With the company set to report earnings in a couple of weeks, analysts are divided over whether the movie will lose money
The studio took a $13.5 million impairment charge on "Turbo"
Investors will still be high on DreamWorks Animation if "Mr. Peabody and Sherman" fails at the box office
The company is broadening its strategy to avoid an over-reliance on box office
DreamWorks Animation reorganized how it will report its financial results, placing its library under the feature film department.
A nearly $12 million No. 1 debut in France helps push worldwide total for Warner Bros.' 3D space epic to $365 million
The studio passes the milestone for the fifth straight year. "Turbo" opens on top in the U.K., France and Spain
DWA topper says the movie will make its money back overseas
Analyst says that U.S. moviegoers are getting choosier when it comes to the format
Its $86M foreign opening is the franchise's best, but the $55M No. 1 domestic debut could be lowest ever for an "X-Men" movie
Analysts remain cautiously optimistic given DreamWorks Animation’s broader corporate strategy
Minions pass the original overseas as "Turbo" and "Pacific Rim" show promise
Ryan Reynolds-Jeff Bridges ghost tale bombs with $12.7M; "Turbo" blown away by "Despicable Me 2'
Low-budget horror film takes in $17M Friday; "R.I.P.D" is DOA and "Turbo" can't get untracked
"Turbo" is more than a movie -- it's a TV show, a video game, a marketing campaign and, above all, a brand
DreamWorks Animation's racing snail tale debuts with $5.6M in crowded field of family films
That's giving it an edge over other three wide openers "Red 2," "Turbo" and "R.I.P.D."
DreamWorks Animation's 3D race-car spoof opens Wednesday and follows hits "Despicable Me 2" and "Monsters U"
How different is a snail hero who longs to be a racer from a rodent who longs to be a chef (“Ratatouille”) or building up...
Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson and a host of other stars voice characters in the animated movie
Analysis: The studio is dominating the family market this spring with the DreamWorks Animation hit and Blue Sky's "Epic" on the way
Fox teases "Epic" and an upcoming reinvention of "Peanuts"
Maya Rudolph, Bill Hader and Richard Jenkins also star in racing film