History Creator / BlueSkyStudios

1st Apr '18 4:50:48 PM CartoonFan2009
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: ''Bunny'' and the first ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' movie were both very sombre, moody films. In the time between ''Ice Age'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'', the [[DenserAndWackier snarky, pop-culture heavy]] [[Creator/DreamWorksAnimation DreamWorks]] films became the new norm and, starting with ''Ice Age: Continental Drift'', the studio [[FollowTheLeader followed suit]].

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: ''Bunny'' and the first ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' movie were both very sombre, moody films. In the time between ''Ice Age'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Robots}}'', the [[DenserAndWackier snarky, pop-culture heavy]] [[Creator/DreamWorksAnimation DreamWorks]] films became the new norm and, starting with ''Rio'' and ''Ice Age: Continental Drift'', the studio [[FollowTheLeader followed suit]].
6th Mar '18 6:04:42 AM darkchiefy
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In late 2017, Creator/{{Disney}} bought out 20th Century Fox, which included Blue Sky. It is currently unknown what Blue Sky's fate is as of the acquisition.

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In late 2017, Creator/{{Disney}} bought out 20th Century Fox, Fox (currently pending approval from the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Divison), which included Blue Sky. It is currently unknown what Blue Sky's fate is as of the acquisition.
4th Mar '18 5:16:44 PM CartoonFan2009
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* ''Foster'' (2021), first film to be a musical and have a female director.
4th Feb '18 1:23:06 PM philipnova798
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In late 2017, it was announced that Creator/{{Disney}} plans on buying 20th Century Fox, which would include Blue Sky. This deal, if it goes through, may further complicate the future the studio may have.

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In late 2017, it was announced that Creator/{{Disney}} plans on buying Creator/{{Disney}} bought out 20th Century Fox, which would include included Blue Sky. This deal, if it goes through, may further complicate It is currently unknown what Blue Sky's fate is as of the future the studio may have.
acquisition.
24th Jan '18 4:47:52 PM MarcoPolo250
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Now, the success of their future productions has been complicated since 2013 onward to a degree with rival Creator/DreamWorksAnimation joining Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox as its distributor as well, which required a careful balancing of release dates and promotion efforts. These efforts could be doing more harm than good, as Blue Sky hasn't released a ground-breakingly stellar feature film in years. With the [[WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse 4th ''Ice Age'' sequel]] performing the worst in the franchise yet, and in the midst of new successful contenders like Creator/IlluminationEntertainment and Fox letting [=DreamWorks=] go to their new permanent home at Illumination's parent Creator/{{Universal}} in 2018, they got a ways to go. In late 2017, it was announced that Creator/{{Disney}} plans on buying 20th Century Fox which would include Blue Sky. This deal (if it goes through) may further complicate the future the studio may have.

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Now, the The success of their future productions has been complicated since 2013 onward to a degree with rival studio Creator/DreamWorksAnimation joining Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox as its distributor as well, which in 2013. This has required a careful balancing of release dates and promotion efforts. These efforts between the two studio's output, but these efforts could be doing more harm than good, as good. Blue Sky hasn't released a ground-breakingly stellar feature film in years. With years, and with the [[WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse 4th ''Ice Age'' sequel]] performing being the worst performer in the franchise yet, and in the midst arrival of new successful contenders like Creator/IlluminationEntertainment Creator/IlluminationEntertainment, and Fox letting [=DreamWorks=] go to their new permanent home at Illumination's parent Creator/{{Universal}} in 2018, they got a ways to go. go.

In late 2017, it was announced that Creator/{{Disney}} plans on buying 20th Century Fox Fox, which would include Blue Sky. This deal (if deal, if it goes through) through, may further complicate the future the studio may have.
16th Dec '17 11:49:05 AM darkchiefy
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Now, the success of their future productions has been complicated since 2013 onward to a degree with rival Creator/DreamWorksAnimation joining Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox as its distributor as well, which required a careful balancing of release dates and promotion efforts. These efforts could be doing more harm than good, as Blue Sky hasn't released a ground-breakingly stellar feature film in years. With the [[WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse 4th ''Ice Age'' sequel]] performing the worst in the franchise yet, and in the midst of new successful contenders like Creator/IlluminationEntertainment and Fox letting [=DreamWorks=] go to their new permanent home at Illumination's parent Creator/{{Universal}} in 2018, they got a ways to go. In late 2017, it was announced that Creator/{{Disney}} plans on buying 20th Century Fox which would include Blue Sky. This deal (if it goes through) would further complicate the future the studio may have.

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Now, the success of their future productions has been complicated since 2013 onward to a degree with rival Creator/DreamWorksAnimation joining Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox as its distributor as well, which required a careful balancing of release dates and promotion efforts. These efforts could be doing more harm than good, as Blue Sky hasn't released a ground-breakingly stellar feature film in years. With the [[WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse 4th ''Ice Age'' sequel]] performing the worst in the franchise yet, and in the midst of new successful contenders like Creator/IlluminationEntertainment and Fox letting [=DreamWorks=] go to their new permanent home at Illumination's parent Creator/{{Universal}} in 2018, they got a ways to go. In late 2017, it was announced that Creator/{{Disney}} plans on buying 20th Century Fox which would include Blue Sky. This deal (if it goes through) would may further complicate the future the studio may have.
16th Dec '17 11:48:38 AM darkchiefy
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Now, the success of their future productions has been complicated since 2013 onward to a degree with rival Creator/DreamWorksAnimation joining Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox as its distributor as well, which required a careful balancing of release dates and promotion efforts. These efforts could be doing more harm than good, as Blue Sky hasn't released a ground-breakingly stellar feature film in years. With the [[WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse 4th ''Ice Age'' sequel]] performing the worst in the franchise yet, and in the midst of new successful contenders like Creator/IlluminationEntertainment and Fox letting [=DreamWorks=] go to their new permanent home at Illumination's parent Creator/{{Universal}} in 2018, they got a ways to go. In late 2017, it was announced that Creator/Disney plans on buying 20th Century Fox which would include Blue Sky. This deal (if it goes through) would further complicate the future the studio may have.

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Now, the success of their future productions has been complicated since 2013 onward to a degree with rival Creator/DreamWorksAnimation joining Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox as its distributor as well, which required a careful balancing of release dates and promotion efforts. These efforts could be doing more harm than good, as Blue Sky hasn't released a ground-breakingly stellar feature film in years. With the [[WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse 4th ''Ice Age'' sequel]] performing the worst in the franchise yet, and in the midst of new successful contenders like Creator/IlluminationEntertainment and Fox letting [=DreamWorks=] go to their new permanent home at Illumination's parent Creator/{{Universal}} in 2018, they got a ways to go. In late 2017, it was announced that Creator/Disney Creator/{{Disney}} plans on buying 20th Century Fox which would include Blue Sky. This deal (if it goes through) would further complicate the future the studio may have.
16th Dec '17 11:48:07 AM darkchiefy
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Now, the success of their future productions has been complicated since 2013 onward to a degree with rival Creator/DreamWorksAnimation joining Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox as its distributor as well, which required a careful balancing of release dates and promotion efforts. These efforts could be doing more harm than good, as Blue Sky hasn't released a ground-breakingly stellar feature film in years. With the [[WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse 4th ''Ice Age'' sequel]] performing the worst in the franchise yet, and in the midst of new successful contenders like Creator/IlluminationEntertainment and Fox letting [=DreamWorks=] go to their new permanent home at Illumination's parent Creator/{{Universal}} in 2018, they got a ways to go.

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Now, the success of their future productions has been complicated since 2013 onward to a degree with rival Creator/DreamWorksAnimation joining Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox as its distributor as well, which required a careful balancing of release dates and promotion efforts. These efforts could be doing more harm than good, as Blue Sky hasn't released a ground-breakingly stellar feature film in years. With the [[WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse 4th ''Ice Age'' sequel]] performing the worst in the franchise yet, and in the midst of new successful contenders like Creator/IlluminationEntertainment and Fox letting [=DreamWorks=] go to their new permanent home at Illumination's parent Creator/{{Universal}} in 2018, they got a ways to go.
go. In late 2017, it was announced that Creator/Disney plans on buying 20th Century Fox which would include Blue Sky. This deal (if it goes through) would further complicate the future the studio may have.
13th Oct '17 4:52:09 PM BJV
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* ''Nimona'' (February 14, 2020)

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* ''Spies in Disguise'' (2019), based on the animated short ''Pigeon: Impossible.''
* ''Nimona'' (February 14, 2020)2020), based on the webcomic/graphic novel {{WebComic/Nimona}}.
18th Jul '17 9:30:33 PM NWolfman
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ferdinand}}'' (2017)



* ''Ferdinand'' (2017), based on the children's book ''Literature/TheStoryOfFerdinand''.
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