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turbo fast Update: DreamWorks Animations Turbo Fast Will Premiere on Netflix This Christmas Eve

Update 12/3/13: Netflix has just announced that Turbo Fast, the first show in its new deal with DreamWorks Animation, will hit the streaming service on December 24, 2013. However, unlike with its previous original series, not every episode of the show will be available at once. The first five episodes will hit on that date, with an undetermined number of other episodes to follow at… Continue reading Update: DreamWorks Animations' 'Turbo Fast' Will Premiere on Netflix This Christmas Eve

DreamWorks Animation Moves Forward with Trolls

goodlucktrolls DreamWorks Animation Moves Forward with TrollsFollowing up on plans for a Trolls feature film back in 2010, DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. has now acquired the IP for the iconic franchise from the Dam Family and Dam Things of Denmark with plans to introduce the beloved brand to a new generation of fans around the world.

In support of the brand’s enormous global potential, DreamWorks Animation has named American Girl veteran Shawn… Continue reading DreamWorks Animation Moves Forward with Trolls

The Croods

A prehistoric family are forced to flee their cave after it’s destroyed by a disaster that threatens to change their lives fo… Read More

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This weekend, DreamWorks Animation adds another group of outlandish characters to an already-ridiculous family of ogres, dragons and superheroes with the caveman clan known as “The Croods.”

Since its inception in the mid ’90s, DreamWorks has been seen as a cinematic… Continue reading DreamWorks Animation Fan Art: 'How to Train Your Dragon,' Shrek,' and More

February 14, 2012

Just yesterday we got to see a poster for DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods, and today there is a look at new art for the studio’s Rise of the Guardians. The November 21 release, voiced by Chris Pine, Alec Baldwin, Hugh Jackman, Isla Fisher and Jude Law, is described as follows:

When an evil spirit called Pitch becomes bent upon taking over the world by inspiring

At least it isn’t “Psycho” “Rear Window.” According to Variety, DreamWorks has begun plans to remake the Alfred Hitchcock classic “Rebecca” with “History of Violence” screenwriter Steven Knight.

Knight — Oscar nominated for writing “Dirty Pretty Things” in 2002, and also responsible for the David Cronenberg film “Eastern Promises” — will apparently go back to the Daphne DuMaurier source novel for his adaptation, and not work directly off Hitchcock’s moody thriller.

The… Continue reading 'Rebecca' Remake: Alfred Hitchcock's Only Oscar Winner Gets Re-Commissioned By DreamWorks