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Tag Archives: DreamWorks
The Walt Disney Studios and DreamWorks Studios have announced the first film to come from their distribution and marketing deal. “Real Steel” will be released in November 2011 under the Touchstone Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures labels. What’s “Real Steel”? It’s … Continue reading
The MTV Movies Blog was there when Director Robert Zemeckis let loose that he’s been thinking of a return visit to Toon Town and the world of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Apparently the lure of 3D and motion capture technology … Continue reading
In light of my recent post on Wall Street’s sad view of Pixar‘s franchise making ability, you should check out this cartoon that captured the gestalt of Wall Street’s arguement last week. Then head over to Spout where the general … Continue reading
The rumors reported on Friday are true. Disney and Dreamworks SKG have signed an exclusive long-term distribution deal that will include about about six films a year starting as soon as next year. The arrangement with filmmaker and DreamWorks Studios … Continue reading