Ben Hoffman’s animated series, executive produced by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, starred Jake Johnson as a foul-mouthed Kentucky high school basketball coach.
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Executive producer Matthew Beans rethinks the entire ‘Trolls’ world, bringing all the tribes together with a new visual style in DreamWorks Animation’s new series, now available on Hulu and Peacock.
Two new animated series will premiere on the streamer in November; new episodes of ‘Cleopatra In Space,’ ‘Curious George,’ ‘Madagascar: A Little Wild,’ and ‘Where’s Waldo?’ will premiere in November and December.
Studio handles 1,055 VFX shots, using virtual production tools to help produce photorealistic talking animals, full CG environments and digital set extensions in Thea Sharrock and Disney+’s tale of a gorilla who tries to piece his past together so he can hatch a plan to escape from captivity.
Premiering today, the latest Lord and Miller show began life as an MTV presentation creator Ben Hoffman knew no one would ever make.
Can the team’s star stay out of trouble? Is this year’s team filled with losers? These and other questions will be asked, and answered, when Ben Hoffman’s new adult animated comedy launches on Netflix August 21.
New adult animated comedy, created by Ben Hoffman, stars Jake Johnson as a foul-mouthed high school basketball coach hoping he'll still make it to the big leagues.
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.
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.