Now that talks for NBC Universal to buy DreamWorks are dead, who'll step into the fray as the next possible suitor for the decade-old mini-major founded by Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and…
On the eve of its first year as a publicly quoted standalone company, DreamWorks Animation is getting more animated, but at a more measured pace.
For the first time since it became an independent company, DreamWorks Animation has a full development slate that will help satisfy the company's two-picture-per-year release schedule through at…
Is "Madagascar" the next "Shrek"? Jeffrey Katzenberg is hoping so. DreamWorks Animation has selected its most recent release as its second franchise, greenlighting theatrical and direct-to-video…
DreamWorks has green lit "Old School 2" and hired Todd Phillips and Scot Armstrong to pen the script for Phillips to direct. Montecito Pictures will produce.
Brian Robbins is in negotiations to direct the Eddie Murphy comedy "Norbit" at DreamWorks. Robbins' producing partner at Tollin/Robbins, Michael Tollin, is coming aboard to produce the pic with John…
DreamWorks Animation got its first bit of good news in a while Thursday, as better-than-expected performance for "Madagascar" products helped it beat lowered expectations the company set last month.
As if the grosses for "The Island" weren't bad enough, DreamWorks and Warner Bros. must now contend with legal woes related to the movie. The producers of 1979 indie pic "Parts: The Clonus Horror"…
As DreamWorks and Universal enter into a two-month discussion period over the sale of the former, the studio built by Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen is sending out a message of…
General Electric's board of directors gave Bob Wright's NBC Universal a formal nod Friday to pursue an acquisition of DreamWorks. A purchase would include DreamWorks' 60-title library and would…
Although Michael Bay made his name on loud, explosion-filled pics like "Bad Boys" and "Pearl Harbor," the biggest crash in Bay's latest pic, "The Island," wasn't onscreen but at the box office.