Igor is a 2008 PC energized repulsiveness satire movie coordinated by Tony Leondis from a screenplay by Chris McKenna. It was made during the 2000s, 10 years where more moderate innovation prompted an expansion of free vivified films. Igor, created and delivered by Max Howard with the California-based Exodus Film Group, was the principal full length energized film to be financed with private value. The liveliness was finished at France's Sparx Animation Studios and an office in Vietnam. It was dispersed in North America by MGM Distribution Co. furthermore, universally by The Weinstein Company. It is MGM's first completely PC energized film just as the studio's first vivified film in quite a while following 1996's All Dogs Go to Heaven 2. Igor's first mystery trailer debuted at the 2008 New York Comic-Con prior to being delivered online on May 7, 2008. Advanced with a computer game, toys, books, comic books, and cheap food connections, Igor debuted at the Grauman's Chinese Theater on September 13, 2008, preceding beginning its American cross country dramatic run five days after the fact. Regardless of accepting blended audits from film pundits, the film was emphatically invited from crowds and earned $30.7 million worldwide on a $25 million financial plan. Igor accumulated an Annie Award selection for Valérie Hadida's character plan.