MUMBAI: Dreamworks Animation has announced its slate of films through 2012 that
to Train Your Dragon: Written and directed by Chris Sanders and Den DeBlois and
produced by Bonnie Arnold the film stars Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, America
Ferrera and Johan Hill. Set in the world of vikings and dragons, the film centers
on an awkward teen who befriends an injured dragon. The film is set for a 26 March,
Shrek Forever After: Directed by Mike Mitchell and produced
by Teresa Cheng and Gina Shay the film is slated to release on 21 May, 2010.
This film stars Robert Downey Jr. and Tina Fey in which Downey will voice a super-villain
who finds life a little dull after vanquishing good-guy rival Metro Man in the
superhero-themed film that is expected to open on 5 Nov., 2010.
Fu Panda: The Kaboom of Doom: The sequel to the 2008 hit with Jack Black and Dustin
Hoffman returning to the voice cast is due to hit theaters on June 3, 2011.
Guardians: Turning to a not-yet-published book series by William Joyce, whose
work has previously inspired Disney's Meet the Robinsons and Rolie Polie Olie.
The Guardians unites characters every child knows - Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny,
the Tooth Fairy, Jack Frost and the Sandman - to protect the world from a Bogeyman-like
villain. The film is due to release on 4 November, 2011.
in Boots: Puss in Boots imagines events before the popular character's appearance
in Shrek 2, while introducing all-new characters. Antonio Banderas returns while
Salma Hayek will lend her voice to love interest Kitty. Directed by Chris Miller
director of Shrek the Third, the film is slated for release on 30 March 2012.
3: In May, 2012 director Eric Darnell offers the third instalment in the zoo-break
series which would relocate the animals from Africa to Europe via a traveling
The Croods: A caveman comedy from directors Chris Sanders and Kirk
DeMicco, the film was once intended to be an Aardman collaboration. The film is
among the few vying for a 12 November, 2012 release.
Derived from Terry Pratchett's The Bromeliad Trilogy, with Simon Beaufoy adapting
a story of miniature creatures stuck living in a department store. The film is
also eying 12 November, release.
Secret Ghost Project: The film about what ghosts think about humans is also in
the fray for a 12 Nov, 2012 release.