Up (2009 movie)

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Up
Directed by Pete Docter
Co-Director:
Bob Peterson
Produced by Jonas Rivera
Executive Producers:
John Lasseter
Andrew Stanton
Written by Screenplay:
Bob Peterson
Pete Docter
Story:
Pete Docter
Bob Peterson
Thomas McCarthy
Starring Edward Asner
Christopher Plummer
Jordan Nagai
Bob Peterson
Delroy Lindo
Jerome Ranft
John Ratzenberger
Elie Docter
Music by Michael Giacchino
Studio Pixar Animation Studios
Walt Disney Pictures
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release date(s) May 29, 2009 (North America)
September 3, 2009 (Australia)
October 16, 2009 (United Kingdom)
Running time 97 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $175 million[1]
Money made $472,690,456[2]

Up is an American animated movie that came out in 2009. The movie was made by Pixar and distributed by Disney. It was first shown at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. It was a successful movie and was one of the top movies for 2009.

Up includes the main characters of boy named Russell and an old man Mr. Fredrickson, and Kevin the rare bird. They take an adventure in a house with balloons to carry it up in the sky. As they fly their desired destination is in Venezeula.

The movie won 2 Academy Awards one for Best Animated Feature and one for Best Original Score in 2010.

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Chile 28 May 2009
 Kazakhstan 28 May 2009
 Russia 28 May 2009
 Canada 29 May 2009
 United States 29 May 2009
 United Arab Emirates 3 June 2009
 Egypt 3 June 2009
 Kuwait 4 June 2009
 Colombia 5 June 2009
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 Uruguay 5 June 2009
 Venezuela 5 June 2009
 Argentina 11 June 2009
 Georgia 11 June 2009
 Lebanon 11 June 2009
 Peru 11 June 2009
 Thailand 11 June 2009
 Ecuador 12 June 2009
 Panama 12 June 2009
 Romania 12 June 2009
 Ukraine 18 June 2009
 Vietnam 17 July 2009
 Israel 23 July 2009
 Switzerland 29 July 2009 (French speaking region)
 France 29 July 2009
 Indonesia 29 July 2009
 Spain 30 July 2009
 Hong Kong 30 July 2009
 South Korea 30 July 2009
 Taiwan 31 July 2009
 China 4 August 2009
 Croatia 6 August 2009
 Estonia 7 August 2009
 Latvia 7 August 2009
 Singapore 7 August 2009
 Portugal 13 August 2009
 Philippines 19 August 2009
 Czech Republic 20 August 2009
Malaysia Malaysia 20 August 2009
 Lithuania 21 August 2009
 Iceland 26 August 2009
 Slovakia 27 August 2009
 Australia 3 September 2009
 Brazil 4 September 2009
 Greece 10 September 2009
 New Zealand 10 September 2009
 India 11 September 2009
 Austria 17 September 2009
 Switzerland 17 September 2009 (German speaking region)
 Germany 17 September 2009
 Slovenia 24 September 2009
 Bulgaria 25 September 2009
 Norway 25 September 2009
 Denmark 2 October 2009
 Belgium 7 October 2009
 Netherlands 7 October 2009
 Finland 9 October 2009
 United Kingdom 9 October 2009
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 Hungary 15 October 2009
 Italy 15 October 2009
 Poland 16 October 2009
 Sweden 16 October 2009
 Turkey 16 October 2009
 Syria 19 November 2009
 Japan 5 December 2009

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