Skydance Media

Skydance Media, LLC (formerly known as Skydance Productions) is an American production company based in Santa Monica, California. Founded by David Ellison in 2006, the company entered a five-year partnership to co-produce and co-finance films with Paramount Pictures starting in 2009, and has renewed the agreement twice out to 2021. The company specializes in movies, animation, television and video games.

Skydance Media, LLC
FormerlySkydance Productions (2006–2016)
FoundedApril 4, 2006; 16 years ago (2006-04-04)
FounderDavid Ellison
HeadquartersSanta Monica, California, United States
Area served
Key people
  • David Ellison (CEO and chairman)
  • Dana Goldberg (CCO)
  • Don Granger (EVP of Feature Productions)
  • Marcy Ross (President of Television)
  • Jesse Sisgold (President and COO)
  • Larry Wasserman (CFO)
BrandsUncharted (label)
  • David Ellison (controlling)
  • RedBird Capital Partners (minor)
  • CJ ENM (minor)
  • Tencent (minor)[1]

Feature films produced by Skydance include: True Grit, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Jack Reacher, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Star Trek Into Darkness, World War Z, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Terminator Genisys, Star Trek Beyond, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Life, Baywatch, Geostorm, Annihilation, Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Gemini Man, Terminator: Dark Fate, 6 Underground, Without Remorse, The Tomorrow War, Snake Eyes, The Adam Project and Top Gun: Maverick.

Skydance's future feature film slate includes Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, Star Trek 4 and Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two.


Logo from 2016 until 2021.

Skydance Productions was formed in 2006 by David Ellison. The firm's first film was Flyboys in 2006, starring Ellison and co-financed with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.[3]

In the fall of 2009, Skydance and Paramount Pictures signed a five-year co-financing, production and distribution agreement, with Paramount holding the additional option of distribution. Before August 2010, Skydance hired Dana Goldberg, formerly of Village Roadshow Pictures, to oversee development and production. In August 2010, with the Paramount partnership and an equity investment by the then sixth richest person in the world, Ellison's father and Oracle Corporation co-founder and chairman Larry Ellison, Skydance raised $350 million in equity and credit to co-finance its films.[3]

On October 25, 2011, Skydance tried to sign its own first production client with Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci of K/O Paper Products, but the deal was never materialized.[4]

On May 1, 2013, Skydance launched Skydance Television, hiring Marcy Ross as division president.[5] Carolyn Harris joined Skydance Television as vice president a month later.[6] Skydance renewed it slate deal with Paramount in the summer of 2013 for four more years.[7]

In 2014, Jesse Sisgold joined Skydance as President of Business Affairs & Strategic Planning[8] and later that year was upped to Chief Operating Officer.[9] He was again promoted in 2017 to President & COO.[10]

In March 2014, Don Granger joined the company as the newly created post EVP Feature Productions, and he would report to Dana Goldberg, company's chief creative officer.[11]

In March 2015, Anne Globe joined the company as Chief Marketing Officer.[12]

Later that same year, Skydance raised $700 million in new financing. The refinancing included $200 million in equity from a group of investors, and a $500 million line of credit from J.P. Morgan Chase.[7] On May 3, 2016, Skydance Media used part of its new financing to purchase game developer The Workshop Entertainment, Inc. The Workshop Entertainment was renamed and organized as Skydance Interactive, LLC.[13] David Ellison's company also created a production label named Uncharted in December 2016 in order to house content that falls outside of the action, sci-fi or fantasy genre.[14]

On March 16, 2017, Skydance launched the Skydance Animation division by forming a multi-year partnership with Madrid-based Ilion Animation Studios. Two projects are in the works, with one of them originally projected for a March 2021 release.[15] In August 2017, Skydance and Paramount renewed their slate deal for another four years to 2021, with the addition of Skydance's animated films for distribution.[16]

On January 25, 2018, Tencent bought a 5% to 10% minority stake.[1][17] Jun Oh was hired by Skydance Media as head of theatrical, interactive and legal affairs in October 2018.[18]

In February 2020, RedBird Capital Partners and CJ ENM invested in the company.[19] More recently, the company signed a first look television deal with Exile Content Studio.[20] Even more recently, the company signed a first look deal with Impact, a company owned by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer for television productions.[21]



Release Title Co-production companies Distributor(s)
September 22, 2006 Flyboys Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Ingenious Media and Electric Entertainment MGM Distribution Co.
December 22, 2010 True Grit Mike Zoss Productions, Scott Rudin Productions Paramount Pictures
December 21, 2011 Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Bad Robot Productions, TC Productions
December 19, 2012 The Guilt Trip Michaels/Goldwyn
December 21, 2012 Jack Reacher TC Productions
March 28, 2013 G.I. Joe: Retaliation Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Hasbro Studios and Di Bonaventura Pictures
May 16, 2013 Star Trek Into Darkness Bad Robot Productions, K/O Paper Products
June 21, 2013 World War Z Plan B Entertainment, GK Films
January 17, 2014 Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Di Bonaventura Pictures
July 1, 2015 Terminator Genisys China Movie Channel
July 31, 2015 Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation Bad Robot Productions, Alibaba Pictures, China Movie Channel, TC Productions
July 22, 2016 Star Trek Beyond Alibaba Pictures, Huahua Media, Bad Robot Productions, Sneaky Shark Productions and Perfect Storm Entertainment
October 21, 2016 Jack Reacher: Never Go Back TC Productions, Shanghai Film Group and Huahua Media
March 24, 2017 Life Columbia Pictures, Mockingbird Pictures Sony Pictures Releasing
May 25, 2017 Baywatch under Uncharted; Shanghai Film Group, Huahua Media, Seven Bucks Productions, The Montecito Picture Company, Fremantle Productions and Flynn Picture Company Paramount Pictures
October 20, 2017 Geostorm Electric Entertainment, RatPac-Dune Entertainment Warner Bros. Pictures
February 23, 2018 Annihilation Scott Rudin Productions, DNA Films Paramount Pictures (U.S. and Chinese distribution)
& Netflix (International distribution)
July 27, 2018 Mission: Impossible – Fallout Alibaba Pictures, Bad Robot Productions, TC Productions Paramount Pictures
October 11, 2019 Gemini Man[22] Alibaba Pictures, Fosun Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Films
November 1, 2019 Terminator: Dark Fate 20th Century Fox, Tencent Pictures, TSG Entertainment and Lightstorm Entertainment Paramount Pictures (U.S. distribution),
20th Century Fox (International distribution)
& Tencent Pictures (Chinese distribution)
December 13, 2019 6 Underground Bay Films Netflix
July 10, 2020 The Old Guard Denver and Delilah Productions and Marc Evans Productions
April 30, 2021 Without Remorse Paramount Pictures, New Republic Pictures, Weed Road Pictures, Outlier Society and Midnight Radio Productions Amazon Studios
July 2, 2021 The Tomorrow War Paramount Pictures and New Republic Pictures
July 23, 2021 Snake Eyes Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Entertainment One and Di Bonaventura Pictures Paramount Pictures
March 11, 2022 The Adam Project 21 Laps Entertainment and Maximum Effort Netflix
May 27, 2022 Top Gun: Maverick Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films Paramount Pictures
August 5, 2022 Luck[23] Skydance Animation and Skydance Animation Madrid Apple TV+


Release Title Co-production companies Distributor(s)
September 30, 2022 The Greatest Beer Run Ever[24] Living Films Apple TV+
June 9, 2023 Transformers: Rise of the Beasts[25] Entertainment One, Di Bonaventura Pictures, New Republic Pictures and Bay Films Paramount Pictures
July 14, 2023 Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One TC Productions
December 22, 2023 Star Trek 4 Bad Robot Productions, Sneaky Shark Productions
June 28, 2024 Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two TC Productions
TBA Rainbow Six Weed Road Pictures, Outlier Society and Midnight Radio Productions
G.I. Joe: Ever Vigilant Entertainment One and Di Bonaventura Pictures
Untitled Ben Affleck Nike film Studio 8, Mandalay Sports Media and Pearl Street Films Amazon Studios
Heart of Stone[26] Pilot Wave and Mockingbird Pictures Netflix
Spellbound Skydance Animation and Skydance Animation Madrid Apple TV+

In developmentEdit

Title Co-production companies Distributor(s)
Bermuda[27] Paramount Pictures Paramount+
Buck Rogers[28]
Ghosted[29] Apple Original Films Apple TV+
The Gorge[30] Crooked Highway Warner Bros. Pictures
Old Guard 2[31] Denver and Delilah Productions and Marc Evans Productions Netflix
Spy Kids: Armageddon[32][33][34][35] Spyglass Media Group and Troublemaker Studios
Summer Frost[36] Temple Hill Entertainment Paramount Pictures

Skydance TelevisionEdit

Skydance Television, LLC
IndustryTelevision production
FoundedMay 1, 2013; 9 years ago (2013-05-01)
Key people
Marcy Ross (president)
Carolyn Harris (vice president)
ProductsTelevision series
ParentSkydance Media

Skydance Television is a television production company launched by Skydance on May 1, 2013. The division was hired by Marcy Ross as division president, and a month later, Carolyn Harris joined Skydance Television as vice president.

Television seriesEdit

First broadcast Last broadcast Title Network Seasons Episodes Production
July 27, 2014 December 15, 2015 Manhattan WGN America 2 23 Lionsgate Television, Skydance Television, Tribune Studios
May 8, 2015 April 29, 2022 Grace and Frankie Netflix 6 78 Okay Goodnight!, Skydance Television
October 1, 2017 January 6, 2018 Ten Days in the Valley ABC 1 10 Under Uncharted
February 2, 2018 February 27, 2020 Altered Carbon Netflix 2 18 Skydance Television
June 4, 2018 July 30, 2018 Dietland AMC 1 10 Under Uncharted
June 6, 2018 TBA Condor Audience Network 2 20 MGM Television, Skydance Television, Paramount Television
August 31, 2018 Jack Ryan Amazon Prime Video 2 16 Paramount Television Studios, Skydance Television, Platinum Dunes
September 24, 2021 Foundation Apple TV+ 1 10 Phantom Four, Skydance Television
February 4, 2022 Reacher Amazon Prime Video 1 8 Paramount Television Studios, Skydance Television, Blackjack Films
TBA Untitled Arnold Schwarzenegger series[37][38] Netflix TBA TBA Skydance Television
Untitled Miraculous live-action TV series[39] TBA ZAG Inc.
Sword Art Online[40][41] Netflix Skydance Television
Untitled Steins;Gate live-action TV series[42][43] TBA
Untitled Terminator anime series[44] Netflix Skydance Television, Production I.G

Skydance InteractiveEdit

Skydance Interactive, LLC
IndustryVideo games
Founded2016; 6 years ago (2016)
ParentSkydance Media

Skydance Interactive is a game studio focused on developing ambitious titles, managing projects licenses to other developers, and software developing innovative game mechanics and for VR and emerging platforms. The division of Skydance Media was launched in 2016.[45] In 2017, its first VR game, Archangel was launched. The game recently expanded into an online multiplayer upgrade, Archangel: Hellfire.[46]

In 2017, Skydance Interactive partnered with Skybound Entertainment to develop a number of original virtual reality video games based on the expansive world of The Walking Dead universe.[47] The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners was to be the inaugural title co-developed by the two companies. The studio is located in Marina del Rey, CA.[48]


Release Title
July 18, 2017 Archangel
April 6, 2018 PWND
January 23, 2020 The Walking Dead: Saints and Sinners

Skydance AnimationEdit

Skydance Animation, LLC
FoundedMarch 16, 2017; 5 years ago (2017-03-16)
Key people
ParentSkydance Media
DivisionsSkydance Animation Madrid

Skydance formed a multi-year partnership in March 2017 with Madrid-based Ilion Animation Studios and in July, announced its first two animated feature films — Luck, which opens on August 5, 2022, and Spellbound on November 11, 2022. On October 10, 2017, Bill Damaschke was hired to head the division as president of animation and family entertainment.[49]

Skydance Animation has signed on directors Alessandro Carloni (Kung Fu Panda 3) to direct Luck, Vicky Jenson (Shrek) to direct Spellbound, and Nathan Greno (Tangled) to write and direct Pookoo (formerly known as Powerless).[50] Peggy Holmes (Secret of the Wings and The Pirate Fairy) was later announced as new director of Luck, replacing Carloni who left over creative differences.[51]

Logo from 2017 to 2020

Skydance Animation hired former Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios CCO John Lasseter as Head of Animation in late January 2019, supplanting Damaschke.[52] This decision was met with disapproval from some contributors to various Skydance projects, owing to prior allegations of sexual misconduct against Lasseter during his time with Pixar.[53] Conversely, Damaschke stated that many people "[...] had strong feelings and felt like it was the right thing to do [...] and were excited to get to work with him" and it was "[...] definitely not a black-and-white situation."[54] Emma Thompson was to voice a character in Luck but left the project after Lasseter was hired.[55][56] Jane Fonda was cast as The Dragon in Luck.[57]

Holly Edwards, who previously served as Skydance Animation's Head of Production, was promoted to the position of president at Skydance Animation.[58]

On April 2, 2020, composer Alan Menken revealed that he is working alongside Lasseter on a project for the studio,[59] which was later announced to be Spellbound.[60] Skydance formally acquired Ilion Animation Studios and rebranded it as Skydance Animation Madrid in April 2020.[61] On July 30, the studio named Shane Prigmore for the newly created position of Senior Vice President of Development for Animation, in which he will oversee the creative development of all feature films and television series.[62] On December 16, 2020, Apple TV+ entered talks to take over the distribution rights to the films Luck and Spellbound.[63][64] More recently, Apple signed an overall deal with Skydance Animation which included animated films and television series. This includes a television adaptation of the novel The Search for WondLa by Tony DiTerlizzi. The series has been greenlit for two seasons and was announced to feature showrunner Lauren Montgomery as both the executive producer and writer.[65] She has since left the project and has been replaced by Bobs Gannaway, another of Lasseter’s Disney-era colleagues.

In February 2022, it was announced that Brad Bird will revive his long-dormant project Ray Gunn for Skydance Animation.[66]

On March 16, 2022, Rich Moore revealed that he has entered into an exclusive, multi-year overall deal with Skydance Animation.[67]


Films produced by Skydance Animation
Title U.S. release date Director(s) Composer(s) Co-production with Distribution Progress Budget Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic
Luck August 5, 2022 Peggy Holmes John Debney Apple Original Films
Skydance Animation Madrid[68]
Apple TV+[68] Finished $140-200 million[68] 49% (90 reviews)[69] 48 (18 reviews)[70]
Spellbound TBA Vicky Jenson Alan Menken[71]
Alan Menken
Glenn Slater
In development TBA TBA TBA
Ray Gunn[72] Brad Bird Michael Giacchino[73]
Pookoo Nathan Greno TBA

Television seriesEdit

Title Network Showrunner Year Notes
The Search for WondLa Apple TV+ Bobs Gannaway TBA Based on the 2010 novel of the same name by Tony DiTerlizzi

Short filmsEdit

Title Release Director Composer Co-production with Distribution
Blush October 1, 2021 Joe Mateo Joy Ngiaw Apple Original Films
Skydance Animation Madrid
Apple TV+

Skydance New MediaEdit

Skydance New Media
IndustryVideo games
FoundedNovember 2019; 2 years ago (2019-11)
Key people
Amy Hennig (president)
ParentSkydance Media

Skydance New Media is a video game development studio founded by Skydance in November 2019, led by Amy Hennig.[74] In October 2021, the studio announced a planned collaboration with Marvel Entertainment for an action-adventure game.[75] In April 2022, it was announced that Lucasfilm Games would collaborate to make a game based in the Star Wars universe. Some have speculated that the game will be a revival of Project Ragtag, which was also led by Henning.[76][77]


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