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See How The Dreamworks Logo Before Its Movies Changed Over Time

Video: Ethan Jones is back with another interesting visual breakdown of movie logos, this time focusing on DreamWorks. You know that intro sequence, where a fishing line gets dropped into the water from a boy on the moon. Here are all the variations that have popped up in DreamWorks movies since they first started using the logo in 1997.


Watch A Dad's Righteous Special Effects Turn His Kid Into An Action Hero

It’s great to have a good imagination, sure. But do you know what’s even better? Having a dad who can use special effects to put you inside all of your favourite movies and games. Awwww heck yes.


DreamWorks Dreamtab: A $300 Android Tab For Kids Full Of Cool Content

DreamWorks has teamed up with hardware manufacturer Fuhu to produce an Android tablet specifically for kids, which will be regularly updated with exclusive content from the animation studio.


Netflix To Produce Exclusive Dreamworks 3D Animation Series

Following the success of David Fincher’s House of Cards, Netflix is going to produce a new series, this time teaming up with Dreamworks Animation SKG. The series will be based in Dreamworks’ upcoming animation movie Turbo, the story of a snail that gains speed superpowers.


Hollywood-Backed iOS App Vyclone Pioneers Social Filmmaking

The video featured above was created with Vyclone, the film-making app for iPhone and iPad that launches publicly today.


Kodachrome Movie Still Going Ahead, But At 20th Century Fox

DreamWorks was the studio first interested in the script about the dead Kodachrome film, but as it turns out, the director of the movie has a contract with Fox that means they must get a first look at any scripts he takes on.


DreamWorks Is Making A Movie About The Dead Kodachrome Film

Fo’ real. You’d think making a movie about Julian Assange would keep them busy for a while, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they shelved that after the intense intimidation the movie execs would’ve felt watching him shake his ass-ange in an Icelandic nightclub.


Bad 3D Will Be The Death Of 3D

Variety recently talked to Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation, about the state of 3D film making. Katzenberg promptly released the Kraken on Clash of the Titans. Here’s why he thinks it could spell the end of 3D.


Entertainment Geekly: The Push For A 3D Cinema Revolution

3D Cinema is nothing new – It’s been around in various shapes and forms since the late 1800s with stereoscopes and multiple projectors – but 2009 is the year that we’ll really start to see films being released in 3D on a large scale, rather than just special feature events down at IMAX.

But is it the revolution that cinema seems to so desperately need, or just a not-so-cheap gimmick that is more about raising revenue and lessening piracy for the internet age?