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    Spielberg Starts Tom Hanks Cold War Spy Thriller

    Steven Spielberg has started principal photography will shoot on location in New York and Berlin on his “Untitled Cold War Spy Thriller,” written by Joel and Ethan Coen from an original script by Matt Charman, and starring Tom Hanks, Mark Rylance, Amy Ryan and Alan Alda.

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    TV Exec Michael Wright to Replace Departing DreamWorks Chief Stacey Snider in January

    A pressing question in Hollywood has been what happens after Stacey Snider leaves DreamWorks (and its financing partner Reliance and distributor Disney) for Fox. Well, Steven Spielberg has found a replacement for his departing DreamWorks chief executive. Michael Wright, who last month left his gig a...

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    Participant Joins DreamWorks' Spielberg Cold War Thriller and 'The Light Between Oceans'

    Social action producer Participant Media and DreamWorks Studios have partnered six times, including two Oscar contenders, Tate Taylor's "The Help" and Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln." So it's no surprise that Participant is joining DreamWorks on two upcoming films that will start filming next month. ...

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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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    As DreamWorks Preps Next Chapter, Spielberg's Next Two Pics Land Release Dates (UPDATED)

    It looks like we finally have some answers as to what Steven Spielberg is directing next, thanks to an announcement from DreamWorks laying out the release dates for his next project. (UPDATE)

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    Should We Pay More for Content Based on Screen Size? Not a Chance

    Why DreamWorks Animation chief Jeffrey Katzenberg is wrong when he says that people will pay more based on the size of the digital screen.

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    WATCH: New Trailer Swoops In for 'How to Train Your Dragon 2'

    A new trailer has arrived for "How to Train Your Dragon 2," which takes flight in theaters June 20 and could be a welcome respite from all the more typical superhero/tentpole fare we've got coming up this summer. Watch below.

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    WATCH: DreamWorks Animator Makes Hilarious and Adorable Mini Action Movies Starring His Toddler

    Having a DreamWorks animator for a dad must be pretty cool. Especially when that dad is creative enough to turn his toddler's playtime into mini-action movies, complete with light sabers that destroy toy store shelves, a grapple gun that gets you stuck on the ceiling, and a building block hyperdrive...

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    Chinese Animation

    As Hollywood looks for new sources of revenue, studios are eager to capitalize on China's silver screen ambitions. China's film industry showed impressive gains for 2013, generating $3.6 billion in box office revenue, a 27% gain compared to 2012.

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    Animation Oscar Race: Why 'The Croods' Is 'Frozen''s Only Real Challenger (FEATURETTE)

    In the Oscar animation arena, competition is fierce. The conventional wisdom has $500-million global smash "Frozen," Disney's best princess musical since "Beauty and the Beast," leading the pack by a good distance. Its strongest competitor, caveman family comedy "The Croods," comes from Jeffrey Katz...

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