ImageMovers Digital was a film studio run as a joint venture between Robert Zemeckis' ImageMovers studio and The Walt Disney Company. Both companies formed the studio in 2007, before shutting it down in 2010.
On November 6, 2009, ImageMovers Digital released A Christmas Carol, a performance capture film starring Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman, Robin Wright Penn, Bob Hoskins and Cary Elwes, each in multiple roles.
On March 12, 2010, Disney and ImageMovers announced that there were closing ImageMovers Digital by January 2011 after production was completed on Mars Needs Moms. Walt Disney Studios president Alan Bergman said, "...given today's economic realities, we need to find alternative ways to bring creative content to audiences and IMD no longer fits into our business model."
The company had previously been reported to have Calling All Robots, a Yellow Submarine remake, a Roger Rabbit sequel and The Nutcracker in development. Disney dropped all of these projects following the box-office failure of Mars Needs Moms.