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TjsWorld2011 Pictures, LLC (formerly TjsWorld2011 Entertainment and also known simply as TW2011 Pictures) is an American independent animation studio and production company headquartered in San Diego, California. It is the production company of animators TjsWorld2011 and Ntpockets, and was founded on June 10, 1992 as TjsWorld2011 Entertainment and renamed on April 12, 2003 under its current name.

The studio is best known for the series PuffRuff School, Tj's World, and Crayon High, and has currently produced fourteen feature films to date, starting with Operation BLUE (1993) and leading up to Palm City (2017).

HistoryEdit

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TW2011 Entertainment logo (1993–2003)

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FilmographyEdit

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FilmsEdit

Released filmsEdit

As TjsWorld2011 EntertainmentEdit
# Title Release date Notes Budget Box office RT score MPAA rating
1 Operation BLUE August 20, 1993 co-production with Film Roman; distributed by 20th Century Fox $21 million $100.4 million 77% PG
2 The Hub August 11, 1995 distributed by Paramount Pictures $20 million $101.3 million 69%
3 Revolt Squad August 21, 1998 co-production with Pyro R. Productions; distributed by Warner Bros. $22 million $102.3 million 79%
4 Project Zero March 17, 2000 distributed by Paramount Pictures $27 million $102.6 million 83%
5 PuffRuff School: The Movie August 17, 2001 co-production with Pyro R. Productions; distributed by 20th Century Fox $21 million $136.5 million 76%
As TjsWorld2011 PicturesEdit
# Title Release date Notes Budget Box office RT score MPAA rating
6 Team POWER July 9, 2004 co-production with Imperium Entertainment; distributed by Paramount Pictures $26 million $121.3 million 63% PG
7 Tj's World: The Movie March 18, 2005 co-production with Nickelodeon Movies; distributed by Paramount Pictures $28 million $138.4 million 75%
8 Heroball August 8, 2008 distributed by Paramount Pictures (US) and DreamWorks Pictures (international) $30 million $127.4 million 81%
9 ROBLOX: The Movie June 17, 2011 co-production with ROBLOX Development; distributed by Paramount Pictures (US) and Universal Pictures (international); first film to be computer-animated and presented in 3D; first film to be based on a video game or licensed property $45 million $242.6 million 87%
10 Uploaded August 10, 2012 distributed by Universal Pictures $30 million $100.7 million 59%
11 Planet Chasers August 15, 2014 co-production with NovaStar Animation; distributed by 20th Century Fox; first film to recieve a PG-13 rating $32 million $129.2 million 57% PG-13
12 Reality Check July 17, 2015 co-production with NovaStar Animation; distributed by 20th Century Fox $31 million $155.3 million 65%
13 Ready Player One July 1, 2016 co-production with Nickelodeon Movies; distributed by Paramount Pictures; based on the 2011 novel by Ernest Cline; first film to be based on a book $36 million $343.8 million 86% PG
14 Palm City August 18, 2017 co-production with NovaStar Animation and Village Roadshow Pictures; distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures $32 million $122.4 million 64% PG-13

Upcoming filmsEdit

# Title Release date Notes Production status
15 Armada June 29, 2018 co-production with Nickelodeon Movies; distributed by Paramount Pictures; loosely based on the 2015 novel by Ernest Cline Complete
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August 2, 2019 co-production with NovaStar Animation; distributed by 20th Century Fox; based on the webcomic by Jon Bois Pre-production

Television seriesEdit

Title Original run Original network Notes
PuffRuff School October 7, 1994 – May 23, 2004 Fox co-production with Pyro R. Productions and 20th Century Fox Television; distributed by 20th Television
Tj's World September 18, 1999 – present Nickelodeon co-production with Nickelodeon Animation Studios; distributed by Viacom Media Networks
Crayon High September 8, 2016 – present Cartoon Network co-production with Cartoon Network Studios; distributed by Warner Bros. Television Distribution

See alsoEdit