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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Premiering today on NBC’s Peacock, DreamWorks Animation’s latest animated short brings together the director’s love for animation, the art of illusion, and his father.
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.
James Marsden and Ariana Greenblatt also cast in upcoming sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s 2017 Oscar-nominated animated comedy.
Taylor Meacham’s love letter to his father tells how life’s greatest magic is inspiring someone else to follow their dreams, even if you haven’t achieved your own.
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.
Studio’s latest Shorts Program effort will run in front of favorite films screened as part of theatre chain’s August 23-29 DreamWorks Animation Week celebration.
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.
‘Bird Karma’ and ‘Bilby’ producer Jeff Hermann will produce the ‘Boss Baby’ sequel, scheduled for a March 26, 2021 release by Universal.
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.’
The first two projects to emerge from DWA’s shorts program, Oscar-shortlisted films showcase the breadth and depth of talent and technology the studio wields.