Francis E. Francis is the main antagonist of the 2017 Dreamworks animated feature The Boss Baby.
Francis Is the charismatic and slightly unhinged CEO of PuppyCo. He is determined to put BabyCorp out of the baby business and will stop at nothing to accomplish It.
He was "born" at Baby Corp. and worked his way to CEO of the company. However he was lactose intolerant to the secret baby youth formula. He was fired and sent to live with the Francis family. Growing up with a bitter resentment towards Baby Corp., and a love towards puppies, he became a businessman and founded PuppyCo. This was to become Baby Corp's main rivals.
At the end of the film he failed to release his company's new product: the Forever Puppy, which was supposed to use Boss Baby's secret formula. Francis accidentally fell into the vat of secret formula and turned into a baby. His company was handed over to his older brother and executive assistant, Eugene. He was re-raised by his brother.
During Tim's adulthood, it is unknown if Francis was raised without an evil heart. It is unknown if he became CEO of PuppyCo again, or pursued different interests (seeing as he had probably given up with his evil plans).
Feature films The Boss Baby
Sid Phillips from Toy Story
Hopper from A Bug's Life
Francis E. Francis
Charismatic ,slightly unhinged, evil, mean, determined, relentless, tough, wicked, mad, murderous, aggressive, sneaky, greedy, selfish, violent, ruthless, nasty, cruel, vicious, angry, bad-tempered
CEO of PuppyCo
CEO of Baby Corp. (formerly)
Put the Baby Corp out of the baby business by any means as he can
Keep PuppyCo thriving at any cost
Eugene Francis (brother)
Eugene Francis, PuppyCo Employees
Puppies, being a "hotshot executive", babies (formerly), Baby Corp. (formerly)
Babies, Baby Corp.
Gets turned back Into a baby and gets carried away by his brother so he'll raise him right this time (During Tim's childhood). Presumably becomes CEO of PuppyCo again, only without malevolent goals. (during Tim's adulthood)
- Francis is voiced by Steve Buscemi, who ironically appeared in Monsters Inc. as Henry Waternoose's assistant, Randall Boggs. Francis draws inspiration from Waternoose.
- It is unknown if Francis genuinely liked puppies or he only wanted revenge on Baby Corp, and just created PuppyCo to gain the resources he needed for his vengeance.