Turbo’s supersonic racing snail gets his own Netflix spin-off series with Chris Prynoski as Exec VP.
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DreamWorks Animation announces a new animated feature, Home, with two of the starring roles to be voiced by Steve Martin and Jennifer Lopez.
DreamWorks Animation expands its TV portfolio with the acquisition of the Chapman Entertainment Library, including beloved brands Fifi and the Flowertots, Roary the Racing Car,Raa Raa the Noisy Lion and Little Charley Bear.
DreamWorks Animation’s Turbo Racing League App spends ten weeks as the #1 most downloaded racing and reaches 20 million downloads.
Dawn Taubin joins DreamWorks Animation as Chief Marketing Officer; former Warner Bros. president will head all marketing efforts for the brand.
DreamWorks Animation Chief Marketing Officer Anne Globe departs company following the weaker-than-expected opening of Turbo.
DreamWorks Animation names Paul Kurzawa to the newly created position of Head of Retail Development & Entertainment, where he will be tasked with expanding the brand into the retail environment.
Hasbro and DreamWorks Animation enter into an agreement to create toys and games inspired by DreamWorks Animation's B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations and Trolls properties.
DreamWorks Animation taps former top Nickelodeon exec Marjorie Cohn to spearhead studio's television efforts; industry vet Mark Taylor and DWA exec Peter Gal round out new TV leadership team.
HP announces that DreamWorks Animation used HP technology to develop cutting-edge animation for its latest film, Turbo.
Slated for release in December 2015, DreamWorks Animation’s Kung Fu Panda 3 will see one-third of its production done in China.
Largest deal for original content in Netflix history will give members in the U.S., Canada, Latin America and Europe exclusive access to new original television series based on the studio's beloved franchises and characters.
Award-winning composer, comedian, actor and writer Tim Minchin joins DreamWorks Animation, lending his signature creative energy to a new musical project set in the Australian outback.
German kids channel Super RTL signs a multi-year deal with DreamWorks Animation that will see the animation studio supply the Cologne-based network with around 1,200 hours of programming through 2020.
DreamWorks Animation releases Open VDB 1, open source framework developed by DWA engineers for sparse volume data.
DreamWorks Animation acquires IP for Trolls with plans to take iconic dolls' brand (and hair) to new heights. American Girl branding vet Shawn Dennis tapped to head Trolls global franchise.
Bryan Cranston, Mads Mikkelsen, and Rebel Wilson join the cast of DreamWorks Animation’s “Kung Fu Panda 3.”
DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says layoffs already have begun and that 350 of the studio’s 2,200 employees will have been let go by year’s end.