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Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga
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Created by Rita Christensen
Original work Jane Hoop Elementary: The First (2000)
Films and television
Film(s)
Games
Video game(s) Video games based on the Jane Hoop Elementary films
Audio
Original music Music of the Jane Hoop Elementary films
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Digital publication Hoopster World Website

Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga is a American media franchise and shared universe that is centered on a series of superhero films, based on the series of novels by Rita Christensen. The series has been in production in 1999, and in that time Spyglass Enterniment has produced nine films, and four more are in various stages of production. In total, the series grossed a global total of $8.6 billion, making them the second highest-grossing film series of all-time.

Derek Todd and Drake Jones became producers of ever single films. Christensen became producer of the film series, starting with the spin-off film series. The films are written and directed by a variety of individuals and feature large, often ensemble, casts. Many casts includes Blake Brown, Amy Tammie, Ben Linkin, Brandon Simpson, Bloom Dee, Cameron Boyce, G. Hannelius, Marcus Scribner, Mika Abdalla and Jake Short. Soundtracks for the films has been released for all of the films.

The first film in Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga was Jane Hoop Elementary: The First (2000), which is followed by seven Jane Hoop Elementary sequels, beginning with Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape (2001) and ending with Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 (2011), nearly eleven years after the release of the first film. Heroes Forever: The New Beginning (2016) is the first spin-off in the Heroes Forever films series. A sequel entitled Heroes Forever: The New Resolution has been scheduled for 2017, following by three more individual with the third entitled Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death set for 2018.

Jane Hoop Elementary filmsEdit

Motion Picture Release Main Producer Director Screenwriter
Jane Hoop Elementary: The First November 10, 2000 Derek Todd
Drake Jones
Steven Spielberg Derek Todd
Drake Jones
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape November 9, 2001
Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge November 14, 2003 Francis Lawrence
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball November 11, 2005 Chris Weitz
Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power July 4, 2007 Gary Ross
Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland July 8, 2009
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 November 12, 2010
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 July 8, 2011

Jane Hoop Elementary: The First (2000)Edit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: The First (film)

Danny, Alec, Rebecca, Cory and Jaquille has begin the adventure. Five children are starting their first day at elementary school in kindergarten, where they are being taken into the mysterious building, known to be the home of the Mayor's dorm appartment for young children for shelter called Jane Hoop Elementary, named after the kids' elementary school they attend. This is due to the fact that they gained powers from The First since they were all little, and did not know it, and have not used them ever since. Now that the kids have powers, they could use them to save the world and fight against their first enemey, Dr. Catwoman.

In 1996, right after the book with the same title was released, Warner Bros. originally puts rights to put up plans onto developing a film adaptation and said that it'll take 10 years to developed it into a film.[1] In 1997, while setting the film to release in fall 1998, but there were no search of young actors who are playing the children heroes in the film, as they decided to cancel the search, so Warner Bros. canceled the deal and Christensen became disappointed about the report. Meanwhile, Christensen has been working on her project for two years, and told Paramount Pictures to develop the book to become a film. In January 1999, writer Brian Clark has the rights to put the film adaptations into works. James Cameron has previously been chosen to become film director for the first film. However, his place has been turned down as he is in the works of director another film, due to schedule conflicts. Other films that are included in the list for Christensen are Bryan Singer, Zack Snyder, Christopher Nolan, Gore Verbinski, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, J. J. Abrams, Peter Jackson, Tim Burton, Brett Ratner and Michael Bay. Christen has chosen Singer, Nolan, Abrams, Spielberg and Lucas as her top five for being a film director. In July 1999, it was announced that Spielberg will be directing the film, and Christensen also has chosen him as her number one choose, after seeing his name when he directed films like Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Back to the Future (1985) and Jurassic Park (1993). Jane Hoop Elementary: The First casts Blake Brown, Amy Tammie, Ben Linkin, Brandon Simpson and Bloom Dee as the main characters Danny Gorden, Rebecca Henry, Alec Gutzwiller, Cory Berning and Jaquille Short, respectively, and Brooke Timer is cast as their main villain, Dr. Catwoman. Jane Hoop Elementary: The First premiered in Los Angeles on October 29, 2000 before its wide release in the United States and Canada on November 10, 2000.

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape (2001)Edit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape (film)

Danny and his friend experience the world inside the video game where Catwoman hacks up the entire game which causes for it to transform into a dangerous world which lead her to use it to attack the game world teleporting to the real world. They also experience that Danny's longtime friend Kirk Waters has gone missing and trapped into the game forever.

Spielberg returned as director for the film. Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape has been greenlighted on October 10, 2000 by Paramount Pictures, just one month before the release of the first film in theaters, and realizes that it should be pretty much as darker as the first film. The main cast of the film are growing up, so Paramount Pictures wants the future films to be going into a further level where they wanted them to be more professional and edigier than the first film was. Paramount Pictures will bring back Steven Spielberg as director and producer again, while Brian Clark will continue to writer, while Derek Todd and Drake Jones will be producing the film once again. Paramount Pictures has made the staff members signed the contracts to be producing all of the Hoop films. Pre-production for The Cyber Escape begin in August 2000, just two months before the release of the first film. Production has began in November 17, 2000, just a week after the previous film's release in theaters, and wrap around summer of 2001. Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape had its world premiere in Los Angeles on October 28, 2001 before its wide release in the United States and Canada on November 9, 2001, one year after the release of The First.

Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge (2003)Edit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge (film)

Danny wins his first award, meanwhile, Catwoman, Shego and Monkeyman sneaks into the Base, starts to stole the Golden Trophy. Catwoman transforms a trophy into a man cover in gold, Goldenman. Meanwhile Mayor, Miss. Watson and SWAT finds out Goldenman is a godfather, meanwhile Cory, Jaquille and Naudia were kidnapped. Miss. Watson finds he is Danny's, Danny and Rebecca were right to make him break out of prison as a hero.

In May 2001, just a few months after Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape was released, the film adaptation of Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge is officially green lighted. Spielberg has decided not to return as director, but did became producer for the film. Francis Lawrence took over as director for the third film. Arthur Walters joins the franchise as the titled character Goldenman. Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge premiered in New York City on November 7 2003 and was released wide in the United States and Canada on November 14, 2003. It was the first film in the series to be released in IMAX theaters.

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball (2005)Edit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball (film)

Danny, Alec, Rebecca and the gang discovers that the mysterious ball, entitled The Magic Ball, could perform anything magical after each person performs at least three wishes. Although, Catwoman hears about it and is threaten to use to take over the world and tear Danny's friendship apart.

In July 2003, just a few months before Goldenman's Revenge was released, Chris Weitz is chosen as director for the film adaptation of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball, after Lawrence chose not to return for the film after directing Goldenman's Revenge. Filming took place on November 12, 2004 and wrapped in March 2005. Pre-production for the film began on September 15, 2004, just two months before the beginning of filming. Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball premiered in New York City on November 4, 2005, and was released in the United States and Canada on November 11, 2005.

Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power (2007)Edit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power (film)
Gary-ross

Gary Ross directed the most Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga films beginning with Morphin the Power (2007).

Dr. Catwoman unleashed Goldenman's half-brother in law who joined the dark side. He helped her conquer the world unleashes the evil version of the heroes. Stronger than them, Danny, Alec, Rebecca, Cory and Jaquille's powers begin to lose their powers to their evil selves, and Evan drains Goldenman's powers as well, and slowly dying. The heroes than traveled to the lost forest-island, Morphin the Power, which they already went two times. They were search for the "Crystal Power" to help Goldenman, and have new powers to rescue the world, Alice saves all parents.

Brown was among the first to be announced that he would be returning as Danny in May 2005. Many other actors and actresses also announced to be returning as their characters for this film includes Linkin, Tammie, George Jones, Richardson, Walters, Timer and Blue. Jennette McCurdy caught the role of Catgirl including leaving better for Emily Osment[1], Taylor Momsen[1] and AnnaSophia Robb[1] after McCurdy expiring of Rebecca Henry withdraws,[1] Catwoman's daughter.[1] One by one, McCurdy beats over 7,000 girls which includes Miley Cyrus,[1][1] who would later cast as Heather Woods for The Final Rush - Part 1 (2010) and The Final Rush - Part 2 (2011).[1] McCurdy has been cast as Catgirl on November 2005.[1] Elizabeth Hurley originally signed up to star in the film as Dacia, but is unable to due to working on reality TV series,Project Catwalk. Still Standing actress Jami Gertz is given the role, and accepted it after Hurley is unavailable after finishing up the series finale of Still Standing. Gary Ross is chosen as director for the film adaptation of Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power after The Magic Ball director Weitz's offer was turned down. Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power begin film from May 4, 2006 and concluded on November 1, 2006. Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power held its United States world premiere in New York City on June 24, 2007, and its United Kingdom world premiere on June 29, 2007. It was released wide in IMAX on July 4, 2007.

Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland (2009)Edit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland (film)

Danny's friendship with Jane Hoop Elementary goes awry. After making a mistake for leaving them behind since the previous year where he decides to retire, he is back as leader of Jane Hoop Elementary and now is in a relationship with Rebecca. Catwoman has given a dangerous assignment to her daughter Catgirl as she flirts with Danny, leading him to join Catwoman's side, meaning that it will be the end of his friendship with Jane Hoop Elementary and his romantic interest with Rebecca. Meanwhile, Jane Hoop Elementary realizes that Catwoman's new plan will be worse than ever as they will be unleashing a dark and dangerous weapon to destroy the world if Catwoman's current plans failed.

After finishing up Morphin the Power in 2006, the film adaptation for Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland was green lighted. Gary Ross was unsure if he can return as director, but he eventually did. Blake Brown and Ben Linkin reprised their roles as Danny Gorden and Alec Gutzwiller, respectively, but Amy Tammie considered not returning as her role Rebecca Henry, but she eventually signed up and reprise her role. Todd and Jones returned as producers, and Brian Clark returns as writer. Filming took place from January 11, 2008 to August 2, 2008. Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland held a United States world premiere in New York City on June 30, 2009, and was released in the United States and Canada on July 8, 2009, and was released in IMAX not until August 12, 2009.

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 (2010)Edit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1

Catwoman raises her army and releases the dangerous Final Rush, where the world is no longer a safe place as it used to be. Danny, Rebecca and Alec goes on a hunt to find three powerful objects to give them the most ultimate superpower that is powerful enough to destroy it, while Cory is now in charge as leader of Jane Hoop Elementary.

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush is the longest book in the series. In July 2008, the film adaptation was green lighted. Originally scheduled for a single theatrical release, but in September that same year, it was announced that the film would be split into two separated films. For the first time, Christensen is served as producer for the film, and Ross once again returned as director for the film. Production began in January 16, 2009. The premiere of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 was held in Los Angeles on November 4, 2010, and the film was released in theaters and IMAX in the United States and Canada on November 12, 2010. It is the first film in the series to earn a PG-13 rating.

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 (2011)Edit

Main article: Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2
Ben Linkin, Amy Tammie and Blake Brown at JHE8 Premiere

Linkin, Tammie and Brown, who attended the world premiere of Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 on June 30, 2011 in New York City, appear as the main characters in all eight films as well as Simpson and Dee.

Continuing where Part 1 left off at, the Crystal Power shatters into three pieces and disappears, so Danny, Rebecca and Alec will have to go yet on another adventure to three different places to search all three pieces before Catwoman finds them and destroy the Final Rush to stop Catwoman's plans once and for all. They also prepare for the final battle against Catwoman and her army, which took place in the city of Cincinnati.

Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 was announced on September 2008, second of two cinematic parts. Clark begin working on the script for the second part in March 2009, after completing the script for the first part. The Final Rush - Part 2 was shot back-to-back alongside The Final Rush - Part 1 begin in January 16, 2009, and concluded in December 2010, marking it the end of eleven years of filming the Jane Hoop Elementary films. Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 premiered in New York City on June 30, 2011. Originally filmed in 2D, the film is being converted to be released in 3D, making it the first Jane Hoop Elementary film to be released in 3D. It opened in 3D, IMAX 3D and 2D theaters in the United States and Canada on July 8, 2011.

Heroes Forever filmsEdit

Motion Picture Release Date Main Producer Director Screenwriter Status
Heroes Forever: The New Beginning November 11, 2016 Rita Christensen
Derek Todd
Drake Jones
Gary Ross Rita Christensen Released
Heroes Forever: The New Resolution November 10, 2017 Completed
Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death November 9, 2018 Filming
Untitled fourth Heroes Forever film November 22, 2019 In production
Untitled fifth Heroes Forever film November 13, 2020 In production

Heroes Forever: The New Beginning (2016)Edit

Main article: Heroes Forever: The New Beginning (film)
Richelle Mead pic 3

Christensen has written and produced the first three Heroes Forever films, and produced the last two Jane Hoop Elementary films.

It's been thirteen years since the departure of the original Jane Hoop Elementary but five young middle school teenagers Devin (Cameron Boyce), Brooke (G Hannelius), Kurtis (Marcus Scribner), Erica (Mika Abadalla) and Kyle (Noah Ryan Scott), who happen to be children of the now retired heroes, are being chosen as the new members of Jane Hoop Elementary as new evil has arrived. It is revealed that a man name Joseph White (Jeremy Piven), who happens to be a brother of late Catwoman, is seeking revenge to kill the new members as revenge for his sister. He is known to be dressed in his villain suite as Wolfman. Now the new heroes must defend the world before it's too late. The young group of teenager didn't realized that they all have super telekinesis, which may be the reason why they are chosen as the new team of Jane Hoop Elementary, after discovering that their parents are the original Jane Hoop Elementary heroes. With that, they are the only hope that can protect the world in the new generation of the super hero world.

A spin-off series was confirmed secretly by Christensen on June 2014 to be in the works, which will be based on the spin off book series, Heroes Forever: The New Beginning. It was confirmed that the spin-off will be a trilogy. Paramount dated the first film to be released on November 11, 2016. The franchise will be based on the series spin-off, Jane Hoop Elementary: The New Heroes taking place about ten years after the events from Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2, focusing on teenagers, who happen to be children of the original superheroes before they were born, defending the world. It was revealed that the enemy will be the brother of late sister Dr. Catwoman, the original heroes' enemy, who is trying to kill the heroes as to take revenge for the heroes who retired by destroying their kids.

Young child actors will be playing leading roles of the original superheroes' own teenage children. Cameron Boyce will play the role as Devin Gorden, while G. Hannelius plays as his sister Brooke Gorden, children of Danny and Rebecca Gorden. Mika Abdalla and Marcus Scribner will both play as the siblings Erica Gutzwiller and Kurtis Gutzwiller, respectively, children of Alec and Naudia Gutzwiller. Chloe Csengery and Jake Short will both play as Kayla and Kyle, respectively, children of Cory and Stephanie Berning.

A villain, named Joseph White, will be played by Jeremy Piven, as well as Heather Graham and Chris O'Donnell as his teammates. Michael Shanks will not be reprising as Don Kingston, Alice's father Instead, Jon Hamm will be replacing him as the role, and will be appearing as a main character in the series, while Amanda Peet will play as the character's new wife, Alice's step mom.

Blake Brown, who played Danny Gorden in the main series, reprised his role in the film in a small cameo, and will be having a very large role in the sequels.

Heroes Forever: The New Resolution (2017)Edit

Main article: Heroes Forever: The New Resolution

In fall of 2026, a group of teenagers are close on finishing up high school in their junior year, Devin, Brooke, Kurtis, Erica and Kyle befriends with new student Zayne, who transfers from Canada. Wolfman returns with a new plan ahead, who kidnaps Zayne, and has chosen him to become his assistant by putting him under a evil spell to destroy the heroes, and also trying to tear the team apart. The gang are now in a process on trying to break the spell and free Zayne from an evil spell.

The second film is set for November 10, 2017. On September 2014, it was rumored that Blake Brown, Ben Linkin and Amy Tammie may return for the spin-off. But in on September 15, 2014, Brown responds that he is "unsure" if the company wants him back. Lisa Black will reprise her role as Alice Kingston and will appear as the main character for the spin-off as one of the defenders of the base. Andy Watson confirmed not returning as the role as Alice's husband Hunter Suggs. Greyson Chance will make his acting debut as Alice's husband, Hunter Suggs, replacing Watson.

It was confirmed in December 2015 that Brown will be returning as his character Danny for the sequels, as well as Amy Tammie as Rebecca, Ben Linkin as Alec and Barbara Blue as Naudia for the last two films. Leo Howard and Mackenzie Foy will both have leading role as new characters, respectively.

Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death (2018)Edit

Main article: Heroes Forever: The Stone of Death

It is summer 2028, and the young teenagers Devin, Brooke, Kurtis, Erica and Kyle are now will be facing to one of their most difficult challenges in their lives like they never had before. As they are graduating from high school and off to college, their friendship are fading, with Devin developing a romantic interest with Wolfman's daughter Katie, but also their enemy Wolfman and his gang are once again up to no good as they are now facing with their toughest challenge they will ever face. The villains has once again chosen as their high school enemies as one of their sides that can lead to destroy the gang, as well as Wolfman discovered a new object, called the Stone of Death, that can bring back people from the dead as his idea on bringing Catwoman back from the dead.

The untitled third Heroes Forever film is scheduled to be released on November 9, 2018.

FutureEdit

On April 12, 2016, it was confirmed that the spin off series will expand with five films.

Christensen confirmed that Kirk Waters will appear in the third film, as Logan Lerman confirms that he will be reprising his role. Christensen confirms that the film will be a "time travel film", where Joseph is going back in time, in hoping to bring his sister back to life, and killing a younger Danny in the past, which could threaten to make Devin and the gang to not exist. It is set to be released on November 9, 2018.

The fourth installment is scheduled for November 22, 2019 release, and fifth and final film set for November 13, 2020. Christensen confirms that the series will end around 2032.

MusicEdit

Main article: Music of the Jane Hoop Elementary films
Title Release Date Composer Runtime No. of Songs
Jane Hoop Elementary: The First (soundtrack) November 7, 2000 Hans Zimmer 75:52 13
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape (soundtrack) November 6, 2001 76:56 22
Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge (soundtrack) November 11, 2003 62:58 22
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball (soundtrack) November 8, 2005 James Horner 1:07:31 20
Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power (soundtrack) July 3, 2007 David Arnold 1:05:25 22
Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland (soundtrack) July 7, 2009 1:10:51 33
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 (soundtrack) November 9, 2010 James Newton Howard 1:21:41 29
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 (soundtrack) July 5, 2011 1:01:30 23
Heroes Forever: The New Beginning (soundtrack) November 11, 2016 John Williams 1:00:04 18
Heroes Forever: The New Resolution (soundtrack) November 10, 2017 1:05:04 23

Recurring cast and charactersEdit

Main article: List of Jane Hoop Elementary cast members

List indicator(s)
  • This table includes characters who have appeared in multiple Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga media.
  • A dark grey cell indicates the character has not appeared in that medium.
  • A V indicates a voice-only role.
  • A Y indicates an appearance as a younger version of a pre-existing character.

Character Jane Hoop Elementary films
(2000–2011)
Heroes Forever films
(2016–present)
Cory Berning Brandon Simpson Brandon Simpson
Kayla Berning Ashley Simmons (y) Chloe Csengery
Kyle Berning Adam Roberts Jake Short
Goldenman Arthur Walters  
Brooke Gorden Danielle Crawford (y) G. Hannelius
Danny Gorden Blake Brown Blake Brown
Devin Gorden Markus Walker (y) Cameron Boyce
Naudia Gorden Barbara Blue Barbara Blue
Alicia Green Jennette McCurdy  
Erica Gutzwiller Cindy Scott (y) Mika Abdalla
Alec Gutzwiller Ben Linkin Ben Linkin
Kurtis Gutzwiller Kyle Winslow Marcus Scribner
Rebecca Henry Amy Tammie Amy Tammie
Alice Kingston Lisa Black Lisa Black
Jaquille Short Bloom Dee Bloom Dee
Bella Watson Natasha Richardson (1-6)
Miranda Richardson (7-8)
 
Mayor James Watson George Jones  
Joseph White   Jeremy Piven
Salma White Brooke Timer  

ReactionEdit

Box officeEdit

As of 2017, the films collected $8.6 billion globally, making them the second highest-grossing film series of all-time behind the Marvel Universe film series. The Jane Hoop Elementary films grossed $7.7 billion globally alone, as well as the highest-grossing film franchise in history based on young adult novels. Each films grossed more than $750 million, all but Goldenman's Revenge and Heroes Forever at some point ranking among the ten highest-grossing films of all-time.

The Final Rush - Part 2 grossed $1,329,025,057, making it the fourth highest-grossing film of all-time at the time of release, the highest-grossing film in Rita Christensen's Superhero Saga, and second highest-grossing film of 2011 in whole. It set a than opening day and opening weekend record by earning $91,019,529 on opening day and $165,216,885 on opening weekend. In additional, it earn a record worldwide opening of $457,216,885. The lowest grossing film in the series domestically is Heroes Forever, while Goldenman's Revenge is the lowest grossing film internationally and worldwide, and Heroes Forever also had the lowest opening weekend ever. The First ranked as the highest-grossing film in 2000, while The Cyber Escape, The Magic Ball, Morphin the Power and Turbo of Catland ranked as second highest-grossing film of 2001 (behind Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone), 2005 (behind Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), 2007 (behind Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End) and 2009 (behind Avatar), respectively, Goldenman's Revenge and The Final Rush - Part 1 ranked third highest-grossing films of 2003 (behind The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King and Finding Nemo) and 2010 (behind Toy Story 3 and Alice in Wonderland), respectively and finally Heroes Forever was the eighth highest-grossing film of 2016.

Film Release date Box office revenue Budget Reference
United States Foreign Worldwide
Jane Hoop Elementary films
Jane Hoop Elementary: The First November 10, 2000 $311,414,828 $661,461,755 $972,876,583 $125,000,000 [1]
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape November 9, 2001 $265,595,950 $611,319,788 $876,915,738 $100,000,000 [1]
Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge November 14, 2003 $252,537,541 $543,871,452 $795,409,933 $130,000,000 [1]
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball November 11, 2005 $290,929,197 $604,558,868 $895,488,065 $150,000,000 [1]
Jane Hoop Elemenetary: Morphin the Power July 4, 2007 $292,804,616 $657,096,717 $949,901,333 $200,000,000 [1]
Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland July 8, 2009 $302,839,428 $642,457,514 $945,296,942 $250,000,000 [1]
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 November 12, 2010 $297,294,949 $668,000,000 $965,294,949 $250,000,000 [1]
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 July 8, 2011 $380,025,057 $949,000,000 $1,329,025,057 [1]
Heroes Forever films
Heroes Forever: The New Beginning November 11, 2016 $245,557,296 $610,000,000 $855,557,296 $200,000,000 [1]
Heroes Forever: The New Resolution November 10, 2017 $150,834,237 $232,000,000 $382,834,237 $190,000,000 [1]
Total $2,637,822,856 $5,959,166,094 $8,604,613,073 $1,595,000,000 [1]

Critical responsesEdit

All of the films were a financial success, marking them as a major Hollowood tent-poles akin to Harry Potter, James Bond, Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Pirates of the Caribbean. Fans are divided throughout the release of each films, about it's appperances and changes as well as new comers and some new writers. Fans are also divided up with their reaction of the same film director James Calvin for all of them. Author Rita Christensen states that The Final Rush is her favorite book so far.

Review aggregate resultsEdit

Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic Yahoo! Movies
Overall Top Critics Critics
Jane Hoop Elementary films
Jane Hoop Elementary: The First 77% (246 reviews) 77% (7 reviews) 76% (17 reviews) A
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape 82% (262-300 reviews) 81% (17 reviews) 86% (18 reviews) A
Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge 90% (262-300 reviews) 87% (17 reviews) 82% (18 reviews) A
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball 92% (246 reviews) 89% (13 reviews) 81% (23 reviews) A+
Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power 80% (257 reviews) 71% (14 reviews) 68% (21 reviews) A-
Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland 81% (268 reviews) 82% (16 reviews) 72% (24 reviews) A-
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 1 79% (275 reviews) 68% (16 reviews) 65% (24 reviews) A-
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush - Part 2 95% (316 reviews) 100% (21 reviews) 89% (33 reviews) A+
Heroes Forever films
Heroes Forever: The New Beginning 85% (163 reviews) 98% (27 reviews) 69% (14 reveiews) A-
Heroes Forever: The New Resolution 91% (44 reviews) 94% (27 reviews) 69% (10 reviews) A+

All-time ranksEdit

Motion Picture Rank
All time worldwide All time United States All time North America (adjusted) Yearly
(domestic)
Yearly
(international)
Opening Day
(all-time)
Opening Weekend
(all-time)
Jane Hoop Elementary films
Jane Hoop Elementary: The First #36 #61 #72 #1 #1 #45 #25
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Cyber Escape #62 #77 #108 #4 #2 #42 #21
Jane Hoop Elementary: Goldenman's Revenge #72 #84 #141 #5 #2 #27 #19
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Magic Ball #54 #85 #111 #3 #2 #26 #20
Jane Hoop Elementary: Morphin the Power #47 #78 #127 #5 #1 #22 #26
Jane Hoop Elementary: Turbo of Catland #48 #69 #147 #3 #2 #12 #25
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush – Part 1 #40 #73 #180 #5 #2 #7 #7
Jane Hoop Elementary: The Final Rush – Part 2 #11 #32 #85 #2 #2 #2 #2
Heroes Forever films
Heroes Forever: The New Beginning #57 #15 #85 #12 #8 #55 #66
Heroes Forever: The New Resolution N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

See alsoEdit

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