Fascinating animation Studios in The world

With Micky Mouse to Tom & Jerry and from the Godfather to Green Lantern, the movie making and animation world has shifted its course of progress and development. There is a great role of some of the legendary animation and film making companies/studios most of which are situated in the United States. Here, we’ll take a look at some of the world’s top animation studios today.


This is an excellent animation studio specializing in 2D & 3D rendering, CG animations and 3D car modeling. The company has developed 3D models of over 20,000 car models. It has excelled in the arena of VFX and CG animation. It definitely enjoys a place among the top animation studios in the world.

Walt Disney Animation Studios

Burbank, California, USA has the honor to have this legend of animation and movie making. The world film making giant is regarded by almost all, the best animation studio in the world. More than seven decades after it released “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, Walt Disney Animation Studios continues its legacy of making spectacular animated movies.

Pixar Animation Studios

Located in Emeryville, California, Pixar Animation Studios has created acclaimed animated feature and short films for over 25 years. Now owned by The Walt Disney Company, the studio continues to bring out fascinating animated movies. It is one of the top animation studios in the world.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios

Located in Los Angeles, CA, the MGM Studios has been a core part of the Hollywood for almost a century. The studios celebrate 85 years of legendary movie making. Revered as one of the top animation studios in the world GM has made films like ‘Species’ series of movies and ‘The Terminator’.

DreamWorks Animation SKG

Located in Glendale, CA, DreamWorks Animation SKG creates high-quality family entertainment, including computer-generated (CG) animated feature films, television specials and series and live entertainment properties. It has helped make movies such as ‘Harry Potter’ (series) and ‘The Transformers’.

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