
|The Huntsman: Winter's War||Cedric Nicolas-Troyan||Universal Pictures/Roth Films/Perfect World Pictures|
|Inferno||Ron Howard||Columbia Pictures/Imagine Entertainment|
|Jason Bourne||Paul Greengrass||Universal Pictures|
|Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children||Tim Burton||20th Century Fox/Chernin Entertainment|
|Star Trek Beyond||Justin Lin||Paramount Pictures/Skydance Media/Bad Robot Productions|
|2017||American Assassin||Michael Cuesta||Lionsgate Films/CBS Films/Di Bonaventura Pictures|
|Baby Driver||Edgar Wright||Tristar Pictures/Working Title Films/Sony Pictures Releasing|
|Blade Runner 2049||Dennis Villeneuve||Warner Bros. Pictures (United States)/Columbia Pictures/Sony Pictures Releasing (International)/Alcon Entertainment/Thunderbird Entertainment/Scott Free Productions|
|Dunkirk||Christopher Nolan||Warner Bros. Pictures/Syncopy Inc.|
|The Fate of the Furious||F. Gary Gray||Universal Pictures/Original Film/China Film/One Race Films||Installment of the Fast & Furious franchise|
|Final Portrait||Stanley Tucci||Sony Pictures Classics (United States)/Vertigo Entertainment (International)|
|Geostorm||Dean Devlin||Warner Bros. Pictures/Skydance Media/Electric Entertainment|
|Hostiles||Scott Cooper||Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures|
|Justice League||Zack Snyder||Warner Bros. Pictures/DC Comics||Installment of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU)|
|Life||Daniel Espinosa||Columbia Pictures/Skydance Media/Sony Pictures Releasing|
|The Mummy||Alex Kurtzman||Universal Pictures|
|Thor: Ragnarok||Taika Waititi||Marvel Studios||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|Wonder Woman||Patty Jenkins||Warner Bros. Pictures/DC Comics||Installment of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU)|
|2018||2.0||S. Shankar||Lyca Productions/Dharma Productions/AA Films|
|Alpha||Albert Hughes||Columbia Pictures/Studio 8/Sony Pictures Releasing|
|Annihilation||Alex Garland||Netflix (International)/Paramount Pictures/Skydance Media/Scott Rudin Productions|
|Ant-Man and the Wasp||Peyton Reed||Marvel Studios||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|Aquaman||James Wan||Warner Bros. Pictures/DC Comics||Installment of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU)|
|Avengers: Infinity War||Anthony and Joe Russo||Marvel Studios||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|Bad Times at the El Royale||Drew Goddard||20th Century Fox|
|Black Panther||Ryan Coogler||Marvel Studios||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|Bohemian Rhapsody||Bryan Singer||20th Century Fox/Regency Enterprises/Bad Hat Harry Productions|
|Deadpool 2||David Leitch||20th Century Fox/Marvel Entertainment|
|Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald||David Yates||Warner Bros. Pictures/Heyday Films|
|First Man||Damien Chazelle||Universal Pictures/DreamWorks Pictures/Perfect World Pictures/Temple Hill Entertainment|
|Holmes & Watson||Etan Cohen||Columbia Pictures/Gary Sanchez Productions/Mosaic Media Group/Mimran Schur Pictures/Sony Pictures Releasing|
|The Hurricane Heist||Rob Cohen||Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures/Foresight Unlimited/Parkside Pictures/Windfall Productions/Tadross Media Group|
|Mission: Impossible – Fallout||Christopher McQuarrie||Paramount Pictures/Skydance Media/Bad Robot Productions/TC Productions||Installment of the Mission: Impossible (film series)|
|Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle||Andy Serkis||Netflix/Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Pacific Rim: Uprising||Steven S. DeKnight||Universal Pictures/Legendary Pictures|
|Red Sparrow||Francis Lawrence||20th Century Fox/Chernin Entertainment|
|The 15:17 to Paris||Clint Eastwood||Warner Bros. Pictures/Village Roadshow Pictures|
|The Meg||Jon Turteltaub||Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Venom||Ruben Fleischer||Columbia Pictures/Marvel Entertainment/Sony Pictures Releasing|
|2019||Aladdin||Guy Ritchie||Walt Disney Pictures|
|Alita: Battle Angel||Robert Rodriguez||20th Century Fox/Lightstorm Entertainment/Troublemaker Studios/TSG Entertainment|
|Avengers: Endgame||Anthony and Joe Russo||Marvel Studios||Installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)|
|Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw||David Leitch||Universal Pictures|
|Godzilla: King of the Monsters||Michael Dougherty||Warner Bros. Pictures/Legendary Pictures/Toho||Installment of the MonsterVerse|
|The Kid Who Would Be King||Joe Cornish||20th Century Fox/Working Title Films|
|Men in Black: International||F. Gary Gray||Columbia Pictures/Amblin Entertainment/P+M Image Nation/Sony Pictures Releasing|
|Shazam!||David F. Sandberg||Warner Bros. Pictures/New Line Cinema/DC Comics||Installment of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU)|
|War||Siddharth Anand||Yash Raj Films|
|2023||Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom||James Wan||Warner Bros. Pictures/DC Comics||Installment of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU)|
|Coyote vs. Acme||Dave Green||Warner Bros. Pictures/Warner Animation Group|
|The Flash||Andy Muschietti||Warner Bros. Pictures/DC Comics||Installment of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU)|
|Haunted Mansion||Justin Simien||Walt Disney Pictures/Rideback||Stereo conversion|
|Meg 2: The Trench||Ben Wheatley||Warner Bros. Pictures||Sequel to The Meg|
|Nimona||Nick Bruno & Troy Quane||Netflix/Annapurna Pictures||A DNEG Animation film|
|Oppenheimer||Christopher Nolan||Universal Pictures/Syncopy Inc.|
|2024||Lift||F. Gary Gray||Netflix/HartBeat Productions/6th & Idaho Productions|
|Fighter||Siddharth Anand||Viacom18 Studios||First installment in the Fighter franchise|
|Furiosa||George Miller||Warner Bros./Village Roadshow Pictures/Kennedy Miller Mitchell||Installment in the Mad Max franchise|
|Garfield||Mark Dindal||Columbia Pictures/Alcon Entertainment/Paws, Inc./Sony Pictures Releasing||A DNEG Animation film|
|Mickey 17||Bong Joon-ho||Warner Bros./Offscreen/Plan B Entertainment/Kate Street Picture Company|
|That Christmas||Simon Otto||Netflix/Netflix Animation/Locksmith Animation||A DNEG Animation film|
|TBA||Borderlands||Eli Roth||Lionsgate Films||Based on the video game of the same name|
|No One Will Save You||Brian Duffield||20th Century Studios/Star Thrower Entertainment|
|No Way Up||Claudio Fäh||Altitude Film Entertainment/Hyprr Films/Ingenious Media/Sarma Films|
|The Great Gatsby||William Joyce||TBA||A DNEG Animation film|
|Under the Boardwalk||David Soren||Paramount Pictures/Paramount Animation/New Republic Pictures|
Television series and specialsEdit
- Industrial Light & Magic
- Moving Picture Company (MPC)
- Digital Domain
- Wētā FX
- Wētā Workshop
- Blue Sky Studios
- Animal Logic
- Rhythm & Hues
- Sony Pictures Imageworks
- Pacific Data Images
- Blur Studio
- Image Engine
- Visual Works
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