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DreamWorks Animation (Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon) has signed up with Wal-Mart Stores’ plan to help home audiences convert their DVD collections to online film libraries, the AP reports. DreamWorks head Jeffrey Katzenberg says the new “Disc to Digital” service will aid consumers in adjusting to [...]
Bill Damaschke first joined DreamWorks in 1995 as production coordinator on Prince of Egypt. He quickly rose through the ranks and became head of production and development in 2005 and co-president of production for feature animation soon after. In early 2011, he became the division’s chief creative officer, overlooking all [...]
During its New York City upfront presentation, Cartoon Network announced today several new and returning series to its programming line-up including the world premiere of DreamWorks Dragons: The Series, Annoying Orange, Ben 10: Omniverse and Beware the Batman. Held at New York’s Roseland Ballroom, the presentation included live performances of [...]
Immersive design consortium 5D | Institute will hold a world-building design discussion series in Los Angeles March 13-15 with 5D | Flux, presented in association with Autodesk and the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. The event will consist of three 120-minute interactive sessions aimed at encouraging conversations [...]
Josh Gad (Book of Mormon) Bill Hader (SNL) and Kate Hudson (Almost Famous) are part of the voice cast of Me & My Shadow, the Nov. 2013 animated fantasy from DreamWorks Animation. The pic will be directed by Alessandro Carolini, who was the head of story on How to Train [...]
Gregg Taylor is the new head of development at DreamWorks Animation. Taylor will replace Alex Schwartz who will be working on the upcoming feature adaptation of Mr. Peabody & Sherman as producer. Prior to his new post, Tyalor was a senior development and production executive, overseeing DreamWorks Animation’s franchises, including [...]
George Miller’s Oscar-winning, soft-shoeing penguin crew is back in the new 3-D adventure, Happy Feet 2. Back in 2006, audiences around the world got their toes tapping for an inventive CG animated feature called Happy Feet. The film shook up the toon world and sealed its reputation by beating Pixar’s [...]
As Fox gets ready to deliver the fourth installment of the popular Ice Age franchise next July, it’s also partnering with Stage Ent. Touring Prods. to produce a live show based on the movies. Set to debut at London’s Wembley Arena in November of 2012, the show will travel to 30 [...]
Tech giant HP has announced that DreamWorks Animation chose HP technology to push the boundaries of CG animation for its most technically advanced film to day, the Shrek spin-off Puss in Boots, which hits theaters this Friday, October 28. Artists working on Puss in Boots used more than 200 high-performance [...]
Po and his warrior pals get ready to fight the good fight on an awesome new weekly show. 2011 has been quite a year for Po, the eager warrior of DreamWorks’ 2008 Oscar-nominated movie Kung Fu Panda. Not only did he defeat the evil peacock Lord Shen in a big [...]