24 Frames

The History of DreamWorks Animation

by | January 26, 2016 | Comments

Ever since 1998 and into this Friday’s release of Kung Fu Panda 3, DreamWorks Animation has emerged as one of the dominant forces in animated storytelling worldwide, whose blend of state-of-the-art tech and raucous contemporary humor has carved their own identity in our current cartoon renaissance. Kung Fu Panda 3 inspires this week’s 24 Frames gallery, in which we explore the nearly two-decade history of DreamWorks Animation.

  • David Lee Fuhrmaneck

    Ya’ll forgot “Shrek The Third” in 2007… but honestly I don’t blame you

    • BarinderPal

      Its a 24 frame galley, thats why they’re missing 7 films

    • Rarietty

      Also the closest thing that Dreamworks has got to a cult classic: The Road to El Dorado (although it was mentioned with the Prince of Egypt, it was also Dreamworks’ first huge bomb).

      Seriously though the online fandom for that movie is rabid.

  • John Moon

    Mr. Peabody & Sherman 2014?

  • Todd

    Madagascar 2??

  • Singer Peel

    Missing
    -The Road to El Dorado
    -Spirit
    -Sinbad
    -Over the Hedge
    -Shrek the Third
    -Madagascar 2
    -Mr. Peabody and Sherman

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