Jay Baruchel loved providing the voice of Hiccup in the DreamWorks trilogy, but says its time has now run out.
Anger is continuing to brew in the Far East around new DreamWorks animation movie Abominable, over a scene featuring a map with the disputed 'nine-dash line' in the South China Sea.
The DreamWorks animated movie Abominable has been pulled from cinemas in Vietnam because it features a scene with a map in which disputed territory with China is shown.
Star names, a potent premise and two thirds finished – but what happened to animated feature B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations that will probably never be released?
DreamWorks Animation is moving forward on a sequel to its box office hit “The Boss Baby” and dated the film for March 26, 2021. Alec Baldwin is returning to voice the title character with Universal Pictures distributing. The sequel brings back the creative team from the sleeper hit for a new adventure based on award-winning... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/film/news/boss-baby-2-alec-baldwin-1202445050/" title="Read ‘Boss Baby 2’ Dated for March 2021 With Alec Baldwin Returning">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
It’s been three years since ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2,’ and quite some time since we’ve heard anything regarding the planned third instalment – but if actor Jay Baruchel’s words are anything to go by, ‘How To Train Your Dragon 3’ should be well worth the wait. The 34-year old Canadian actor, who voiced awkward young Viking hero Hiccup in both the existing Dreamworks Animation films as well as several short films and the TV spin-off shows ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk’ and ‘Dragons: Race to the Edge,’ tells Joblo that work is well underway on the next full-length feature.
DreamWorks Animation and their new parent company Universal have axed the planned sequel to the 2013 animated hit, Variety reports. Sources close to the film stress that ‘The Croods 2’ is not a casualty of Universal’s takeover of DreamWorks Animation, saying the decision had already been made but was only made official this past week. Sequels to other existing DreamWorks Animation franchises are still said to be on the cards, including a fifth ‘Shrek’ and a third ‘How to Train Your Dragon.’ Universal are also said to be working on a live-action ‘Voltron’ movie, a project developed by DWA.
From time to time it’s good to see Hollywood’s elite prove they’re just as human as the rest of us, so Justin Timberlake shedding a tear is just what we needed, right? 2016 saw him star in DreamWorks’ animated hit ‘Trolls’ as well as write and perform the soundtrack song Can’t Stop the Feeling! as he assumed the film’s music executive producer credit too. “True Colours [is] a beautiful song, and it’s a huge emotional moment in the film,” he said.
Six years after we said goodbye to Mike Myers’ flatulent ogre and his colourful fairy tale world, it looks like we’re finally set to go back to the swamp.
Disney’s deal with DreamWorks is coming to an end, according to sources, with Steven Spielberg (one of its founders) set to become a more prominent part of Universal. The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that the distribution deal between Spielberg’s DreamWorks and the Walt Disney Company will see the ‘Jurassic Park’ director pocket tens of million of dollars from ‘Jurassic World’, as a hands-on executive producer, and will play a similar part for its sequel. It seems that a couple of future projects might now align themselves with different distributors rather than Disney, including the Emily Blunt-starring ‘The Girl on the Train’ and the highly anticipated ‘Ghost in the Shell’ live-action movie with Scarlett Johansson.