Sony Pictures Animation
Sony Pictures Animation Inc. is an American animation studio that is a subsidiary of Sony Pictures and subsidiary of their Motion Picture Group, founded on May 9, 2002. The studio works closely with Sony Pictures Imageworks, which handles digital production and has animated nearly all of their films. All of its theatrical releases are currently distributed worldwide by Sony Pictures Releasing under their Columbia Pictures label, and all home video releases are distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The studio's movies and franchises include Open Season, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, The Smurfs, Hotel Transylvania, Goosebumps, the 2007 critically acclaimed, Oscar-nominated film Surf's Up, the 2017 critically panned The Emoji Movie.
|Subsidiary of Sony Pictures|
|Industry||Computer animated film industry|
|Founded||May 9, 2002|
|Headquarters||Culver City, California, United States|
|Kristine Belson (President)|
|Products||Theatrical animated short films
Theatrical animated feature films
Television animated series
Number of employees
|Parent||Sony Pictures Entertainment|
In 2001, Sony Pictures considered selling off its visual effects facility Sony Pictures Imageworks. After failing to find a suitable buyer, having been impressed with the CGI sequences created for Stuart Little 2, and seeing the box office success of DreamWorks Animation's Shrek and Disney/Pixar's Monsters, Inc., SPI was reconfigured to become an animation studio. Astro Boy, which had been in development at Sony since 1997 as a live-action film, was set to be SPI's first all-CGI film. On May 9, 2002, Sony Pictures Animation was established to develop characters, stories and movies, with SPI taking over the digital production while maintaining its visual effects production. Meanwhile, SPI produced two short films, the Academy Award-winning The ChubbChubbs! and Early Bloomer, as a result of testing its strengths and weaknesses in producing all-CG animation.
On its first anniversary on May 9, 2003, Sony Pictures Animation announced a full slate of animated projects in development: Open Season, an adaptation of a Celtic folk ballad Tam Lin, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Surf's Up, and a feature-length version of the short film The ChubbChubbs!.
Its first feature film was Open Season, released in September 2006, which became Sony's second-highest-grossing home entertainment film in 2007 and spawned three direct-to-video sequels. Its second feature film, Surf's Up was released in June 2007, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, and won two Annie Awards. A motion-captured animated film, Neanderthals, written and produced by Jon Favreau, was cancelled sometime in 2008, after four years in development. SPA's first 3D movie since the IMAX 3D release of Open Season, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, was released in September 2009, and was nominated for four Annie Awards, including Best Animated Feature. The Smurfs (2011) was the studio's first CGI/live-action hybrid and is currently its most successful release. SPA's parent company Sony Pictures had partnered in 2007 with Aardman Animations to finance, co-produce and distribute feature films. Together, they produced two films; Arthur Christmas (2011), and The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists! (2012), which was SPA's first stop-motion film. In September 2012, SPA released Hotel Transylvania, which grossed over $350 million worldwide and launched a successful franchise with a sequel, a TV series, and an upcoming third installment, which is slated for a 2018 release. SPA's latest releases are Smurfs: The Lost Village, the fully animated reboot to the live-action Smurfs films; The Emoji Movie, a computer-animated film based off emojis, and The Star, an animated comedy based on the Nativity of Jesus. SPA has since signed Genndy Tartakovsky to a long-term deal with the studio to develop and direct original films.
The studio is currently working on Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (2018), Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018), an untitled Phil Lord and Christopher Miller animated film (2020), and Vivo (2020). It has many other projects in development, including an untitled robot apocalypse/road trip film directed by Michael Rianda; an animated Ghostbusters film, and an untitled superhero film directed by Shannon Tindle, creator of Focus Features/Laika's Kubo and the Two Strings. Additionally, SPA has three currently untitled projects slated for 2020; the release dates are April 3, 2020, July 24, 2020 and September 25, 2020.
On November 3, 2014, the studio made a deal with Cartoon Hangover to create GO! Cartoons, an incubator series consisting of 12 short films, with at least one short film being developed into a series. The short films were funded by SPA, with the additional goal of attracting new talent for the studio.
According to Kristine Belson, president of SPA, the studio produces films on a 1:1 development-to-production ratio, meaning that the studio puts films into development as much as it places films in production, unlike other animation studios.
The studio also currently has plans to produce adult animated content for digital platforms.
|#||Title||Release date||Co-production with||Animation service(s)||Budget||Gross||RT||MC|
|1||Open Season||September 29, 2006||N/A||Sony Pictures Imageworks||$85 million||$197 million||48%||49|
|2||Surf's Up||June 8, 2007||$100 million||$149 million||78%||64|
|3||Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs||September 18, 2009||$243 million||87%||66|
|4||The Smurfs[S]||July 29, 2011||The Kerner Entertainment Company||$110 million||$564 million||22%||30|
|5||Arthur Christmas[R]||November 23, 2011||Aardman Animations||$100 million||$147 million||92%||69|
|6||The Pirates! Band of Misfits[R]||April 27, 2012||Aardman Animations
|$55 million||$123 million||86%||73|
|7||Hotel Transylvania||September 28, 2012||N/A||Sony Pictures Imageworks||$85 million||$358 million||45%||47|
|8||The Smurfs 2[S]||July 31, 2013||The Kerner Entertainment Company||$105 million||$347 million||14%||34|
|9||Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2||September 27, 2013||N/A||$78 million||$274 million||71%||59|
|10||Hotel Transylvania 2||September 25, 2015||LStar Capital||$80 million||$473 million||55%||44|
|11||Goosebumps[R][S]||October 16, 2015||LStar Capital
Village Roadshow Pictures
|Moving Picture Company||$58 million||$150 million||76%||60|
|12||Smurfs: The Lost Village||April 7, 2017||The Kerner Entertainment Company
|Sony Pictures Imageworks||$60 million||$197 million||38%||40|
|13||The Emoji Movie||July 28, 2017||N/A||$50 million||$217 million||9%||12|
|14||The Star||November 17, 2017||The Jim Henson Company
|Cinesite Studios||$20 million||$62 million||44%||42|
|15||Peter Rabbit[R][S]||February 9, 2018||Olive Bridge Entertainment
|Animal Logic||$50 million||$299 million||62%||50|
|#||Title||Release date||Ref(s)||Co-production with||Animation service(s)|
|16||Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation||July 13, 2018||||Media Rights Capital||Sony Pictures Imageworks|
|17||Goosebumps: Slappy Halloween[R][S]||October 12, 2018||||Original Film
|Moving Picture Company|
|18||Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse||December 14, 2018||||Marvel Entertainment||Sony Pictures Imageworks|
|19||Wish Dragon||2019||||Beijing Sparkle Roll Media Corporation
Flagship Entertainment Group
|20||Untitled film||December 25, 2019||||TBA||TBA|
|21||Untitled Phil Lord and Christopher Miller film||February 7, 2020|||
|22||Untitled films||April 3, 2020|||
|23||July 24, 2020|
|24||September 25, 2020|
|25||Vivo||November 6, 2020|||
Films in developmentEdit
|Harold and the Purple Crayon|||
|Untitled Michael Rianda film|||
|Untitled Shannon Tindle film|||
|Untitled Jon Saunders film|||
- S Combines live-action with animation.
Direct-to-video feature filmsEdit
|#||Title||Release date||Co-production with||Animation service(s)|
|1||Open Season 2||January 27, 2009||N/A||Reel FX Creative Studios|
|2||Open Season 3||January 25, 2011|
|3||Open Season: Scared Silly||March 8, 2016||Rainmaker Entertainment|
|4||Surf's Up 2: WaveMania||January 17, 2017||WWE Studios|
|#||Title||Premiere date||End date||Network||Co-production with|
|1||Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs||February 20, 2017||TBA||Cartoon Network (United States) (2017)
Boomerang SVOD (United States) (2018–present)
|2||Hotel Transylvania: The Series||June 25, 2017||Disney Channel (United States)
|3||Ghostbusters: Ecto Force||TBA||TBA||TBA|
|#||Title||Premiere date||End date||Network||Co-production with|
|1||GO! Cartoons||November 7, 2017||April 10, 2018||Cartoon Hangover||Frederator Studios|
|#||Title||Release date||Animation services||Release with||Notes|
|1||The ChubbChubbs!||July 3, 2002||Sony Pictures Imageworks||Men in Black II||Theatrical release|
|2||Early Bloomer||May 9, 2003||Daddy Day Care|
|3||Boog and Elliot's Midnight Bun Run||January 30, 2007||Open Season||Home video release|
|4||The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas||August 8, 2007||Sony Pictures Imageworks
|Daddy Day Camp||Theatrical release|
|5||The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol||December 2, 2011||Sony Pictures Imageworks
|The Smurfs||Home video release|
|6||So You Want to Be a Pirate!||August 28, 2012||Aardman Animations||The Pirates! Band of Misfits|
|7||Goodnight Mr. Foot||October 26, 2012||Rough Draft Studios||Hotel Transylvania||Limited theatrical release|
|8||The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow||September 10, 2013||Sony Pictures Imageworks
|The Smurfs 2||Home video release|
|9||Super Manny||October 2, 2013||Sony Pictures Imageworks
6 Point Harness
|Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2|
|10||Earl Scouts||October 11, 2013|
|11||Steve's First Bath||January 28, 2014|
|12||Attack of the 50-Foot Gummi Bear||6 Point Harness|
|13||Puppy!||July 28, 2017||Sony Pictures Imageworks||The Emoji Movie||Theatrical release|
|14||Flopsy Turvy||March 30, 2018||Animal Logic||Peter Rabbit||Limited theatrical release|
|2002||The Chubbchubbs!||Best Animated Short||Eric Armstrong||Won|
|2007||Surf's Up||Best Animated Feature||Ash Brannon and Chris Buck||Nominated|
|2012||The Pirates! Band of Misfits||Peter Lord|
|2009||Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs||Best Animated Feature Film||Phil Lord and Christopher Miller||Nominated|
|2011||Arthur Christmas||Sarah Smith|
|2012||Hotel Transylvania||Genndy Tartakovsky|
|2017||The Star||Best Original Song||"The Star"|
Critics' Choice AwardsEdit
|2009||Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs||Best Animated Feature||Phil Lord and Christopher Miller||Nominated|
|2011||Arthur Christmas||Sarah Smith|
|2006||Open Season||Best Animated Feature||Nominated|
|2007||Surf's Up||Best Animated Feature|
|Animated Effects||Deborah Carlson||Won|
|Animation Production Artist||John Clark|
|Character Animation in a Feature Production||Dave Hardin||Nominated|
|Character Animation in a Feature Production||Alan Hawkins|
|Character Design in an Animated Feature Production||Sylvain Deboissy|
|Directing in an Animated Feature Production||Ash Brannon and Chris Buck|
|Production Design in an Animated Feature Production||Marcelo Vignali|
|Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production||Denise Koyama|
|Writing in an Animated Feature Production||Don Rhymer, Ash Brannon, and Chris Buck|
|2009||Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs||Best Animated Feature|
|Animated Effects||Tom Kluyskens|
|Directing in a Feature Production||Phil Lord and Christopher Miller|
|Writing in a Feature Production|
|2011||Arthur Christmas||Best Animated Feature|
|Character Design in a Feature Production||Peter de Sève|
|Storyboarding in a Feature Production||Kris Pearn|
|Voice Acting in a Feature Production||Ashley Jensen|
|Writing in a Feature Production||Sarah Smith, Peter Baynham||Nominated|
|2012||The Pirates! Band of Misfits||Best Animated Feature|
|Character Animation in a Feature Production||Will Beecher|
|Production Design in an Animated Feature Production||Norman Garwood and Matt Berry|
|Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production||Imelda Staunton|
|Writing in an Animated Feature Production||Gideon Defoe|
|Hotel Transylvania||Best Animated Feature|
|Character Design in an Animated Feature Production||Carlos Grangel|
|Directing in an Animated Feature Production||Genndy Tartakovsky|
|Music in an Animated Feature Production||Mark Mothersbaugh|
|Production Design in an Animated Feature Production||Marcello Vignali|
|Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production||Adam Sandler|
|Editorial in an Animated Feature Production||Catherine Apple|
|2013||The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow||Directing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production||Stephan Franck|
|Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2||Character Design in an Animated Feature Production||Craig Kellman|
|Music in an Animated Feature Production||Mark Mothersbaugh|
|Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production||Terry Crews|
|2015||Hotel Transylvania 2||Outstanding Animated Effects in an Animated Production||Chris Logan, Brian Casper, Gavin Baxter and William Eckroat|
|Outstanding Character Design in an Animated Production||Craig Kellman and Stephen DeStefano|
|Outstanding Storyboarding in an Animated Production||Mike Smukavic|
|2017||Smurfs: The Lost Village||Character Design in an Animated Feature Production||Patrick Mate|
|The Star||Best Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production||Louie del Carmen|
|Best Editorial in an Animated Feature Production||Pamela Ziegenhagen|
Kids' Choice AwardsEdit
|2006||Open Season||Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie||Ashton Kutcher||Nominated|
|2011||The Smurfs||Favorite Movie|
|Favorite Movie Actress||Sofía Vergara|
|Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie||Katy Perry||Won|
|2012||Hotel Transylvania||Adam Sandler|
|2013||The Smurfs 2||Favorite Movie||Nominated|
|Favorite Movie Actor||Neil Patrick Harris|
|Favorite Movie Actress||Jayma Mays|
|Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie||Katy Perry|
|Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2||Favorite Animated Movie|
|2015||Hotel Transylvania 2||Won|
|Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie||Selena Gomez||Nominated|
|2017||Smurfs: The Lost Village||Favorite Animated Movie|
|The Emoji Movie|
Golden Raspberry AwardsEdit
|2013||The Smurfs 2||Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel||Jordan Kerner||Nominated|
|2017||The Emoji Movie||Worst Picture||Michelle Raimo Kouyate||Won|
|Worst Director||Tony Leondis|
|Worst Screenplay||Tony Leondis, Eric Siegel and Mike White|
|Worst Screen Combo||Any two obnoxious emojis|
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