Posts Tagged ‘DreamWorks’

NY Times on Design of "Kung Fu Panda 2"

by Ed Liuon May 27, 2011
The New York Times has taken a look at the artistic inspirations behind Kung Fu Panda 2, noting how the sequel aimed to “push the world into a much vaster scale and give people more of the exotic locations than were in the first film,” according to director Jennifer Yuh Nelson. The article notes the […]

Alan Menken Working on DreamWorks’ "Lidsville" Soundtrack

by on May 19, 2011
Alan Menken revealed today that he will be working on the upcoming Dreamworks animated feature Lidsville, his first non-Disney animated musical. Lidsville is based on the 1970’s television series of the same name. [Source:AlanMenken’sTwitter]

PR: Save the Children Receives $400,000 From Employees of DreamWorks Animation

by Grant Whiteon April 15, 2011
Save the Children Receives $400,000 From Employees of DreamWorks Animation to Aid Japan & New Zealand WESTPORT, Conn., April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Save the Children today announced that it has received $400,000 from employees of DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. (Nasdaq: DWA) to provide relief to children and families affected by the disaster in Japan […]

PR: Kung Fu Panda’s Po on First-Ever National Balloon Tour Starting April 15

by Grant Whiteon April 15, 2011
DreamWorks Animation and Macy’s Launch KUNG FU PANDA’s Po on First-Ever National Balloon Tour Beginning April 15th KUNG FU PANDA 2 OPENS NATIONWIDE ON MAY 26th HOLLYWOOD, Calif., April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. (Nasdaq: DWA) and Macy’s today announced that KUNG FU PANDA’s Po will embark on the first-ever U.S. tour […]

Dreamworks "The Penguins Of Madagascar" Movie In The Works

by on March 29, 2011
Those popular penguins Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private from the Dreamworks’ film Madagascar will soon be getting their own spin-off film. The penguins already had a short on the Madagascar DVD and a spin-off television show on Nickelodeon, The Penguins of Madagascar, that was second to SpongeBob SquarePants was the most watched show on Nick […]

DreamWorks Announces Schedule Through 2014

by on March 8, 2011
The Film Stage has reported the recent revelation of DreamWorks Animation current production schedule through the year 2014. It is as follows: Kung Fu Panda 2 for May 26, 2011 Puss In Boots for November 4, 2011 Madagascar 3 for June 8, 2012 Rise of the Guardians for November 21, 2012 The Croods for March […]

Rumblewick Appears At DreamWorks

by on March 3, 2011
DreamWorks has officially announced that Rumblewick will be joining its development slate. An official press release this morning states that the studio will be adapting the children’s book My Unwilling Witch (The Rumblewick Letters) by Hiawyn Oram and Sarah Warburton. DreamWorks Animation Conjures Up Rumblewick GLENDALE, Calif., March 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — DreamWorks Animation SKG, […]

DreamWorks Animation To Release Films In IMAX

by on March 2, 2011
DreamWorks Animation has reached an agreement with IMAX Corp. to release two of their upcoming films, Puss in Boots and Kung Fu Panda 2, in IMAX theaters. This pact comes at a time where movie studios are trying to explore different mixes of a strategies to stem declining audiences and a decline in DVD sales. […]

Producer Bonnie Arnold on Her Career Path in Animation Biz

by Ed Liuon February 28, 2011
The Los Angeles Times has profiled the career path of DreamWorks producer Bonnie Arnold as part of their coverage of the 83rd annual Academy Awards. Arnold has worked on four films that have been nominated or won Oscars: Dances With Wolves, The Last Station, the first Toy Story movie (which was nominated for multiple categories […]

DreamWorks Has Second Thoughts on Release Strategy

by on February 25, 2011
A recent article in The Hollywood Reporter states that Dreamworks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg may be backtracking on the studio’s current output plan of three films a year on a biennial basis. While the plan remains in place through 2012, Katzenberg said that the company will play it by ear from that point on. The […]