The Emperor's New Groove

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
The Emperor's New Groove
Directed byMark Dindal
Produced byRandy Fullmer
Don Hahn
Screenplay byDavid Reynolds
Story byMark Dindal
Chris Williams
StarringDavid Spade
John Goodman
Eartha Kitt
Patrick Warburton
Wendie Malick
Music byJohn Debney
Distributed byBuena Vista Distribution
Release date
  • December 15, 2000 (2000-12-15)
Running time
78 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$100 million[1]
Box office$169,327,687[1]

The Emperor's New Groove is a 2000 American animated family movie. It was made by Walt Disney Animation Studios released on December 15, 2000. and It is a 39th movie. The title refers to the fairy tale The Emperor's New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen. The movie is not very much like the fairy tale.

The movie received an Academy Award nomination for Best Song for "My Funny Friend and Me" performed by Sting. It lost against "Things Have Changed" by Bob Dylan from Wonder Boys.

A direct-to-video sequel, Kronk's New Groove, was released in December 2005. There was also an animated television series, The Emperor's New School, in January 2006.

Cast[change | change source]

Annie Awards[change | change source]

Annie Awards are an award each year for animated movies.

Result Award Winner/Nominee Recipient(s)
Nominated Animated Theatrical Feature
Nominated Individual Achievement in Directing Mark Dindal (Director)
Nominated Individual Achievement in Writing Mark Dindal (Story)
Chris Williams (Story)
David Reynolds (Screenplay)
Nominated Individual Achievement in Storyboarding Stephen J. Anderson (Story Supervisor)
Nominated Individual Achievement in Storyboarding Don Hall (Story Artist)
Nominated Individual Achievement in Production Design Colin Stimpson (Art Director)
Won Individual Achievement in Character Animation Dale Baer (Supervising Animator—Yzma)
Won Individual Achievement in Voice Acting - Female Eartha Kitt ("Yzma")
Nominated Individual Achievement in Voice Acting - Male Patrick Warburton ("Kronk")
Won Individual Achievement in Music Sting (Music/Lyrics)
David Hartley (Music)

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "The Emperor's New Groove". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2012-01-05.