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21 Laps Entertainment

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

21 Laps Entertainment
FormerlyWunjo, Inc. (1999–2005)
IndustryFilm
Television
FoundedJanuary 29, 1999; 22 years ago (1999-01-29) (as Wunjo, Inc.)
2005; 16 years ago (2005) (as 21 Laps Entertainment)[1]
FounderShawn Levy
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Shawn Levy (CEO)
Josh Barry (President of Television Division)
Paige Simpson (Vice President of Television)
ProductsMotion pictures, television programs

21 Laps Entertainment is an American film and television production company run by director-producer Shawn Levy.[2] The company is best known as the creators of Stranger Things, and exclusively distributes content through a partnership with Netflix.[3]

History

In 1999, Shawn Levy, who after his start on television incorporated and founded the company as Wunjo, Inc. It was in-name only from the beginning until 2005. Levy made his breakout role as a film director on Big Fat Liar, Just Married, and Cheaper by the Dozen.

In 2003, Shawn Levy, after the success of his aforementioned feature films, launched his own production company with a first-look deal at 20th Century Fox Television. Its deal was planning on was to produce half-hour sitcoms and hour-long dramas[4]

In 2005, Shawn Levy rebranded the studio to 21 Laps Entertainment and it signed a non-exclusive deal with 20th Century Fox to produce their films. The film division will be run by Tom McNulty, formerly employee from Happy Madison Productions, and it has a television division run by J.J. Klein. The first two products were Cheaper by the Dozen 2 and Pepper Dennis.[5]

In 2010, Shawn Levy and Marty Adelstein signed on to form a television company called 21 Laps/Adelstein Productions, and it was signed a deal with 20th Century Fox Television, and hired Becky Clements to serve as president.[6]

In 2014, both Levy and Adelstein part ways, with the latter launching Tomorrow Studios as a joint venture with ITV Studios.[7]

One of the company's most recent television projects, Stranger Things, premiered on Netflix in July 2016 and achieved critical acclaim, earning a 95% on Rotten Tomatoes with 55 out of 58 reviews being positive.[8] The show's first season was also one of Netflix's most watched series, averaging 14.07 million adults 18–49 in its first 35 days.[9] Along with producing the series, Levy directed two of the premiere season's episodes.[10] The third season premiered on July 4, 2019[11] and a fourth season has recently been announced.[12] More recently, the company signed a first look deal with Netflix.[13]

Filmography

Films

Year Title Director Distributor Notes
2001 I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus John Shepphird PAX first film; uncredited; co-production with Regent Entertainment, ACH and Medien Capital Treuhand
2002 Big Fat Liar Shawn Levy Universal Pictures first theatrical film; uncredited; co-production with Tollin/Robbins Productions
2003 Just Married 20th Century Fox uncredited; co-production with The Donners' Company and Robert Simonds Productions
Cheaper by the Dozen uncredited; co-production with Robert Simonds Productions
2005 Cheaper by the Dozen 2 Adam Shankman

First credited film under the 21 Laps label

2006 Night at the Museum Shawn Levy co-produced with 20th Century Fox, 1492 Pictures and Dune Entertainment
2008 What Happens in Vegas Tom Vaughan co-produced with 20th Century Fox, Regency Enterprises, Mosaic Media Group, Dune Entertainment and Penn Station Entertainment
The Rocker Peter Cattaneo co-produced with Fox Atomic
2009 Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian Shawn Levy co-produced with 20th Century Fox, 1492 Pictures, Dune Entertainment and Ingenious Film Partners
2010 Date Night co-produced with 20th Century Fox, and Dune Entertainment
2011 Real Steel Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures co-produced with Touchstone Pictures, DreamWorks Pictures and Reliance Entertainment
2012 The Watch Akiva Schaffer 20th Century Fox
2013 The Internship Shawn Levy co-produced with Regency Enterprises, Wild West Picture Show Productions and TSG Entertainment
The Spectacular Now James Ponsoldt A24 co-produced with Andrew Lauren Productions and Global Produce
2014 This Is Where I Leave You Shawn Levy Warner Bros. Pictures co-produced with Warner Bros. Pictures and Spring Creek Productions
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Miguel Arteta Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures co-produced with Walt Disney Pictures and The Jim Henson Company
Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb Shawn Levy 20th Century Fox co-produced with 1492 Pictures and TSG Entertainment
2016 Arrival[14] Denis Villeneuve Paramount Pictures
(North America)
Stage 6 Films
(International)
Entertainment One
(United Kingdom)
Roadshow Films
(Australia)
co-produced with FilmNation Entertainment and Lava Bear Films
Why Him? John Hamburg 20th Century Fox co-produced with Red Hour Productions and TSG Entertainment
2017 Fist Fight[14] Richie Keen Warner Bros. Pictures co-produced with New Line Cinema, Village Roadshow Pictures, RatPac-Dune Entertainment and Wrigley Pictures
Table 19 Jeffrey Blitz Fox Searchlight Pictures co-produced with 3311 Productions
2018 Kodachrome Mark Raso Netflix co-produced with The Gotham Group and Motion Picture Capital
The Darkest Minds Jennifer Yuh Nelson 20th Century Fox
Kin Jonathan Baker and Josh Baker Lionsgate co-produced with Summit Entertainment and No Trace Camping
2020 The Violent Heart Kerem Sanga Gravitas Ventures co-produced with Material Pictures and 3311 Productions
Love and Monsters Michael Matthews Paramount Pictures
(North America)
Netflix
(International)
co-produced with Entertainment One
2021 Free Guy Shawn Levy Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures co-produced with 20th Century Studios, Maximum Effort, Berlanti Productions, TSG Entertainment and Lit Entertainment Group
There's Someone Inside Your House[15] Patrick Brice Netflix co-produced with Atomic Monster Productions
2022 Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again TBA Disney+ co-production with 20th Century Animation, 1492 Pictures and Alibaba Pictures
Untitled Sesame Street film Jonathan Krisel Warner Bros. Pictures co-produced with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Annapurna Pictures, Entertainment 360 and Sesame Workshop
TBA The Adam Project Shawn Levy Netflix co-produced with Maximum Effort and Skydance Media
Crater Kyle Patrick Alvarez Disney+ co-produced with Walt Disney Pictures

Television

Year Title Network
2006 Pepper Dennis The WB
2011–2017
2018–2021
Last Man Standing ABC
Fox
2014–2015 Cristela ABC
2016–present Stranger Things Netflix
2017 Imaginary Mary ABC
2020 I Am Not Okay with This Netflix
2020–present Unsolved Mysteries Netflix
2020 Dash & Lily Netflix
2021–present Shadow and Bone Netflix
TBA All the Light We Cannot See Netflix
Lost Ollie Netflix

References

  1. ^ "Fox Animation Acquires Film Rights to Sanrio's Mr. Men Little Miss Properties". Business Wire.
  2. ^ Breznican, Anthony. "Shawn Levy to produce 'Man Made' book about toughened-up dad". EW.com.
  3. ^ "'Stranger Things' Producer Inks Massive Overall Deal With Netflix". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2019-04-20.
  4. ^ Adalian, Josef (2003-11-14). "Twentieth TV takes up with 'Married' man". Variety. Retrieved 2020-07-01.
  5. ^ Fleming, Michael (2005-10-07). "Levy homes in on Fox". Variety. Retrieved 2020-07-01.
  6. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (2010-06-18). "Shawn Levy And Marty Adelstein Form TV Company, Sign With 20th Century Fox TV And Tap Becky Clements As Prez". Deadline. Retrieved 2020-07-01.
  7. ^ Andreeva, Nellie (2014-06-04). "Marty Adelstein Sets Joint Venture With ITV Studios US To Launch Tomorrow ITV Studios". Deadline. Retrieved 2020-07-01.
  8. ^ "Stranger Things - Season 1 Reviews". Rotten Tomatoes.
  9. ^ Holloway, Daniel. "'Stranger Things' Ratings: Where Series Ranks Among Netflix's Most Watched". Variety.com.
  10. ^ Guerrasio, Jason. "How the man behind Netflix hit 'Stranger Things' is taking over Hollywood". Business Insider.
  11. ^ Wigler, Josh (December 31, 2018). "Netflix Reveals 'Stranger Things' Season 3 Premiere Date". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved October 1, 2019.
  12. ^ Goldberg, Lesley (September 30, 2019). "'Stranger Things' Renewed for Season 4 as Creators Ink Nine-Figure Netflix Deal". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved October 1, 2019.
  13. ^ McNary, Dave (2020-11-19). "'Stranger Things' Producer Shawn Levy Signs First-Look Feature Deal With Netflix, Expands TV Pact". Variety. Retrieved 2020-11-20.
  14. ^ a b Barnes, Brooks (25 November 2016). "A Filmmaker's Belief in Himself Pays Off". New York Times. Retrieved 29 November 2016.
  15. ^ Squires, John (August 23, 2021). "'Creep' Director Patrick Brice's New Movie 'There's Someone Inside Your House' Crashes Netflix in October". BloodyDisgusting. Retrieved August 23, 2021.

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