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The nominations for the 9th annual Visual Effects Society Awards have been announced, with more than a few surprises. Tangled, How to Train Your Dragon, Toy Story 3, Shrek Forever After and Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole were nominated for outstanding animation in an animated feature motion [...]
DreamWorks Animation has promoted executive Bill Damaschke to the post of chief creative officer, reports Variety. Damaschke previously was co-president of production for feature animation, and oversaw the studio’s successful 2010 releases: How to Train Your Dragon, Shrek Forever After and Megamind. Those films have grossed more than $1.5 billion [...]
Legend3D has converted the original Shrek — as well as Shrek 2 and Shrek the Third — to stereoscopic 3D for a special Blu-ray set. The first three films in the series have been bundled with Shrek Forever After, which was made and released theatrically in 3D, for a 3D Blu-ray [...]
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has declared 41 songs are in contention for the Original Song Oscar, including several from animated and VFX-driven pics. Included in the list are songs from the animated features Despicable Me, How to Train Your Dragon, Idiots and Angels, The Illusionist, Legend of [...]
The big green goliath’s final adventure comes home to complete the collection of animation fans everywhere with the release of Shrek Forever After (DreamWorks, $30.99 DVD, $38.99 Blu-ray, $39.99 DVD/Blu-ray combo pack). The discs are packed full of bonus features, including Donkey’s Christmas Shrektacular, Donkey’s Caroling Christmas-tacular, Shrek’s Yule Log, [...]
The big green guy is still making big green for DreamWorks Animation. Buoyed by the success of Shrek Forever After, now the company’s highest-grossing international release, the company’s third-quarter results showed an increase of nearly 40 percent over the same quarter last year, rising from 135.4 million to 188.9 million. [...]