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DreamWorks Animation Production Workers Unionize with IATSE Locals 700 & 839

DreamWorks Animation production workers have officially formed a union. Following a National Labor Relations Board election, 160 workers from DreamWorks Animation (DWA) Television and Feature productions will now be represented by The Animation Guild (IATSE Local 839) and the Motion Picture Editors Guild (IATSE Local 700). This unionization marks the largest unit to date to […]

DreamWorks Unveils New Material for ‘Orion and the Dark’ Film

Netflix, in collaboration with DreamWorks Animation, has recently unveiled an exciting array of promotional material for their upcoming animated feature, “Orion and the Dark.” This includes a captivating new trailer, as well as an assortment of visually stunning images and posters, all aimed at generating anticipation for the film’s release. Reflecting on the landscape of […]

DreamWorks Teases ‘The Wild Robot’ Movie in New Trailer

DreamWorks Animation sets the stage for an exciting year in animation with the highly anticipated release of ‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ on March 8th, creating waves of anticipation among fans. Concurrently, the studio tantalizes audiences with the unveiling of the trailer for another enchanting animated feature, ‘The Wild Robot.’ Scheduled for release on September 20th, […]

DreamWorks’ Efforts to Ensure ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ Global Triumph

DreamWorks is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to ensure the triumphant reception of the latest installment in the ‘Kung Fu Panda’ franchise, particularly in China, a burgeoning powerhouse in the global film market. With China poised to become the largest movie market in the world, DreamWorks recognizes the immense opportunity and importance of […]

Employees at DreamWorks Animation and Flying Bark Productions Move Toward Unionization

At Flying Bark Productions, there’s a concerted effort underway as The Animation Guild endeavors to represent the skilled production workers contributing to the highly anticipated ‘Stranger Things’ animated film. This move reflects a growing trend in the animation industry where workers are seeking union representation to safeguard their rights and interests amidst a rapidly evolving […]

Shrek 2 set for cinema comeback on its 20th anniversary

In a delightful turn of events, it appears that the beloved animated classic, Shrek 2, could potentially grace the silver screens of UK cinemas once again in 2024, all in celebration of its remarkable 20-year anniversary milestone. This exciting possibility stems from recent developments, notably the release of trailers by the Government of Alberta in […]

DreamWorks’ $16B Movie Lineup: Why How To Train Your Dragon Goes Live-Action

DreamWorks, renowned for its animated classics like Shrek and Kung Fu Panda, is embarking on a new frontier with its first live-action remake, choosing to adapt the beloved “How To Train Your Dragon” series for the big screen. This decision marks a departure from the studio’s usual animated fare, reflecting a strategic shift in their […]

DreamWorks Animation records its worst-ever box office performance

DreamWorks Animation, a powerhouse in the animation industry, recently faced a notable setback as its latest release, ‘Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken,’ saw unprecedented underperformance at the global box office. Despite DreamWorks’ previous success with the 2022 hit ‘Puss in Boots: The Last Wish,’ expectations were high for ‘Ruby Gillman,’ a fantasy film exploring the journey […]

Iconic Cartoon Characters of the 21st Century

Bugs Bunny, Bart Simpson, and Betty Boop have secured their places in pop culture history as some of the most iconic animated characters. However, the 21st century has ushered in a new era of animated legends. These characters, within a relatively short time, have reached the iconic status of their predecessors. Let’s delve into the […]

DreamWorks Animation cuts approximately 70 positions

DreamWorks Animation has recently undertaken a workforce reduction, eliminating approximately 70 positions across various departments, encompassing corporate functions, feature, television, and technology. This strategic move is part of the studio’s broader initiative to reduce costs. A spokesperson from DreamWorks Animation shared insights into the decision, stating, “DreamWorks Animation reduced its workforce by approximately 70 positions. […]