Nickelodeon Movies

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Nickelodeon Movies
Type Production arm of Nickelodeon
Industry Motion pictures
When it was created 1995
Headquarters Los Angeles, California, United States
Owner(s) Paramount Pictures/Viacom
Parent Paramount Motion Pictures Group
Website nickelodeonmovies.com

Nickelodeon Movies is the motion picture production arm of children's cable channel Nickelodeon, originally launched in 1995.


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In 1993, they wanted to release movies after Rugrats (planned for a fall 1994 release), Doug (planned for a spring 1995 release) and Ren and Stimpy (planned for a summer 1995 release), but all of those got cancelled and scrapped, didn't make movies until 1996, when Harriet the Spy was released.

Film list[change | change source]

Title Release Date Production Company(s) Budget Gross
Harriet the Spy July 10, 1996 Paramount / Rastar $13 million $26,570,048
Good Burger July 25, 1997 Paramount / Tollin/Robbins Productions $9 million $23,712,993
The Rugrats Movie November 20, 1998 Paramount / Klasky Csupo $24 million $140,894,675
Snow Day February 11, 2000 Paramount / C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures $13 million $62,464,731
Rugrats in Paris: The Movie November 17, 2000 Paramount / Klasky Csupo $30 million $103,291,131
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius December 21, 2001 Paramount / O Entertainment / DNA Productions $30 million $102,992,536
Clockstoppers March 29, 2002 Paramount / Valhalla Motion Pictures $26 million $38,793,283
Hey Arnold!: The Movie June 28, 2002 Paramount / Snee-Oosh $3–4 million $15,249,308
The Wild Thornberrys Movie December 20, 2002 Paramount / Klasky Csupo $35 million $60,694,737
Rugrats Go Wild June 13, 2003 $25 million $55,405,466
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie November 19, 2004 Paramount / United Plankton Pictures $30 million $140,161,792
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events December 17, 2004 DreamWorks (International) / Paramount (US) $142 million $209,073,645
Mad Hot Ballroom (distribution only) May 13, 2005 Paramount Classics / Warner Bros. (Europe only) / Pathé (Europe only) / Just One Productions $8,117,961
Yours, Mine and Ours November 23, 2005 Paramount (US) / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Columbia (International) $45 million $72,028,752
Nacho Libre June 16, 2006 Paramount / Black & White Productions $35 million $99,255,460
Barnyard August 4, 2006 Paramount / O Entertainment $52 million $108,000,000
Charlotte's Web December 15, 2006 Paramount / Walden Media / The K Entertainment Company $85 million $144,877,632
The Spiderwick Chronicles February 14, 2008 Paramount / The Kennedy/Marshall Company $90 million $162,899,667
Hotel for Dogs January 16, 2009 DreamWorks (under Paramount Pictures) / Cold Spring Pictures / Donners' Company / Montecito Picture Company $75 million $117,000,198
Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging March 12, 2009 Paramount $1 million $13,835,569
Imagine That June 12, 2009 Paramount / di Bonaventura Pictures $55 million $22,985,194
The Last Airbender July 1, 2010 Paramount / Blinding Edge Pictures / The Kennedy/Marshall Company $150 million $319,713,881
Rango March 4, 2011 Paramount / GK Films / Blind Wink / Industrial Light and Magic $135 million $245,375,374
The Adventures of Tintin December 21, 2011 Paramount (US) / Columbia (International) / Amblin Entertainment / The Kennedy/Marshall Company / WingNut Films $135 million $373,993,951
Fun Size October 26, 2012 Paramount / Anonymous Content / Fake Empire Productions $14 million $10,911,519

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