The Glendale site is leased to the animation studio until 2035.
In a new book, Sam Summers sets out to dissect how the Dreamworks formula, with its pop tunes, celebrity actors, wink-wink gags, differs from Disney’s.
The film, a continuation of the series “Spirit Riding Free,” is due to come out on June 4.
Of the five nominees, four are based on original ideas — a big change from last year’s contenders.
The short, which Meacham directed at Dreamworks Animation, speaks a simple truth: you never know whose life you could change.
Key members of the production team run through the visual references used for the film’s many themed worlds.
Pixar’s latest almost tripled its debut in its second weekend, grossing $13.7 million.
The deal cements a relationship between Crawford and the studio that stretches back to 2006.
The film could overtake “Spirited Away” and top the all-time ranking within the next couple weeks.
According to the U.S. government, “Shrek” reflects “who we are as a people and as a nation.”
Dreamworks is continuing its relationship with “Captain Underpants” creator Dav Pilkey.
The caveman sequel has now grossed $20.3 million in North America and $36.6 million in China.
Dreamworks’ sequel took an estimated $9.7 million over the Friday-Sunday period, which would mark the strongest opening since Pixar’s “Onward.”
By the midway point, “A New Age” is shaping up as an enjoyable social satire. But the current logic of Hollywood animation writing dictates that this is not enough.
Get ready for a new pseudo-baby, an evil tyrant, a dash of time travel, and ninjas.
Welcome to the year of five Disney features, Ghibli’s comeback, and many, many sequels.
We consider some films very likely to be competing for an Oscar, from Pixar’s latest to an indie film made for $80.
Customers in the U.K. and Ireland will get premieres of shows like “Trollstopia” and “Madagascar: A Little Wild.”
Release date reshuffles, a “Lion King” sequel, a new studio from Don Bluth, and more…