anonymous asked:

Ok...what am I not understanding? I thought there were 4 seasons of RTTE. That is what was posted in an article. But that one twitter post said 118? That would be an additional 2 seasons! So...we would get seasons 4, 5, and 6! Am I getting it now? Or... #whyamiconfused #hiccstridkissbetterhappen

Don’t worry my friend :) There were going to be 4 seasons at first (56 episodes) But quite recently there was a post from DWA saying there will be 118 episodes in total (Counting RoB and DoB) So in RTTE are no longer 56 episodes but 78 :) 

So yeah there will be 6 season of RTTE officially! Everyone’s really happy! :) We have still 3 more seasons to go woooo 

As for that last tag *wink* *wink*

So I went to the Journal 3 book signing at the Grove in West Hollywood today and was able to meet Alex Hirsch and Stephanie Ramirez! I remembered this tweet he made about Boss Baby’s poster, so I made a quip about it.

“Alex, I remembered that tweet you made about that poor Trump Baby with a nasty case of DreamWorks Face. It’s so contagious even your baby caught it!”

And then I showed him this, he seemed pretty surprised that it was a final still from the show.

I then asked him to draw a quick “DreamWorks Dipper” along with his autograph.

He said it was the worst Dipper he’s ever drawn.

cartoonbrew.com
It's Not Ogre Yet: Dreamworks Announces 'Shrek 5'

“The studio announced today that beginning in 2019, it will continue releasing at least two films per year, with the first couple being Shrek 5 and Shadows, the latter which was announced last year.

Dreamworks already has the following films on their release slate: Trolls (November 2016), Boss Baby (2017), Captain Underpants (2017), The Croods 2 (2017), Larrikins (2018), and How to Train Your Dragon 3 (2018). The 2019 additions seem to continue the trend of mixing established franchises with adaptations of children’s books and original concepts.

While Comcast agreed to buy Dreamworks in April for $3.8 billion, final decisions on the studio’s slate are still being made by Jeffrey Katzenberg, who remains the CEO and chairman of the company until the deal closes, which is expected to be sometime in the next month or two.”