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Holy Jumping Penguins

THE PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR ARE GETTING THIER OWN MOVIE!!

However I must be really slow because I JUST got the news although Dreamworks announced the movie back in May… No news yet on what the movie is going to be about but it will center more on the TV show universe rather than the Madagascar movie universe.

The movie is due to hit theaters in June 2012… Well now I know what I’ll be doing for my 18th birthday :P

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DreamWorks SKG (Logo Music) by John Williams

Which 2D hand-drawn animated movie from Dreamworks gets the most fandom, the most cult following, and the most fan art ever for a 2D hand-drawn animated Dreamworks movie? The Prince of Egypt or The Road to El Dorado or Spirit Stallion of the Cimmarron or Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas?
A has been published on GamersFTW

A has been published on GamersFTW - http://bit.ly/1EABIxA - Reliance Games today announced Real Steel Champions is now available for Android. Based on the popular movie title franchise and the latest in a series of hit Real Steel games from Reliance and DreamWorks SKG, Real Steel Champions features the most comprehensive and customizable Build-a-Robot… #iPhone/Android, #News

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DreamWorks head of Character Animation Rex Grignon's The art of Madagascar 3 book autograph on top and more Café Class Sketches. http://calebeshetu.blogspot.ca/

So I wanna send a business letter to Dreamworks...

IT’s a school assignment, and I ended up writing to Dreamworks to both compliment them on Rise of the Guardians,, but also to express disappointment over the rather AWFUL AWFUL DVD cover design that they chose…does anyone have any idea where I should send it (because why not, who knows, someone might get it.) I know that Dreamworks SKG is based in Redwood City from when I googled it, but I was wondering if there’s possibly anywhere more specific I should look up?

Cavalo de Guerra

o enredo do filme se passa com um garoto e o seu cavalo. o garoto está presente da vida do cavalo desde o nascimento, pois era de uma fazenda vizinha a sua. o vizinho leiloa o cavalo e o pai do garoto compra pra usar na lavoura, apesar de saber que ele não serviria para isso, chegando em casa com o cavalo, o garoto o reconhece e se encanta por ele. com muito esforço e carinho o garoto consegue treinar o cavalo para função na qual o pai dele havia o comprado. com o início da guerra, com a perda da plantação e sem dinheiro para pagar as dívidas, o pai do garoto acaba vendendo para um oficial militar onde o cavalo vai para guerra. então a história entra naquela expectativa se os dois vão se reencontrar ou não, o cavalo conhece novos “donos” durante a trama. tem um momento que ele (o cavalo) não aparece, é meio estranho, pois a história toda é em cima dele. sobre o filme não é ruim e poderia ser melhor, mas não sei o que poderia melhorar ele, tem algo que faltou, algum tempero. a direção de arte, fotografia, trilha sonora, efeitos sonoros, figurino… estão bons. não é um filme pra estar entre os concorrentes de melhor filme do oscar 2012, mas está e é capaz de ganhar, vai entender. só quero dizer que se está esperando algo como IMPÉRIO DO SOL e RESGATE DO SOLDADO RYAN, só pra citar dois com temas de guerra do Spielberg, esqueça. de repente se for assistir sem essa expectativa irá gostar mais do filme.

The Wolf of Wall Street’s Margot Robbie is in talks to lead DreamWorks’ live-action adaptation of the 1995 hit anime movie Ghost in the Shell, to be directed by Snow White and the Huntsman’s Rupert Sanders. Which makes it sound like DreamWorks is finally getting pretty serious about making this film.

The other day my friend Juliana reposted a Tumblr about how Fan Bingbing shouldn’t be regarded as an “emerging actress” because she’s been the biggest box office draw in Asia for years now - she’s just new to the US. That came to my mind when I read this article about the live-actions American remake of Ghost in the Shell.

Don’t get me wrong: I think Margot Robbie’s a good actress (see my review of The Wolf of Wall Street), but why is it so hard for Hollywood to grasp the idea that Asian people are quite a sizable part of the US population? Do you think audiences couldn’t get their heads around seeing an Asian lead in the role. Robbie's Wolf of Wall Street co-star has been trying to spearhead a similar remake of Akira, complete with all-White cast.

Putting aside the cultural commentary that would be lost in changing the setting of these films to the US, the idea that the only “American” face is a White one has never been true and it’s even more outmoded today. Three Asian actress who could do role of the Major justice include the aforementioned Fan Bingbing from China (remember: though a Japanese story, GOTS takes place in Hong Kong), Japanese actress Rinko Kikuchi of Pacific Rim and Babel, and Korean actress Doona Bae from Cloud Atlas.

Hollywood was attracted to these stories because they were so far from the norm of what they do; it’s a shame that they just want to remake them so as to make them conform.

Plus this one might be directed by the director of Snow White and the Huntsman and no one wants that.