DreamWorks unveils a slate of animated films for its Chinese-backed imprint, adding creatives like Alan Yang (Master of None) to the mix.
The Despicable Me movie franchise overtakes Shrek to become the highest-grossing animated film series ever, after four installments.
Shrek 5 has a completed script, and according to screenwriter Michael McCullers, the movie will be a reinvention of the series.
While discussing their DreamWorks animated movie Trolls, directors Walt Dohrn and Mike Mitchell reveal Michael McCullers is writing Shrek 5.
DreamWorks Animation plans to release a fifth installment in the Shrek movie franchise in 2019, following its purchase by NBCUniversal.
DreamWorks Animation has been acquired by NBCUniversal, including the rights to intellectual properties such as Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, and Madagascar.
DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg hints that there may be a fifth 'Shrek' film in the works after a four year absence.