Watch, listen, and groove! Disney Channel’s special extended Halloween-themed episode of Matt Braly’s animated ‘frog-out-of-water’ comedy premieres October 17.
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Animated comedy, created and executive produced by Matt Braly, joins new Saturday night animation programming block starting July 11.
The producer of both ‘Trolls’ films helps DreamWorks Animation create a masterful celebration of how art and music can bring people together.
Production designer Kendal Cronkhite Shaindlin returns to lend her fuzzy sense of style to DreamWorks Animation’s charmingly frenetic ‘Trolls’ sequel.
With his sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s 2016 hit, ‘Trolls,’ releasing straight to digital home viewing this Friday, the director shares his thoughts on the joyful experience of creating six new musically-themed ‘lands’ of fuzzily immersive charm.
Just in time for the film’s April 10 premiere, studio rolls out downloadable party pack and coloring book, plus a ‘How to Draw a Troll’ tutorial series.
With massive musical medleys unleashing incomparable amounts of pizazz, untold volumes of glitter, and one lone tumbleweed, DreamWorks Animation shares the latest from its upcoming animated extravaganza.
Dang! In a blistering, yet sparkly mélange of spoof, satire and ‘smooth jazz’ euphoria, DreamWorks Animation and Walt Dohrn tease us with ‘trollific’ new footage and images from their upcoming April 17, 2020 release.
Lead Guitar and Ukulele collide in our first look at the the studio’s sparkly ‘Trolls’ sequel, opening in theatres next April.
Ozzy Osbourne, George Clinton, Mary J. Blige and Kelly Clarkson join Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake in the studio’s upcoming ‘Trolls’ sequel, set to hit theatres next April.
Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake return in the Walt Dohrn-directed sequel to ‘Trolls,’ the studio’s 2016 musical comedy hit.
Hour-long TV movie features the voices of Mark Hamill, Kira Kosarin, Ron Funches, Flula Borg, and Gunnar Sizemore.
Sequel to hit feature will see the shiny happy creatures seek out others of their kind -- and the music they get down to.
Oscar-nominated director of Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox’s ‘Ice Age’ and ‘Rio” franchises details the six-year journey adapting the beloved story of the giant bull who prefers flowers to fighting into a full-length feature film.
Inspired by the beloved book ‘The Story of Ferdinand’ by Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson, the forthcoming CG-animated feature from director Carlos Saldanha charges into theaters on December 15.