Troll dolls haven’t been relevant since the mid-’90s or so, but DreamWorks Animation announced last year that they were determined to bring back the fluffy-haired, jewel-bellied beasts. Now they’ve found just the people to do it. Mike Mitchell (Shrek Forever After) is set to direct Anna Kendrick in the musical franchise-starter Trolls. Show More Summary
There is a puzzlingly extensive history in computer-animated films (especially sequels) of stories about confronting the perils of fatherhood. From Ice Age: Dawn Of The Dinosaurs and Shrek Forever After to Finding Nemo and this year’s Mr. Show More Summary
It has been four years since the not-so-jolly green ogre Shrek (Mike Myers) has romped through a fairy-tale land in Shrek Forever After. Now we’re hearing we might not have to wait an additional four years to see the beloved Shrek and...Show More Summary
Reporting for another day of duty, Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton arrived in Central Park this afternoon (June 27) to work on their new film “The Other Woman.” The “Shrek Forever After” babe carried a brass knuckles iPhone case as she shot scenes with her gorgeous costars in the picturesque Manhattan green space. Meanwhile, Ms. Show More Summary
Oscar-nominated Shane Acker (9; pictured) will direct Reel FX’s currently untitled CG animation, based on the Dark Horse Comics series by Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson, Deadline reports. Darren Lemke (Turbo, Shrek Forever After) is adapting the “Beasts Of Burden” project, about a team of fearless four-legged “Watch Dogs” who investigate parananormal activities in the [...]
Check out the free interview with Veteran Entertainment Industry Concept Designer, Nathan Fowkes on Schoolism.com. His credits include projects such as The Prince of Egypt, The Road to El Dorado, Spirit, Shrek Forever After, How to Train Your Dragon, The Legend of Puss in Boots and many more! He has worked for studios such as Blue Sky, Digital Domain, Disney and others.
Currently the highest-grossing DreamWorks Animation title of all time internationally is Shrek Forever After, which racked up $513.9M. With holidays in the UK, Germany, and other markets continuing to perform well with Madagascar 3:Show More Summary
Since co-writing Shrek Forever After a few years ago, Darren Lemke‘s built himself a nice career adapting classic kid-friendly fare into big-screen features. He’s one of the scribes behind the fairy tale retelling Jack the Giant Killer and has worked on reinterpretations of both The Nutcracker and The Wizard of Oz. Outside of the fairyland, [...]
Take cover folks...genetically altered bugs are being hatched in the form of JITTERS... According to THR, Paramount has tapped director Mike Mitchell - the filmmaker behind such untouchables as SHREK FOREVER AFTER and ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS:...Show More Summary
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Particularly in light of how disappointing both Shrek The Third and Shrek Forever After were, Puss in Boots is a revelation that could easily start a popular franchise all its own. Between last year?s How To Train Your Dragon and surprisingly...Show More Summary
Have you guys seen Shrek Forever After? (Don’t worry; I’m going somewhere with this.) So after the first three Shrek movies, the once-disruptive ogre has settled down into quiet, prosperous family life. But the problem with his quiet, prosperous family life is that it’s boring. Shrek misses his old, wild days of being untamed and terrifying. [...]
For Summer 2011, Stussy worked on a series of t-shirts with animator JJ Villard. A graduate of CalArts, JJ has worked on huge Hollywood films such as Shrek the Third, Shrek Forever After and Monsters vs. Aliens before landing his current gig at Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. JJ’s personal work is drastically different from the high [...]
The Tribeca Film Festival has always been an adventuresome place to visit on opening night. Few major festivals outside Cannes can claim to have hosted such a broad range of popcorn prospects (Speed Racer, Shrek Forever After), midsize...Show More Summary
DreamWorks Animation had good news and a bigger dose of bad news in its fourth quarter, as strong DVD sales for "How to Train Your Dragon" were reported alongside a disappointing DVD release for "Shrek Forever After" and a weak...
1. "The Karate Kid" ($18.8 million) 2. "The A-Team" ($9.7 million) 3. "Shrek Forever After" ($4.4 million) 4. "Get Him to the Greek" ($3.3 million) 5. "Killers" ($2.8 million) Hannibal Smith, Faceman Peck, B.A. Baracus and Howling Mad Murdock entered the box office arena this weekend without a Plan B — and it could prove to be their undoing, as [...]
Three weeks in a row in the top spot at the box office is great news for the folks behind Shrek Forever After, but not for the material it's up against, particularly films that have debuted in Shrek's second and third week out. Even worse, Forever After isn't doing too hot as compared to its predecessors. Show More Summary
You know things have gotten bad when America would rather see the fourth Shrek movie on its third week of release than four brand spanking new offerings, but the summer doldrums have persisted into June, with Shrek Forever After winning the weekend with $25.3 million, easily outpacing the also-rans. Show More Summary
No, this isn't a hoax like yesterday's McRibbles reports. McDonald's, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, has announced a voluntary recall of their Shrek Forever After Collectible Drinking Glasses because of a risk of exposure to cadmium. Show More Summary
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with McDonald's Corp, today announced the recall of about 12 million “Shrek Forever After 3D” Collectable Drinking Glasses because the designs on the glasses contain cadmiu...