Rise Of The Guardians
Alternate Title: The Guardians Of ChildhoodRise Of The Guardians (The Guardians Of Childhood , The Guardians) (2012) Theatrical Cartoon by Dave Koch
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- The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Nickelodeon Movies, Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks Animation
- Animated Characters: Jack Frost, North/Santa Claus, Bunnymund/The Easter Bunny, Tooth/The Tooth Fairy, Pitch, Jamie.
- Awards: Winner, Annie Award, Animated Effects in an Animated Production, Andy Hayes, Carl Hooper and David Lipton, 2013.
Winner, Annie Award, Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production, Johanne Matte, 2013.
Nominee, Annie Award, Best Animated Feature, 2013.
Nominee, Annie Award, Character Animation in a Feature Production, David Pate, 2013.
Nominee, Annie Award, Character Animation in a Feature Production, Philippe LeBrun, 2013.
Nominee, Annie Award, Character Animation in a Feature Production, Pierre Perifel, 2013.
Nominee, Annie Award, Music in an Animated Feature Production, Alexandre Desplat, 2013.
Nominee, Annie Award, Production Design in an Animated Feature Production, Patrick Hanenberger, Max Boas, Jayee Borcar, Woonyoung Jung, Perry Maple, Peter Maynez, Stan Seo and Felix Yoon, 2013.
Nominee, Annie Award, Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production, Jude Law as Pitch, 2013.
Nominee, Annie Award, Editorial in an Animated Feature Production, Joyce Arrastia, 2013.
Hollywood Film Award, Animation of the Year, Peter Ramsey, 2012.
Satellite Award, Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media, 2012.
African American Film Critics Association Award, Best Animated Feature, 2012.
Indiana Film Journalists Association Award, Best Animated Feature, 2012.
Nominee, Golden Globe, Best Animated Film, 2013.
Nominee, Critics Choice Award, Best Animated Feature, 2013.
Nominee, Houston Film Critics Society Award, Best Animated Feature, 2013.
Nominee, San Diego Film Critics Society Award, Best Animated Film, 2012.
Nominee, St. Louis Film Critics Award, Best Animated Feature, 2012.
Nominee, Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award, Best Animated Feature, 2012.
- Originally Released in 2012.
- Feb 21, 2012- Originally Planned Release Date
- Nov 21, 2012- Updated Theatrical Release Date
Cartoon Production Information:
Based on "The Guardians of Childhood," a forthcoming series of 13 books by William Joyce. The film takes place about 200 years after the books, and shows how the characters function now. Joyce explained: "Because I don't want people to read the book and then go see the movie and go 'oh, I like the book better', and I also didn't want them to know what happens in the movie."
In 2005, Joyce teamed with Reel FX to form Aimesworth Entertainments. The joint venture was to produce CG-animated feature films, including The Guardians of Childhood. In 2009, DreamWorks bought the rights to the film and began production, replacing the original director Jeff Lynch with Peter Ramsey and co-director William Joyce.
Originally planned as a November 2, 2012 release, but DreamWorks Animation pushed the film to November 21, 2012 to avoid direct competition with Pixar's upcoming Monsters University (which, ironically, has now been pushed back to June 21, 2013).
Director Peter Ramsey's feature debut (Jeff Lynch was originally attached as director).
This was to have been the first voice role in animation for Leonardo DiCaprio, who was originally attached to portray Jack Frost (the character's name was changed to Jack Frosty).
Visual effects artist and animator Jeff Lynch was originally hired as director, thus making this film his feature directorial debut. Ramsey replaced him.
"The compelling thing about it (is) the notion that this project, in a very special way, taps into one of the most important part of not just being human but a child, which is that world of imagination," Ramsey said of the movie. "When you're a kid, you kind of figure where you belong, where you are, the boundaries of what's real and what's not and the world that's operating just outside your vision," he added. "When you're a kid, these things are real. That is the core idea that first got me very excited. Almost before you can talk, you know Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy. I did, and I passed it to my kids. It's a big thing.... if kids don't believe in the guardians, they cease to exist."
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