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  • DreamWorks Animation appoints new chief financial officer

    DreamWorks Animation has appointed a new chief financial officer, in the latest in a series of management changes at the Glendale studio. Fazal Merchant, a former executive at DirecTV and Barclays Capital,  has been tapped as the company's finance...
  • DreamWorks Animation in talks to sell to Japan's SoftBank

    DreamWorks Animation in talks to sell to Japan's SoftBank
    DreamWorks Animation, the studio behind the "Shrek," "Kung Fu Panda" and "Madagascar" movies, is in talks to sell the company to Japanese telecommunications firm SoftBank Corp., according to a person  familiar with the talks. Jeffrey Katzenberg, chief...
  • DreamWorks Animation sale could help it at box office, analysts say

    DreamWorks Animation has evolved from a fledgling studio into a $700-million-a-year multimedia powerhouse, but Wall Street analysts said Sunday that the proposed acquisition by Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank Corp. could help the studio weather...
  • Japan's SoftBank in talks to buy DreamWorks: source

    Japan's SoftBank in talks to buy DreamWorks: source
    Japan's SoftBank Corp is in talks to acquire DreamWorks Animation SKG , the Hollywood studio behind the "Shrek" and "Madagascar" movie hits, a person with knowledge of the situation said. An acquisition of DreamWorks by SoftBank would make it part of a...
  • If Katzenberg leaves, what's to become of DreamWorks Animation?

    If Katzenberg leaves, what's to become of DreamWorks Animation?
    Few executives in Hollywood are as closely associated with their companies as Jeffrey Katzenberg is with DreamWorks Animation. Katzenberg, 63, founded the company with Steven Spielberg and David Geffen in 1994 and oversaw construction of its Tuscan-...
  • '22 Jump Street' and 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' battle for No. 1

    '22 Jump Street' and 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' battle for No. 1
    A summer sequel showdown kicks off this weekend as Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum race Toothless  the dragon for the top of the box-office charts. Two new movies -- "22 Jump Street," from Columbia Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, and DreamWorks...
  • Hollywood is looking to cash in on summer blockbusters

    Hollywood's studios have some good news as the summer movie season kicks into high gear: Business is up. The movie industry is on track to beat last year's box-office record. The Memorial Day weekend's blockbuster opening of "X-Men: Days of Future Past"...
  • Netflix to debut 'DreamWorks Dragons' in 2015

    Netflix to debut 'DreamWorks Dragons' in 2015
    Netflix will add "DreamWorks Dragons," a cartoon based on the "How to Train Your Dragon" films, to its growing roster of children's shows. "DreamWorks Dragons" will premiere on Netflix in spring 2015. It is the second show DreamWorks Animation is making...
  • DreamWorks Animation at 20

    DreamWorks Animation at 20
    Still recovering from jet lag after a three-day trip to Australia, India and China, Jeffrey Katzenberg sat in a courtyard next to a duck pond at the Mediterranean-style campus dotted with oaks and olive trees. The legendary Hollywood mogul, who...
  • DreamWorks Animation takes $57-million write-down on 'Mr. Peabody'

    DreamWorks Animation takes $57-million write-down on 'Mr. Peabody'
    DreamWorks Animation said it would take a $57-million write-down for its latest animated movie "Mr. Peabody & Sherman" in response to the movie's weak box office performance. The write-down contributed to a net loss of $42.9 million, or $0.51 per share,...
  • DreamWorks Animation takes $57-million write-down for 'Mr. Peabody'

    DreamWorks Animation takes $57-million write-down for 'Mr. Peabody'
    DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. said it took a $57-million write-down for its latest animated feature, "Mr. Peabody & Sherman," after the movie's weak box-office performance. The write-down contributed to the Glendale studio's net loss of $42.9 million,...