Hi all! Fandom posted an update regarding the Unified Community Platform (UCP). As a reminder, the UCP is a new unified platform giving users the up-to-date MediaWiki experience including the latest features! More can be found here as a reminder.
In terms of new updates, Fandom staff posted three staff blogs:
- Unified Community Platform: The Vision, Purpose, and Process - This update provides a clearer idea as to the end goals of the platform. This includes mobile editing, latest features, customization options - and more! Mobile editing will be an especially popular addition, given the rising number of mobile users across Fandom.
- Creating new wikis on the Unified Community Platform - Fandom is now allowing users to create new communities on the UCP…
I'm here to let you know that staff have exciting plans for the future of video on Fandom, including the future of what was Featured Video (FV) and what is replacing it.
A replacement for FV, titled The Loop, is set to be a mini-show that will be different for each vertical, highlighting the latest news from topics relating to that vertical. The best bit? These videos will use wiki articles and will encourage users to visit the wikis featured in the videos to find out more.
As a new episode of The Loop will be released weekly, you will see a wide variety of wikis of featured so there is every chance yours will be featured too!
Please see the latest staff blog for more details and feel free to ask me any questions!
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Hi guys! Fandom staff posted two important and exciting blogs recently which I wanted to make you aware of!
- Global taxonomy
The title sounds really fancy and complicated, but this boils down to Fandom recommending content you want to see. Fandom has received feedback from users who are receiving recommendations to visit certain wikis they are not interested in.
With this data driven approach, users on a wiki will receive recommendations for new communities to visit based on what typical readers of that subject are interested in. That way you can attract like-minded users to your community and you get to visit other wikis you are interested in!
Please do read the blog for more information. If you have any questions on this, please feel free to l…Read more >
1. Kung Fu Panda 2
2. Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted
3. Monsters vs. Aliens
5. Kung Fu Panda 3
6. Shrek the Third
7. Mr. Peabody and Sherman
8. Bee Movie
9. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
10. Penguins of Madagascar
11. Kung Fu Panda
13. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
14. The Croods
15. How to Train Your Dragon 2
16. How to Train Your Dragon 3
18. Shrek 2
20. Puss in Boots
22. How to Train Your Dragon 3
23. The Boss Baby
26. Over the Hedge
27. Shark Tale
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This kind of vandalism will earn any perpetrator an immediate and permanent block without warning.
We have already had several instances of this, and since all such have been identical, I suspect that just one user is involved. In no particular order, the user names used are:
(those marked † are blocked across Fandom)
- Special:Contributions/NoahHuang32_11th †
- Special:Contributions/ExtraLargeCircle †
- Special:Contributions/IHasLolipop6th †
I think the VSTF or Staff should look into this.Read more >
What is your all-time favorite DreamWorks Character?, the following are mineRead more >
Hello DreamWorks wiki! I'm Kaylyn and I'm an admin from Disney Wiki! I'm super happy to join this wiki! My favorite dream works films are Home and Madagascar. Please respect me okay? Thanks!!Read more >
5th DreamWorks Animation film to have a female protagonist, after Monsters vs Aliens, The Croods and Trolls.
This is the seventh DreamWorks film to be adapted from a children's book, after Shrek, How to Train Your Dragon, Rise of the Guardians, Home, The Boss Baby, and Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie.
This is the first DreamWorks Animation film to be distributed by Universal Pictures since their deal with 20th Century Fox ended.
The last DreamWorks film to have the credits of IATSE.
- This is the eighth DreamWorks Animation film to be released in November, after Bee Movie, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, Megamind, Rise of the Guardians, Penguins of Madagascar and Trolls.
- First DreamWorks Animation film to feature the new 2018 logo that read…
Junie B Jones is a 2018 movie from DreamWorks Animation. It is the first DreamWorks film to be distributed by Universal Pictures. It is based off the children's books by Barbra Parks.
Junie lives the life of luxery until she starts her first day of school, she meets her teacher Mrs. She starts a rivial with May (Stephanie Lemelin) and makes friends with Luciel (ViviAnn Yee) and Grace (Kelly McCreary) she tryes to fit in but has a hard time. she meets some other kids such as Jim (Miles Baksh) who keeps asking Mrs. for a TV for the class room, after her first day, Junie asks her mom why she signed her up. Her mom tells her she thought it would be nice. Meanwhile she talks to her imaginery robot friend, Bobby and she blasts off with him into s…
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This timeline contains all the chronological references in DreamWorks Animation's media. Because many of DreamWorks's franchises are set in alternative and fantastic universes, this timeline excludes Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, The Croods, Home, Trolls and Dinotrux franchises.
- Joseph: King of Dreams
- The Prince of Egypt
- Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
- How to Train Your Dragon
- How to Train Your Dragon 2
- How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
- The Road to El Dorado
- Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
- Chicken Run
- The Boss Baby
- Shark Tale
- Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Note: this setting has several clues that it is set in 1966 (see its Trivia), but it also has LEDs and laser diodes (which didn't exist in our 1966), so it is probably set in …
Honestly, I think someone should make a Harvey Street Kids Wikia. If anyone on Dreamworks Wikia knows a lot about their recent Netflix cartoon Harvey Street Kids. Do any of you think you can start a Harvey Street Kids Wikia?Read more >
With all the animated DreamWorks movies and TV shows that have been released, and with many more still to come, I feel that there is some sort of continuing timeline that strings them all together. Of course, none of the characters have any knowledge of the adventures of any other characters within the DreamWorks universe, meaning this is a historical timeline. So sit back, grab a fishing pole, and let your dreams go to work.
- Dawn of the Croods - Many years ago, the first people appeared. They were known as the Croods Family. The cave family consisted of Grug Crood, Eep Crood, Ugga Crood, Thunk Crood, and Sandy Crood. Together, they have many adventures in their Croodacious home.
- The Croods - Some time later, the Crood Family meet a lone cave…
I’ve noticed an awful lot of people putting uncomfirmed information into the wiki articles, most noticeably How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, Everest and Trolls 2. The information put on these pages will include cast members and soundtracks which have not been announced or confirmed by officials at Dreamworks Animation. So please stop adding the useless info. It’s irritating finding uncomfirmed info on these pages because I quite frequently have to remove them. It would help the community massively if people will stop this.
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I for one am heartily sick of the dumb "main protagonist" designation some people use. Contrary to what at least one user of this wiki believes (or believed until recently), "protagonist" does not mean "good guy"; see, for instance, Felonius Gru in the first Despicable Me movie (a villain who reforms at the end), or Moriarty from Michael Kurland's series based on the Sherlock Holmes canon (always a villain).
Maybe a little bit of history is in order here.
In the original Greek, the πρωταγωνιστής (protagonistes) was the leader of the theatrical troupe and thus the guy who got to play all the juicy main parts (as well as other parts which needed to be played when the main character wasn't on stage).
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Okay, so i have seen a lot of users removing content from pages, and put opinions on them. Like for example: Somebody on Jimbo page putted his quote as "S*XY" and putted many violent language, another example is Guy Diamond , somebody putted on his appearnace "He looks like trash" and then somebody removed all of the content on that page! Im getting tired of these vandals and i want somebody to stop them!
GUYS! If you see a vandal, report one to a admin ASAP! This wiki needs to get rid of these vandals!Read more >
I don't know about you guys... but someone has been putting non-Dreamworks related images and I believe it may be a hacker or a hater. If you guys seen him or her, report to the admins as soon as possible. Rorosilky5 (talk) 07:52, August 7, 2017 (UTC)Read more >
What happened to DreamWorks Animation wiki?
Dreamworks Animation wiki is supposed to be similar to Disney wiki, since Dreamworks and Disney both start with D, and what happened to the character inboxes for all character pages?Read more >
I Jon Harold Meyer need to go to DreamWorks Animation to make a 98 or 108 minute theatrical feature film called Rocky & Bullwinkle When Moose Met Squirrel which is a prequel to the 2014 short film which would explain how Rocket J. Squirrel and Bullwinkle Moose meet for the very first time and how Boris Badenov Natasha Fatale and Fearless Leader would want to kill them. Gary Trousdale should direct the movie since he never ever directed a movie at DreamWorks Animation. All he did was direct shorts and specials. And my friend on FaceBook Ellis Amir Rogers wants to make a new 6 minute theatrical short film with Super Chicken. Then i will make a 48 or 78 minute Valentines Day special of Mr. Peabody & Sherman where Sherman wants Penny to be h…Read more >
As part of getting things cleaned up here, the time has come to overhaul the Infoboxes.
The purpose of an Infobox is to give you the highlights of a subject in a standardized way. For example, nutrition labels with the calories and the serving size is an Infobox for food sold in stores. It's a brief list to cover the important points.
The Infoboxes here have steadily been growing past the point of highlighting the important points into being used the present most (or sometimes all) of the details about that character. Examples:
- Marty from the Madagascar movies: 36 descriptions in the Personality section and 19 allies
- Lola from Shark Tale: 24 descriptions in the Personality section
- Gladys Sharp from Over the Hedge: 14 descriptions in the Personality…
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In stories and in real life, there are patterns. Many of them are in the way the stories themselves are written. A common one is the "three-act structure". It goes like this:
- Introduce your characters and the world they live in. Something happens that gives them a goal and their life won't be the same ever again.
- They attempt to fix the problem but don't have the skills or information to do it yet. They learn more about themselves and what they can do.
- The pieces start coming together. The story and its subplots are resolved. The climax is where it gets exciting and intense.
A "four-act structure" splits point 2 in half so there's an attempt to fix the problem. It should have worked but didn't. Fall back, regroup, try again. Continue with poin…Read more >
Due to the latest incident on WikiShrek (http://shrek.wikia.com/wiki/WikiShrek) I feel it is time to award new admin roles to people on this wiki as we only seem to two active admins right now (me and RRabbit42).
Comment on this blog and tell me what skills you can offer us and I will start by awarding you a "Rollback" Position and will agree a specific Primary Role for you to have on the wiki.
If you then continue to prove your worth upon the wiki as time goes by I may then award you a "Sysop" Position.
Primary Roles can include the following...
Wiki Discussion Article Quality Control Anti-vandals Category article management Making and managing templates Image management Repairing links Chat moderators (plus anything else that can be deter…Read more >
Hi Guys. I am still reviewing the Dreamworks Animated movies. This one will cover the next 8 films as usual. Here we go.
I read the Captain Underpants books when I was in Elementary School. So naturally, I loved it as a kid. So I was intrigued about this newly apapted film. I wasn't sure if it was going to be good or it was going to suck. The result....eh, I'd probably say a little of both. Let's look at the good stuff first. The best thing about it is its humor-mainly when everyone was laughing at Professor Poopypants' name. Hearing the word diarrhea was in the middle was gross and funny. The animation was also really good. Much like The Peanuts Movie, it looked exactly like its source material, while still being computer animated. Kevin H…
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This wiki: http://surfs-up.wikia.com/wiki/Surf%27s_Up_Wiki need help to add information of Pages of Characters and Plot of Surf's Up 2: WaveMania.Read more >
Madagascar 4: Asia Getaway is a upcoming 2018 American 3D computer-animated action comedy adventure film, produced by DreamWorks Animation and distributed by 20th Century Fox. It is the fourth installment of the Madagascar series and a sequel to Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted. It is also the first in the series to be released in 3D. The film is directed by Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath, and Conrad Vernon. It made its world premiere at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival on June 17 2018.
The film received generally positive reviews, but under-performed, grossing $373 million worldwide against it's $132 million budget. The film's performance forced another write-down for the studio.
In this film, Alex, Marty, Melman, and Gloria had enough journey to…
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The Groups of Cats are a group of alley cats with a Bronx accents. However they resent getting along and tend to argue and fight with each other - not only using their fists, but sometimes small baseball bats. Scary! In Tokyo they have been hurt into the people and attacked by the old man too.Read more >
Hyenas are the secondary antagonist of Madagascar 4: Asia Getaway.Read more >
Mr. Drake Begum is the main antagonist of Madagascar 4: Asia Getaway. He is voiced by Vince Vaughn.Read more >
Theo is an engineer Asian otter and a member of Animal Protections. He also appears in the film Madagascar 4: Asia Getaway.Read more >
Ria is a Brazilian red and green macaw and Animal Protection's intelligence analyst.Read more >
Mao is a Asian elephant, Strong heroic (with a Bit of Kindness inside), and a member of Animal Protections.Read more >
Kaya is the secondary tritagonist in Madagascar 4: Asia Getaway. She is Marty's love interest. She is voiced by Taraji P. Henson.Read more >
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Calvo is the black panther leader of the spiritual high-tech animal helpers 'Animal Protections'. and the Deuteragonist in Madagascar 4: Asia Getaway.
1. Shrek 2
2. Shrek the Third
3. Shrek Forever After
4. Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted
5. Kung Fu Panda 2
6. Kung Fu Panda
7. How to Train Your Dragon 2
8. Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
9. The Croods
10. Puss in Boots
12. Kung Fu Panda 3
13. How to Train Your Dragon
15. Home (2015)
16. Monsters Vs. Aliens
17. Penguins of Madagascar
18. Shark Tale
20. Over the Hedge
22. Rise of the Guardians
23. Bee Movie
25. Mr. Peabody & Sherman
26. Chicken Run
27. The Prince of Egypt
28. Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
29. Flushed Away
31. Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
32. Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
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In the South Land there's a
down on the river
Where the women are very pretty
And all the men deliver
They got musicIt's always playin'
Start in the day time, go all through the night
When you hear that music playin'Hear what I'm saying, it make you feel alright Grab somebody, come on down Bring your paintbrush, we're paintin' the town.
Honey, there's some sweetness goin' 'round Catch it down in New Orleans (musical intro)
We got magic, good and badMake you happy or make you real sad Get everything you want, lose what you had
Down here in New Orleans Hey partner, don't be shy Come on down here and give us a try
You wanna do some livin' before you dieDo it down in New Orleans (musical intro)
Stately homes and mansionsOf the Sugar Barons and the Co…Read more >
This is a blog about Spike from Flushed Away.
I've been reading this wiki, and for some reason it says that Spike reformed (although he didn't). I've been reading pages called Spike (Flushed Away), List of DreamWorks Animation Villains' Defeats/Gallery and List of DreamWorks Animation Villains' Defeats and all three of those pages said that Spike reforms at the end of Flushed Away but he doesn't.
I've also read Spike's revision history on his page and two users named Anthony9 and Karlamon9 think that Willaims is his last name (although it isn't).
Here's some questions I need to ask about Spike.
Did Spike reform? No! he did not. He's still a villain.
Is Williams his last name? No! it's not. His last name isn't comfirmed.
Is he friends with Rodd…
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- Kung Fu Panda 2
- Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted
- Monsters vs. Aliens
- Kung Fu Panda 3
- Shrek the Third
- Mr. Peabody and Sherman
- Bee Movie
- Captain Underpants
- Penguins of Madagascar
- Kung Fu Panda
- Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
- The Croods
- Rise of the Guardians
- How to Train Your Dragon
- Shrek 2
- Puss in Boots
- Shark Tale
- How to Train Your Dragon 2
- Boss Baby
- Over the Hedge
- Shrek Forever After
Several years ago, I was asked the following question:
- Hi! I'm new here, can someone please tell me the rules so I'm not blocked again? Thanks :)
Back then, I gave an answer that was more technical. It's shown below, but in the three years since this blog was first written, I've learned there are a couple of other points that have turned out to be even more important. Here they are:
- Tell the truth.
- Keep fan fiction separate.
Both are very simple and they go hand in hand. Not doing one or both often leads to being blocked. Why is that?
It's because when people start making stuff up, they never say they're making it up. It's added in with the factual information on the page and they don't put in a reason in the Edit Summary line, which brings with…Read more >
Do you think maybe there are two Rumpelstiltskins and the one in Shrek the Third overheard Rumpelstiltskin saying his own name and stole it?Read more >
Hiccup and Toothless return to Netflix this Friday along with your favorite Dragon Riders in all-new action-packed DREAMWORKS DRAGONS: RACE TO THE EDGE episodes! Check out this exclusive clip, and get ready for some high flying action!
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The high-stakes continue as the Riders advance in their hunt for Viggo, Ryker and their expanded Dragon Hunter army. Tune in as the Riders encounter new dragons, a seemingly reformed Dagur, an underground Dragon Fighting arena, and learn along the way that Viggo has a Dragon Eye and dragon fortress! The riders discover the rare Buffalord dragon while searching for a cure for the Scurge of Odin. Turns out moving it is even harder than finding it.
SO, let's get started, shouldn't we?
Okay here we Go:
- I (I yes I mean me) am a actual scratch mit edu user aka known as Dariafan
- I own a productions thing also known as Dariafan Productions!
- I am a HUGE fan of Doctor Who, Descendants, and Penguins of Madagascar (2014)
Oh, right... you want to know what are my top 4 villains so here!:
- Evil Kair
- Evil King
- Evil Kair II
Okey dokey, this will be my last set of Dreamworks reviews until I get 8 films to cover this blog and move on the next when more come out and so on and so forth. This blog will over from Turbo until Boss Baby.
I don't really know if I can call Turbo a really good or really bad movie. There some pretty decent things about it, but also a lot of other things that feel like there was little effort put into it. Let's look at the good stuff for now. I'd say the movie's biggest strength is its colors. Black snails, blue snails, purple snails, and so many more. It's like we're watching a movie with tiny little rain bows. Now sadly, I must talk about the things that make Turbo choppy and kind of weak. Turbo's relationship with the taco guy I feel is…
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Hi Guys. Here is part 3 of my review blogs for the Dreamworks animated movies. This part will be covering Monsters vs Aliens through The Croods.
When Monsters vs Aliens was coming out, I wasn't too sure of it. I thought the title was lazy, since there really isn't too much of a difference between them, and Dreamworks broke its 2 films per year tradition and released only this film in the spring. But for what it was, I thought it was a pretty good flick. I admire how this was the first Dreamworks female protagonist...er, human-ish protagonist at least, and the monsters seemed like her comic relief sidekicks. That's pretty sweet. Susan, or Ginormica as the government renames her is a delightful heroine. Reese Witherspoon's voice work makes he…
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Hey Guys. Here's part 2 on my opinions on the Dreamworks Animated films.
Naturally, I loved Madagascar when it came out. But looking back, I find it even better, considering what they did with this movie. It's animation is cartoony, but it has great humor and story that makes it very engaging. Probably the best thing about the story is that it's one that I have not seen before, or at least the portion where Alex is sucummbing to his wild side. It shows how a predator like Alex is willing to put his friendship before his appetite. But of course, the humor is the even better part of the movie. For instance, the wacky faces and movements are totally awesome like when Alex moves quickly or falls-things like that. Chris Rock does a great perform…
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Hi Everyone. I am Ratigan6688. For my first few blogs, I am going to review my opinions on the Dreamworks animated movies. A lot of them have brought new views of animation with great stories, drama, and of course comedy. Now there are a couple things I should say. One, Antz and Rise of the Guardians are the only 2 films I won't be covering since I know little about them or don't have anything to say. Also, since there are a lot, I will be doing 8 films per blog. So let's hear what I have to say, shall we? This is part one of my opinions on the Dreamworks animated films,
I'm sad to say, but Prince of Egypt was not really my thing. The first reason is because I had a difficult time being in church, and technically, this is a film about a sto…
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there is now a Classified gif! link here:
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Coming to Netflix on 12/24 is a all-new original family sitcom: Dawn of the Croods from DreamWorks Animation. Check out the trailer below!
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The North Wind and penguins, BOTH make a return in Evilsendants and The Doctor!
Son of Corporal: John
Daughter of Classified: Lonni
Daughter of Eva: Evia
Son of Short Fuse: Richard
Son of Skipper: Skip
Daughter of Private: Winter
Daughter of Kowalski: Sonia
Son of Rico: DamienRead more >
The franchise spotlights a line-up of fictional female heroines who have appeared in various DreamWorks animated feature films. The franchise currently comprises eleven female protagonists from different films.
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