Nicely designed snails up to high-speed hijinks.
Having proven a huge bestseller and garnering comparisons to both The Da Vinci Code and the Harry Potter franchise, Chinese novel series The Tibet Code is currently being set up for an adaptation by Oriental Dreamworks.
This film was co-written by Robert Siegel, screenwriter of The Wrestler and writer-director of Big Fan. Hopefully he’ll have been able to elevate proceedings a little…?
I haven’t so keenly anticipated a Dreamworks animation… ever, actually.
The courtship decoy that accidentally became intimate behind the scenes.
I’m looking forward to the film version of Turbo as it’s the third sports picture from Robert Siegel, writer of The Wrestler and Big Fan and sometime contributor to The Onion.
The perfect poster would be somewhere between stage three and stage four.
Screenwriter Rober Siegel directed Big Fan and is an alum of The Onion.
Cave family vs. prehistoric… thing.
Do you have a 3D TV set that you can send YouTube to? Or a 3D computer monitor?
Is there a reason people keep basing their prehistoric comedies on family groups?
Jack Frost isn’t so sure he wants the responsibility, thanks.
A simple but very modern system.
Characterisation by design, the Chris Sanders caveman way.
Piles and piles of Dreamworks Animation.
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In 2006, Dreamworks Animation struck up a distribution deal with Paramount that gave the studio distribution rights to their titles until either the end of 2012 or they had released thirteen more pictures, whichever came first. Recently, they’ve been looking …
Robert Siegel made two extraordinary sports films already. Will his third really be about a racing snail?