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Rivera Media Group is an American independent animation studio founded by TjsWorld2011 in 1985 and headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. Most of the studio's films are co-produced and distributed by Paramount Pictures, but also by other studios such as Columbia Pictures.

History

Supreme Entertainment was founded on August 1, 1985 by Ntpockets. For its launch, the studio signed with Paramount Pictures a three-picture deal to produce computer animated films for the studio. That same year, visual artist TjsWorld2011 created a one-minute animated short titled Jackson Siblings. A feature film based on this short titled Coach Phanter began production in 2003 as Rivera's first full length animated feature film; it was released on August 25, 2006 by Fox.

In February 2010, Supreme formed a distribution deal with Universal Pictures; in July, however, Universal abandoned its deal with Rivera.

In 2016, Paramount's parent company Viacom purchased a 50% stake in Supreme, strengthening the relationship between the company Paramount.

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Filmography

Feature films

Released films

# Title Release date Distributor/co-production with Budget Gross RT MC
1 Operation Cobra August 11, 1995 distributed by Paramount Pictures $66 million $170.3 million 84% 70
2 Duckman: The Average of Guardians August 9, 1996 $64 million $137.5 million 91% 82
3 Rise of the Avenger Crash October 17, 1997 $22 million $81.3 million 87% 71
4 Jack Day August 13, 1999 $29 million $102.7 million 72% 59
5 Blocks Crazy February 11, 2000 $26 million $106.4 million 80% 65
6 The Brother March 30, 2001 $35 million $137.5 million 64% 83
7 Brandon Madero March 29, 2002 distributed by Fox Searchlight Pictures $20 million $127.3 million 94% 66
8 Team Betty July 9, 2004 distributed by Paramount Pictures $24 million $171.3 million 77% 46
9 KoGaMa: The Movie November 18, 2005 $22 million $137.5 million 75% 63
10 Coach Phanter August 25, 2006 distributed by 20th Century Fox $29 million $102.7 million 46% 42
11 Uksweld January 12, 2007 distributed by Columbia Pictures $24 million $134.5 million 79% 98
12 Grander Kruse August 15, 2008 distributed by Paramount Pictures $67 million $107.6 million 87% 95
13 Wendell Bolt December 11, 2009 $22 million $91.2 million 65% 37
14 Save the Future Crew December 17, 2010 distributed by 20th Century Fox and Regency Enterprises $74 million $100.7 million 27% 44
15 Henry's Drive March 4, 2011 Lakestorm Entertainment; distributed by Paramount Pictures $25 million $100.9 million 68% 78
16 Square October 26, 2012 distributed by Paramount Pictures $27 million $105.7 million 97% 58
17 Herobolt August 29, 2014 distributed by 20th Century Fox and Regency Enterprises $32 million $129.2 million 99% 41
18 Rescue Chasers December 11, 2015 Nickelodeon Movies; distributed by Paramount Pictures $37 million $264.7 million 73% 91
19 Awards June 3, 2016 $36 million $203.8 million 76% 54
20 Brother Trucks October 27, 2017 Gone291 Studios; distributed by Paramount Pictures $36 million $203.8 million 74% 24
21 Chowerk January 27, 2020 Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot Productions $40 million $503.9 million 119% 29

Upcoming films

# Title Released date Co-production with
22 Hooray High: The Animate of Group April 23, 2020 Paramount Pictures and Varek Movies
23 Herobolt 2 May 22, 2020 Paramount Pictures
24 Fredection January 29, 2021 Universal Pictures
25 Breaker Tracker May 20, 2021 20th Century Fox

Television series

Title Premiere date End date Network
Kershea Gameze August 3, 1993 January 2, 2000 Nickelodeon
The Adventures of Uksweld February 7, 2001 March 15, 2006 Comedy Central
Jackard August 15, 2004 July 27, 2007 Fox
Hooray High August 11, 2011 Present Varek
Coach Phanter (TV series) September 1, 2011 October 14, 2013 Fox
Hooney & Kames November 4, 2017 Present NickToons and Varek
Blocks Crazy (TV series) August 2, 2019 January 11, 2020 Nickelodeon

See also

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