RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

DreamWorks Animation

A collection of news and information related to DreamWorks Animation published by this site and its partners.

Top DreamWorks Animation Articles

Displaying items 56-66
  • AwesomenessTV's Big Frame Hires Larry Shapiro, Fullscreen Head of Talent (Exclusive)

    Larry Shapiro, head of talent at YouTube multichannel network Fullscreen, is jumping ship to Big Frame, the MCN now owned by DreamWorks Animation's AwesomenessTV, Variety has learned. At Big Frame, Shapiro will work with founder Sarah Penna to sign deals...
  • Self-Control is Killing Japanese Movie Prospects

    TOKYO - A predictable handful of Japanese movies each year receive regular slots in international film festivals, especially if the films are made by such established auteurs such as Hirokazu Kore'eda, or Naomie Kawase, or by mavericks Takashi Miike and...
  • SoftBank Corp. investing $250 million in Legendary Entertainment

    SoftBank Corp. is making its first investment in a Hollywood studio as the Japanese technology giant seeks to bring more content to its mobile and digital networks. The cash-flush company said Thursday that it will invest $250 million in Legendary...
  • Hillary Clinton to Headline Hollywood-Centric Fundraiser for 2014 Senate Candidates

    In what is being buzzed about as a prelude to a possible presidential run, Hillary Clinton will headline a Hollywood-centric fundraiser on Oct. 20 for Democratic Senate candidates, with Jeffrey Katzenberg and Casey Wasserman as hosts, sources said. A...
  • Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Makes $6 Million Gift to MPTF

    The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation is giving a $6 million gift to the Motion Picture and Television Fund. The money will establish The Samuel Goldwyn, Jr. Center for Behavioral Health on MPTF's Woodland Hills campus along with boosting the endowment fund at...
  • SoftBank to invest $250 million in Legendary Entertainment

    SoftBank to invest $250 million in Legendary Entertainment
    Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Corp. is investing $250 million in Legendary Entertainment, the companies said on Thursday. As part of the deal, the two firms will create a joint venture focused on digital content, particularly with audiences in China...
  • SoftBank Investing $250 Million in Legendary, Forms Joint Venture

    Japanese internet and technology giant SoftBank Corp. has closed a deal to invest $250 million in Legendary Entertainment. As part of the pact, the companies will form a joint venture designed to promote and create business opportunities for Legendary'...
  • Legendary's Deal With SoftBank Actually Worth Up to $1 Billion (EXCLUSIVE)

    Eager to lock down content for its digital platforms, SoftBank Corp. announced Thursday a $250 million investment in Legendary Entertainment and the formation of a new joint venture. The deal is far larger, Variety has learned, and could actually be worth...
  • As Theaters Boycott Netflix, Collapsed Windows Seen as Inevitable

    Major theater chains are united in their opposition to a plan by IMAX, Netflix and the Weinstein Co. to make "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend" available for streaming on the same day it hits theaters in 2015 but the question remains --...
  • Oscars Race: Australia Selects 'Charlie's Country' for Foreign-Language Contention

    Australia has selected director Rolf de Heer's Aborigine-themed "Charlie's Country" as its contender for foreign-language Academy Award contention. "Charlie's Country" was developed, written, produced and directed by de Heer, and co-developed by lead...
  • BUSAN: Festival launches Talent Incubator With China's Youku

    BUSAN - Chinese online video site Youku is to pact with the Busan festival to launch a new talent discovery program. Youku and BIFF will Saturday (Oct. 4) sign a memorandum of understanding to launch the initiative which will run from 2015 to 2017....