Tag: DreamWorks Animation
Netflix will launch the new DreamWorks series next week.
“Monster Hunt” is now the most financially successful Chinese film ever made.
Eleven technological advances, including work by Weta Digital, ILM, and DreamWorks, have been selected for further review.
A judge rule that animation artists can continue a case against studios which allegedly suppressed wages for decades through fraud.
China has a new all-time animation champ…and it’s a Chinese-made animated feature!
DreamWorks has finally found a viable business model: selling its studio campus over and over again.
Here’s a new clothing line for investment bankers and studio execs who want to pretend they like cartoons.
Nickelodeon and Norwegian Cruise Lines are breaking up.
Po re-unites with his father in the next installment of the “Kung Fu Panda” franchise.
An investment analyst asked DreamWorks execs why they’d gone creatively astray; this is what they told him.
The director of “Juno” and “Up in the Air” will make an animated feature based on the Caldecott-winning children’s book.
Their new cloud-enabled platform will allow indie producers to make work faster and more efficiently.
Animation projects created for Internet television dominated the 42nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
Festival director Thierry Frémaux continues to show his love for animation.
The struggle is real at DreamWorks.
Hiccup and Toothless are making their move from cable TV to online streaming.
Noddy’s new show is like “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” for preschoolers.
But the fight isn’t over yet. Animation artists have 30 days to produce new evidence.
Also, DreamWorks Animation’s “Home” recorded a respectable second weekend domestic gross.
For DreamWorks Animation, “Home” is where the money is.
What the critics are saying about the cutesy alien invasion offering from DreamWorks.
DreamWorks Animation needed some good news and they got it this weekend.
The bank that bought the campus just a few weeks ago is attempting to flip the property for a $65 million profit.
DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says that it has been “the hardest, most difficult, most painful eight weeks in our 20-year history.”
The 13-year DreamWorks veteran Alessandro Carloni will now co-direct “Kung Fu Panda 3” with Jennifer Yuh.
Everything you wanted to know about the making of the Oscar-contending film “How to Train Your Dragon 2.”