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  2. DreamWorks

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    Official Site of DreamWorks Animation. For 25 years, DreamWorks Animation has considered itself and its characters part of your family.

  3. About | DreamWorks

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    Home to some of the world’s most beloved franchises including Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, Trolls, The Boss Baby, The Croods and How to Train Your Dragon, DreamWorks Animation creates award-winning films for a global audience. Dedicated to helping families dream and laugh together, DreamWorks’ incredible cast of artists, storytellers, engineers and innovators have created 36 breathtaking animated feature films in the last 25 years, generating more than $15 billion at the global box ...

  4. DreamWorks Animation - Wikipedia

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    DreamWorks Animation LLC ( DWA, also known as DreamWorks Animation Studios and simply known as DreamWorks) is an American animation studio that produces animated films and television programs and is a subsidiary of Universal Pictures, a division of NBCUniversal, which is itself a division of Comcast.

  5. All Dreamworks Animation Movies - IMDb

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    Dreamworks (40) Cgi Animation (35) Computer Animation (34) Male Protagonist (32) 3 Dimensional (26) Furry (26) Slimehouse (26) Shrekcore (25) 3d (21) Altered Version Of Studio Logo (20) Talking Animal (20) Friendship (17) Anthropomorphic Animal (16) Cult Film (16) Character Name In Title (15) Dreamworks Animation (15) Studio Logo Segues Into Film (15) Blockbuster (14)

  6. DreamWorks Animation @Dreamworks · Jan 24 Wishes do come true. Thank you @TheAcademy for honoring #PussInBoots: The Last Wish with the nomination for Best Animated Film! Congratulations to Joel Crawford and the entire cast and crew! Experience it in theaters now, watchpussinboots.com 72 782 4,123 DreamWorks Animation @Dreamworks · Jan 23

  7. DreamWorks Animation | Dreamworks Animation Wiki | Fandom

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    DreamWorks Animation, L.L.C. (more commonly known as DreamWorks Animation or simply DreamWorks) is an American animation studio that is a subsidiary of Universal Studios, a division of Comcast through its wholly owned subsidiary NBCUniversal.

  8. DreamWorks Pictures - Wikipedia

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    DreamWorks Pictures (also known as DreamWorks SKG and formerly DreamWorks Studios, commonly referred to as DreamWorks) is an American film company and distribution label of Amblin Partners. It was originally founded on October 12, 1994 as a live-action film studio by Steven Spielberg , Jeffrey Katzenberg , and David Geffen (together, SKG ), of which they owned 72%.

  9. DreamWorks Animation - Audiovisual Identity Database - CLG Wiki

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    DreamWorks Animation has produced a series of computer-animated films, including Shrek, Shark Tale, Madagascar, Over the Hedge, Bee Movie, Kung Fu Panda, Monsters vs. Aliens, How to Train Your Dragon, and Megamind, among others. It was formed by the merger of the feature animation division of DreamWorks Pictures and Pacific Data Images (PDI).

  10. DreamWorks Animation | History, Movies, TV Shows, & Facts

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    DreamWorks Animation, American entertainment company producing animated feature films, original TV series and shorts, interactive media, live entertainment, theme park attractions, and consumer products. It is based in Glendale, California.

  11. All 43 DreamWorks Animation Movies Ranked - Rotten Tomatoes

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    All 43 DreamWorks Animation Movies Ranked. DreamWorks Animation’s first movie was Antz, released two months before A Bug’s Life, and thus this studio was born into incessant comparison to Pixar’s output, molded by it, becoming the snarky and sarcastic foil to its competitor’s earnestness. DreamWorks Animation would forge most of its identity and formula on the back of one giant, smelly, green ogre: Shrek, which has generated sequels, tie-ins, theme park rides, and billions of dollars ...