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The LA Femme Film Festival has announced its Award Honorees for the seventh edition of the fest, set for Oct. 13-16. Among the notable women of film the event has chosen to celebrate this year is Kung Fu Panda 2 director Jennifer Yuh Nelson. Nelson will receive the Maverick Award, [...]
DreamWorks Animation has finalized its deal with Netflix, selling the rights to its movies for a reported $30 million per title, according to The New York Times. This development is seen as the first time a major studio has picked a Web streaming venue over pay TV. The deal replaces [...]
DreamWorks Animation is planning to launch a facility in Shanghai to produce animated content for the Chinese market, reports Variety. The company is looking for applicants to fill various posts at the venture, including that of president. The studio has tapped L.A.-based recruiter RSR Partners to handle hiring duties. “As [...]
It looks like Po and his band of warriors have broken another big record this month. According to box office reports, Kung Fu Panda 2 has become the highest grossing film ever directed by a woman. With a worldwide gross of over $656 million, the Dreamworks sequel puts its director [...]
DreamWorks Animation will make the original Kung Fu Panda and its 2011 sequel available online in China, through the country’s biggest streaming site, Youku.com. The deal is the first time the studio’s movies will be available online in China. Consumers can watch the films on Youku’s premium on-demand service for [...]
The deal machine is working overtime at DreamWorks Animation, which is reportedly close to a streaming content deal with Netflix. According to The Hollywood Reporter and Bloomberg, the deal would replace one DreamWorks has in place with HBO that runs through 2014. However, HBO may offer to terminate the deal [...]
Before you snap your spine picking up the official event guide for San Diego’s massive comics, animation and pop-culture event, take a quick glance at what the 41st edition has to offer this July 21-24. There’s so much going on, check back at AnimationMagazine.net over the next day or so [...]
Before you snap your spine picking up the official event guide for San Diego’s massive comics, animation and pop-culture event, take a quick glance at what the 41st edition has to offer this July 21-24. Awesome Anniversaries The show will be celebrating some key milestones in the comics world this [...]
Disney-Pixar’s Cars 2 raced to a strong finish in its opening weekend with $68 million in ticket sales, handily beating out its predecesor. The opening weekend gross for the film handily beat out the $60 million opening weekend take for 2006′s Cars, as well as the openings for fellow Pixar [...]
DreamWorks Animation saw down results in its first quarter reporting, with net earnings and profits down versus the first quarter of 2010 when How to Train Your Dragon was released. The results for this quarter came mostly from last year’s films as DreamWorks Animation prepares to release Kung Fu Panda [...]