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Tag Archives: DreamWorks Animation
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
The Annie Awards are to animation as the Emmys are to TV. But the last few years of awards have come off as slightly biased with the Annies not aligning with other industry awards due to irregularities in voting procedure … Continue reading
DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg is still promoting 3-D technology for cinemas. Installing the equipment has slowed down because of economic conditions, but he’s pushing, as reported by Associate Press writer Min Lee. Promoting the new DreamWorks 3-D animated movie … Continue reading
Disney and DreamWorks Animation veteran James Baxter gets a too-short look in the Los Angeles Times. Cristy Lytal brings it to us. “I love doing the Disney stuff,” he says, “but it was nice to show that I could do … Continue reading