The DreamWorks Animation 3DCG series returns to Hulu and Peacock today, March 29, with new stories about hidden magical creatures hoping to find safe havens and peaceful lives in the human world.
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The Annie-Award-winning animated series returns to Hulu and Peacock March 29 with all-new wild and woolly adventures featuring Chloe Bennet reprising her role as ‘Yi’ and Tenzing Trainor as ‘Jin.’
For story editors Tiffany Lo and Ethel Lung, growing up listening to stories about ancient China helped them show how lead character Yi finds closure from her father’s death by discovering magical creatures throughout the country that need her help; all-new DreamWorks Animation series debuts today on Hulu and Peacock.
Picking up where 2019’s ‘Abominable’ left off, the wild and woolly adventure continues with Chloe Bennet reprising her role as ‘Yi’ and Tenzing Trainor returning as ‘Jin; all-new animated series hits Peacock and Hulu next month.
Series spin-offs of DreamWorks Animation’s popular ‘Megamind’ and ‘Abominable’ top the list of new CG animated series; new preschool series include ‘Press Start!,’ ‘Team Mekbots Animal Rescue,’ ‘Dino Pops,’ and ‘Babble Bop!’ Season 2.
Adaptation of Aaron Blabey’s book series about notorious bad guys going good debuts April 15, 2022; Antonio Banderas reprises his role as the suave feline outlaw in the new sequel premiering September 23, 2022.
Winners of the Critics Choice Association’s 25th annual awards were announced last night at their Barker Hangar gala ceremony in Santa Monica, California.
‘Abominable,’ ‘Frozen 2,’ ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World,’ ‘Missing Link’ and ‘Toy Story 4’ to contend in animated movie category; ‘1917,’ ‘Ford v Ferrari’ and ‘The Irishman’ among top producer award nominees.
The Annie and Critics’ Choice Award-nominated feature from DreamWorks Animation and Pearl Studio shows that in the right hands, a U.S. / China co-production can resonate with all audiences and find international success.
Sound artist work in ‘How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World,’ ‘Frozen 2,’ ‘Abominable,’ ‘Toy Story 4,’ ‘Missing Link,’ ‘White Snake,’ ‘The Lion King’ and ‘Spies in Disguise’ lead animation-specific category noms; 67th annual awards ceremony to be held January 19.
DreamWorks Animation’s ‘Abominable,' Disney’s ‘Frozen 2,’ DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden World,’ Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ and Pixar’s ‘Toy Story 4’ are nominated in animated film category.
Nominated for four Annie Awards, the film about a young city girl who helps a mysterious Yeti elude captors and travel 2,000 miles to reach his Himalayan home, will also be released on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on December 17.
DreamWorks Animation and Pearl Studio’s just released US-China co-production shows animation’s true power to cross cultural boundaries with an entertaining, relatable and emotional story.
A young city girl helps a mysterious Yeti elude his captors as they travel 2,000 miles to reach his Himalayan home in the new DreamWorks Animation and Pearl Studio co-produced animated feature film.
Andrew Erekson’s CG-animated short, the latest release from the studio’s Shorts Program, takes a stylized look at the not too distant future.
Three-day festival features screenings, panel discussions, presentations and top talent from Pixar Animation Studios, Google Creative Lab, and DreamWorks Animation.
Andy Erekson’s stylized look at a grumpy robot, C-0R13, set in the not too distant future, will debut next month during the studio’s expansive set of sneak peeks and work-in-progress presentations during the Annecy Animation Festival.
Feature programming includes an extended preview of ‘Abominable’ and world premiere of the short film ‘Marooned’; TV studio focus to offer first look of ‘Fast & Furious’ animated series and new footage from ‘She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.’
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television to establish ‘Say Yes!’ MFA scholarships in the name of ‘Over the Moon’ screenwriter.
Distinguished thought leaders Daniel Dae Kim, Margaret Cho, Richard LaGravenese, Jenny Han and Jessica Gao to participate in three-day creative think tank summit.
SPI to serve as lead animation vendor for Netflix’s animated musical feature film directed by legendary animator and Academy Award-winning filmmaker Glen Keane.
‘Abominable’ screenwriter Will Davies to adapt children’s book by Santa Montefiore and Simon Sebag Montefiore.
Firm recently bought newly-launched Pearl Studio, formerly known as Oriental DreamWorks, and has stakes in Imagine, CAA and Warner Bros.’ Flagship Entertainment.
Animated feature slate for global family audience includes ‘Abominable,’ directed by Jill Culton; ‘The Monkey King,’ developed by Stephen Chow; and ‘Over the Moon,’ directed by Glen Keane.