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Imaginary Animals (also known as Imaginary Creatures or Fantastic Critters in other territories) is a 2017 American computer-animated buddy comedy-adventure film co-produced by Glass Ball Productions and Geo LTD. Animation. It is the 51st Geo LTD. feature film. Directed by Geo G. and Charles Zembillas, the film features the voices of Robbie Daymond, Bryce Papenbrook, John Goodman, Ariel Winter, T. J. Miller, Allison Janney, Danny McBride, Bill Hader, Maya Rudolph, Andy Serkis, Elizabeth Banks and Alan Tudyk.

In a planet populated by anthropomorphic creatures anyone can imagine, a green creature named Prack (Daymond) lives in a peaceful live in his small village until one day a giant monster starts to invade the village and carries Prack to a beautiful place called Southland. At there, Prack meets a small, blue creature named Moot (Papenbrook), who helps him to get home. Together they must stop the evil brown demon Cazarlos (Tudyk) and his henchmen from attacking Southland.

The film was released by Universal Pictures on March 3, 2017 and received generally positive reviews and has grossed $263 million worldwide. A sequel has been announced for a release on March 6, 2020.


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In 2007, Geo G. was pitched to develop a movie called Wild Creatures, set in a planet of creatures. Years later, Universal Pictures announced on a official press release that Geo is directing and writing a comedy-adventure animated film about creatures with a working title The Untitled Movie About A Weird Planet from Geo LTD. Animation. The film is animated by Blur Animation Workshop, is scheduled for a 2017 release. Teenage actor Robbie Daymond was reportedly in talks to voice a character in the film.

In May 2015, it was revealed that Charles Zembillas, who previously designed early concept art for games such as Crash Bandicoot, Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy, and Spyro the Dragon, had been added as the co-director of the film. In addition, the film's title was revealed as Geo G's Imaginary Animals. It was later retitled Imaginary Animals. By January 23, 2016, Glass Ball Productions had agreed to co-finance the film, and provided about 20% of the budget.

Judging by the film's theme, Geo G. described the film as "Avatar meets Pokémon or Dr. Seuss."


In August 2015, Deadline reported that Robbie Daymond was cast as Prack in the film. In September 2015, The Hollywood Reporter announced that Bryce Papenbrook had been cast as the film's deuteragonist Moot. In October 2015, TheWrap reported that John Goodman was cast as tritagonist Busho in the film. It was also announced that actress Ariel Winter was cast as Prack's love interest, with Allison Janney and Danny McBride voicing Prack's parents, while T. J. Miller, Bill Hader and Maya Rudolph were cast. Andy Serkis later joined the film's cast in November 2015; his character's name was revealed to be the Great Voko, as well as Mark Hamill and John DiMaggio who are also voices of Sleepy Creature and Gerald.


Main article: Imaginary Animals (soundtrack)

In August 2016, it had been confirmed that John Debney will be composing the score for the film.


Imaginary Animals was originally scheduled to be released on July 21, 2017, but in April 2015 the release date was moved up to March 3, 2017, switching places with Geo LTD. Animation's other film The World of Bono.


The first official trailer was released theatrically in June 2016.

Home media

Imaginary Animals will be released on Digital HD on May 30, 2017, and on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, Ultra HD Blu-ray, and DVD on June 6, 2017. The releases will include a short film called Busho's Guide to Cool Things.


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Main article: 2018 Kids' Choice Awards Sequel Universal and Geo LTD. have announced plans for a sequel, slated for March 6, 2020.

Geo LTD.
Geo's Funny Book Stories (1973) • The Missing Adventures of Geo Guy (1979) • The Crazy Lalo Madness (1980) • Spiffed (1981) • The Dark Red Eye (1982) • Zane the Cool Kid (1983) • Zane the Cool Kid 2: Life Rocks (1987) • Goois (1988) • The Orange Spaceship (1989) • City of Aliens (1990) • The Green House (1991) • Zane the Cool Kid 3: Back in a Cool and Awesome Kid (1992) • Lo and the Short Island (1993) • Escape from Creepy Land (1994) • Rise, Fall, Revenge and Attack of the Dark Creatures (1995) • Paint World (1996) • Sky Island (1997) • Matt and Jeff (1998) • Lollos (2002) • Geo: The Greatest Movie Ever (2002) • Blue Ball (2003) • How Frogs Go to London (2005) • BJ and Wally (2006) • The 10 Feet (2007) • The World Invasion (2008) • BJ and Wally: FusionMania (2008) • Woo La La (2009) • Swapped (2009) • Dot Box (2010) • BJ and Wally Go Around the World (2011) • Chicken and Hen (2012) • Dot Box 2 (2012) • Zane the Cool Kid (2012) • Quest (2013) • Dot Box 3 (2013) • The Graffiti Brothers (2014) • Hatty (2015) • Quest 2 (2016) • Evolupia (2016) • The World of Bono (2017) • Woo La La 2 (2018) • Quest 3 (2019)
Produced with Blur Animation Workshop:
Lost in a City (1999) • The Nut Box (2001) • Computerpolis (2004) • Metal Mike (2006) • Computerpolis 2 (2007) • Computerpolis 3 (2010) • Gabriel and the Wacky Pack (2011) • Geo (2013) • Gabriel and the Wacky Pack 2 (2014) • Geo 2 (2015) • Imaginary Animals (2017) • Gabriel and the Wacky Pack 3 (2017) • Geo 3 (2018) • Computerpolis 4 (2018) • Fuzzies (2019) • Imaginary Animals 2 (2020)
Produced under VerniX Animation Studios:
MYCUN (2015) • 3 Simple Doods and 1 Simple Doodette (2017) • MYCUN 2 (2018) • Cool Spot (2018) • Little Guys (2019) • Rage Comics (2019) • 3 Simple Doods 2 (2020) • Castle (2021)
Other films:
Tony: The Movie (2000) • The Sentinel (2020)
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