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DreamWorks Animation Unveils N.J. Theme Park Plans Amid Protests From NFL’s Giants, Jets

UPDATED: The company is providing its characters and creative input for a giant retail mall and theme park development in the Meadowlands.

DreamWorks Animation Posts Falling Net Income and Revenue

Per-share profit is below expectations and the stock falls as much as 8 percent in after-hours trading.

DreamWorks Animation Beats Quarterly Expectations But Stock Falters

UPDATED: Kung Fu Panda 2 leads the quarter, thanks to $498 million at the foreign box office.

Mike Myers Welcomes Baby Boy

The "Austin Powers" star becomes a first-time dad with wife Kelly Tisdale.

Cineplex: 3D Movies Performing Better With Canadians Than Americans

Cineplex CEO Ellis Jacob: “We are seeing continued strength in 3D, and our performance compared to the U.S. is much stronger."

DreamWorks Animation Stock Rises on Solid Earnings

UPDATED: "The Hangover Part II" is to blame for weak domestic box office results for "Kung Fu Panda 2," says CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg.

Film Industry, Led By Electronic Delivery, Will Grow in Every Category Through 2015: Report (Exclusive)

Netflix and other streamers, as well as 3D, Blu-ray, kiosks and cinema advertising will each do their part to make sure the film industry prospers domestically and worldwide for the next several years, according to PwC.

DreamWorks Animation Retreats on Film Output Plan

CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg tells analysts that the studio will address previously stated goal of releasing three CG-animated films a year, every other year, playing it by ear.

Russian Box Office Passes $1 Billion for the First Time

Rapid spread of 3D format in Russia/CIS credited with 43% hike in revenues in 2010.

‘Avatar,’ 3D Boost Record-breaking Year for Overseas Box Office

Studio estimates show offshore box office for the six Hollywood majors will total $12.7 billion, up almost 20% from 2009's former record of $10.7 billion.

‘Inception’ Easily Tops DVD, Blu-ray Sales Charts

Warner Home Video’s Inception flew off retail shelves its first week in stores, displacing Summit Entertainment’s Eclipse as the top-selling disc for the week ending Dec. 12.

Often-Ignored Animation Editors Looking to Boost Profile

Some awards shows, including the International Animated Film Society's Annies, don't offer editing as a category, which one industry insider calls an "oversight."