Check out the new digs that Nick artists are enjoying in Los Angeles.
He’s not inviting you to his mansion anytime soon, but at least we’ve got this video tour.
DreamWorks has finally found a viable business model: selling its studio campus over and over again.
The bank that bought the campus just a few weeks ago is attempting to flip the property for a $65 million profit.
Disney Animation and Pixar president Ed Catmull is listing one of his compounds in Kailua, Hawaii, just two years after building it.
It may not pay to be an artist on “The Simpsons,” but it definitely pays if you’re a voice actor on the show.
Last week DreamWorks revealed the first renderings of the Dream Center, a 40-acre, $2.4 billion development in Shanghai, China. Scheduled to open in 2017 (or early-2018), the site will house the Oriental DreamWorks production studio, which is currently working on “Kung Fu Panda 3,” as well as the world’s largest IMAX screen, eight outdoor plazas, hotels, restaurants, theaters, galleries, and tourist attractions.