Two slightly different versions of the film will be released in China.
Take a few minutes to understand the lawsuit that industry artists have filed against the big American studios and why it matters.
The story of how pop star Peggy Lee took on one of the world’s most powerful entertainment companies — and won.
“Monster Hunt” is now the most financially successful Chinese film ever made.
A judge rule that animation artists can continue a case against studios which allegedly suppressed wages for decades through fraud.
The struggle is real at DreamWorks.
Long before “Tangled” and “Frozen,” Disney artists complained about the silly title of another Disney film—”The Great Mouse Detective.”
The first sign that you might get laid off at Disney: the bosses won’t give you a new computer.
Steve Hulett recounts his experiences working on “Oliver & Company” and the unexpected tragedy that happened during its production.
DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says that it has been “the hardest, most difficult, most painful eight weeks in our 20-year history.”
Steve Hulett remembers the time when Disney artists were told they were being moved to a warehouse off the lot, and the animation division’s first “gong show” pitch session.
DreamWorks is outsourcing the production of “Captain Underpants,” but where will they make it?
Major layoffs are coming up at DreamWorks Animation; hundreds of people could potentially be let go.
Michael Eisner lounged his six-foot-four frame in a conference room chair. He was wearing jeans and sweatshirt, but why not? It was a Saturday morning.
The wage-theft scheme operated by major American animation studios continues to grow with no end in sight.
Steve Hulett on everything from “Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore” to “Katy Caterpillar.”
Troubling new details about the abruptly-halted merger talks between DreamWorks Animation and Hasbro have been revealed.
The Hasbro giveth, and the Hasbro taketh away.
Everything you need to know about the possible sale of DreamWorks to Japanese company SoftBank.
Steve Hulett recounts his role in the the confusing and chaotic production of Disney’s most un-Disney-like feature, “The Black Cauldron.”