How many animated movies has DreamWorks made?

42 feature films
The studio has released 42 feature films as of April 2022, including several of the highest-grossing animated films of all time, with Shrek 2 (2004) having been the highest at the time of its release.

What was DreamWorks biggest movie?

Shrek 2

Rank Release Lifetime Gross
1 Shrek 2 $441,226,247
2 Shrek the Third $322,719,944
3 Shrek $267,665,011
4 Shrek Forever After $238,736,787

Is DreamWorks a Indian?

NBCUniversal has announced the India launch of DreamWorks and an E! Entertainment branded zone, bringing IPs such as ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ and ‘Trolls’ to Jio subscribers.

Which is the best Indian animation?

Below is the list of top 10 Indian Best Animated Movies.

  • Goopi Gawaiya Bagha Bajaiya (2013) The film is directed by Shilpa Ranade.
  • Delhi Safari (2012)
  • Arjun : The Warrior Prince (2012)
  • Char Sahibzaade (2014)
  • Kochadiyaan (2014)
  • Roadside Romeo (2008)
  • Hanuman (2005)
  • Ramayana : The Epic (2010)

Which is the best Madagascar movie?

Madagascar Trilogy Ranked from Best to Worst

  • Madagascar (2005) PG | 86 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy. 6.9.
  • Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted (2012) PG | 93 min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy. 6.8.
  • Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa (2008)

Who made ice age?

Blue Sky Studios
The first five films were produced by Blue Sky Studios….Ice Age (franchise)

Ice Age
Created by Michael J. Wilson
Original work Ice Age (2002)
Owner 20th Century Studios (The Walt Disney Company) Blue Sky Studios (formerly) (20th Century Animation) (formerly)
Films and television

Is DreamWorks Disney?

The following year, DreamWorks entered into a distribution agreement with Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, wherein Disney would distribute DreamWorks films through Touchstone Pictures; the deal continued until 2016….DreamWorks Pictures.

Formerly DreamWorks LLC (1994–2008) DreamWorks Studios (2009–2015)
Products Theatrical films

Which is the first cartoon in India?

The Pea Brothers, directed by Gunamoy Banerjee and produced by New Theatres Limited, was released in Calcutta on 23 June 1934, making it the first Indian animated work to be released in theatres. The film was between 3 and 4 minutes long and used drawn black and white images.