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Hasbro and DreamWorks Call Off Merger Talks; DreamWorks Stock Drops

by Ed Liuon November 18, 2014
Hasbro has called off talks to acquire DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc., leading to a 14% drop in share price for DreamWorks (eliminating any gains in price made after reports of the merger talks first surfaced). A number of reasons are being cited by news sources, including a negative response from Hasbro shareholders, an insurmountable gap […]
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DreamWorks Animation Reported in Merger Talks with Hasbro and Joint Venture with Hearst

by Ed Liuon November 14, 2014
Various media outlets are reporting that toymaker Hasbro is in talks to buy DreamWorks Animation, SKG, Inc, as well as discussions to turn their AwesomenessTV channel into a joint venture with Hearst. The Hasbro/DreamWorks merger is reported to be at least 60 days away, and the reports state that both sides agree that Jeffrey Katzenberg […]

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"Penguins Of Madagascar" Trailer/Sneak Peek Released

by Alex Beanon October 14, 2014
A new four-minute sneak peek for DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming Penguins of Madagascar [release date: November 26, 2014] has been released: The footage was first screened at the DreamWorks Animation panel at New York Comic Con on October 12, 2014.

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Boss Baby Adds Baldwin And Spacey

by Alex Beanon October 1, 2014
Upcoming Dreamworks Animation movie “Boss Baby” has added Alec Baldwin and Kevin Spacey as dueling baby geniuses with Baldwin collaborating with his older brother to take down an impostor [Spacey] in a story line similar to Stewie of “Family Guy” and his frequent duels with his alter-egos. “Boss Baby” is currently scheduled to be released […]
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DreamWorks Animation in Talks for Acquisition by SoftBank

by Ed Liuon September 29, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter reports that the Japanese conglomerate SoftBank is in talks to acquire DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc., in a deal that would value the animation studio at $3.4 billion, according to an anonymous source. The same source stated that current CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg would sign a five-year contract to stay with the studio, and […]

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DreamWorks Animation's Kate Swanborg to Deliver Keynote at Power Up Festival on Sept. 24, 2014

by Ed Liuon September 23, 2014
TRAINING DRAGONS AT DREAMWORKS ANIMATION: INNOVATION IN ANIMATION Wednesday, September 24 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Milk Studios (449 14th Street, New York, NY) DreamWorks Animation Trains Dragons using HP Technology. DreamWorks Animation creates high-quality entertainment including amazing, computer generated (CG) animated movies such as How To Train Your Dragon and Madagascar. Since 2001, DreamWorks […]
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Dreamworks Animation Makes Date For Larrikins In 2018

by Alex Beanon September 8, 2014
Dreamworks Animation has officially given a release date for the Australian animated musical movie “The Larrikins” – about a family of bilbies [rabbit-bandicoot-like animals that live Down Under] and their adventures in the Aussie outback – directed by Tim Minchin [“Matilda”]. “The Larrikins” is currently scheduled to be released on January 25, 2018 in Australia […]

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How To Train Your Dragon 3 Pushed Back To 2017

by Alex Beanon September 5, 2014
Despite “How To Train Your Dragon 2” bringing in $602 million worldwide to date – making it the best grossing animated film of the year – Dreamworks Animation has pushed back their third session of dragon training another year as “How To Train Your Dragon 3” was moved to 2017 from its original release date […]
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DreamWorks Animation Teams Up With Studio Mir

by Alex Beanon August 29, 2014
DreamWorks Animation has signed a co-production deal with South Korea’s Studio Mir – creators of the popular “The Legend of Korra” series. The pair will develop up to four series over the next four years. Each series will consist of 78 episodes. Source: Variety