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DreamWorks concert celebrates anniversary

2014 at 01:01 pm by admin | Comments Off

DreamWorks Animation, known for their work on popular 3D-animation movies like Shrek, How to Train Your Dragon, Madagascar, Kung-Fu Panda, and more, is celebrating its 20th anniversary in a big way! In association with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, the DreamWorks Animation in Concert event was held between July 18th and 19th at the Hollywood Bowl amphitheater, and played a variety of music and compositions from their most popular films!

The concert was led by music director Thomas Wilkins, and the two orchestras played their music for over 30,000 fans who showed up for the celebration. On top of that, celebrities Jack Black and Judith Hill were at the event, who helped perform music, and even featured a rare guitar performance from legendary composter Hans Zimmer! The celebrations also featured compositions from John Powell, Alan Silvestri, and Danny Elfman, making this event the biggest celebration of DreamWorks music yet!

While the event is now over, there is yet hope for fans across the world, as the DreamWorks Animation in Concert plans to appear in other locations across the world, though no concrete locations or dates have yet been set. Alongside the recent 20th anniversary exhibition that opened in Australia in recent months, DreamWorks has been celebrating the occasion all over the world, and hopes to continue making movies for its fans.


DreamWorks announces Shanghai-based DreamCenter

2014 at 02:07 pm by admin | Comments Off


DreamWorks Animation SKG., an American-based animation studio known for their CG films like Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train your Dragon, and more, has recently unveiled their plans to open up a brand new entertainment complex in Shanghai, considered as China’s business capital. This new resort, created alongside Chinese investment fund CMC Capital Partners, will span across a 463,000 square meter area, and will include a wide variety of tourist attractions, as well as film studios for the recently created Oriental DreamWorks, and other facilities. These will include a 500-seat IMAX theater, intended for red carpet events, international film festivals, and more, alongside restaurants, bars, and other performance venues. The DreamCenter will also feature an entire “Dream Avenue” live-theater district, making the DreamCenter a one-stop destination for a wide variety of entertainment mediums. The DreamCenter is expected to open in 2017, and will be one of the largest entertainment attractions in Shanghai, so make sure to pay it a visit one day!