DreamWorks Animation shares never-before posted online video revealing some of the digital magic behind a number of the Oscar-nominated film’s signature shots.
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The writer-director of DreamWorks Animation’s Oscar-nominated ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ reflects on his long and loving journey creating the epic animated trilogy.
Disney, DreamWorks Animation, LAIKA and Pixar filmmakers share their thoughts on this morning’s announcement.
Bonnie Arnold joins Sarah Smith and Julie Lockhart to oversee film based on series of children’s books by writer / director known for ‘Yesterday,’ ‘Four Weddings and A Funeral’ and ‘Love Actually.’
Now available on Digital, the final quest of the ‘Dragon’ trilogy arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand May 21 with a never-before-seen alternate opening & DreamWorks Animation shorts ‘Bilby’ and ‘Bird Karma.’
April 30 'How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World' digital release on Movies Anywhere features never-before-seen alternate opening, DreamWorks shorts ‘Bilby’ and ‘Bird Karma’ and scores of special features; 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand coming May 21.
Home entertainment release featuring a never-before-seen alternate opening & DreamWorks Animation shorts ‘Bilby’ and ‘Bird Karma’ available on Digital May 7, and 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand May 21.
‘How To Train Your Dragon’ series writer and director Dean DeBlois reflects on his ten years with the beloved franchise, detailing how new technologies helped bring ‘The Hidden World’ to the screen.
Head of character animation Simon Otto helps bring more than 65,000 fantastical dragons to life for one of the biggest sequences in the culmination of the studio’s ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ trilogy.
Already in theaters in 41 international markets, DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ has grossed $84.4 million to date.
From concept art to finished frames, production designer Pierre-Olivier Vincent brings a singular touch to the final film in the blockbuster ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ trilogy.
Series director Dean DeBlois returns with the culminating chapter of one of the most beloved animated franchises in film history, setting opening day records in Australia and New Zealand ahead of the film’s North American release on February 22.
Series director Dean DeBlois returns with the culminating chapter of one of the most beloved animated franchises in film history, arriving in theaters on February 22, 2019.
DreamWorks Animation unveils a brand-new clip for the highly anticipated ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ at NYCC and moves the film’s release date up to February 22, 2019.
Groups set day of panel discussions and events focused on the topics ‘Inclusion and Intersectionality.’
Festival schedules 12 feature films in competition, plus director Q&A's, special events, short film programs, VR lounge and more, Oct. 20-22 in Hollywood
Former DreamWorks Animation co-president to serve as president of Paramount Animation, reporting to Paramount Motion Picture Group president Marc Evans.
The film’s producers Iryna Kostyuk, Egor Olesov and Anna Eliseeva will present the in-development film’s teaser introducing the protagonists on June 15 at MIFA.
Warner Bros. veteran succeeds DWA founder Jeffrey Katzenberg, who stepped down from his role when the company was bought by Comcast’s NBCUniversal for $3.87 billion in April 2016.
Bonnie Arnold to serve as president of DWA; Soria to remain with the studio as a producer of the ‘Madagascar’ franchise.
Cuts come as DWA continues to be integrated into NBCUniversal following its acquisition by Comcast, and just two months after the studio eliminated 200 positions at its Glendale campus and in its distribution and consumer products operations.