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Emmy Awards: Evening Before Party Raises More than $2 Million for MPTF

This year, Emmy weekend was an endurance test of parties and preening. But there were no heavy sighs about having to attend Sunday’s Evening Before bash, which raked in more than $2 million for the Motion Picture Television Fund. 486 more words


Jeffrey Katzenberg Accepts Deadline's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Video

Jeffrey Katzenberg has answered Deadline’s call. The DreamWorks Animation CEO tweeted today he has accepted our ALS Ice Bucket Challenge — his second to date. He earlier accepted a challenge from Steven Spielberg, icy plunge and all, and agreed to up his donation when we reached out. 71 more words


Deadline Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge; Nominates Katzenberg, Soderbergh And Lindelof: Video

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been taken by celebrities and non-celebrities around the world to raise awareness of this terrible disease as well as funds for research to combat it. 90 more words


Rich Sullivan in Final Negotiations to Head to Bob Simonds' Studio

Rich Sullivan, DreamWorks Animation’s deputy chief financial officer, is said to be departing and heading to the still unnamed studio led by Robert Simonds, multiple sources close to both studios confirmed. 141 more words

Exec Shuffle

Jim Parsons, Jeffrey Katzenberg in Chicago for Dreamworks Animation-McDonalds Marketing Leadership Meeting

by Melody Star | July 30, 2014 5:27 PM PDT

Jim Parsons took stage with Jeffrey Katzenberg in Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Chicago tonight at a McDonalds Marketing Leadership meeting. 206 more words

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DreamWorks Animation Stock Plummets; Analysts Urge Studio to Lower Costs

After a disappointing second quarter earnings call Tuesday, it has become clear to analysts that DreamWorks Animation must alter the way  it does business.

“I have no issue with the creative, DreamWorks Animation films are great,” said David Miller of Topeka Capital Markets, “but we’ve been harping on them for quite some time that they should lower their average negative cost for every film.” 446 more words