In the 2000s, you were hard-pressed to find a bigger Hollywood star than Shrek. The lovable ogre had four movies from 2001 to 2010, each making a ton of money, but DreamWorks Animation took a break after that. Now, after the company was sold to Comcast, it seems Shrek will be making his return.
The new show that will unite Guillermo del Toro, Netflix, and DreamWorks Animation dropped its first image today. When the show was announced in January, Trollhunters was described as taking place in “a new, fantastical world wrapped around two best friends who make a startling discovery beneath their hometown.”
Few would argue that Edgar Wright is one of the most exciting filmmakers out in the world today. He’s made only four features, but each is infused with a uniquely palpable style and energy. Now, we’ll get to see what that looks like in animation.
Are you ready for a children's book about monsters from Guillermo del Toro? Then we've got a nice surprise for you. Check out an exclusive peek at the front cover of del Toro's Trollhunters, which he co-wrote with author Daniel Kraus (Rotters).
DreamWorks Animation is in trouble. It's laying off 500 people, closing an office, and most of its leadership is leaving. Being blamed for this disaster is a string of big-budget misses, including blaming 2014's Mr. Peabody & Sherman for being "too clever" for audiences.
This morning at Comic-Con, the star-studded Hall H hosted a Dreamworks Animation panel, which showcased Home and The Penguins of Madagascar. We saw a ton of footage, but most importantly we've got video where Benedict Cumberbatch shares some feelings about Dr. Strange.
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Dreamworks Animation is pitting monsters against aliens in its cleverly titled film Monsters Vs. Aliens, due out next year. Why didn't they stick with the original title of the comic it's based on? Rex Havoc and the Ass-Kickers of the Fantastic is a much cooler sounding movie. Reese Witherspoon will be voicing one of…
Paramount and Dreamworks went HD DVD exclusive today. Then, a Hollywood news blog reported that the HD DVD camp paid Paramount $50 million and DreamWorks Animation $100 million for "promotional consideration." We asked Paramount and the HD DVD camp about this, and received a quick albeit vague reply: "Whenever we…