DreamWorks Animation’s upcoming sequel to their 2017 Oscar-nominated comedy, ‘Boss Baby,’ will now reach theatres on September 17, 2021, taking the scheduled spot of their animated feature ‘The Bad Guys,’ which moves to 2022.
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A new ‘boss’, baby, brings now grownup brothers Tim and Ted together in a new business venture that takes everyone back to their early childhood; the sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s Oscar-nominated comedy hits theatres March 26, 2021.
‘Bird Karma’ and ‘Bilby’ producer Jeff Hermann will produce the ‘Boss Baby’ sequel, scheduled for a March 26, 2021 release by Universal.
Oscar-nominated producer to take charge of the network’s animation content across all formats and platforms spanning digital, TV and film.
Veteran executive and producer will oversee production on the studio’s current projects and seek out new ones to develop.
Imbuing the Oscar-nominated movie with a sense of nostalgia, animators and VFX artists drew on cartoon tradition while experimenting and pushing the cutting edge of technology to get the right look.
Leading up to March 4th, use our handy guide to catch up and keep up with AWN’s coverage of the films and creative teams nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 90th Academy Awards.
DreamWorks Animation’s ‘The Boss Baby,’ Cartoon Saloon’s ‘The Breadwinner,’ Pixar’s ‘Coco,’ Blue Sky’s ‘Ferdinand’ and BreakThru Entertainment’s ‘Loving Vincent’ garner nominations for best animated feature.
Short films planned for release over the next 18 months include ‘Bird Karma’ directed by William Salazar, ‘Marooned’ directed by Andy Erekson, and a currently untitled short film directed by Pierre Perifel, Liron Topaz and JP Sans.
Animated comedy starring Alec Baldwin and directed by Tom McGrath now available on Blu-ray 3D, 4K Ultra HD, DVD and Digital HD.
Former DreamWorks Animation co-president to serve as president of Paramount Animation, reporting to Paramount Motion Picture Group president Marc Evans.
Honorees include Arthur de Pins, Megan Nicole Dong, Dorota Kobiela, Kirsten Lepore, Kira Lehtomaki, Dave Mullins, Julia Pott, Carlos Puertolas, Dana Terrace, Nora Twomey.
Author of the ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ book series will once again see one of her captivating fantasy adventure series brought to life by DreamWorks Animation.
Composer and lyricist behind Broadway hit ‘Matilda the Musical’ no longer directing Australian-themed animated feature set for release in 2018.
Bonnie Arnold to serve as president of DWA; Soria to remain with the studio as a producer of the ‘Madagascar’ franchise.
‘How To Train Your Dragon 3’ delayed to March 1, 2019; Oriental DreamWorks feature ‘Everest’ set for September 27, 2019.
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.
Employees in marketing, distribution, consumer products and finance at DWA’s Glendale Campus to start receiving termination notices as early as this week.