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DreamWorks Animation’s Oobermind Gets New Title

In a press release announcing a deal with video game company THQ, DreamWorks Animation has announced a new name for the upcoming animated superhero comedy Oobermind. The new title is MegaMind. Here’s a fresh synopsis for the film (set to be released on November 5, 2010):

When super villain MegaMind (Ferrell) defeats […]

Will Ferrell Replaces Robert Downey Jr. in Oobermind + Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill Added To Cast

Robert Downey Jr. has been replaced with Will Ferrell in DreamWorks Animation’s Oobermind.  Downey Jr. was to play the title role of the main super villain.  From Variety:

Ferrell replaces Robert Downey Jr. in the title role of a supervillain who imagines all his dastardly dreams coming true after defeating good-guy rival […]

DreamWorks Animation Unveils 2009-2012 Slate

shrek-052809DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg will unveil the studio’s film slate through late 2012 later today at an investment community conference.  The slate includes five original projects and several franchise follow-ups.  All the films will be produced in 3-D.  Also to be announced is the casting of Robert Downey Jr. and Tina Fey in Oobermind.

For 2010, the studio has set the afforementioned original project Oobermind (November 5, 2010), as well as How to Train Your Dragon (March 26, 2010).  The fourth installment in the Shrek franchise (now called Shrek Forever After) has also been set for a 2010 release (May 21, 2010).

Meanwhile on June 3, 2011 the studio has set the sequel Kung Fu Panda: The Kaboom of Doom with both Jack Black and Dustin Hoffman confirmed to be returning.  Then on November 4, 2011 The Guardians, based on a not-yet-published book series from William Joyoce, will hit theaters.

The rest of the schedule follows after the jump. Continue reading DreamWorks Animation Unveils 2009-2012 Slate