‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ concept art reveals the hidden panda village as seen at the end of the 2011 movie.
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Sony Pictures Animation wins a three-studio auction for an animated movie pitch centering on emoji; project is to be directed by Anthony Leondis and produced by Michelle Raimo Kouyate.
DreamWorks Animation re-sells its 13-acre Glendale campus under a deal worth $15 million to the cash-strapped studio led by Jeffrey Katzenberg.
DreamWorks Animation veteran and series director Elaine Bogan details the production process from storyboarding through final delivery on DWA’s hit series that further explores the world of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ franchise.
Former Fox communications executive Dan Berger fills the void left by Chip Sullivan, who departed DWA in April for a job at NBC.
Directed by Jennifer Yuh Nelson and Allesandro Carlon, ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ arrives in theaters on January 29, 2016.
Former Pixar PR chief to lead publicity efforts for feature animation film slate as head of theatrical public relations.
Acclaimed filmmaker to write and direct feature based on award-winning children's book, ‘The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend,’ by Dan Santat.
The Jeffrey Katzenberg-led studio exceeds analyst expectations with a 13 percent rise in revenues despite posting a $54.8 million loss for the period ended March 31, 2015.
Highly sought-after designation guarantees greater access and a larger revenue share in the world's second biggest film market.
Anywhere from 150 to 400 DWA employees will be getting pink-slipped, with animators, storyboard artists and other production personnel the most likely to be affected.
Oscar nominees for Best Animated Feature and Best Animated Short at the 87th Academy Awards write and call in with their reactions.
CG-animated sequel written and directed by Dean DeBlois bests Disney’s ‘Big Hero 6,’ Reel FX’s ‘Book of Life,’ LAIKA’s ‘The Boxtrolls’ and Warner Bros.’ ‘The LEGO Movie.’
DreamWorks Animation appoints veteran producers Bonnie Arnold and Mireille Soria as co-presidents of feature animation; Bill Damaschke to step down as Chief Creative Officer.
To avoid getting caught in the wake of J.J. Abrams' ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ DWA and partner Fox move the animated threequel from December 23, 2015, to March 18, 2016.
Wall Street analysts predict further losses for DreamWorks Animation following the North American debut of the studio’s ‘Madagascar’ spinoff.
Directed by Tom Wheeler and featuring the voices of Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy, ‘B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations’ was set to debut on June 5, 2015.
In a deal said to be at least 60 days off, DWA head Jeffrey Katzenberg would chair the combined operation to be called DreamWorks-Hasbro.
‘Madagascar’ spin-off debuts on Netflix on December 19, to be followed with the rollout of 10 new additional series by the end of 2016.