Posts Tagged ‘DreamWorks’
Jay Baruchel, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, and Kristin Wiig will return for the How to Train Your Dragon sequel, which is due in 2013, according to Deadline Hollywood. Writer/director Dean Deblois will also return; Chris Sanders will act as executive producer.
On October 2, 2010, at the LA Live Plaza, DreamWorks Animation and Paramount hosted an event to break the Guinness World Record of Largest Gathering of Superheroes. The event marked the start of MegaMonth which is an official month dedicated to various Mega-events all across the country in order to promote the new DreamWorks Animation […]
DreamWorks Animation has announced that How to Train Your Dragon will be released on DVD and Blu-ray disc on October 15, 2010. Accompanying both releases will be a new film, Legend of the Boneknapper Dragon, which will have several of the original cast members reprising their original roles. In addition to the new film, both […]
The Hollywood Reporter‘s Heat Vision weblog notes that DreamWorks Animation has begun campaigning for the 2011 Academy Awards by sending out “For Your Consideration” mailings for How to Train Your Dragon, placing the movie in contention for both Best Animated Feature and Best Picture. The report seems to suggest that the mailing is an early […]
The Hollywood Reporter reports that NBC has ordered two new holiday specials based on the hit Dreamworks films Shrek and Kung Fu Panda. NBC will air the Halloween special Scared Shrekless on October 28th. In the special, our favorite green ogre dares Donkey, Princess Fiona, Puss in Boots, and other fairy tale characters to spend […]
The Hollywood Reporter has named Joe Syracuse and Lisa Addario (Surf’s Up) as the scriptwriters for Imaginary Enemies, a new project under development at DreamWorks Animation Studios SKG. Shrek Forever After director Mike Mitchell is reported to be developing the project as well, but is not attached as a director as yet. The movie centers […]
Seth Rogen continues his association with DreamWorks Animation by lending his voice to the lead character in Boo U., according to The Hollywood Reporter. The story is about a ghost who has to return to school to learn how to be a better ghost. Igor‘s Tony Leondis will direct.
DreamWorks Animation earned $24.0 million on revenues of $158.1 million in the second quarter of 2010, the company announced today. That compared to net income of $25.6 million on revenues of $132.0 million in same period last year. The company credited its results to Shrek Forever After and How to Train Your Dragon, and CEO […]
Is DreamWorks Animation looking for a merger partner? Widespread speculation about the fate of the House that Shrek Built attracts the attention of The New York Times today. For the record, it says that studio head Jeffrey Katzenberg stoutly denies that he wants to sell his studio or that he wants a senior position at […]
DreamWorks Animation will bring the Good Luck Trolls to the big screen, the company said today. Adam Wilson and Melanie Wilson LaBracio have been assigned to write the script, and Dannie Festa will executive produce the film. [Source: DreamWorks Animation]