Jeffrey Katzenberg confidant and veteran executive joins network following Licata’s October departure
DreamWorks has picked up the next project from director Colin Trevorrow and co-writer Derek Connolly
DWA recovers from lows, but still ends Friday down $1.64 from prior day’s close
DWA was down nearly $3 per share within the first 10 minutes
The layoffs are part of a studio-wide initiative to cut operating costs
The Coast Guard thriller will open on the Oct. 9 date originally set for the family film, which is pushed to 2016
This year will be off around 5 percent from 2013’s record-breaker, but most studios have made money on their films
The executive previously held communications positions at Walt Disney Studios, Paramount Pictures, Fox and AMPAS
China’s richest man is meeting with executives at Fox, Sony, Relativity and Lionsgate
The animated film will be directed by Tom McGrath
Rossum will receive a breakthrough award at upcoming event for her performance in “You’re Not You”
Industry executive will replace Larry Wasserman, who left DreamWorks for CFO role at Skydance Productions
The class action suit alleges the companies sought to suppress wages by agreeing not to poach each other’s workers
Rupert Sanders is directing the film, which is based on the popular Japanese manga
Inspiration for the line comes from original scripted YouTube series “Life’s S.o.Rad,” featuring top teen influencers
‘Kingsman’ creator Mark Millar recalls Bond movies of old while ‘The Maze Runner’ director Wes Ball brings more stakes to the young adult medium
Tom Hanks and Mark Rylance are set to star in DreamWorks and 20th Century Fox’s Cold War thriller
The actress, who is Bono’s daughter, will play Hanks’ daughter in DreamWorks’ Cold War thriller
Netflix is adding the DreamWorks Animation project to its slate of original programming
"Lincoln" shows two Connecticut congressmen voting against the 13th Amendment outlawing slavery — but all four of the state's representatives voted "yea"
"Silver Linings Playbook" author Matthew Quick has written a manuscript titled "The Good Luck of RIght Now"
Script problems pushed Spielberg to go back to the drawing board with futuristic thriller "Robopocalypse"
Steven Spielberg and DreamWorks optioned one of the scripts, while another comes from Joss Whedon's brother Zack
His donation, on the heels of a $200 million donation in 2002, makes Geffen the largest individual donor to UCLA and to any single UC...
"Harry Potter" producer David Heyman will produce the adaptation of the novel, which DreamWorks is looking to purchase
Analysis: Contenders "Lincoln" and "Life of Pi" build awards momentum as they reap unexpected gains at the box office
Laura Linney is in talks to join Benedict Cumberbatch in DreamWorks “Untitled Julian Assange WikiLeaks Project"