January 18, 2019

1 Min Read

just dancejust dance 2019ubisoft film & television

Just Dance Film Rights Acquired by Sony’s Screen Gems

Screen Gems, a division of Sony Pictures' Motion Picture Group, has acquired the motion-picture rights to Just Dance. First released in 2009, Just Dance is the best-selling music videogame franchise of all time, with more than 120 million players worldwide, and celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. The Just Dance franchise features a wide variety of the world's most popular artists, including Shakira, Pharrell Williams, Camila Cabello, The Chainsmokers, Jennifer Lopez, P!nk, and Calvin Harris. Just Dance is available on multiple game consoles, including Sony's PlayStation 3 and PS4, and features many of Sony Music's most popular artists.

JD_FINESSE_960x540

The film will be developed and produced through a partnership between Ubisoft Film and Television's Jason Altman and Margaret Boykin, and Olive Bridge Entertainment's Jodi Hildebrand and Will Gluck. Eric Paquette and Brian Dukes are overseeing the film's development for Screen Gems.

For more on Just Dance, check out our previous coverage.

More From Ubisoft

March 24, 20215 Min Read

Immortals Fenyx Rising - Myths of the Eastern Realm Soars Into Chinese Mythology

A new world, new hero, and new challenges await players in the second DLC story arc for Immortals Fenyx Rising.

Read More
March 11, 202114 Min Read

404 Not Found - How One of Watch Dogs: Legion’s Most Memorable Missions Became a High-Tech Haunting

Find out how the eerie Coming Home mission’s descent into twisted memory came together behind the scenes.

Read More
March 17, 202110 Min Read

Getting To Know Raashi Sikka, Ubisoft’s VP Global Diversity & Inclusion

As she begins in her new role, the head of D&I shares learnings from her past experiences and her first impressions upon arriving at Ubisoft.

Read More
March 12, 20219 Min Read

BIPOC of Ubisoft – Carl Tamakloe

How a Junior Project Manager in France saw himself represented in American media.

Read More