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Dreamworks Animation has moved up the release date of their animated threequel, Kung Fu Panda 3 from March 18th, 2016 to January 29th, 2016.Jack Black returns to voice the dragon warrior Po the panda as he must face a supernatural threat that plans to terrorize his village in the Valley of Peace.

Captain Marvel Will Be Written by the Women Behind Guardians of the Galaxy and Inside Out Marvel Just when you’re worried about women superheroes not being handled appropriately by women filmmakers, given Michelle MacLaren’s departure from Wonder Woman, here’s some positive news.

DreamWorks Animation's Home Invades The US Box Office Get Hard jailed in secondThere was some much needed good news for beleaguered DreamWorks Animation this weekend as its latest CG ‘toon offering, alien invasion comedy Home, scored a win at the US box office, opening in first place with $54 million, according to studio estimates. The company has suffered several embarrassing write-offs in recent years and has been selling facilities and downsizing staff at a fast pace.

Weekend Box Office Report: March 27-29, 2015 Audiences go Home! Moviegoers took a trip with an animated alien this weekend, putting HOME on top at the box office with an estimated $54 million! The latest from Dreamworks Animation features voice work from Rihanna, Jim Parsons and Jennifer Lopez, and got off to a better start than their Thanksgiving release PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR, which opened with $35.4 million over that five-day holiday weekend.... Read More...

Review: 'Home': EW review Convinced humans need their help, Captain Smek (voiced by Steve Martin) leads the Boov alien race to take over Earth and relocate its inhabitants to their idea of a “happy human town,” which happens to be in Australia. But when a toothy little Boov named Oh (voiced by Jim Parsons) accidentally...A-

A Few Clips from DreamWorks Animation’s Home I thought I’d remind everyone that Home is available in cinemas starting today by, you know, grabbing a few clips from the animation and posting them on here. This first clip is called “Cat Infested Car” and that sums up exactly what you’re going to see in it. Ok, this is stupid even by DreamWorks […] Read A Few Clips from DreamWorks Animation’s Home on Filmonic.

How to Build the Most Human Characters From Interstellar at Home Even those who crossed their arms and harumphed in displeasure when the credits rolled on Interstellar have to give it up for the design team that grafted beauty and sleek design onto the 2001-echoing DNA of the movie. One of the most 2001-echoing parts was the group of monoliths, spray-painted silver and given artificial intelligence.

Review: DreamWorks Animation's 'Home' Starring Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez And Jim Parsons DreamWorks Animation, as a company, is poised at a precarious juncture. The animation studio, founded by former Disney exec Jeffrey Katzenberg and, at one point, a genuine challenger to their throne, has been crippled by a string of financial disappointments which have led to a dramatic corporate restructuring, consolidation of efforts. There is talk that, if things continue like they have, insolvency by 2019 will ensue. Last year DWA released three movies.

It’s not uncommon for R-rated movies to put out an “unrated” (and therefore sexier and/or bloodier) cut for the home video market. But Mortdecai, unconventional rogue that he is, is going the other direction. Lionsgate is releasing a PG-13 version of the Johnny Depp flop through Digital HD. You know, to reach all those ninth graders who were dying to see a 52-year-old actor play a character from the 1970s. More on the Mortdecai PG-13 release after the jump.  Forbes reports Mortdecai will be available in a few different forms this spring.

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Review: Home

JoBlo - Sun, 2015-03-22 23:17

Review: Home PLOT: Oh is an impossibly dopey alien who finds himself on the run from his own race. When he discovers a teenage girl searching for her mother - one of the many humans that Oh’s people transplanted to Australia - the two must work together to find a place they both belong. REVIEW: In the new film from DreamWorks Animation, an alien race has taken over the planet Earth, and made it their own. Yet this odd race... Read More...

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