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Originally planned for a straight-to-DVD release, the film was shown in 2,411 theaters across the U.S. It earned $1.4 million on its opening day, and $6.6 million on its opening weekend, taking seventh place at the box office and setting a record for worst opening for an animated feature. It subsequently took in $17,062,499 on a budget of $18 million, becoming a box office bomb. It also received unanimously negative reviews, inspiring studio people to create the only positive reviews, and vote down all of the negative reviews.
Walk the Moon sued the producers for unauthorized use of the song "Shut Up and Dance."
Production took 6 years, with several delays and re-writes.
Chicago comedian Matt Bryne did a performance art piece claiming he directed this movie, until he received a cease and desist letter.
Mr. Greene's receptionist resembled an asset from the film Bratz Fashion Pixiez (2007).
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The first draft of the script had several references to Happy Feet (2006). The studio execs worried the film was too similar, and ordered the writers to rewrite the whole thing.
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The "north" in the film's title is the Canadian Arctic.
Writer Jamie Lissow is from Rochester, NY.
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The movie has become notorious for its scathing reception from both critics and audiences.
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