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Blue Sky Studios
Blue Sky Studios logo
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Title Blue Sky Studios
Founder Chris Wedge
V. Gopalakrishnan
Year founded February 1987
Headquarters Greenwich, Connecticut, USA
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Parent Company 20th Century Fox
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Blue Sky Studios is a Connecticut-based CGI animation company, which makes the Ice Age movies. It is fully owned by 20th Century Fox.

History

Blue Sky Studios was founded in February 1987 by animators that had done work on the Disney film Tron: Chris Wedge, Carl Ludwig, Dr. Eugene Troubetzkoy, Alison Brown, David Brown and Michael Ferraro, during their employment at Mathematical Applications Group, Inc.. During the late 1980s and 90s, the studio focused chiefly on television commercials such as Chock Full O' Nuts, M&M/Mars, and United States Marine and visual effects in a number of films.

Blue Sky merged into 20th Century Fox in 1997. Their first feature movie was Ice Age, which was released in 2002 and distributed by Fox. It has since then been solely focused on animated features.

For 20th Century Fox's 75th anniversary, Blue Sky did a new 20th Century Fox logo with an extra searchlight and palm trees. This logo was first seen on Avatar.

Filmography

Ice Age Films

Ice Age shorts

Rio Films

  • Rio (2011)
  • Rio 2 (2014)
  • Rio 3 (2020)

Other movies

  • Robots (2005)
  • Horton Hears A Who! (2008)
  • Epic (2013)
  • The Peanuts Movie (2015)
  • Ferdinand (2017)
  • Anubis (2018)
  • Pigeon Impossible (2019)
  • Pucks (2022)

Other shorts

  • Bunny (1998)
  • Aunt Fanny's Tour of Booty (2005)
  • Umbrellacorn (2013)

References

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