Well in today’s series we are going to discuss; Who is the best 3D animation company, Pixar or DreamWorks? Like we discussed the richest fictional characters Ironman Vs. Batman, on today’s edition we are going to discuss one of the most interesting animation feud: Disney/Pixar Vs DreamWorks.
Disney/Pixar Vs DreamWorks: Battle Of The Money
After the establishment of DreamWorks in 1994, it started competing with the 1986 company Pixar. It’s been a long time since their competition started and are still having head to head war.
Disney established itself with the very first movie, Toy Story in 1995 whereas DreamWorks started competing elder animation company with movie Antz in 1998.
Here See The List Of Movies And Box Office Collection Of Disney/Pixar:
Box Office Collection
Toy Story 3
Here See The List Of Movies And Box Office Collection Of DreamWorks:
Box Office Collection
Shrek the Third
Kung Fu Panda
It seems that on the battle of box office collections, Disney/Pixar is the winner.
History Of Both The Companies
It all started in 1974, Alexander Schure founder of New York Institute of Technology, established traditional animations studio, Computer Graphics Lab. In 1986, the newly independent Pixar was expanded by Edwin Catmull as President and Alvy Ray Smith as Vice President.
Moreover, in 2006, Disney bought Pixar for around $7.4 billion. Recently on 23 October 2018, Ed Catmull announced that he is retiring from Pixar. And in January 2019, Lee Unkrich announced that he would be retiring after 25 years of his career in Pixar.
On 12 October 1994, a trio of film movie and producer Steven Spielberg, music executive David Geffen, and former Disney executive Jeffrey Katzenberg launched a company with the name DreamWorks SKG. Eventually in 2004, the animation division from the company publically traded company with the name DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc.
In 2012, DreamWorks Animation acquired Classic Media with the bid of $155 million. After two weeks of announcement of Bill Damaschke retired from the Chief Creative Officer, DreamWorks completely broke the connections with the Classic Media in 2015.
In 2016, DreamWorks now owns Universal Pictures. On 15 May 2019, DreamWorks Animations announced that it would hire former Sony Pictures Imageworks chief Randy Lake in the place of the chief operating officer of the company.