Women in Entertainment 2010 - Power 100 List
Globe’s masterful marketing skills helped How to Train Your Dragon gross nearly $500 million worldwide and the November entry Megamind top the domestic box office during its first two weeks of release. Then there was the final chapter in the Shrek franchise, Shrek Forever After, which became the company’s highest-grossing international release with $735 million. Although DWA’s myriad projects require Globe — who has worked on all four Shreks during her 14 years at the company — to be a juggler at work, she’s more of a dancer at home. “I have a little dance barre in my house,” says the executive, who also has taken 15 years of tap classes.
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