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Centropolis Entertainment

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Centropolis Entertainment

Centropolis Entertainment
Industry Movie studio
Founded 1985 (31 years ago)
Founder Roland Emmerich
Number of locations
Los Angeles, CA, United States
Berlin, Germany
Area served
Key people
Roland Emmerich
Ute Emmerich
Marco Shepherd
Products movies
Website .com.centropoliswww

Centropolis Entertainment is a film production company founded in 1985 as Centropolis Film Productions by German film director Roland Emmerich.



Year Title Notes
1985 Making Contact as Centropolis Film Productions
1987 Ghost Chase as Centropolis Film Productions
1990 Moon 44 as Centropolis Film Productions
1992 Universal Soldier as Centropolis Film Productions
1994 The High Crusade as Centropolis Film Productions
1994 Stargate as Centropolis Film Productions
1996 Independence Day as Centropolis Entertainment
1998 Godzilla as Centropolis Entertainment
1999 The Thirteenth Floor as Centropolis Entertainment
2000 The Patriot as Centropolis Entertainment
2002 Eight Legged Freaks as Centropolis Entertainment
2004 The Day After Tomorrow as Centropolis Entertainment
2007 Trade as Centropolis Entertainment
2008 10,000 BC as Centropolis Entertainment
2009 2012 as Centropolis Entertainment
2011 Anonymous as Centropolis Entertainment
2013 White House Down as Centropolis Entertainment
2016 Independence Day: Resurgence as Centropolis Entertainment

TV Series

Year Title Notes
1997–1998 The Visitor as Centropolis Television
1998–2000 Godzilla: The Series as Centropolis Television

External links

  • Centropolis Entertainment website

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