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Dreamworks' Animation movie lineup through 2012

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http://www.icv2.com/articles/news/15048.html

reamworks Animation has announced its plans to release eight 3D animated features, five original films and three sequels, through 2012, and the studio has announced the films’ debut dates, staking out some prime dates on the cinema calendar in the process. The original features include How to Train Your Dragon (based on the book by Cressida Cowell), Oobermind (a supervillain/superhero saga featuring the vocal talents Robert Downey, Jr.), The Guardians (based on a forthcoming book by William Joyce), Puss in Boots (starring Antonio Banderas), and finally a choice between three original projects, The Croods (a caveman saga), Truckers (based on The Bromeliad Trilogy by Terry Prachett), and a as-yet-untitled “Super Secret Ghost Project.” The sequels include Shrek Forever After, Kung Fu Panda: The Kaboom of Doom, and a third Madagascar film.

Here’s the Dreamworks’ schedule:

How to Train Your Dragon March 26, 2010

Shrek Forever After May 21, 2010

Oobermind Nov. 5, 2010

Kung Fu Panda: The Kaboom of Doom June 3, 2011

The Guardians Nov. 4, 2011

Puss in Boots March 30, 2012

Madagascar 3 May 25, 2012

1 of 3 Original Projects Nov. 2, 2012

Oh, I'll watch the a new Kung Fu Panda. The first movie was great. :lol:


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Oh noooo.... The first Kung Fu Panda was freakin' great! Do mess it up with a sequel! >_<;;; And I loved How to Train Your Dragon.


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A sequal could work

then again shrek.......


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What if they made a sequel to Wall-E? It'll be 2 1/2 hours of him organizing garbage for the returned human civilization. :P


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beat that dead horse


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They can't touch Wall-E, different studio did it. Only Pixar has the rights to make another Wall-E.

I don't know I'll probably meander out to see the new Shrek considering I've seen the other three (though the first one was the only good one imo).


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I know that. I meant their respective owners better leave the originals alone. I have kids you know. =P


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I love the shrek movies. I want to see how to train your dragon


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