Major layoffs are coming up at DreamWorks Animation; hundreds of people could potentially be let go.
Penguins of Madagascar
This weekend DreamWorks Animation’s “Penguins of Madagascar” hit an ignominious milestone.
The Golden Globes, handed out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, have announced that 17 animated features are eligible for consideration this year.
The DreamWorks brand continues its free-fall in the United States: “Penguins of Madagascar” opened below all expectations in the U.S.
Following the grueling completion of each DreamWorks animated feature, the company’s employees engage in a ritualistic cake sacrifice ceremony.
In its sophomore frame, “Big Hero 6” surrendered its position atop the American box office to “Dumb and Dumber To.”
As DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg knows, there’s lot of benefits to being President Obama’s BFF.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced yesterday afternoon that 20 animated features have been submitted for Oscar consideration in the 2014 animated feature category.
The general public gets a lot of flak from the animation community for not being able to tell the difference between the studios that make mainstream CGI features.
Here’s a 4-minute piece from the upcoming “Penguins of Madagascar” that DreamWorks Animation teased last weekend at New York Comic Con.