Shrek 2 Spurs DreamWorks Fraud Suit

A class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of all who purchased securities of DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. between October 27, 2004 and May 10, 2005. The complaint alleges that ... Continue Reading →

Exodus Gets Surge of CG Toons

Venice-based Exodus Film Group has added two new CG-animated features to its quickly expanding development slate. The first–The Hero of Color City, centers on a boxful of heroic ... Continue Reading →

Wild Slide for DreamWorks Shares

In the new Bizarro world of box office analysis, apparently a $61 million dollar opening is considered disappointing. While any live-action film would be praised for garnering such ... Continue Reading →

Auds Wild for Sith, Madagascar

The long Memorial Day weekend proved to be just what Hollywood needed to jumpstart the summer box office after a long period of weak attendance. In its second week, 20th Century Fox’s ... Continue Reading →

Exodus Gets Surge of CG Toons

Venice-based Exodus Film Group has added two new CG-animated features to its quickly expanding development slate. The first–The Hero of Color City, centers on a boxful of heroic ... Continue Reading →

Madagascar Runs Wild in Theaters

Star Wars: Episode III–Revenge of the Sith gets some competition today as DreamWorks unleashes its latest CG-animated flick into theaters. The most kid-friendly of the two, Madagascar ... Continue Reading →

Disney Finds New Enchanted Director

Daily Variety reports that Kevin Lima, director of Disney’s Tarzan and 102 Dalmatians, has been tapped to helm Enchanted, a romantic fable that will combine live-action and CG ... Continue Reading →

DreamWorks Bares Panda Details

In advance of this year’s big Licensing Show in New York City, DreamWorks has released some details regarding it’s 2008 animated release, Kung Fu Panda. The CG comedy is ... Continue Reading →

Sith Reigns at Box Office

Like a single blast from the Death Star, Star Wars: Episode III–Revenge of the Sith demolished all competition at the box office and put an end to the streak of weak ticket sales ... Continue Reading →

Nemo Makes Time’s All-Time 100

Time Magazine on Sunday posted its list of the 100 best movies of all-time, putting the Disney/Pixar animated blockbuster, Finding Nemo, in the same company as The Searchers, Taxi Driver ... Continue Reading →