How Many Open Season Movies Are There?

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How Many Open Season Movies Are There?

So far, there have been four Open Season movies released. The first movie was released in 2006, followed by a sequel in 2008. The third movie came out in 2011, and the most recent installment was released in 2015.

The Open Season Franchise

The Open Season franchise is a series of computer-animated comedy films produced by Sony Pictures Animation. The franchise began with the 2006 film Open Season, which was followed by a direct-to-video sequel in 2008, Open Season 2. A third theatrical film, Open Season 3, was released in 2010. A fourth film, entitled Open Season: Scared Silly, was released on home media in 2016.

The First Open Season Movie

Open Season is a 2006 American computer-animated comedy film directed by Steve Williams. The film was produced by Sony Pictures Animation as its first theatrical feature. It was released on September 29, 2006, and grossed $196 million on a $85 million budget. The story follows Boog (Martin Lawrence), a domesticated grizzly bear who teams up with Elliot (Ashton Kutcher), a one-antlered deer, to stop the hunters who are after them.

The Second Open Season Movie

The second Open Season movie was released in 2008. It is a direct-to-video sequel to the 2006 film Open Season. The film was produced by Sony Pictures Animation, and voiced by an all-new cast including Mike Epps, Joel McHale, and Sophia Miles.

The Third Open Season Movie

Open Season 3 is a 2010 American computer-animated comedy film produced by Sony Pictures Animation and released by Columbia Pictures. The film was directed by Matthew O’Callaghan, who took over from Roger Allers, who was busy with Nickelodeon’s Planet Sheen. New cast members include Harry Connick Jr. as formeer ranger Bethany, Bill Hader as a beaver named Elliot and Melissa Sturm as Giselle, Elliot’s love interest. Conner Harvey, who voiced deer buddy Ian in the first two films, does not return for this sequel. The film grossed $66 million worldwide against its $45 million budget and received mixed reviews from critics.

The Fourth Open Season Movie

The fourth Open Season movie was released in 2014. The film follows Boog and Elliot as they team up with their woodland friends to help rescue a group of animals who have been captured by hunters.

The Fifth Open Season Movie

The fifth Open Season movie, released in 2010, is titled “Open Season 3D”. This is the first of the series to be released in 3D. In this installment, Boog (voiced by Martin Lawrence) tries to readjust to life in the wild after being domesticated for six months. When he learns that his old friend Elliot (voiced by Ashton Kutcher) is in danger, he sets out to save him.

The Sixth Open Season Movie

Open Season is a 2006 American computer-animated comedy film, produced by Sony Pictures Animation as its first feature film. It was released on September 29, 2006. The film grossed $197 million worldwide against its $85 million budget and received mixed reviews from critics.

A sequel, Open Season 2, was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 28, 2008. In March 2011, it was announced that an all-new Open Season 3 was in development, with a possible release date in 2012. However due to poor sales of the home release of Open Season 2, Sony Pictures Animation put the third film on hold indefinitely in August 2012.

The Seventh Open Season Movie

There have been six Open Season movies released so far, with the seventh one currently in development. Open Season is a franchise that began with the 2006 release of the first movie, which was followed by sequels in 2008, 2010, 2012, 2015, and 2017.

The Eighth Open Season Movie

Open Season is a franchise of computer-animated comedy films produced by Sony Pictures Animation. The series follows the adventures of Boog, a bear, and Elliot, a deer, who lead the forest Animals in fighting against hunters and loggers. The first Open Season was released in 2006, and the eighth and most recent film in the franchise was released in 2020.

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