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* ''Nimona'' (March 5, 2021): Based on the webcomic/graphic novel [[{{WebComic/Nimona}} of the same name]].

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* ''Nimona'' (March 5, 2021): (January 14, 2022): Based on the webcomic/graphic novel [[{{WebComic/Nimona}} of the same name]].

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** ''WesternAnimation/AuntFannysTourOfBooty'' (2005)


Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studios]] and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]] (as will other animation units owned by Fox), [[https://twitter.com/disneytva/status/1113574429286703104?s=21 a statement that was further justified at CinemaCon 2019]]. On October 2019, it's been [[https://discussingfilm.net/2019/10/25/ice-age-rio-spinoffs-in-early-development-for-disney-exclusive/ rumored]] that Blue Sky Studios is making spin-offs of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' for ''Creator/DisneyPlus''.

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Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studios]] and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]] (as will other animation units owned by Fox), [[https://twitter.com/disneytva/status/1113574429286703104?s=21 a statement that was further justified at CinemaCon 2019]]. On October 2019, it's been [[https://discussingfilm.net/2019/10/25/ice-age-rio-spinoffs-in-early-development-for-disney-exclusive/ rumored]] that Blue Sky Studios is making spin-offs of ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' for ''Creator/DisneyPlus''.


Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studios]] and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]] (as will other animation units owned by Fox), [[https://twitter.com/disneytva/status/1113574429286703104?s=21 a statement that was further justified at CinemaCon 2019]]. It's been [[https://whatsondisneyplus.com/ice-age-rio-spinoffs-rumored-to-be-in-development-for-disney/ rumored]] that Blue Sky Studios is making spin-offs of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' for ''Creator/DisneyPlus''.

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Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studios]] and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]] (as will other animation units owned by Fox), [[https://twitter.com/disneytva/status/1113574429286703104?s=21 a statement that was further justified at CinemaCon 2019]]. It's On October 2019, it's been [[https://whatsondisneyplus.com/ice-age-rio-spinoffs-rumored-to-be-in-development-for-disney/ [[https://discussingfilm.net/2019/10/25/ice-age-rio-spinoffs-in-early-development-for-disney-exclusive/ rumored]] that Blue Sky Studios is making spin-offs of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' for ''Creator/DisneyPlus''.


Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studios]] and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]] (as will other animation units owned by Fox), [[https://twitter.com/disneytva/status/1113574429286703104?s=21 a statement that was further justified at CinemaCon 2019]].

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Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studios]] and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]] (as will other animation units owned by Fox), [[https://twitter.com/disneytva/status/1113574429286703104?s=21 a statement that was further justified at CinemaCon 2019]].
2019]]. It's been [[https://whatsondisneyplus.com/ice-age-rio-spinoffs-rumored-to-be-in-development-for-disney/ rumored]] that Blue Sky Studios is making spin-offs of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/IceAge'' for ''Creator/DisneyPlus''.


[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/blue_sky_studios_logo.jpg]] Once upon a time, there was a little studio called MAGI/Synthavision. In 1987, having completed some of the effects on the ground-breaking Creator/{{Disney}} film ''Film/{{Tron}}'' and some CG animation for commercials, an employee named Chris Wedge gathered a bunch of his co-workers and formed a studio of his own. They produced some effects for live-action films like ''Film/JoesApartment'', ''Film/FightClub'' and ''Film/AlienResurrection'', along with their first short film ''Bunny'', which Wedge directed. In the wake of the CG cartoon movement (Creator/{{Pixar}} had released ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife'' a year before ''Bunny'' was awarded Best Animated Short in the Oscars), the studio just happened to be bought by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox to help fish them out of their failing 2-D feature animation unit. And the rest is [[WesternAnimation/IceAge prehistory]].

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[[caption-width-right:350:Just don't look at the sun too long.]]

Once upon a time, there was a little studio called MAGI/Synthavision. In 1987, having completed some of the effects on the ground-breaking Creator/{{Disney}} film ''Film/{{Tron}}'' and some CG animation for commercials, an employee named Chris Wedge gathered a bunch of his co-workers and formed a studio of his own. They produced some effects for live-action films like ''Film/JoesApartment'', ''Film/FightClub'' and ''Film/AlienResurrection'', along with their first short film ''Bunny'', which Wedge directed. In the wake of the CG cartoon movement (Creator/{{Pixar}} had released ''WesternAnimation/ABugsLife'' a year before ''Bunny'' was awarded Best Animated Short in the Oscars), the studio just happened to be bought by Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox to help fish them out of their failing 2-D feature animation unit. And the rest is [[WesternAnimation/IceAge prehistory]].



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* ''WesternAnimation/SpiesInDisguise'' (2019)



* ''WesternAnimation/SpiesInDisguise'' (December 25, 2019): Based on the animated short ''Pigeon: Impossible.''


** ''WesternAnimation/IceAge2TheMeltdown'' (2006)
** ''WesternAnimation/IceAge3DawnOfTheDinosaurs'' (2009)
** ''WesternAnimation/IceAge4ContinentalDrift'' (2012)
** ''WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse'' (2016)



* ''WesternAnimation/IceAge2TheMeltdown'' (2006)



* ''WesternAnimation/IceAge3DawnOfTheDinosaurs'' (2009)



* ''WesternAnimation/IceAge4ContinentalDrift'' (2012)

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* ''WesternAnimation/IceAge4ContinentalDrift'' (2012)** ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio 2}}'' (2014)



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rio 2}}'' (2014)



* ''WesternAnimation/IceAge5CollisionCourse'' (2016)


* ''WesternAnimation/SpiesInDisguise'' (Septmber 13, 2019): Based on the animated short ''Pigeon: Impossible.''

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpiesInDisguise'' (Septmber 13, (December 25, 2019): Based on the animated short ''Pigeon: Impossible.''


* ''Foster'': The studio's first film with a female director.


* ''Nimona'' (February 14, 2020): Based on the webcomic/graphic novel [[{{WebComic/Nimona}} of the same name]].
* ''Foster'' (March 5, 2021): The studio's first film with a female director.

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* ''Nimona'' (February 14, 2020): (March 5, 2021): Based on the webcomic/graphic novel [[{{WebComic/Nimona}} of the same name]].
* ''Foster'' (March 5, 2021): ''Foster'': The studio's first film with a female director.


Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationStudios and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]] (as will other animation units owned by Fox), [[https://twitter.com/disneytva/status/1113574429286703104?s=21 a statement that was further justified at CinemaCon 2019]].

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Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationStudios [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Walt Disney Animation Studios]] and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]] (as will other animation units owned by Fox), [[https://twitter.com/disneytva/status/1113574429286703104?s=21 a statement that was further justified at CinemaCon 2019]].


Not to be confused with the [[Fanfic/BlueSky Portal fanfiction of the same name]]. Also no relation to Blue Sky Software, the team who made, among many other things, the ''VideoGame/{{Vectorman}}'' series.

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Not to be confused with the [[Fanfic/BlueSky Portal fanfiction of the same name]]. Also no relation to Blue Sky Software, Creator/BlueSkySoftware, the team who made, among many other things, the ''VideoGame/{{Vectorman}}'' series.


Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationStudios and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]], as will other animation units owned by Fox.

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Following [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]'s acquisition of 20th Century Fox, questions arose concerning Blue Sky Studios' continued existence considering the company's ownership of Creator/WaltDisneyAnimationStudios and Creator/{{Pixar}} and Blue Sky's own history of mixed critical reception combined with the declining popularity of their FlagshipFranchise. However, [[https://www.thewrap.com/disney-keeps-key-leaders-in-place-after-day-of-layoffs-at-fox/ the studio will continue to operate as normal]], as normal]] (as will other animation units owned by Fox.
Fox), [[https://twitter.com/disneytva/status/1113574429286703104?s=21 a statement that was further justified at CinemaCon 2019]].

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