Ilion Animation Studios

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Ilion Animation Studios
Industry CGI animation
Founded 2002
Founder Javier Perez Dolset
Ignacio Pérez Dolset[1]
Headquarters Las Rozas, Madrid, Spain
Key people
Ignacio Pérez Dolset (COO)
Jose San Román (CEO)
Gonzalo Rueda (CTO/COO)[2]

Ilion Animation Studios is a Spanish animation studio based in Madrid, Spain. The studio was established by the founders of Pyro Studios, a video game development studio, to create computer-animated movies for theatrical release. Ilion produced the CGI-animated film, Planet 51.


Ilion Animation Studios was originally based in Madrid, Spain. The Perez Dolset brothers, Javier and Ignacio Perez Dolset, founded the company in the year of 2002 to make animated movies. Ilion Animation Studios is a partner with U-Tad, which is a European University that is specialized in digital arts and technology. Ilion comes up with all of its own content. On occasion, Ilion works with some of its third parties.[1] Ilion Animation Studios is independently and privately owned.[3]

Planet 51[edit]

Planet 51 was released in 2009. In order to create this animated feature-length film, there was over 350 people involved. The staff that came from over 20 different countries included artists, program developers, engineers and other skilled professionals.[1]


Feature films[edit]

# Title Release date Budget Gross RT MC
1 Planet 51 20 November 2009 $70 million $105.6 million 21% 39
2 Mortadelo and Filemon: Mission Implausible[4][5][6][7] 28 November 2014 $12.5 million $5.5 million (in Spain) 60%
3 Amusement Park[8][9][10] 13 July 2018[11] $100 million[9]
4 Untitled film 2019[12]
5 Luck TBA[13]


  1. ^ a b c "About Us". Ilion Animation Studios. Retrieved 31 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "Management Team". Ilion Animation Studios. Retrieved 31 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "Financial Information". Ilion Animation Studios. Retrieved 31 January 2013. 
  4. ^ Aguado, Carlos (15 May 2014). "PRIMER TRÁILER DE LA NUEVA MORTADELO Y FILEMÓN". IGN. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 
  5. ^ "MORTADELO & FILEMON". Film Factory Entertainment. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 
  6. ^ Dale, Martin (16 May 2014). "CANNES: Spanish Filmmakers Aim for Wider Audience with Genre Fare". Variety. Retrieved 20 August 2014. Film Factory is repping "Foosball" by Oscar winner Juan Jose Campanella and the $15 million 3D spy parody, "Mortadelo & Filemon: Mission Implausible." 
  7. ^ "Annecy: Paramount Animation, Spain's Ilion Ally on 3D Tentpole (EXCLUSIVE)". variety. Retrieved 15 June 2015. 
  8. ^ Hopewell, John. "Annecy: Paramount Animation, Spain's Ilion Ally on 3D Tentpole (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved 15 June 2015. 
  9. ^ a b Uriondo, Miguel Ángel. "'Amusement Park', la mayor película de animación de la historia de España". sabemos Retrieved 6 December 2015. 
  10. ^ Peña, Ángel. "'Ilion goes to Hollywood': la edad de oro de la animación española". Retrieved 18 July 2016. 
  11. ^ Lee, Ashley (26 January 2017). "Paramount Shifts Animated 'Amusement Park' to July 2018". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 29 January 2017. 
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