ROBLOX: The Movie is a 2010 American animated action-adventure comedy film based on the online video game of the same name created by David Basucki and Erik Cassel. The film was produced by TjsWorld2011 Pictures, Imperium Entertainment, and Roblox Corporation, and released by Paramount Pictures on June 11, 2010. It was the ninth feature film produced by TW2011 Pictures, as well as its first to be based on a licensed property. Basucki and Cassel served as executive producers for the film. The film, which combines two-dimensional animation with three-dimensional animation, tells the story of how the Creation Stone of ROBLOX is stolen by Lord Haxxor, and four boys named Robert, Daryll, Johnny and Gabriel are suddenly involved in the event when they decide to try and get it back as they travel through various worlds in the ROBLOX universe.
Paramount Pictures acquired the film distribution rights to the game in 2008, while TW2011 Pictures acquired production rights. The film's script was rewritten approximately six times during production. The film was originally scheduled to be released on July 2, 2010, but was changed to June 4 and finally to June 11, 2010. The film was a commercial success and received critical acclaim, and is one of TW2011 Pictures' most profitable films to date. It was later released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 2, 2010.
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