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    Post the name of your studio and include financial reports, Academy Award listings, etc. for your films.

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    Golden Films

    President: Jerry Waters (Year 3-current)

    Studio logo: A golden torch that ignites to emit sparks and golden stars as it revolves within a golden-framed globe of the Earth

    Studio history: "Golden Films" opened its doors in Year 3 under the direction of Jerry Waters, a 42 year old Hollywood executive who used to do work in other studios, including owning part time shares in Arklight Productions and later serving as an assistant manager at Impact Studios for 2 years, before the opening of Golden in Year 3. The studio aims to "provide the world with golden pictures that will last a lifetime" and to "revolutionize the way the world sees films". So far, it has worked with producers on two films, but it has plans to expand over the next few years. Its first film was a huge success, which gives the studio room to improve in its next annual.

    Film history (by year):

    Year 3

    Genesis:

    Black as Night:

    Year 4

    War Code:

    Nirvana:

    GFI (Golden Films Inc.)

    President: Carl Waters (Year 4-current)

    "GFI" will open its doors in Year 4. The studio is an in-house sub-studio of "Golden Films" and all profits go to its parent studio. However, its focus will be entirely on animated pictures. It will release an annual animated picture. It is under the current management of Carl Waters, brother of studio owner Jerry Waters. More details will be provided as they come to light.

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    Hourglass Pictures

    Founding: Y4
    President: Jacob Bowen (Y4-)
    Logo: An hourglass on a table soon has all of its gains fall to the bottom. The hourglass tips, leading to a 2d drawing of the hourglass and the studio name underneath.

    Y4

    Domestic/Worldwide Grosses (By Release Date)
    The Immune: 88,357,234/202,398,340 (+61,199,170)

    Lady Gaga: Born This Way 3D: 9,760,004/14,763,324 (-7,618,338)
    Forever Yours: 68,888,888/133,429,084 (+36,714,542)
    City of Darkness: 15,191,475/48,511,598 (-27,744,201)
    The Conundrum: 49,258,399/124,508,610 (+12,254,305)
    On the Set: 23,793,338/31,553,260 (+15,026,731)
    Best Friends Forever: 62,480,457/79,436,760 (+34,718,380)
    Service: 8,039,966/14,809,073 (-7,595,463)
    Once Upon a Mattress: 131,063,432/240,963,713 (+20,481,857)
    Taking Names: 84,728,277/124,722,679 (-7,638,660)

    Spark: 135,090,911/610,640,117 (+155,320,059)
    Jane and Tony: 18,483,345/22,484,347 (+1,242,174)
    Cruisers: 53,177,731/100,782,851 (+10,391,426)

    The Glass Castle: 135,044,790/186,150,778 (+58,075,389)
    Student Film: 40,247,355/64,144,858 (+24,072,429)
    Prisoners: 43,233,283/43,837,484 (+19,668,742)
    The Simulation: 137,171,931/235,191,611 (+62,595,806)
    The Sketchbook: 140,115,735/450,134,944 (+160,067,472)
    Ready, Player One: 71,412,726/100,019,855 (-29,990,072)
    Total: 1,315,539,277/2,838,483,286 (+591,241,748)

     

    Critical Consensus Points (491 Total)
    The Glass Castle - 158
    Spark - 126
    The Simulation - 61
    Ready Player One - 52
    Student Film - 24
    Best Friends Forever - 23
    Taking Names - 18
    On The Set - 12
    Once Upon A Mattress - 9
    The Sketchbook - 5
    The Conundrum - 3

    Oscar Nominees & Wins
    The Glass Castle - 7/3 (Picture, Ensemble, Actress (Chloe Moretz), Supporting Actor (Paul Bettany), Supporting Actress (Robin Wright Penn), Adapted Screenplay, Original Score (Thomas Newman))
    Spark - 9/2 (Animated Feature, Original Screenplay, Voice Performance (David Faustino), Voice Performance (Bryce Dallas Howard), Supporting Voice Performance (Benedict Cumberbatch), Supporting Voice Performance (Hugo Weaving), Original Score (John Powell), Original Song ("When That Day Comes" by The Killers), Sound Editing)
    Ready, Player One - 2/0 (Adapted Screenplay, Production Design)
    The Simulation - 2/0 (Actor (Joseph Gordon Levitt), Cinematography)
    On The Set - 1/1 (Documentary)



    Y5

    Domestic/Worldwide Total
    Game Hunt - 59,909,759/118,889,113 (+44,444,557)
    Countdown - 99,025,962/176,350,305 (+28,175,153)
    Slit Happens - 12,859,996/15,696,620 (-2,151,690)
    Psychonauts - 61,788,268/101,571,185 (-4,214,408)
    ZeroG - 43,096,490/103,923,222 (+16,961,611)
    The Men Of The Night - 69,256,009/118,490,243 (+4,245,121)
    The Career Buster -101,071,795/169,973,140 (+44,986,570)
    Stories From Eden: 118,727,833/215,432,722 (+47,716,361)
    Candlelight - 27,506,252/40,479,000 (+2,739,500)
    Last Chapter - 61,484,112/121,827,125 (+45,913,562)
    Against All Odds - 46,245,679/60,203,313 (-4,898,379)
    Time Lapse - 64,703,695/164,949,037 (+12,747,519)
    Some Assembly Required - 52,897,462/97,257,159 (+33,628,780)

    Our Beloved Saviour - 42,683,737/81,249,684 (+624,842)
    Cruisers: Second Gear  - 75,537,397/145,240,816 (+37,620,408)
    Santa Claus: Ultimate Badass - 64,602,265/93,944,510 (+6,972,255)
    The Eccentric Minds Of Belmond Lane - $38,155,017/64,129,743 (+12,026,487)

    Total: 1,039,551,728/2,889,575,937 (+327,538,249)

     

    Critical Consensus Points (375 Total)
    The Eccentric Minds Of Belmond Lane - 158
    Santa Claus: Ultimate Badass - 55
    Psychonauts - 49
    Stories From Eden - 34
    Some Assembly Required - 27
    The Career Buster - 26
    Against All Odds - 8
    Countdown - 7
    Time Lapse - 5
    Candlelight - 4
    The Men Of The Night - 2

    Oscar Nominees & Wins
    The Eccentric Minds Of Belmond Lane - 6/3 (Picture, Director (Wes Anderson), Actress (Emma Watson), Original Screenplay, Ensemble, Editing)
    Psychonauts - 5/1 (Animated Feature, Adapted Screenplay, Voice Actor In A Leading Role (Richard Steven Horwitz), Voice Actor In A Supporting Role (J.K. Simmons), Original Score (Danny Elfman))
    Candlelight - 1/0 (Animated Feature)
    Stories From Eden - 1/0 (Makeup)

     

    Y6

     

    Left Behind - 62,340,119/101,039,871 (+35,519,935)

    Love Song - 50,568,677/81,238,993 (+25,619,497)

    Paddles: The Video Game Story - 8,296,178/8,296,178 (+1,148,089)

    Bounty Hunters From Heaven - 58,727,826/118,855,059 (+9,427,530)

    The Archivist - 72,156,531/178,591,441 (+34,295,720)

    Avenue Q - 68,132,597/117,556,560 (+13,778,280)

    The Stuff Of Legend: Into The Dark - 189,853,742/492,292,680 (+76,146,340)

    Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys - 24,297,854/27,701,800 (+1,350,590)

    Guardians Of The Internet - 83,391,482/138,549,823 (-5,725,089)

    Cyber - 80,767,873/182,878,266 (+61,439,133)

    The Immune: Global Outbreak - 90,989,760/237,878,376 (+63,939,188)

    Kaleidoscope - 12,850,119/20,239,817 (+119,909)

    Haunted Hoax - 32,594,787/46,718,833 (+8,358,916)

    Cruisers: World Tour - 72,233,836/138,850,491 (+19,425,246)

    Le Grand Ecran - 39,249,919/181,121,730 (+55,560,865)

    Best Friends - 66,069,994/101,258,328 (+30,629,164)

    Total: 1,012,521,294/2,173,068,246 (+431,033,313)

     

    Critical Consensus Points (370 Total)

    Cyber - 134

    Le Grand Ecran - 98

    Best Friends - 68

    The Stuff Of Legend: Into The Dark - 48

    Paddles: The Video Game Story - 9

    Bounty Hunters From Heaven - 8

    Guardians Of The Internet - 3

    Haunted Hoax - 1

    Avenue Q - 1

     

    Oscar Nominees

    Cyber - 6/0 (Director (Steven Soderbergh), Actor (Nicholas Hoult), Supporting Actor (Aaron Paul), Supporting Actress (Anna Kendrick), Original Screenplay, Editing)

    Le Grand Ecran - 6/1 (Animated Feature, Original Screenplay, Voice Performance In A Leading Role (Audrey Tatou), Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Francois Cluzet), Original Score (Ludovic Bource), Foreign Film)

    The Stuff Of Legend: Into The Dark - 2/0 (Original Song ("World Of Wonder" by Jonsi), Makeup & Hairstyling)

    Best Friends - 1/0 (Actor (Bradley Cooper))

    Paddles: The Video Game Story - 1/0 (Documentary)

     

    Y7

     

    Coming Home - $63,704,129/$80,216,401 (+$25,108,201)

    Walking With You - $112,057,680/$241,338,189 (+$90,669,095)

    Crusader - $15,007,992/$27,803,519 (-$21,098,240)

    Frindle - $42,751,707/$63,755,871 (+$6,877,936)

    After Party - $28,090,376/$32,820,621 (+$6,410,311)

    The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - $56,031,591/$92,753,141 (+$6,376,571)

    Linkin Park: Burn It Down - $5,502,381/$5,502,381 (-$7,248,809)

    The Doppleganger - $49,836,189/$80,275,677 (-$14,862,162)

    Spark: Ignition - $277,893,218/$902,421,685 (+$281,210,843)

    The Boy In The Watchtower - $54,979,318/$117,629,445 (+$13,814,723)

    Extrasensory - $79,031,540/$191,778,430 (+$65,889,215)

    Seeing Her - $65,000,785/$108,729,634 (+$19,364,817)

    The Rich & Famous - $118,280,473/$266,891,540 (+$108,445,770)

    Adventure Time: The Battle For Ooo - $80,439,627/$145,229,109 (+$42,614,555)

    Brother & Sister - $13,105,672/$41,785,644 (+$5,892,822)

    The Storyteller - $61,239,650/$167,839,210 (+$38,919,605)

    The Mind Behind The Movies - $35,619,804/$57,882,196 (-$11,058,902)

     

    Total: $1,158,572,132/$2,624,652,693 (+$657,326,351)

     

    Critical Consensus Points (484 Points)

    The Rich & Famous - 129

    Extrasensory - 118

    Spark: Ignition - 82

    The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - 49

    Seeing Her - 39

    Walking With You - 24

    The Storyteller - 20

    Adventure Time: The Battle For Ooo - 20

    The Doppleganger - 3

     

    Oscar Nominations & Wins

    Extrasensory - 8/3 (Picture, Actor (Kodi Smitt-McPhee), Original Screenplay, Score (Clint Mansell), Editing, Cinematography, Sound Mixing, Sound Editing)

    Spark: Ignition - 7/1 (Animated Feature, Voice Performance In A Leading Role (Paul Dano), Voice Performance In A Supporting Role (Benedict Cumberbatch), Adapted Screenplay, Original Score (John Powell), Original Song ("Ready, Aim, Fire"), Sound Editing)

    The Rich & Famous - 4/0 (Picture, Director (Alexander Payne), Actress (Gwenyth Palthrow), Original Screenplay)

    The Terrible Plight Of Freddy Zapper - 3/0 (Original Song ("You Gotta Love!"), Production Design, Makeup & Hairstyling)

    The Storyteller - 2/0 (Costume Design, Makeup & Hairstyling)

     

    Y8

     

    Chessmen

    A Love To Die For

    The Guardian of the West

    Thomas Was Alone

    Next Vegas

    The Academy

    Hand Drawn Heroes

    The Immune: Permanence

    The Who's Tommy

    Cinema Studies

     

    Critical Consensus Points (523 Points)

    Hand Drawn Heroes - 124

    Cinema Studies - 91
    A Love To Die For - 88

    The Guardian of the West - 73

    The Who's Tommy - 69

    The Academy - 50

    Thomas Was Alone - 28

     

    Oscar Nominations & Wins

    Hand Drawn Heroes - 7/1 (Animated Feature. Voice Performance in a Leading Role (Neil Patrick Harris), Voice Performance in a Supporting Role (Mark Hamill), Adapted Screenplay, Sound Editing, Original Score (Danny Elfman), Original Song ("The World is Waiting"))

    The Who's Tommy - 5/0 (Actress (Rose Byrne), Original Song ("Please Let Me Know"), Sound Mixing, Sound Editing, Production Design)

    Cinema Studies - 4/0 (Picture, Actress (AnnaSophia Robb), Supporting Actress (Julia Louis-Dreyfuss), Original Screenplay)

    Thomas Was Alone - 1/0 (Animated Feature)

    Guardian of the West - 1/1 (Documentary Feature)

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    Blankments Productions

    President: Edward Nadny (Year 3-Present)

    Studio Logo: A bed flies on screen and leaves, leaving its blanket behind, which has printed on it, Blankments Productions.

    Studio History: Blankments opened its doors in year 3 thanks to Edward Nadny, a 28-year-old technology tycoon who decided to change up his career. Using his funds from selling off all of his majority shares from the successful Zicket Computers, he founded Blankments Productions, and funded all of the studio's first two years of production.

    Film History With Budget/OW/Domestic Gross/Worldwide Gross/Profit:

    Year 3
    Carnival - $3,000,000/1,009,088/1,500,683/5,000,695/-499,562
    Green Eggs and Ham - $125,000,000/59,812,313/157,831,465/287,857,609/18,928,805
    Stacy's Mom Has Got It Goin' On - $5,000,000/7,291,003/13,946,024/18,916,733/4,458,367
    Consciousness Slip - $45,000,000/17,870,078/37,963,762/86,978,355/-1,510,822
    Avatar: The Last Airbender - Water - $90,000,000/15,195,104/33,945,493/76,137,597/-51,931,201
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Loch Ness Monster - $40,000,000/28,995,015/77,368,880/127,392,893/ 23,696,447
    The Drowsy Chaperone - $60,000,000/15,724,329/60,053,977/152,165,010/16,082,505
    Gregor the Overlander - $53,000,000/18,184,198/45,161,037/94,163,387/-5,918,306
    Assassins - $20,000,000/7,790,036/16,068,002/47,262,006/3,631,003
    Leitmotif - $53,000,000/560,015/69,774,690/159,681,657/26,840,829
    Total: 404,000,000/172,922,774/513,614,013/1,055,555,942/33,778,025

    Year 4
    Call Me Maybe - $20,000,000/5,009,251/9,505,177/14,617,391/-12,691,304
    A Stark Night - $40,000,000/16,175,565/54,485,559/67,623,339/ -6,188,330
    Bone - Vernal Equinox - $85,000,000/41,127,777/169,568,436/300,570,640/65,285,320
    Army of Two - $65,000,000/24,151,340/57,019,114/132,024,262/1,012,131
    The 39 Steps - $30,000,000/15,564,997/42,100,509/80,907,638/10,453,819
    The Lost Planet of the Shrieking Creature - $20,000,000/7,120,181/12,958,872/22,045,452/-8,977,274
    Weird Al Yankovic: Insert Subtitle Here in 2-D - $8,000,000/5,456,109/10,847,978/20,853,034/2,426,517
    The Flash - $150,000,000/62,437,583/159,144,447/ 319,146,853/9,573,427
    Bohemian - $15,000,000/366,217/33,382,802/41,185,924/5,592,962
    Booster Gold - $150,000,000/51,934,792/130,285,744/ 224,825,755/-37,587,122
    The Last Six - $200,000,000/69,125,003/206,236,055/611,237,491/105,618,746
    Morgan Spurlock's Shut Up and Take My Memes - $1,000,000/474,375/6,839,583/7,040,595/2,520,298
    Knights of the Lunch Table - $20,000,000/9,234,687/33,678,743/60,654,823/10,327,412
    Invaders Must Die!: The Tale of Doogie Rounds - $60,000,000/35,565,984/85,700,210/106,803,614/-6,598,193
    The Party Party - $75,000,000/38,156,633/107,275,548/146,165,670/-1,917,165
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Abominable Snowman - $25,000,000/41,250,477/96,587,141/ 174,563,345/62,281,673
    Citizen Hughes - $40,000,000/17,775,437/83,295,287/131,645,416/25,822,708
    La Bourrage Marron - $15,000,000/820,156/3,517,162/29,761,512/-119,244
    The Bellringer of Notre Dame - $60,000,000/22,654,449/83,812,585/339,313,786/109,656,893
    A Series of Unfortunate Events - $60,000,000/42,006,129/173,491,149/286,530,191/83,265,096
    Lord Madship - $175,000,000/63,050,348/233,988,226/823,892,431/236,946,216
    Total: $1,314,000,000/569,457,490/1,793,720,327/3,941,409,162/656,704,586

    Year 5
    Psy: Sorry for Gangnam Styling - $9,000,000/922,153/1,820,605/19,657,330/828,665
    3:37AM - $1,000,000/319,245/38,558,257/48,835,242/23,417,621
    One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish - $100,000,000/42,056,329/165,552,306/322,755,804/61,377,902
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Bigfoot - $25,000,000/57,032,973/138,634,392/281,129,426/115,564,713
    Blue Beetle - $150,000,000/30,153,834/86,227,784/166,350,132/-66,824,934
    Espionage Project - $120,000,000/39,025,389/129,809,429/270,562,552/15,281,276
    Summer Wars - $80,000,000/42,337,249/130,568,511/297,872,804/68,936,402
    Double Chronomance - $50,000,000/34,102,466/104,004,536/174,531,882/37,265,941
    Legally Blonde - $60,000,000/21,083,652/64,348,862/122,590,874/1,295,437
    Bowling Night - $80,000,000/26,488,245/59,882,974/102,581,930/-28,709,035
    Lucid - $75,000,000/46,628,193/137,451,500/290,256,098/70,128,049
    Shiverin' Gulch - $30,000,000/33,168,496/114,569,607/215,862,810/77,931,405
    Plastic-Man - $150,000,000/44,927,238/127,695,632/245,900,026/-28,535,863
    Adele: Rolling in the Deep - $15,000,000/9,064,238/20,312,576/28,025,402/-987,299
    Khanh Bernarda Alba $500,000/2,201,688/18,440,726/38,267,452/18,633,726
    The Fault in Our Stars - $30,000,000/23,452,683/60,303,533/116,086,456/28,043,228
    The Dogs of Babel - $40,000,000/27,715,334/86,012,745/179,716,881/49,858,441
    Everyman - $20,000,000/381,227/23,548,249/33,374,490/-3,312,755
    The Once and Future King: The Sword in the Stone - $150,000,000/43,686,112/154,911,510/669,829,085/184,914,543
    Total: $1,185,500,000/524,746,744/1,662,653,734/3,624,186,676/625,107,463
     
    Year 6
    fun. Some Nights - $8,000,000/8,216,877/24,321,956/26,550,591/5,275,296
    Army of Two: The 40th Day - $50,000,000/38,565,773/92,331,840/167,859,188/33,929,594
    Things Not Seen - $20,000,000/11,782,118/39,646,160/55,728,118/7,864,059
    The Improper Exchange - $50,000,000/27,829,191/ 82,796,688/144,517,833/22,258,917
    Honey Boo-Boo Makes a Movie - $40,000,000/7,121,833/12,589,220/12,589,220/-33,705,390
    Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Promise - $30,000,000/23,402,926/75,519,206/376,549,039/158,274,520
    My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic - The Return of Queen Chrysalis - $20,000,000/16,212,833/51,379,806/83,548,502/21,774,251
    Sir Thymes Time - $135,000,000/60,449,837/261,612,577/466,580,111/98,290,056
    3:38 AM - $3,000,000/9,217,855/24,850,491/39,223,484/16,611,742
    Portal - $40,000,000/35,472,803/110,022,248/391,847,850/155,923,925
    Aquaman - $140,000,000/58,421,338/139,431,300/285,190,294/2,595,147
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Giant Spiders - $50,000,000/61,430,885/131,928,773/246,668,767/73,334,384
    Mumford & Sons: Babel - $12,000,000/4,650,550/14,044,661/15,117,849/-4,441,076
    Mr. Rogers Goes to Washington - $30,000,000/361,083/63,919,103/124,218,271/32,109,136
    Jekyll Jr. - $10,000,000/5,851,030/15,072,806/20,548,191/274,096
    Man of La Mancha - $60,000,000/15,660,505/62,994,706/148,581,039/14,290,520
    Elite Beat Agents - $30,000,000/8,721,033/18,853,254/24,697,182/-17,651,409
    A Series of Unfortunate Events: Movie the Second - $60,000,000/44,513,008/186,518,440/317,823,004/98,911,502
    Expedecade - $200,000,000/61,130,049/275,849,181/976,879,064/288,439,532
    Total: $988,000,000/499,011,527/1,683,682,416/3,924,717,597/974,358,802
     
    Year 7
    Explosions and Half-Naked Attractive Ladies - $10,000,000/4,271,953/8,503,231/10,013,700/-4,993,150
    Psy: I'm a Gentleman! - $6,000,000/768,305/1,210,299/8,043,123/-1,978,438
    The Best Foot Porno of All Time - $20,000,000/5,507,341/12,610,439/16,008,839/-11,005,580
    Bone - Solstice - $105,000,000/52,781,305/201,046,321/518,229,741/154,114,871
    Conventional Wisdom - $30,000,000/18,207,443/57,433,674/108,543,129/24,271,465
    3:39 AM - $5,000,000/8,541,239/17,000,562/30,188,924/10,094,462
    Ke$ha: Animal, Cannibal, Warrior - $10,000,000/4,802,380/10,097,318/11,670,225/-4,164,887
    Things Hoped For - $15,000,000/11,219,688/30,507,752/38,112,700/4,056,350
    Justice League - $225,000,000/154,723,596/433,573,816/1,123,538,879/ 336,769,440
    Miserable Fans - $45,000,000/31,720,158/146,007,440/272,280,987/91,140,494
    LucIId - $125,000,000/58,723,195/163,032,721/431,675,290/90,837,645
    Thomas the Tank Engine - $130,000,000/19,942,587/43,189,627/148,933,210/-55,533,395
    The Scottsboro Boys - $60,000,000/26,380,289/105,729,648/164,883,918/22,441,959
    Reality Shift - $80,000,000/38,210,597/140,217,685/237,519,433/38,759,717
    Innocense - $1,000,000/190,263/16,289,352/35,018,229/16,509,115
    The Girl Who Leapt Through Time - $40,000,000/23,751,802/81,780,793/225,780,437/72,890,219
    Fox in Socks - $100,000,000/27,140,563/86,219,270/170,432,681/-14,783,659
    My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic - The Return of Queen Chrysalis, Part 2 - $15,000,000/17,203,563/59,210,475/ 95,761,906/32,880,953
    Epic Battlers - $30,000,000/12,105,478/41,533,980/62,784,197/1,392,099
    The Fall of Boss Tweed - $75,000,000/20,753,519/65,839,410/150,273,510/136,755
    Jekyll Jr. 2 - $5,000,000/4,519,231/11,732,995/16,498,203/3,249,102
    A Woman in the Crowd - $40,000,000/30,163,892/143,789,105/344,896,004/132,448,002
    Among the Hidden - $30,000,000/45,271,385/135,042,859/302,785,472/121,392,736
    Searching for Mr. Watterson - $1,000,000/1,253,893/29,888,290/46,781,420/22,390,710
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Santa Claus, Ultimate Badass - $50,000,000/55,018,730/160,219,884/ 331,780,436/115,890,218
    A Series of Unfortunate Events: Movie the Third - $60,000,000/51,870,438/190,427,729/450,218,596/165,109,298
    The Three-Month Funeral - $45,000,000/451,217/93,617,804/164,149,576/37,074,788
    The Once and Future King: The Queen of Air and Darkness - $175,000,000/48,539,150/228,879,452/739,895,327/ 194,947,664
    Total: $1,533,000,000/774,033,200/2,714,631,931/6,256,698,092/1,596,338,953
     
    Year 8
    Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel - $60,000,000/34,356,687/87,488,882/167,924,917/23,962,459
    Spinach Artichoke Dip - $20,000,000/24,225,762/65,258,726/110,795,797/35,397,898
    Espionage Project: This Time, It's Espersonal - $60,000,000/20,444,581/45,733,107/90,740,291/ -14,629,855
    Donuts Are Zombies Too Along with the Dominant Walruses - $90,000,000/119,948/14,008,578/ 25,656,736/-77,171,632
    My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic - The Rise of Nightmare Rarity - $15,000,000/18,011,125/ 42,822,129/70,547,164/20,273,582
    A Series of Unfortunate Events: Movie the Fourth - $60,000,000/40,122,685/141,256,492/ 333,939,697/106,969,848
    Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Search - $35,000,000/16,275,140/62,249,150/273,022,587/ 101,511,294
    Total: $340,000,000/153,555,928/458,817,064/1,072,627,189/196,313,594

     

    Year 9

    Among the Imposters - $30,000,000/37,623,671/136,269,617/397,224,373/168,612,186

    The Last Six 3D - $2,000,000/12,657,143/31,194,490/41,054,575/13,814,157

    Teen Titans - $125,000,000/76,131,982/202,287,295/488,590,231/119,295,116

    Conventionally Wiser - $25,000,000/26,184,460/79,211,271/242,916,711/96,458,356

    The Thin, the Fat and the Felon - $50,000,000/18,469,373/70,436,849/124,837,637/12,418,819

    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Underworld - $50,000,000/69,155,714/169,509,976/355,970,950/127,985,475

    Dawn of the Last Six - $250,000,000/67,621,693/227,671,097/830,657,413/165,328,706

    Things That Are - $10,000,000/5,722,476/13,791,647/13,974,051/-3,012,975

    Yzma - $100,000,000/45,223,267/168,782,346/306,514,636/53,257,318

    Sir Thymes Time 2 - $120,000,000/71,023,757/267,210,197/684,547,073/222,273,536

    3:40 AM - $2,000,000/3,360,894/6,248,263/16,551,815/6,275,908

    Life of Galileo - $80,000,000/35,217,532/117,911,108/502,877,557/171,438,778

    Mickey After Walt - $30,000,000/20,205,692/83,914,002/149,666,719/44,833,360

    Tyler Perry's Madea's Time Machine - $60,000,000/11,735,488/25,886,790/25,886,790/-47,056,605

    My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic - The Legacy of Nightmare Rarity - $15,000,000/12,786,724/43,595,702/61,301,144/15,650,572

    Allegiant - $125,000,000/80,578,320/179,444,624/475,030,399/112,515,200

    An Odd Road Trip - $80,000,000/23,326,379/89,404,692/144,302,329/-7,848,836

    The Hateful Eight Redux - $160,000,000/4,867,819/141,085,078/297,189,163/-11,405,419

    A Series of Unfortunate Events: Movie the Fifth - $65,000,000/24,838,031/70,149,344/216,947,916/43,473,958

    Beauty and the Beast - $200,000,000/103,044,027/432,119,127/1,177,036,668/388,518,334

    The Once and Future King: The Ill-Made Knight - $200,000,000/33,504,027/152,846,921/616,342,355/108,171,178

    Total: $1,779,000,000/783,278,469/2,708,970,436/7,169,420,505/1,800,997,122

     

    Critical Consensus History
    Year 3

    Leitmotif- 31
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. The Loch Ness Monster- 8
    Year 4
    Citizen Hughes - 119
    Lord Madship - 41
    The Last Six - 37
    The Bellringer Of Notre Dame - 26
    The Flash - 25
    Bohemian - 17
    Booster Gold - 17
    The 39 Steps - 10
    Invaders Must Die! The Tale Of Doogie Rounds - 5
    A Stark Night - 1
    Year 5
    The Dogs of Babel – 130
    Shiverin’ Gulch – 77
    Khanh Bernarda Alba – 66
    Lucid – 54
    The Fault in Our Stars – 32
    The Once and Future King: The Sword in the Stone – 19
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Bigfoot – 12
    Summer Wars – 9
    Everyman – 8
    Blue Beetle – 7
    Espionage Project – 6
    Year 6
    Expedecade - 103
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Giant Spiders  – 100
    Sir Thymes Time – 72
    Mr. Rogers Goes to Washington - 35
    Portal – 25
    My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic - The Return of Queen Chrysalis - 14
    Man of La Mancha - 12
    Avatar: The Last Airbender – The Promise - 9
    Aquaman - 7
    The Improper Exchange – 2
    Year 7
    A Woman in the Crowd - 137
    The Three-Month Funeral - 122
    Innocense - 118
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Santa Claus, Ultimate Badass - 90
    Miserable Fans - 43
    LucIId - 38
    Reality Shift - 30
    Searching for Mr. Watterson - 24
    Justice League - 19
    Bone - Solstice - 17
    Among the Hidden - 16
    My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic - The Return of Queen Chrysallis, Part 2 - 2
    The Once and Future King: The Queen of Air and Darkness - 2
    Year 8
    Donuts Are Zombies Too Along With the Dominant Walruses - 17
    Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Search - 13
    Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel - 11

    Year 9

    The Thin, the Fat, and the Felon - 73
    Sir Thymes Time 2 - 67
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Underworld - 59
    The Hateful Eight Redux - 50
    Beauty and the Beast - 30
    Dawn of the Last Six - 16
    Yzma - 14
    Into the Dead- 10
    American Idiot- 8

     

    Life of Galileo - 6

    Oscar History
    (Nominations/Wins)
    Year 3
    Leitmotif - 3/1: Best Actor (Tom Cruise;) Best Original Score (Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross;) Best Original Song ("Our Moment")
    Year 4
    Citizen Hughes - 7/1: Best Actor (Jim Carrey;) Best Supporting Actor (Marion Cotillard;) Best Adapted Screenplay; Best Cinematography; Best Art Direction; Best Costumes; Best Makeup
    The Last Six - 4/0: Best Costumes; Best Makeup; Best Visual Effects; Best Use of Action
    The Bellringer of Notre Dame - 3: Best Art Direction; Best Costumes; Best Makeup
    Bone - Vernal Equinox - 2/0: Best Animated Feature; Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role (Elijah Wood)
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Abominable Snowman - 1/0: Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role (Christopher Lee)
    Lord Madship - 1/0: Best Original Song (“Man of Valor”)
    Morgan Spurlock’s Shut up and Take My Memes - 1/0: Best Documentary Feature
    Year 5
    The Dogs of Babel - 9/2: Best Picture; Best Director (Ron Howard;) Best Actor (Jason Isaacs;) Best Supporting Actor (Bryan Cranston;) Best Supporting Actress (Elizabeth Banks;) Best Adapted Screenplay; Best Ensemble; Best Original Score (James Horner;) Best Film Editing
    Shiverin' Gulch - 5/3: Best Animated Film; Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role (Linda Cardellini;) Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role (Idris Elba;) Best Original Screenplay; Best Original Song ("Typical Day in Shiverin' Gulch")
    Khanh Bernarda Alba - 3/0: Best Actress (Leila Hatami;) Best Supporting Actress (Sareh Bayat;) Best Foreign Language Film
    Lucid - 2/0: Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role (Joseph Gordon-Levitt;) Best Use of Action
    The Once and Future King: The Sword in the Stone - Best Costume Design; Best Makeup
    Adele: Rolling in the Deep - 1/0: Best Documentary
    Year 6
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Giant Spiders - 4/1: Best Ensemble; Best Adapted Screenplay; Best Original Song ("Rap Battle;") Best Use of Action
    Expedecade - 3/0: Best Director (Christopher Nolan;) Best Adapted Screenplay; Best Use of Action
    Sir Thymes Time - 3/0: Best Animated Film; Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role (Jack McBrayer;) Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role (Jennifer Lawrence)
    Man of La Mancha - 1/0: Best Makeup and Hairstyling
    Year 7
    A Woman in the Crowd - 7/0: Best Picture; Best Director (Spike Jonze;) Best Ensemble; Best Actress (Anna Kendrick;) Best Supporting Actress (Ellen Page;) Best Adapted Screenplay; Best Film Editing
    The Three-Month Funeral - 6/0: Best Director (David O. Russell;) Best Ensemble; Best Actor (Joseph Gordon-Levitt;) Best Supporting Actor (Bill Murray;) Best Supporting Actress (Meryl Streep;) Best Original Screenplay; Best Song ("Just One Day")
    Justice League - 4/1: Best Sound Mixing; Best Sound Editing; Best Visual Effects; Best Use of Action
    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. Santa Claus, Ultimate Badass - 3/2: Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role (Eminem;) Best Original Song ("Rock of Hollywood's Foundation;") Best Use of Action
    The Once and Future King: The Queen of Air and Darkness - 3/0: Best Production Design; Best Costume Design; Best Makeup and Hairstyling
    Bone: Solstice - 2/0: Best Animated Feature; Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role (Elijah Wood)
    Innocense - 2/2: Best Actor (Reza Naji;) Best Foreign Language Film
    LucIId - 1/0: Best Visual Effects
    Searching for Mr. Watterson - 1/0:  Best Documentary Feature
    Year 8
    Avatar: The Last Airbender - The Search - 2/0: Best Animated Feature; Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role (Dante Basco)

    Year 9

    The Hateful Eight Redux - 9/?: Best Picture; Best Director (Quentin Tarantino); Best Ensemble; Best Supporting Actress (Sandra Bullock); Best Original Screenplay; Best Cinematography; Best Film Editing; Best Sound Mixing; Best Sound Editing

    Beauty and the Beast - 7/?: Best Actress (Anne Hathaway); Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role (Julie Andrews); Best Original Song ("Those In My Way"); Best Art Direction; Best Costumes; Best Makeup; Best Visual Effects

    Chuck Norris and Liam Neeson vs. the Underworld - 4/?: Best Ensemble; Best Adapted Screenplay; Best Original Song ("Rap Battle, Part 2"); Best Use of Action

    The Thin, the Fat, and the Felon - 4/?: Best Actor (Simon Pegg); Best Original Screenplay; Best Art Direction; Best Makeup

    Sir Thymes Time 2 - 3/?: Best Animated Feature; Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Leading Role (Jack McBrayer); Best Voice Actor/Actress in a Supporting Role (Jeff Bridges)

    Yzma - 2/?: Best Original Song ("An Imperfect World"); Best Costumes

    Dawn of the Last Six - 1/?: Best Visual Effects

    Life of Galileo - 1/?: Best Costumes

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    O$corp Pictures

    President: Alexander Smits

    Studio Logo: A flaming O appears on the screen and then the words $corp soon appear after it. All the numbers are on fire and then turn silver when the flame goes out.

    Studio History: O$corp Pictures evolved out of Number 2 Productions when Number 2 Productions shut down. Year 4 marks the beginning of the new studio which will go full independent in Year 5.
     

     

    Year 1 Domestic Totals- Average: 91.4M

    Apocalypse 345,774,991

    Sitting Ducks 198,337,457

    Bartimaues And The Amulet Of Samarkand 188,760,329

    The Chrysalids 175,843,215

    The Dark Victorian 152,381,246

    The Adventures 141,226,348

    Illusiono 140,214,365

    The Modern Prometheus: Frakenstein 118,543,220

    Mars Trilogy: Red Mars 113,429,886

    Cycle Of The Werewolf 107,228,457

    Nation 104,003,224

    Tarsem Singh's Cinderella 85,237,214

    Pandemic 72,661,244

    56 Days Of Love 69,606,439

    The Machine Stops 68,887,605

    Paranoia 64,707,582

    The Great Inferno 58,704,329

    The Neighborhood 58,213,451

    Pride And Prejudice And Zombies 48,013,595

    My Side Of The Mountain 47,448,559

    To Kill A Mockingbird 47,422,134

    Fab 5 46,853,217

    Seduction 45,478,546

    Park51 45,446,545

    Fright Town 40,785,329

    Christine 40,119,228

    The Hills Abduction 39,657.864

    The 13th Night 34,976,483

    A Family Of Families 22,448,338

    Beast Of Bray Road 21,019,653

     

    Year 2 Domestic Totals- Average: 73.7M

    The Chronicle of Novara: The Stone of Armagon: $272,520,080

    Barbarians: $235,540,932

    The Impact of Sir Roger the Alien: $122,450,987

    The Adventures of the Cosmos: $120,545,136

    The Witch of Blackbird Pond: $110,527,846

    Tim Burton's Little Demons: $93,035,171

    Halloweentown (3D): $90,944,621

    The Island: $75,773,306

    Mara, Daughter of the Nile: $61,592,829

    My Life to Waste: $60,682,490

    Exorcism of Jessica Winters: $55,504,061

    Midnight: Revealed- $54,700,597

    The Whale- $49,683,530

    My Winter Retreat- $44,798,228

    ADAM- $42,833,534

    PЯom: $36,738,534

    Union 51: $29,339,850

    Gorillas: $29,335,185

    Aerophobia: $28,470,769

    The 13th Night II: The Interrogation Room: $25,069,658

    Scat: $23,854,675

    Vampire Night: $16,512,486

    Yellowstone 3D- $14,254,695

     

    Year 3 Domestic Totals- Average: 92.9M

    Salvation: 400,061,198

    Bartimaeus and the Golem's Eye: 208,643,400

    Fifty Shades of Gray: 189,238,169

    Ag3nts: 188,867,412

    Animal Farm: 151,931,685

    Wrinkle in Time: 147,300,404

    Hercule Poirot's Christmas: 103,886,309

    Chaperones: 94,864,684

    51: 70,622,285

    The Haunting in Wisconsin: 60,346,030

    3D: 59,572,097

    Midnight Part 2: 54,272,139

    The Pink Panther Movie: 52,374,926

    Z-Day: 52,357,294

    A Million Little Pieces: 51,452,838

    Jungles: 44,965,476

    Ninja 3D: 42,631,495

    Paranormal lamronaraP: 40,354,343

    Lifeguards: 36,178,947

    River of Death: 36,050,718

    Tornado: 26,448,674

    My Winter Retreat 2: 14,660,975

    The 13th Night III: The Masked Man Revealed: 8,584,420

     

    Year 4 Domestic Totals- Average: 43.2M

    Island of the Blue Dolphins: 120,113,516

    Unbalanced: 101,201,175

    Illusionio 2: 100,834,945

    Paranoia 2: 71,859,957

    The Nutcracker and the Moose King: 70,873,615

    Defiance: 65,848,930

    Columbine: 50,002,555

    Remember Flight 175: 47,379,653

    Sasquatch 3D: 42,279,181

    Hope-Fear-Adventure: 34,971,423

    Pippi Longstocking: 25,569,154

    Midnight: Children of the Damned: 20,789,791

    Mermaid: 19,398,024

    MaZ3: 14,875,144

    Lake of Psychopaths: 11,735,302

    The 13th Night IV: Vengeance of Hell: 11,314,486

    Battle Mars 3D: 5,283,533

    Kardashians! The World’s Greatest Family: 3,180,769

    Six Souls 3D: 2,557,324

     

    Year 5 Domestic Totals- Average: 94.8M

    Paradise $125,361,693

    Unbalanced $106,570,628

    Halloweentown II $89,071,874

    Rise of the Dead $87,832,985

    Brandybrook $86,578,152

    Fright Town 2 $73,274,067

     

    Year 6 Domestic Totals- Average: 57.1M

    The Twenty-One Balloons: 194,327,881

    Wrinkle in Time: A Wind in the Door: 113,124,237

    Unbalanced 3: 95,199,775

    Society: 92,622,258

    Halloweentown III: 77,213,839

    The Impact of Sir Roger the Alien 2: 71,660,374

    The Screwtape Letters: 59,212,505

    The Life of a Prophet: 41,920,793

    The Female Man: 40,173,570

    Paranormal lamronaraP 2: 38,387,632

    Vampire Academy: 30,919,268

    No Surrender: 30,306,414

    Minotaur 3D: 13,637,791

    Frogs, Frogs, and More Frogs 3D: 8,825,935

    Unbalanced 2 & 3 Re-Release: 4,191,538

    Whorehouse: 1,410,791

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    Guernica Studios yearly report:

    Year One

    Films: 3

    The Seventh Seal

    Worldwide Total: $546.1M

    Profit: +$142m

    The Vast Dark Trilogy Part One: The Serpent's Egg

    Worldwide Total: $183.7M

    Profit: $61m

    Cinerama

    Worldwide Total: $4.6M

    Profit: +$1m

    WW Revenue: 734m

    Net profit: 203m

    Oscar: 3 wins

    Year Two

    Films: 6

    The Few

    Worldwide Total: $380,384,037

    Profit: +$115,192,018

    Devotion

    Worldwide Total: $184,880,368

    Profit: +$27,440,184

    The War of the Worlds

    Worldwide Total: $168,777,710

    Loss: -$15,611,145

    The Vast Dark Part Two: The Sacrament

    Worldwide Total: $134,813,581

    Profit: +$41,406,790

    Delta

    Worldwide Total: $119,770,307

    Profit: +$24,885,153

    Yellowstone 3D

    Worldwide Total: $14,254,695

    Profit: +$5,122,395

    Revenue: 1.002m

    Net profit: 201m

    Oscar: 1 wins, BP nomination

    Year Three

    Films: 4

    8AM

    Worldwide Total: 730,463,208

    Profit: +225,231,604

    Planeswalkers: A New World

    Worldwide Total: 475,672,563

    Profit: +22,836,282

    The Man and His Hat

    Worldwide Total: 279,175,792

    Profit: +79,587,896

    Quentin Tarantino's The Last Projectionist

    Worldwide Total: 104,424,195

    Profit: +17,212,098

    WW Revenue: 1.588m

    Net profit: 345m

    Year Four

    Films: 8

    Decker

    Profit: -32.4m

    Giant Spiders

    Profit: +13.8m

    Comedians

    Profit: +1.6m

    Grunge

    Profit: +3.2m

    The Flowers of Arvika

    Profit: +14.9m

    The Vast Dark Part Three: The Execution

    Profit: +41.5m

    The Triple Nickels

    Profit: +1.5m

    Miracle Kids

    Profit: +10.5m

    WW Revenue: 948m

    Net profit: 54.6m

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    C00k13 Pictures

    Founded: Year 4
    Commenced Operations: Year 5
    President: Sebastian Jönsson (Y5-?)

    Company Logo: A full plate of chocolate-chip cookies is put on the table. Several hands grab the cookies from the plate as a munching sound is heard. A single cookie is left to come to life, grow an arm and pull a black marker out of thin air, only to write C00k13 Pictures (vowels are replaced with numbers) at the lower half of the screen.

    Film History (Budget/OW/Total Gross/WW/Yearly DOM Rank/Profit):

    [sorted by release date]

    Year 5

    Untitled Animation - $150,000,000?
    The Last Colony - $65,000,000

    Total - $215,000,000

    Awards (Nominations/Wins):
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    Golden Age Films

    Founded: Year 4
    Commenced Operations: Year 6
    President: Chiorean Daniel(Y5-?)

    Company Logo: TBA

    Film History:

     

    <Movie title> - <Genre> - <Budget> - <Director> - <Main Cast>

    Year 6

     

    The Story of Daniel Rigger - Adventure/Drama - 25M - Guy Ritchie - Liam Neeson, Emma Watson

     

    *0 Oscar Nominations
    *Critical Consensus: 32 points

    *Box Office: $25,717,822/$116,859,801/$210,731,683 (OW/FG/WW)

     

    To The Moon - Animation/Drama - 105M - Kan Gao - Bonnie Wright, Sebastian Stan, Olivia Wilde, Tom Hanks

     

    *9 Oscar Nominations (Best Picture, Best Animated Feature, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Voice Actor/Actress in Leading Role (x2: Tom Hanks, Bonnie Wright), Best Voice Actor/Actress in Supporting Role (x2: Olivia Wilde, Sebastian Stan), Best Original Song ("Everything is Alright), Best Sound Mixing)

     

    *Critical Consensus: 137 points (Number 1 on two lists; Top 5 on four lists)

    *Box office: $31,840,59/$216,815,225/$602,565,110

     

    Year 7

     

    Heavy Rain - Crime/Drama/Thriller/Action - 75M - Tomas Alfredson - Eric Bana, John Goodman, Cassey Affleck, Natalie Portman

     

    *2 Oscar Nominations (Best Supporting Actor (Casey Affleck); Best Adapted Screenplay)

     

    *Critical Consensus: 93 points

     

    *Box Office: $37,819,580/$133,017,859/$314,683,123

     

    Journey - Fantasy/Adventure - 125M - Ang Lee

     

    *2 Oscar Nominations (Best Cinematography, Best Production Design)

     

    *Critical Consensus: 7 points

     

    *Box Office: $12,076,330/$68,201,563/$239,675,087

     

    Amnesia: The Dark Descent - Thriller/Horror - 25M

     

    *0 Oscar Nominations

     

    *Critical Consensus: 4 points

     

    *Box Office: $10,043,682/$22,000,338/$43,790,265

     

    Penumbra - Thriller/Horror

     

    *0 Oscar Nominations

     

    *Critical Consensus: 0 points

     

    *Box Office: $18,459,203/$44,091,819/$64,579,102

     

    Year 8

     

    TBA

     

    Upcoming projects:

     

    TBA

     

     

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    Arcturus Entertainment

    Founding: Y3
    President: Richard Zhang (Y3-)
    Logo: A pictoral representation of the constellation Bootes (A ox-driver), then one by one the stars of the constellation shine and then fade. The lines are connected before the final star, Arcturus, the brightest of the constellation shines brighter and brighter as the words Arcturus Entertainment appear beneath the logo.

    Y3

    Domestic/Worldwide Grosses (By Release Date)
    House on the Hills: $16,310,375/$25,517,533 (+$1,758,766.50)
    The Rescue: $95,562,794/$165,577,093 (+$57,788,546.50)
    Divergent: $155,025,373/$434,100,449 (+$132,050,224.50)
    Vault Break: $127,437,031/$300,466,095 (-$14,766,952.50)
    The Untold Story of Hansel and Gretal: $91,029,091/$256,159,124 (+$83,079,562)

    The Coming Storm: $159,181,275/$436,278,281 (+$63,139,140.50)
    Bobby: $151,741,828/$311,752,234 (+$25,876,117)
    1910: $50,634,018/$222,659,141 (+$91,329,570.50)
    Election 2000: $5,289,927/$6,169,025 (-$6,915,487.50)
    La Follia di Gesualdo: $7,523,881/$63,216,302 (+$19,108,151)
    CHERUB 1.0: $54,270,107/$104,291,703 (-$12,854,148.50)
    Thane of the Flies: $64,434,837/$166,479,858 (+$28,239,929)
    Love in Poitiers: $25,629,106/$85,630,119 (+$14,815,059.50)
    Total Profit: $1,004,069,634/$2,578,396,957 (+$482,698,478.50)

    Critical Consensus
    The Coming Storm - 131
    Love in Poitiers - 49

    Divergent - 25
    Bobby - 21
    Vault Break - 20
    Election 2000 - 14
    Thane of the Flies - 12
    La Follia di Gesualdo - 6

    Oscar Nominees & Wins
    The Coming Storm - 2 for 12 (Picture, Director(Steven Daldry), Leading Actor (Paul Bettany), Supporting Actor (Ben Barnes), Original Screenplay, Ensemble, Cinematography, Production Design, Costumes, Song("The Coming Storm"), Sound Editing, Visual Effects)
    Love in Poitiers - 1 for 6 (Leading Actress (Meryl Streep), Supporting Actor (Michael Sheen), Supporting Actress (Glenn Close), Ensemble, Production Design, Makeup)
    Thane of the Flies - 0 for 3 (Supporting Actress (Tilda Swinton), Adapted Screenplay, Costumes)
    Divergent - 0 for 1 (Adapted Screenplay)
    Election 2000 - 0 for 1 (Documentary)

    La Follia di Gesualdo - 0 for 1 (Foreign Language Film)
    Vault Break - 0 for 1 (Use of Action)



    Y4

    Domestic/Worldwide Grosses (By Release Date)
    Divisions: $195,409,883/$565,410,915 (+$117,705,457.50)
    Insurgent: $247,653,341/$595,413,523 (+$142,706,761.50)
    Wenan: $80,127,544/$141,139,672 (+$25,569,836)
    Death of a Salesman: $67,945,311/$112,485,522 (+$16,242,761)
    In the Line of Service: $45,697,986/$89,008,388 (+$19,504,194)
    Total: $636,834,065/$1,503,458,020 (+$321,729,010)

    Critical Consensus
    Wenan - 155
    Death of a Salesman - 67
    Divisions - 53
    In the Line of Service - 41
    Insurgent - 25

    Oscar Nominees & Wins
    Wenan - 2 for 8 (Picture, Director (Paul Thomas Anderson), Original Screenplay, Original Score (Howard Shore), Cinematography, Film Editing, Costumes, Make-up)
    Divisions - 0 for 2 (Film Editing, Visual Effects)
    Death of a Salesman - 0 for 1 (Adapted Screenplay)
    In the Line of Service - 0 for 1 (Leading Actress (Cate Blanchett))


    Y5

    Domestic/Worldwide Grosses (By Release Date)
    Beast: $14,024,539/$16,997,264 (-$1,368)
    The Guardian: $91,789,126/$129,891,264 (+$39,945,632)
    The Very Last First Time: $34,260,060/$56,208,897 (-$1,895,551.50)
    Oro: $250,737,077/$821,050,886 (+$225,525,443)
    The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones: $192,557,542/$503,150,230 (+$126,575,115)
    Harlington House: $38,339,951/$57,297,898 (+$3,648,949)
    Empty Hearth: $77,102,531/$166,709,926 (+$53,354,963)
    Catharsis: $25,300,804/$42,083,569 (-$8,958,215.50)
    Worlds Apart: $276,893,903/$745,300,302 (+$197,650,151)
    Elizabeth and Burton: $12,022,069/$20,258,679 (+$7,129,339.50)
    Corso: $27,943,134/$45,145,087 (-$7,427,456.50)
    Total: $1,040,970,736/$2,604,094,002 (+$635,547,001)

    Critical Consensus
    Empty Hearth - 163
    Oro - 126
    Corso - 72
    Worlds Apart - 61
    The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones - 41
    Catharsis - 33


    Oscar Nominees & Wins
    Oro - 3 for 11 (Picture, Director (Steven Spielberg), Score (John Williams), Cinematography, Production Design, Costume Design, Makeup, Sound Mixing, Sound Editing, Visual Effects, Use of Action)
    Empty Hearth - 4 for 6 (Leading Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis), Supporting Actor (Tommy Lee Jones), Supporting Actress (Marion Cotillard), Original Screenplay, Ensemble, Cinematography)
    Worlds Apart - 0 for 4 (Song ("Letting Go"), Cinematography, Production Design, Visual Effects)
    Corso - 1 for 3 (Supporting Actress (Berenice Bejo), Costumes, Foreign Language)
    The Very Last First Time - 0 for 2 (Animated Feature, Leading Voice Actor/Actress (Matt Bomer))
    The 39 Clues: Maze of Bones - 0 for 1 (Adapted Screenplay)


    Y6

    Domestic/Worldwide Grosses (By Release Date)
    Last Ditch Effort $205,495,234/$636,591,827 (+$138,295,913.50)
    Careful Laid Plans $134,812,701/$389,217,830 (+$159,608,915)
    Barricade $191,092,119/$712,033,494 (+$191,016,747)
    The 39 Clues: One False Note $231,538,714/$564,059,871 (+$167,029,935.50)
    Total: $762,938,768/$2,301,903,022 (+$655,951,511)

    Critical Consensus
    Careful Laid Plans - 162
    Last Ditch Effort - 101
    Barricade - 11
    The 39 Clues: One False Note - 9

    Oscar Nominees & Wins
    Careful Laid Plans - 7 for 15 (Picture, Director (Joel and Ethan Coen), Ensemble, Leading Actor (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Supporting Actor (James Badge Dale), Supporting Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio), Supporting Actress (Rooney Mara), Original Screenplay, Score (Howard Shore), Cinematography,Editing, Production Design, Costumes, Sound Editing, Use of Action )
    Last Ditch Effort - 1 for 6 (Cinematography, Production Design, Costumes, Makeup, Visual Effects, Use of Action)

     

    Y7

    Domestic/Worldwide Grosses (By Release Date)
    The Choice $67,401,298/$105,178,380 (+$32,589,190)
    The 39 Clues: The Sword Thief $261,210,576/$950,313,827 (+$350,156,913.50)
    Risk Management $115,297,358/$291,438,566 (+$110,719,283)
    The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe $315,789,571/$1,162,789,554 (+$436,394,777)

    Le Plaisir, Faux $18,629,804/$47,219,487 (+$8,609,743)
    Total: $778,238,607/$2,556,939,814 (+$938,469,907)

    Critical Consensus 
    Risk Management - 154
    Le Plaisir, Faux - 55
    The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe - 14
    The 39 Clues: One False Note - 9

    Oscar Nominees & Wins
    Risk Management 6 for 8 (Picture, Director (Joel and Ethan Coen)EnsembleSupporting Actor (Ralph Fiennes), Supporting Actress (Julianne Moore)Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing.)
    The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe - 0 for 6 (Cinematography, Production Design, Costumes, Makeup, Visual Effects, Use of Action)

    Le Plaisir, Faux - 1 for 2 (Leading Actress (Isabelle Huppert), Foreign Language)

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    Empire Pictures

    Founded: Year 5
    Commenced Operations: Year 5
    President: John Eriksson (Y5-?)

    Company Logo: An eagle with wings open lands on the studio name. Total is written in big letters while Empire is below it smaller. The background is white while the letters in Total are red and Empire are blue.

    Film History (Budget/OW/DOM/WW):

    Year 5
    The Rise and Fall of WWE - January 2
    1M/4.1M/9.4M/11.1M
    I Love You Too - January 30
    38M/24.8M/96.3M/162.7M
    Godzilla - March 19
    150M/65.4M/177.8M/483.1M
    Silent Invasion - April 16
    5M/13.5M/31.0M/48.9M
    Madonna: Masterpiece - April 23
    9M/8.3M/18.0M/25.0M
    Chris Smith and the Island of Dinosaurs - June 18
    110M/47.5M/156.1M/373.3M
    The Fall - September 17
    7M/16.6M/43.2M/62.6M
    Ratchet & Clank - November 24
    90M/48.4M/161.5M/366.8M

    Year 6
    Killer Computer - January 8
    2.5M/1.7M/5.5M/6.2M
    Taylor Swift: Safe and Sound - January 15
    8.5M/17.7M/35.5M/41.0M
    YOLO - January 22
    3M/10.2M/29.4M/37.1M
    A Warning to the Curious - February 19
    10M/6.9M/21.0M/38.1M
    Uncharted: Drake's Fortune - March 18
    140M/71.3M/226.7M/584.1M
    LA Noire - April 1
    70M/28.5M/115.0M/302.3M
    Silent Invasion 2: Revelation - April 8
    8M/11.9M/27.7M/43.3M
    Wonder Woman - May 13
    140M/51.1M/138.1M/252.9M
    The New Species - May 27
    140M/29.7M/70.0M/221.5M
    Burnout: Takedown - July 29
    90M/36.6M/97.5M/202.6M
    SWAG - September 2
    3M/6.2M/12.4M/13.6M
    The Life and Death of Amy Winehouse - September 9
    7M/4.7M/16.9M/19.9M
    The Fall 2: Back From The Past - September 30
    10M/10.8M/23.0M/34.1M
    Blaster - November 11
    140M/38.2M/88.7M/163.7M
     
    Year 8
    Silent Invasion 3: The Attack - February 2
    8M/4.8M/8.9M/10.4M
    Farmville - February 9
    20M/11.2M/31.5M/62.8M
    At the Mountains of Madness - March 2
    135M/59.1M/147.1M/348.7M
    Lost Planet - March 23
    170M/70.3M/196.1M/451.6M
    Digimon: World Invasion - May 18
    200M/60.1M/196.3M/536.0M
    Godzilla: Apocalipse Part 1 - June 22
    135M/91.3M/234.6M/631.8M
    Uncharted 2: Among Thieves - July 20
    150M/92.2M/251.3M/656.7M
    Killer Computer 2 - September 7
    2.5M/4.1M/6.7M/10.0M
    The Little Mermaid - December 14
    250M/88.5M/386.2M/998.3M
     
    Year 9
    Godzilla Apocalypse Part 2 - July 3
    165M/84.6M/304.6M/971.4M
    The Cloud - August 9
    170M/57.1M/178.2M/452.1M
    The Little Mermaid: Family Edition - August 30
    7.5M/19.0M/51.0M/66.4M

    Silent Invasion 4: The Final Chapter 3D - October 25

    15M/16.0M/28.3M/79.3M

    Watch_Dogs - November 15

    130M/47.2M/155.7M/605.1M
     
    Year 10

    Curiosity - January 10

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    Ratchet & Clank 2 - February 7

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    Just a bump for this thread not to get lost.I may give up in the future, but I am having a lot of fun. I hope this game continues to exist for the years to come. I mean, when I found Box Office Fantasy it immediatly started to have problems and ended in 3 months, I hope the same doesn't happen here. :mellow:Did ChD disappeared or what?

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    So I wonder which studios are the big guns, like WB and Paramount in real life. It would be interesting if someone would try to match all the players' studios with real life studios, so we could see which one is like the Paramount of the game, who is like the Universal, who is like Disney, etc.

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    Creator, Numbers are two of the biggest. Probably Warner Bros and Disney of the real life. Spaghetti should be Sony, Paramount and Universal are for SilverShark and Andrew. Fox is for Blankments. I am Lionsgate and Alpha is Summit :lol:

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