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How To Train Your Dragon 2

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    "Dragon 2" Soars Past $500 Million At Global Box Office

    It's official. DreamWorks Animation’s sequel becomes highest grossing animated film of the year.

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    Charlie Chaplin Shorts and 'How To Train Your Dragon 2' Playing Inaugural Hamptons Summer Family Film Festival

    The Hamptons International Film Festival will kick start the first edition of its Summer Family Film Festival with Charlie Chaplin's "The Rink."

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    Animation 2014: While The Mouse’s Away, The Rest Will Play

    For the first time in almost two decades, Luxor Jr., the beloved hopping desk lamp that announces the beginning of a new Pixar adventure, will not see the light. With Pixar out of the picture and Disney having only one important release, 2014, seems like an open field for everyone else to play witho...

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    Immersed in Movies: DreamWorks Demos New Apollo Platform

    DreamWorks Animation unveiled its new Apollo software platform with How to Train Your Dragon 2, and I got an in-depth presentation last month at the Redwood City campus. Taking advantage of Intel’s multi-core technology and its own hybrid cloud computing resources, DreamWorks has come up with a nex...

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    BOI WEEKLY: International Box Office..."Transformers" Runs Roughshod Over All Comers

    "Transformers: Age Of Extinction" crossed the $400 million barrier this weekend with an enormous $95.8 million take, crushing the competition yet again. The film easily outdistanced two family titles, "How To Train Your Dragon 2" and "Maleficent".

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    Contrary to Popular Belief, Hiccup and Toothless Have Not Killed DreamWorks

    Reading the news, you would think that DreamWorks Animation was preparing for a visit to the morgue. Nothing could be further from the truth however; DWA remains in business and HTTYD 2 has begun its long commercial life. So it didn't make a profit on the first weekend. The first film didn't either ...

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    Box-Office: Kevin Hart’s ‘Think Like A Man Too’ Is #1, 'Jersey Boys' Can't Hit Any Strong Notes

    Every trade will tell you the success of “Think Like A Man Too” is because of social media buzz. I just thought it was a little guy named Kevin Hart and an audience that is constantly underserved. I’m going to go with the latter. Hart is one of the biggest African-American stars in the world right n...

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    DreamWorks Animation Acquires Classic Toon 'Felix the Cat'

    The problem is that publicly-held DreamWorks Animation's fortunes rise and fall with each individual release. When "Mr. Peabody" disappoints overseas, the company takes a $57-million write-down. So under pressure to diversify in order to improve DreamWorks Animation's financial performance, Katzenbe...

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    Career Watch: Jonah Hill Is King of the Box Office

    With Jonah Hill’s involvement in both of the sequels that opened as the No. 1 and 2 highest-grossing titles this past weekend, "22 Jump Street" and "How to Train Your Dragon 2," the actor has earned the right at age 30 to be proclaimed not just one of Hollywood’s most coveted court jesters but als...

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    Box-Office: ‘22 Jump Street’ Is The 2nd Highest R-Rated Comedy Opening Ever With $60 Million

    There’s been talk of a slow box-office this year. Indeed as of early June, despite big grosses for “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” “Godzilla” and “X-Men: Days Of Future Past,” the box-office was down 12% from 2013. And it has been relatively soft: Tom Cruise’s “Edge Of Tomorrow” vehicle failed to open h...

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