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Submitted by darklordzor 1795d ago | news

DreamWorks Animation Announces Their Release Schedule Through 2014

Through a new press release, DreamWorks animation has announced their full line-up of animated features through the year 2014. Included is a slew of release dates and official synopsis for some of their anticipated titles (How to Train Your Dragon 2, Mr. Peabody & Sherman, and Madagascar 3). (Cinema, DreamWorks Animation, How To Train Your Dragon 2, Kung Fu Panda 2, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, Me and My Shadow, Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Puss n Boots, Rise of the Guardians, The Croods, Turbo)

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akaFullMetal  +   1795d ago
sequels, sequels, sequels, hopefully they will be good too.
JL  +   1794d ago
Eh, we'll see. The only one I'm really looking forward to is How to Train Your Dragon 2. Kung Fu Panda 2 I'll watch, but I wasn't as blown away by the first as many people seemed to have been.

There are several non-sequels there though. Mr Peabody could be interesting for nostalgia purposes. The Croods and Me and My Shadow (both original works) sound interesting. Rise of the Guardians could maybe be ok as well. Turbo sounds stupid though.
Yi-Long  +   1794d ago
I LOVED Kung Fu Panda...
... although I'm a bit skeptical about the whole 3D gimmick.

The first movie had very good choreography in the fightscenes, and I sure as hell hope they won't ruin it now with all 'towards the camera' stuff.

Never cared much for Madagascar (although the Penguins spin-off stuff is cool), so I doubt I'll see pt. 3.

Haven't seen How to Train your Dragon yet,but heard many positive things about it.
Soldierone  +   1794d ago
@Yi
How to Train your Dragon is one of the best movies ive seen in a long while, story wise. If you are going to pick just one movie to watch i highly suggest it. Even if your not into "kid" style stuff, its still a really fun movie to watch.
Yi-Long  +   1794d ago
@SoldierOne...
... yeah, it's on my 'to watch' list :)

I'm into pretty much all kinds of cinema. 1 day I can enjoy 'I saw the Devil', and the next I'll be watching a cartoon or something.
Soldierone  +   1794d ago
interesting line up. Kinda excited for some of the sequals, but more interesting in the few original films on the list than anything. I like seeing new things and thats why i pay to see new movies.
-MD-  +   1794d ago
Me and My Shadow sounds like it could be really good.

I'm really looking forward to How to Train Your Dragon 2 though. Really enjoyed the first.

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