'Mr. Peabody & Sherman' grew to fame thanks to their adventures on 'Rocky and His Friends.' Now that the duo are getting an animated feature film, it's about time their benefactors (if you will) get their share of the limelight. DreamWorks Animation announced Monday that a new 'Rocky & Bullwinkle' short will be produced for release in 2014.
Fans of the original 'Mr. Peabody and Sherman' shorts from 'Rocky and His Friends' probably won't find much to like in this new trailer for the DreamWorks animated film. But, then again, they're probably a good 50 years older than the target audience for the new 'Mr. Peabody and Sherman' movie.
'Mr. Peabody & Sherman' are perhaps known for their small screen exploits on the 60s TV series 'Rocky and His Friends' but DreamWorks is about to introduce the time-traveling duo to a whole new audience with a big-screen adventure. Today, we get a first look at the CGI-animated film starring Ty Burrell and Stephen Colbert.
When you watch the 'Turbo' trailer, realize to yourself that someone over at DreamWorks Animation decided that there was cinematic potential in the concept of racing snails, successfully pitched it and took home a paycheck as his work was painstakingly animated and rendered by a team of hard working professionals. The result? It looks like DreamWorks' attempt to grab some of that sweet, sweet 'Cars' money.
Talk about planning ahead: Twentieth Century Fox unveiled DreamWorks Animation SKG's feature film release slate for 2013 to 2016, which includes twelve CG animated films in four years – a major industry first. So now you can finally start making those March 2016 plans for 'Kung Fu Panda 3'.
From what we’re hearing, Shane Black’s ‘Iron Man 3’ isn’t the only production in Hollywood’s pipeline that is looking to China for creative and financial partnerships. DreamWorks Animation will recruit Chinese co-producers for the third installment of its ‘Kung Fu Panda’ franchise, targeting a 2016 release date.
DreamWorks is desperate for new ideas -- so desperate that they're bidding on the rights to characters under the Classic Media umbrella, the entity that controls familiar faces like He-Man, Gumby, and Voltron.
'The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show' was required viewing growing up as a kid and part of the reason it was so popular was because one of the segments was about a really smart dog and his time-traveling adventures with his owner. Now those adventures are coming to the big screen courtesy of Dreamworks Animation, and Stephen Colbert is a part of it.