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Category Archives: Animation Business
Last month a DreamWorks Animation ‘theme park’ was announced as part of a shopping and entertainment complex that is under construction at the Meadowlands site in New Jersey. This DreamWorks location would be small, about 15 acres, and part of … Continue reading
Before a film can enter production at Disney animation, it first has to be pitched. A small number of those films make it into pre-production, and then an even smaller number actually make it into full production. At that point, … Continue reading
Disney has decided to move up the release date for the upcoming 3-D re-release of Pixar’s Monsters, Inc. It is now coming out an entire month sooner and returning to theaters smack in the middle of the 2012 holiday season … Continue reading
Recently some rumors (though some sources are calling it fact, but you can never tell with Pixar) came out stating that Finding Nemo 2 was being made under Andrew Stanton’s direction and that Toy Story 4 was in the works … Continue reading