DreamWorks Animation

Bridget (Zooey Deschanel) is an unhappy scullery maid who is in love with someone. She needs a little help to get him to
Nearly three quarters of elementary and middle school teachers already incorporate digital games within their classroom curriculum, according to a recent survey by the Games and Publishing Council. The smart money is on this number going up in the coming years.
Did this new adventure -- in which the young, Viking dragon-rider Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) faces down a powerful warlord (Djimon Hounsou) and has a family reunion with his long-lost mother (Cate Blanchett) -- pay back my investment?
Djimon Hounsou plays bad guy Drago Bludvist, "a madman without conscience or mercy" in How to Train Your Dragon 2. We sat down in Washington D.C.'s new Capella Hotel to talk about creating a character with a voice, what acting classes get wrong, the most important message in the film for children, and what advice he would give an actor cast as a villain.
The voice talent is also to be commended as the voices perfectly match the characters with Baruchel and Blanchett leading the way. Animated films are always more enjoyable when the voice talent has been carefully cast
Rihanna is making her voice-acting debut in DreamWorks' 2015 film "Home," and on Thursday, June 12, the star took to Twitter
It's ironic that Mr. Peabody & Sherman has a sequence involving the Trojan horse. Because according to the director of this production, this animated feature is actually something of a Trojan horse in and of itself.
Since childhood, Josh had dreamed of voicing the next Timon, Lumiere or Sebastian. That sidekick in a Disney animated film that you just can't forget. But then Book of Mormon happened.
while Deakins is quick to play down whatever small role he played in WALL•E's eventual enormous box office success, his creative contribution did not go unnoticed by others in the animation industry.
As the staff cuts at DreamWorks Animation and Walt Disney Studios prove, bigger is no longer thought of as better in Hollywood. The suits are now angling after a far more efficient business plan.
Cinefantastique Online's Steve Biodrowski, Lawrence French, and I saw this fanciful tale of survival, and got together to discuss the awesome production design, the occasionally-serviceable, occasionally-better comedy, and when we'll see it's-all-about-family plotting finally collapse.
Though DreamWorks Animation's The Croods may sound crude, based on the enthusiastic response that this film got during its world premiere last week in Berlin, this animated comedy has a sweet & sophisticated side.
With The Nightmare Before Christmas, Disney succeeded in extending the holiday film season from the beginning of November to the end of the year. Now, DreamWorks has upped the ante with Rise of the Guardians.
As the initial reviews for Pixar's Brave roll in, it's clear that the film is both pretty solid and somewhat disappointing. One of the running themes of said reviews is that the film is merely 'Dreamworks good'. If you think that's supposed to be an insult, it is.
So, there, that's one New Year's resolution out of the way for me. A few months after the theatrical release of Kung Fu Panda
You can stop fretting about global warming. For if Twentieth Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios have their way, this "Ice Age" is never ever going to end.