12/21/12: This is an excerpt from the Wikipedia article about the movie “Rise of the Guardians.” I did put the entire article on the post that I published with it today. However, I thought that this excerpt was particularly significant for a number of reasons. It is obvious from it that Dreamworks and Paramount are promotoing child molestation. It is also obvious from it how studios are working together to promote the conglomerate’s agenda. Pixar’s “Monsters University” is probably meant to try to get college students to molest children, and to try to get children to submit to it. I’ve already talked about “Wreck-It Ralph,” and how it was something that was created to make fun of me because the video in the shower room at the shelter in Vermont got me on camera vomiting at a time when I felt sick. Disney owns Pixar. (Copyright notice as for other pages like this one.). Copyright, with noted exceptions, L. Kochman, December 21, 2012 @ 12:23 p.m.

by thiswinteralso

Originally, the film was set to be released on November 2, 2012, but DreamWorks Animation pushed the film to November 21, 2012 to avoid competition with Pixar‘s upcoming film Monsters University, which in turn had been pushed to November 2, 2012 to avoid competition with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2.[26] Monsters University was then pushed to June 21, 2013, with Wreck-It Ralph taking its place.[27]


French composer Alexandre Desplat composed the original music for the film, which was released on November 13, 2012 by Varèse Sarabande. The score was recorded in London at Abbey Road Studios and Air Studios, and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra, with a choral contribution by London Voices. David Lindsay-Abaire wrote the lyrics for the end-credit song, “Still Dream,” which was performed by soprano Renée Fleming.[28] Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite can also be heard during the scene where North first appears.

Rise of the Guardians
Film score by Alexandre Desplat
Released November 13, 2012
Recorded 2012
Genre Score
Length 67:47
Label Varèse Sarabande
Producer Alexandre Desplat
Alexandre Desplat film scores chronology
Rise of the Guardians
Zero Dark Thirty
Track listing:[29]
No. Title Length
1. “Still Dream” (performed by Renée Fleming) 3:12
2. “Calling the Guardians” 2:06
3. “Alone in the World” 2:04
4. “Fanfare of the Elves” 0:53
5. “Wind Take Me Home!” 1:28
6. “Dreamsand” 2:03
7. “Pitch on the Globe” 0:57
8. “The Moon” 1:32
9. “Snowballs” 1:31
10. “Busy Workshop” 1:33
11. “Sleigh Launch” 1:45
12. “Nightmares Attack” 7:17
13. “Tooth Collection” 2:22
14. “Jamie’s Bedroom” 2:31
15. “Jack & Sandman” 4:18
16. “Memorial” 1:21
17. “Guardians Regroup” 0:58
18. “Easter” 3:39
19. “Jack Betrays” 3:20
20. “Kids Stop Believing” 2:35
21. “Jack’s Memories” 2:24
22. “Pitch at North Pole” 2:00
23. “Jamie Believes” 3:01
24. “Jack’s Center” 4:52
25. “Sandman Returns” 2:36
26. “Dreamsand Miracles” 2:18
27. “Oath of the Guardians” 3:11
Total length:


Rise of the Guardians premiere at the Mill Valley Film Festival: Christina Steinberg, producer; Peter Ramsey, director; Jeffrey Katzenberg, DreamWorks Animation’s CEO; Nancy Bernstein, producer; Bill Damaschke, DreamWorks Animation’s Chief Creative Officer

Rise of the Guardians had its premiere on October 10, 2012, at The Mill Valley Film Festival in Mill Valley, California,[3] followed by the international premiere at The International Rome Film Festival on November 13, 2012.[30][31] Under distribution by Paramount Pictures, the film was released on November 21, 2012, in American theaters.[26] Digitally re-mastered into IMAX 3D, it was shown in limited international and domestic IMAX theaters.[32] It was the second film released in the firm Barco‘s Auro 11.1 3D audio format, after Red Tails.[33] The film was also shown in Dolby Atmos, a surround sound technology introduced in 2012.[34] Rise of the Guardians was the last DreamWorks Animation film distributed by Paramount, as DreamWorks has signed a five-year distribution deal with 20th Century Fox, starting in 2013.[35]

Home media

Rise of the Guardians will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D on March 15, 2013.[36]