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The Dreamworks film Shark Tale was panned by critics but was a box-office success with fans garnering $ 367, 275, 019, nearly five times its budget.
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The film was released by Dreamworks, with Craig Gillespie ( of Lars and the Real Girl ) having directed from a script by cult favorite Buffy the Vampire Slayer writer Marti Noxon.
Marder also co-wrote the Dreamworks film Bee Movie, with Seinfeld, Spike Feresten, and Andy Robin, which was released on November 2, 2007.
* In the Dreamworks film Puss In Boots, Little Boy Blue is an orphan who grew up with the title character in an orphanage.
Gorillaz were a virtual band for which Hewlett reportedly received a " big money " offer from Dreamworks for the film rights.
Dreamworks launched a $ 10 million marketing campaign for the movie that was centered on the appeal of Biggs and Ricci to attract a teenage audience to the film.
As has become common with Allen ’ s films, it performed better overseas, grossing $ 10. 3 million, but could not make back its $ 18 million shooting budget or the $ 10 million Dreamworks spent marketing the film.
Koch also played the voice of the " Australian Newsreader " in the 2009 Dreamworks film, Monsters vs. Aliens.
The Guardian indicates that Spielberg's Dreamworks production company paid $ 250, 000 to Nasseri for rights to his story and report that as of 2004 he carried a poster advertising Spielberg's film draping his suitcase next to his bench.
But when the film was released on DVD by Warner Home Video in 2000, and by Dreamworks Home Entertainment SKG in 2005, this was replaced with ' For He's a Jolly Good Fellow ' to avoid copyright infringements.
Among Badelt's most critically celebrated scores are the Chinese fantasy film The Promise and Dreamworks ' remake of The Time Machine, the latter which earned him the Discovery of the Year Award at the World Soundtrack Awards 2003.
He had written a script for War of the Worlds a year before production of the film, and upon learning that Dreamworks were making their own War of the Worlds film, The Asylum soon began production.
Since then, the song has become popular as the theme song of the Dreamworks Animation film series, Madagascar.
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Dreamworks ' commercial success continued with three Shrek sequels, Shark Tale, Madagascar, Over the Hedge, Bee Movie, Kung Fu Panda, Monsters vs. Aliens, and How to Train Your Dragon.
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According to a 2001 article in Variety, Dreamworks paid US $ 2. 6 million to acquire the rights to the novel from Warner Bros. for a proposed movie version starring and / or directed by Ben Stiller, although production was never begun.
Based on the commercial success of Pixar's computer-generated animated films and other CGI fare ( especially Dreamworks ' Shrek, which contained numerous jabs at Katzenberg's former workplace and boss ), Disney came to believe that CGI was what the public wanted — so it ceased producing traditional two-dimensional animation after Home on the Range, and switched exclusively to CGI starting with 2005's Chicken Little.
The second season was scheduled to be released a few months later, but it was pulled from Paramount Pictures ' release schedule shortly after the company's merger with Dreamworks.
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius was nominated for the first Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, but lost to Shrek, released by Dreamworks.
In 1974, NYIT ’ s Computer Graphics Lab ( CGL ) was established and attracted the likes of: Pixar Animation Studios President Edwin Catmull and co-founder Alvy Ray Smith ; Walt Disney Feature Animation Chief Scientist Lance Joseph Williams ; Dreamworks animator Hank Grebe ; and Netscape and Silicon Graphics founder Jim Clark.
After his contract was up at Dreamworks, De Luca signed a production deal with Sony and started his own production company, Michael De Luca Productions.
The single " Hang On " was featured in the 2003 Universal Pictures, Dreamworks Pictures, and Imagine Entertainment movie " The Cat In The Hat ( 2003 Film ).
The response was so overwhelming that Roth took the tape to his very first meeting at Dreamworks, and gave it to an executive to give to Steven Spielberg.
This album was set for release in June 2000, but it was delayed because Dreamworks wanted to test Carter's fan base before releasing the album in order to ensure its success.
A Dreamworks executive who enjoyed her work called to invite her to participate as an illustrator for their movie Antz, for which GrandPré was involved with creating some of the landscapes.
From 1997 to 2000, he was employed by Dreamworks as the Director of Screenplay Development under producers Mark Johnson and Elizabeth Cantillon.
After a warm welcoming from the rock community and a large outpouring of support, Pressure 4-5 was quickly signed to Dreamworks Records in 2000, where they released their only full-length album, Burning The Process, in autumn the following year.
She was eventually discovered and signed by Soulshock, from the famous writing and production duo Soulshock & Karlin, to Soulpower / Dreamworks Records.
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The three contenders for first honoree in this award were both CGI feature films: Shrek, by Dreamworks, Monsters, Inc., by Disney and Pixar, and Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, by Nickelodeon and Paramount.
She also appeared as a main cast in the 2005 television miniseries Into the West produced by Steven Spielberg and Dreamworks.
The company's first traditional comic series, 30 Days of Night, created by Steve Niles & Ben Templesmith started a seven-figure bidding war between Dreamworks, MGM and Senator International, with Senator winning and Sam Raimi attached to produce.
Signed by record executive Lenny Waronker to Dreamworks in 1999, Louise released her critically acclaimed CD Sometimes a Circle on Dreamworks in 2002.
Blackley left the company in late 1995 with designer Austin Grossman, and both were hired by Dreamworks Interactive to create Jurassic Park: Trespasser.
Into the West is a 2005 miniseries produced by Steven Spielberg and Dreamworks, with six two-hour episodes ( including commercials ).
Movie rights are owned by Dreamworks, which has co-opted the producers of Wagner's A History of Violence.