‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Bonnie Arnold (‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’)
One of Hollywood's top producers reflects on breaking into the biz in her native Georgia, unexpectedly winding up in animation and, most recently, devoting a decade to DreamWorks Animation's blockbuster trilogy.
Oscars: Oprah Winfrey, Jason Blum and More Big Names You Might Not Know Are Nominated
Diane Warren, Scott Rudin and Gene Siskel's nephew Charlie also are up for Academy Awards for their work behind the scenes.
Inside THR’s Nominees Night Party With Bradley Cooper, Michael Keaton and More
Laura Dern, Robert Duvall, Marion Cotillard, Patricia Arquette and Common were among those who turned out for the glitzy bash Monday night at Spago.
NBR Red Carpet: Oscar Hopefuls Happy to Be in the Conversation
The directors and producers of 'The Imitation Game,' 'The Lego Movie' and 'A Most Violent Year' reveal their mindset as awards season heats up
DreamWorks Animation Shake-Up: Bonnie Arnold, Mireille Soria Replace Bill Damaschke as Production Heads
Their appointment as co-presidents of feature animation follows a tough 2014 for Jeffrey Katzenberg's company
Boston University: Hollywood’s Secret Female Training Ground
Dozens of top execs and talents call BU their alma mater, as alumnae from Geena Davis and her college roommate Nina Tassler to Nancy Dubuc gather to honor the college that puts the 'B' in showbiz
Animation Roundtable: 6 Top Filmmakers on ‘Frozen’ Lessons and Why Sequels Are “Killing” the Industry
Don't relegate these filmmakers to the kids' table, where the movie industry often forces animators to sit. Not only have their projects scored big at the box office — 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' took in $619 million worldwide, while 'The Lego Movie' collected $468 million — but they also are among the year's most inventive films. After all, they create every single frame from scratch
‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ Producer Cast Cate Blanchett During Oscars Bathroom Break
In the sequel to the successful 2010 animated feature, Blanchett voiced Valka, the protagonist's mother
Emmy Rossum to Be Honored at Carmel Film Festival
The DreamWorks team behind 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' also plans to fly in