BURBANK, CA – The Walt Disney Studios, DreamWorks Studios and IMAX Corporation (NASDAQ: IMAX; TSX: IMX) announced today that two of DreamWorks’ 2011 Touchstone Pictures releases,
DreamWorks has put the final pieces in place for its 2011 feature slate, which co-chair and CEO Stacey Snider said now solidly represents the newly rebooted studio's approach to "elevated genre."
In an unusual move, Steven Spielberg will have two films opening just days apart over the 2011 Christmas holiday -- WWI drama "War Horse" and motion capture 3D pic "The Adventures of Tintin: The Se
DreamWorks Studios has gone from a dead stop to flat-out gallop: It has six films in production this summer, all eyeing 2011 bows.
Callan McAuliffe has joined the cast of "I Am Number Four." Thesp will play the role of Sam, who becomes a friend and ally to the title character.
Sharlto Copley has dropped out of the DreamWorks pic "I Am Number Four" and has been replaced by "Justified" star Timothy Olyphant.
Kevin Durand has landed the role of the villain in the D.J. Caruso helmed pic "I Am Number Four" and is in early negotiations to join Hugh Jackman in the pic "Real Steel".
Kevin Durand, best known for his villainous turn as a cold-blooded mercenary on ABC’s “Lost,” is in negotiations to book back-to-back roles in a pair of DreamWorks sci-fi movies.
Dianna Agron, one of the stars of red-hot Fox series “Glee,” has nabbed the female romantic lead in “I Am Number Four,” DreamWorks’ adaptation of the upcoming young-adult science-fiction book by Ja
Teresa Palmer is learning to count for "I Am Number Four," DreamWorks' adaptation of the upcoming young-adult science fiction book by James Frey and Jobie Hughes. D.J. Caruso is directing.