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The Emoji Movie
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Italy Box Office $3,899,454Details
Worldwide Box Office $216,797,089Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $9,081,378 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $7,345,311 Details
Total North America Video Sales $16,426,689
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Synopsis

Hidden within the messaging app is Textopolis, a bustling city where all your favorite emojis live, hoping to be selected by the phone’s user. In this world, each emoji has only one facial expression—except for Gene, an exuberant emoji who was born without a filter and is bursting with multiple expressions. Determined to become “normal” like the other emojis, Gene enlists the help of his handy best friend Hi-5 and the notorious code breaker emoji Jailbreak. Together, they embark on an epic “app-venture” through the apps on the phone, each its own wild and fun world, to find the Code that will fix Gene. But when a greater danger threatens the phone, the fate of all emojis depends on these three unlikely friends who must save their world before it’s deleted forever.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$50,000,000
Italy Releases: September 28th, 2017 (Wide), released as Emoji - Accendi le Emozioni
Video Release: October 10th, 2017 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2480 (Cert #50909), 6/14/2017)
Running Time: 86 minutes
Keywords: Social Media, Internet, Family Movie
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Sony Pictures Animation
Production Countries: United States

Home Market Releases for October 24th, 2017

October 25th, 2017

War for the Planet of the Apes

There are not many films on this week’s list of home market releases, but there are several bigger titles making their home market debut. Some, like Cars 3, are only coming out on Video on Demand, but there are also some serious Pick of the Week contenders hitting DVD / Blu-ray as well. Of these contenders, War for the Planet of the Apes has the best combination of reviews and extras on the Blu-ray Combo Pack. More...

Home Market Releases for October 10th, 2017

October 10th, 2017

Maudie

It’s a good week for the home market with top notch releases in nearly every category. Baby Driver is the biggest first run release of the week and one of the best releases. The Lure is a foreign-language film and one of two Criterion Collection releases in competition for Pick of the Week. Maudie is a Canadian limited release that did surprisingly well in theaters. Finally there’s Othello, which first came out more than 60 years ago. The only thing we are missing is a TV on DVD title. As for the winner, I’m giving Pick of the Week to, Othello, while Maudie wins Puck of the Week for Best Canadian Release. More...

International Box Office: Creation Rises to First with $42 million

August 24th, 2017

Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation climbed into first place internationally last weekend, with $42.0 million on 13,209 screens in 56 markets for totals of $96.7 million overseas, and $160.9 million worldwide. The film’s biggest new market was Mexico, where it earned a first-place $8 million on 3,086 screens, while it also earned first place in Brazil with $4.4 million on 1,263 screens. However, its most impressive market was India, where it earned first place with $4.4 million on 1,159 screens. It is very rare for non-Indian films to top the chart in India.

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Weekend Estimates: Annabelle to the Rescue

August 13th, 2017

Annabelle: Creation

After a series of lackluster weekends at the box office, Annabelle: Creation is doing its bit to clear away the end-of-Summertime blues with a $35 million opening this weekend. That’s right in line with the $37 million Annabelle opened with three years ago, which is an impressive performance for a horror franchise. It’s also the best opening for a horror movie since Split’s $40 million start back in January. The first film in the franchise fell away quite rapidly, and ended up with $84 million in total, so a final total of over $100 million is far from assured, but with a production budget of only $15 million, and probably not much more than $20 million in marketing, this should be a highly profitable movie for Warner Bros., especially since the franchise is popular globally. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Annabelle Saves Summer with $4 million in Previews

August 11th, 2017

Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation needed a $3 million during its previews to have a chance at saving the summer, and even then it would need better than average legs for the genre to hit $30 million during its opening weekend. Fortunately, it earned $4 million in previews. This is more than twice as much as Don’t Breathe and Lights Out earned this time last year; however, those two films were not sequels and sequels tend to have shorter legs. Annabelle’s reviews are 68% positive at the moment, which is good enough for this time of year. At this point, opening with more than $30 million is a safe bet, while $35 million to $40 million isn’t out of the question. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Annabelle Scare the Box Office to Life?

August 10th, 2017

Annabelle: Creation

Unless Annabelle: Creation is a $30 million hit, it is safe to say summer ended a couple of weeks ago. The film has about a 50/50 chance of getting there. The Nut Job: Nutty by Nature is widely expected set a record this week, but not a good one. Finally there’s The Glass Castle, which is only opening semi-wide. Overall, the box office looks weak compared to this weekend last year. Sausage Party opened with $34.26 million, which is more than any film this year will make. Worse still, Suicide Squad won the weekend with $43.54 million. 2017 is going to lose to 2016 in the year-over-year comparison by at least $43.54 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dark Tower Struggles with $19.15 million

August 8th, 2017

The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower opened on the very low end of expectation with just $19.15 million over the weekend. The rest of the box office was more or less in line with predictions, leading to a $122 million haul, which is a 15% decline from last weekend. A 15% decline is pretty normal this time of year. What isn’t normal is a decline of 47% from last year; a year-over-year decline like that normally only happens when there’s a misalignment in holiday, but it wasn’t a surprise, as Suicide Squad earned more last year than the entire box office earned this year. 2017 was already behind 2016’s pace by a large amount, but that deficit more than doubled from last weekend and is now $270 million or 3.8% at $6.89 billion to $7.17 billion. Remember, 2017 started the summer about $200 million ahead of 2016, so the summer has been a disaster at the box office. More...

Weekend Estimates: Dark Tower Sneaks Unconvincing Weekend Win

August 6th, 2017

The Dark Tower

Suddenly, it feels like the end of Summer at the box office. Last weekend’s modest opening for The Emoji Movie made the top end of the chart look weak, and The Dark Tower’s projected $19.5 million debut this weekend has done nothing to fill the void. There are a few films coming out in the next few weeks that could unexpectedly produce robust numbers (The Hitman’s Bodyguard is probably the best bet for a surprise break-out), but there’s nothing on the schedule until Kingsman: The Golden Circle and The Lego Ninjago Movie come out on September 22 that can be relied on to crack $100 million at the domestic box office. More...

Friday Estimates: Dark Tower’s Chances Dim with $7.73 million Opening Day

August 5th, 2017

The Dark Tower

On the positive side, The Dark Tower topped the chart on Friday. On the negative side, it missed both our original prediction, as well as our lowered expectations with just $7.725 million. The film’s reviews are terrible at 19% positive, while its CinemaScore is a mere B, so that’s bad news for the film’s legs, putting it on pace for between $18 million and $19 million. It’s good news for Dunkirk, which has a real shot at first place on the weekend chart for the third weekend in a row. More...

Weekend Predictions: Has Summer Ended?

August 3rd, 2017

The Dark Tower

August has begun, but I’m starting to think Summer has already ended. The Dark Tower was expected to be the big hit of the weekend, but its reviews are a lot weaker than anticipated. Kidnap is also opening wide and its early reviews were good, but that has changed as the day has gone on. Furthermore, it’s buzz is really quiet, so its box office chances are not good. Finally Detroit is expanding wide this weekend. Its reviews are among the best we’ve seen all summer, but it is tough to go from a limited release to a wide release, so I’m not overly optimistic. This weekend last year, Suicide Squad opened with $133.68 million. It is very likely the entire box office will be less than $133.68 million this weekend. 2017 is going to get destroyed in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dunkirk Does in the Competition with $26.61 million

August 1st, 2017

Dunkirk

Summer is coming to a close, as the two new releases, The Emoji Movie and Atomic Blonde had okay openings over the weekend. Dunkirk was able to earn first place with $26.61 million, which is great news for that movie, but bad news for the overall box office, as it is the worst result for a number one film since April. Overall, the box office fell 20% from last week to $144 million. This is 24% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 is now behind 2016 by 1.7% or $120 million at $6.70 billion to $6.82 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Dunkirk Gives Emojis a Sad Face

July 30th, 2017

Dunkirk

A solid second weekend will be enough to keep Dunkirk at the top of the box office chart this weekend, as The Emoji Movie falls short of a par performance for a family-friendly animated film. Christopher Nolan’s war movie will fall 44% from it opening—a decent figure these days—to earn $28.1 million this time around, according to Warner Bros.’ projection released on Sunday morning. That will take it past $100 million domestically today, puts it on course for around $200 million domestically in total. More...

Friday Estimates: Emoji Earns $10.05 million in Emotional Start

July 29th, 2017

The Emoji Movie

The weekend got off to a strange start with The Emoji Movie earning first place on Friday with $10.05 million. That’s the good news. The bad news is in the future. Not only is the film’s Tomatometer Score just 6% positive, not only are the critics aggressive in their negative reviews, but the film only managed a B from CinemaScore. Family films rarely earn less than a A minus from CinemaScore, so this will be devastating for its legs. That said, a $10.05 million start is still impressive and a second place, $28 million debut is enough that it will break even early in its home market run. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Atomic Nukes the Competition with $1.52 million

July 28th, 2017

Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde easily topped The Emoji Movie during previews, earning $1.52 million. However, had the action flick not topped the family film, it would have been a disaster. Compared to other recent action films, Atomic Blonde underperformed Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets ($1.7 million) and Baby Driver ($2.1 million), but at least it topped King Arthur: Legend of the Sword ($1.15 million). This summer, the average action film has opened with just over 10 times what it made during its previews, which is bad news for Atomic Blonde, as it puts the film’s opening weekend at $15 million to $16 million. Its reviews are good, but not great enough to really change this trend. Even $20 million would be a boon after this start. More...

Weekend Predictions: Atomic Blonde and The Emoji Movie Take On Dunkirk

July 27th, 2017

Atomic Blonde

The final weekend of July has two wide releases, Atomic Blonde and The Emoji Movie. Neither are expected to be monster hits, but both could be profitable at the box office. Atomic Blonde’s reviews are excellent and its connections to the John Wick movies could get people into theaters. The Emoji Movie still has no reviews and its buzz is incredibly negative. I haven’t seen buzz this negative since Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul. This does give Dunkirk a real shot at repeating on top of the chart. This weekend last year, Jason Bourne opened with nearly $60 million, which will likely be more than both new releases this year earn. Even if Dunkirk has better legs than expected, there’s little hope 2017 will win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Going Nuclear

July 20th, 2017

Girls: Season 6

Next weekend could be one of the closest races we’ve seen all year. I can almost guarantee Atomic Blonde will have better previews and will top the chart on Friday; however, The Emoji Movie is just as likely to win on Saturday and that could be enough to win overall. It is literally a coin toss to pick the target film in this week’s box office prediction contest and Atomic Blonde won that toss. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening three-day weekend box office number for Atomic Blonde.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film’s opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Girls: Season Six on Blu-ray. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film’s opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a Frankenprise consisting of one TV on DVD release. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven’t won, or haven’t won recently, and they will also win a Frankenprize, as described above.

Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don’t delay! More...

2017 Preview: July

July 1st, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

I hate it when the first of the month lands on a Saturday. By the time this story goes live, we will still have almost no box office data for Despicable Me 3, so we won’t know if June ended on a positive note. Fortunately, Wonder Woman beat expectations and might end up as the biggest hit of the summer, at least for a little while. July begins with Spider-Man: Homecoming, which should make at least $300 million and is the last film being released this summer that has a shot at being a $400 million hit domestically. It is very likely that nothing else this month will come within $100 million of that movie, so that could help its legs. There are a few potential $100 million hits, including War for the Planet of the Apes, Dunkirk, and a couple of other long shots. Last July had a similar feel with The Secret Life of Pets topping the list with well over $300 million, while there were five other $100 million hits. This July would have to beat expectations substantially to match this performance. I’m not confident 2017 will be able to maintain its pace at the box office. I’m worried at least one big film will struggled and 2017 will end the month behind 2016’s pace. More...

The Emoji Movie Trailer

June 21st, 2017

Animated adventure with the voices of T.J. Miller and James Corden, and Anna Faris opens July 28 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Because some of our sources provide box office data in their local currency, while we use USD in the graph above and table below, exchange rate fluctuations can have effect on the data causing stronger increases or even decreases of the cumulative box office.

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/09/29 1 $1,284,115   508 $2,528   $1,284,115 1
2017/10/06 2 $890,883 -31% 515 $1,730   $2,401,117 2
2017/10/13 3 $486,248 -45% 395 $1,231   $3,074,523 3
2017/10/20 7 $312,825 -36% 185 $1,691   $3,451,716 4
2017/10/27 12 $102,264 -67% 161 $635   $3,534,513 5
2017/11/03 - $32,642 -68% 53 $616   $3,759,495 6
2017/11/10 - $17,230 -47% 30 $574   $3,799,002 7
2017/11/17 - $9,416 -45% 7 $1,345   $3,832,189 8
2017/11/24 - $4,029 -57% 6 $672   $3,837,394 9
2017/12/01 - $2,440 -39% 4 $610   $3,841,352 10
2017/12/08 - $1,695 -31% 4 $424   $3,843,047 11
2017/12/15 - $57 -97% 1 $57   $3,844,130 12
2018/02/16 - $805   1 $805   $0 21
2018/02/23 - $518 -36% 1 $518   $3,899,454 22

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 8/10/2017 $844,579 319 319 1570 $4,536,297 12/19/2017
Aruba 8/3/2017 $0 0 5 17 $43,076 9/27/2017
Australia 9/8/2017 $162,486 144 359 2421 $10,627,480 1/4/2018
Austria 8/4/2017 $0 0 141 897 $1,172,488 12/6/2017
Bahrain 8/10/2017 $63,171 16 16 37 $248,808 10/9/2017
Belgium 8/9/2017 $414,373 90 95 1074 $2,382,171 12/14/2017
Bolivia 8/10/2017 $89,912 38 38 165 $437,028 10/9/2017
Brazil 9/1/2017 $2,055,250 933 933 3816 $7,592,966 12/19/2017
Bulgaria 8/18/2017 $74,485 70 70 538 $596,295 12/27/2017
Cambodia 8/24/2017 $26,620 47 47 76 $39,219 9/5/2017
Central America 8/3/2017 $0 0 203 589 $1,702,865 11/8/2017
Chile 8/3/2017 $0 0 88 601 $2,335,717 10/24/2017
Colombia 8/3/2017 $0 0 235 690 $1,841,944 11/21/2017
Croatia 8/3/2017 $0 0 41 267 $132,190 11/15/2017
Curacao 8/3/2017 $0 0 7 24 $34,945 9/27/2017
Czech Republic 8/18/2017 $28,451 29 128 699 $1,053,461 10/31/2017
Denmark 8/3/2017 $0 0 112 708 $1,565,433 11/29/2017
Dominican Republic 8/3/2017 $0 0 27 198 $221,118 10/25/2017
East Africa 8/18/2017 $1,998 1 1 2 $4,172 8/30/2017
Ecuador 8/4/2017 $0 0 132 370 $1,291,229 10/24/2017
Egypt 8/10/2017 $24,453 12 12 45 $117,598 10/3/2017
Estonia 8/18/2017 $100,594 25 25 123 $291,887 10/16/2017
Finland 8/11/2017 $155,291 109 109 642 $916,427 11/29/2017
France 10/20/2017 $998,918 368 420 2136 $5,622,976 11/29/2017
Germany 8/3/2017 $1,178,322 0 890 5462 $5,728,605 6/29/2018
Ghana 8/11/2017 $1,152 3 3 13 $8,401 9/18/2017
Greece 9/21/2017 $125,192 129 129 555 $482,864 12/6/2017
Hong Kong 8/3/2017 $0 0 77 188 $1,242,993 9/25/2017
Hungary 8/10/2017 $180,941 61 68 423 $631,129 11/29/2017
Iceland 8/23/2017 $63,273 12 12 50 $188,243 11/15/2017
India 8/11/2017 $93,662 130 130 145 $162,848 8/30/2017
Indonesia 8/11/2017 $326,023 214 214 315 $539,975 9/18/2017
Iraq 8/10/2017 $13,782 5 9 30 $60,435 9/18/2017
Israel 7/27/2017 $0 0 35 377 $2,557,494 12/19/2017
Italy 9/28/2017 $1,284,115 508 515 1871 $3,899,454 2/27/2018
Jamaica 8/2/2017 $0 0 6 21 $66,269 9/25/2017
Japan 2/17/2018 $13,729 36 36 83 $33,279 3/14/2018
Jordan 8/10/2017 $33,122 8 9 32 $156,135 10/18/2017
Kenya 7/28/2017 $0 0 13 62 $52,717 10/3/2017
Kuwait 8/10/2017 $150,909 24 24 46 $399,694 8/30/2017
Latvia 8/18/2017 $62,383 29 29 108 $286,912 11/21/2017
Lebanon 8/10/2017 $67,508 27 27 100 $274,245 10/25/2017
Lithuania 8/18/2017 $3,919 6 186 817 $319,499 6/19/2018
Malaysia 8/17/2017 $244,940 145 169 518 $711,485 10/3/2017
Mexico 8/3/2017 $2,390,708 0 753 1633 $7,728,730 10/25/2017
Netherlands 8/9/2017 $454,857 132 248 1951 $3,621,580 11/15/2017
New Zealand 9/22/2017 $146,839 68 79 517 $1,288,805 12/18/2017
Nigeria 8/11/2017 $12,570 27 27 134 $94,492 10/18/2017
North America 7/28/2017 $24,531,923 4075 4075 23453 $86,089,513
Norway 8/25/2017 $361,051 196 196 817 $1,328,842 12/19/2017
Oman 8/10/2017 $24,797 18 18 35 $75,215 9/5/2017
Pakistan 8/4/2017 $0 0 4 9 $25,663 8/30/2017
Paraguay 8/10/2017 $29,463 26 26 113 $121,028 10/9/2017
Peru 8/3/2017 $0 0 76 233 $1,695,699 9/18/2017
Philippines 8/23/2017 $382,670 159 159 254 $643,510 9/25/2017
Poland 10/13/2017 $989,510 199 206 1310 $3,258,186 12/19/2017
Portugal 8/10/2017 $345,611 90 90 600 $2,013,376 12/6/2017
Qatar 8/10/2017 $97,931 19 19 40 $240,017 9/18/2017
Romania 8/11/2017 $152,013 75 75 491 $705,991 11/21/2017
Russia (CIS) 8/18/2017 $2,465,226 1324 1324 5209 $6,686,623 11/8/2017
Serbia and Montenegro 8/3/2017 $0 0 26 114 $50,784 10/24/2017
Singapore 8/8/2017 $433,942 39 39 142 $729,241 9/25/2017
Slovakia 8/18/2017 $19,459 16 66 298 $483,719 10/16/2017
Slovenia 8/17/2017 $8,087 18 18 61 $32,138 11/15/2017
South Africa 9/22/2017 $319,667 120 124 697 $1,301,104 11/29/2017
South Korea 7/26/2017 $0 0 133 200 $255,592 9/21/2017
Spain 8/11/2017 $1,402,021 515 515 3222 $7,721,590 12/19/2017
Suriname 8/3/2017 $0 0 2 8 $13,316 9/27/2017
Sweden 8/9/2017 $506,841 219 219 1161 $1,818,438 12/6/2017
Switzerland 8/3/2017 $0 0 94 542 $1,096,413 12/19/2017
Syria 8/10/2017 $6,363 3 3 8 $22,028 9/5/2017
Taiwan 8/11/2017 $132,873 80 80 199 $367,891 9/25/2017
Thailand 8/31/2017 $64,132 81 81 136 $214,365 10/11/2017
Trinidad 8/2/2017 $0 0 22 74 $252,832 9/25/2017
Turkey 8/11/2017 $75,689 262 273 1296 $433,711 10/9/2017
Ukraine 8/17/2017 $313,678 310 310 1067 $985,755 10/24/2017
United Arab Emirates 8/10/2017 $445,202 84 84 194 $1,288,692 11/8/2017
United Kingdom 8/4/2017 $3,523,412 544 605 6409 $19,583,016 3/20/2018
Uruguay 8/3/2017 $0 0 25 180 $495,820 11/29/2017
Venezuela 8/11/2017 $100,894 96 105 906 $1,223,243 12/6/2017
Vietnam 8/4/2017 $0 0 113 116 $199,665 8/30/2017
 
Worldwide Total$216,797,089 6/29/2018

Full financial estimates for this film, including domestic and international box office, video sales, video rentals, TV and ancillary revenue are available through our research services. For more information, please contact us at research@the-numbers.com.

Lead Ensemble Members

   Gene
   Hi-5
   Jailbreak
   Smiler
   Mel Meh
   Mary Meh
   Flamenco Dancer
   “Devil” Steven
   Poop

Supporting Cast

Christina Aguilera    Akiko Glitter
Rachael Ray    Spam
Jeffrey Ross    Internet Troll
Jake T. Austin    Alex
Tati Gabrielle    Addie
Jude Kouyate    Poop Jr. “PJ”
Hunter March    Hysterical Laughter
Anthony Leondis    Laughter, Broom, Pizza
Melissa Sturm    Angel, Phone Store Employee
Eric Siegel    Reggie Ram Tech
Sean Giambrone    Travis
Timothy Durkin    Mr. Schnoebelen
Liam Aiken    Ronnie Ram Tech
Wendell Brooks    Ram Tech Bouncer
Thom Bishops    Fist Bump, Thumbs Up
Kevin Chamberlin    Gavel
Adam Brown    Flashlight, Trojan Soldier
Joe Whyte    Red Wagon
Conrad Vernon    Trojan Horse
William James Caparella*    Alien
Kate Miller    Heart Eyes
Rich B. Dietl    Nerd Emoji
Derek Mio    Elephant
Paige Eileen Caparella    Cat Heart Eyes
Carlos Alazraqui    Additional Voice
Keith Anthony    Additional Voice
Eric Bauza    Additional Voice
Bob Bergen    Additional Voice
John Cramer    Additional Voice
E.G. Daily*    Additional Voice
Debi Derryberry    Additional Voice
Terri Douglas    Additional Voice
Keith Ferguson    Additional Voice
Jess Harnell    Additional Voice
Amy Hill    Additional Voice
Gordon James    Additional Voice
John Kassir    Additional Voice
Josh Keaton    Additional Voice
Phil LaMarr    Additional Voice
Mona Marshall    Additional Voice
Scott Menville    Additional Voice
Max Mittelman    Additional Voice
Laraine Newman    Additional Voice
Alicyn Packard    Additional Voice
Paul Pape    Additional Voice
Tara Strong    Additional Voice
Fred Tatasciore    Additional Voice
Jessika Van    Additional Voice
Diamond White    Additional Voice
Debra Wilson    Additional Voice
Matthew Wood    Additional Voice

Narrator(s)

William Townsend    Rocket

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Michelle Raimo Kouyate    Producer
Tony Leondis*    Screenwriter
Eric Siegel    Screenwriter
Mike White    Screenwriter
Tony Leondis*    Story by
Eric Siegel    Story by
John Kreidman    Co-Producer
Theresa Bentz    Associate Producer
Patrick Doyle    Composer
William J. Caparella    Editor
Carlos Zaragoza    Production Designer
David Alexander Smith    Visual Effects Supervisor
Ryan Carlson    Art Director
Dean Gordon    Art Director
Tony Siruno    Character Designer
Mark Sperber    Head of Story
James Williams    Head of Layout
Sacha Kapijimpanga    Senior Animation Supervisor
Jojo Villanueva    Music Supervisor
Chad Ellis    Supervising Animator
Martin Esnaola Scotto    Supervising Animator
Michael Kimmel    Supervising Animator
Francois F. Laurent    Supervising Animator
Valerie Morrison    Supervising Animator
Jeff Panko    Supervising Animator
Nick Starcevic    Supervising Animator
Mario Capellari    Character CG Supervisor
Clara Chan    Character CG Supervisor
Matt Hausman    Character CG Supervisor
Benjamin Hendricks    Character CG Supervisor
Michael Muir    Character CG Supervisor
Mary Hidalgo    Casting Director
John Hoffman    Additional Screenplay Material by
Katherine Jones    Stereoscopic Supervisor
Ian Abando    Story Artist
Didier Ah-Koon    Story Artist
Bryan Andrews    Story Artist
Everett Downing    Story Artist
Steven Fonti    Story Artist
Frank Forte    Story Artist
Patrick Harpin    Story Artist
Anthony Holden    Story Artist
Jim Kammerud    Story Artist
Diana Kidlaied    Story Artist
Jorgen Klubien    Story Artist
John Nevarez    Story Artist
Shawn Palmer    Story Artist
Patrick Pakula    Story Artist
Lyndon Ruddy    Story Artist
Mike Smukavic    Story Artist
Chong Suk Lee    Story Artist
Miles Thompson    Story Artist
Scott Underwood    Story Artist
Erik Weise    Story Artist
Lashana Rodriguez    Script Supervisor
Andy Bialk    Character Designer
Brayden Kowalczuk    Character Designer
Andre Medina    Character Designer
Omar Smith    Character Designer
Shannon Tindle    Character Designer
Joyce Arrastia    Editor
Ivan Bilancio    Editor
John Bryant    Editor
Joe Monteleone    Associate Editor
Anna Solorio-Catalano    Associate Editor
Tony Ferdinand    First Assistant Editor
Alexander Wu    First Assistant Editor
Beth Marconi    Assistant Editor
Michael Hugh O’Donnell    Assistant Editor
David Teller    Assistant Editor
Brian D. Casper*    Character Effects Supervisor
Libby Thomas Dickey    Casting Associate
Jessica E. Smialek*    Post-Production Supervisor
Deb Adair    Re-recording Mixer
Chris Carpenter    Re-recording Mixer
Geoffrey G. Rubay    Supervising Sound Editor
Curt Schulkey    Supervising Sound Editor
John Pospisil    Sound Designer
Ryan Collins    Sound Effects Editor
Jussi Tegelman    Sound Effects Editor
John Dunn    Sound Effects Editor
Will Digby    Dialogue Editor
Randy K. Singer    Foley Mixer
Joe E. Rand    Music Editor
Robin Morrison    Music Editor

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.


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