DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox Are Making Holiday Gift Giving More Fun

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DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment is sending a sleigh full of gift giving ideas as the newest titles, hottest box office hits and all the familiar favorites hit the store shelves in time for shoppers to get a head start on the mad holiday rush.

As families plan out the next four weeks, shoppers can expect record crowds, empty, sold out, shelves, traffic nightmares all leading up to the most wonderful time of the year.

20th Century Fox and DreamWorks Home Entertainment have gift giving all wrapped up with the newest releases and a catalogue of family favorites.

DreamWorks Animation Presents . . .

Two great animated films, destined to become classics, from DreamWorks Animation, “The Croods” and “Turbo,” are sizzling hot gift ideas this holiday season and guaranteed to bring hours of laughter and fun.

The Croods” and “Turbo” are just two excellent examples of Jeffrey Katzenberg’s and DreamWorks Animation’s magic touch, creating films with crisp animation, kaleidoscopes of colors, never missing a beat, weaving gentle stories always delivering the supersize message that families, whether the ones we’re given or the ones that we grow into, come in all shapes and sizes, and in the clinch, they’ll be there. Because that’s what families do.

The Croods

The Croods,” will quickly become everyone’s favorite pre-historic family this holiday season, stars the voice talent of Emma Stone, Nicolas Cage, Cloris Leachman, Catherine Keener, Ryan Reynolds, Clark Duke, Chris Sanders and Randy Thom.

“The Croods” are on a journey that takes them from the safety of the known, and quite dull, universe through a treacherous transition, traveling far from the safety of their home, into an unknown world full of beauty and a new home.

Along the way they face fear and challenges, meet new friends, and realize through it all, love and family are the most important.

Invite “The Croods” into your home this holiday season.

Turbo

“Turbo,” presents the unusual story of a snail, through accident or miracle, who becomes super infused with speed and given the opportunity to live his dream.  

Starring the voice talent of Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Michael Pena, Samuel L. Jackson, Snoop Dog, Luis Guzman, Bill Hader, Michelle Rodriguez, Maya Rudolph, Ben Schwartz and Mike Bell, Turbo is directed by David Soren.

“Turbo,” finds himself an outcast among his own as his dreams of the impossible, and improbable, become the cause of contention and it isn’t until fate drops him into the unknown that life takes a serendipitous turn.

The two dreamers meet by chance, and their world is shaken, blinders fall, the old passes away, mediocrity is no longer acceptable, and the belief is contagious as his dreams finally fuse with the dreams of another who longs for more. Suddenly all who come in contact with the dreamers are excited.

Celebrated finally, “Turbo” finds the one who offers the assistance to help him live his dream; life will never be the same.  Even the voice of doubt, becomes encouragement.

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Presents . . .

With the Holiday Season shopping quickly approaching 20th Century Fox Home Entertainmenthas prepared a smorgasbord of treats to ease the stress by serving up something for everyone on your holiday gift giving list.

The Heat

The Heat,” brings the hottest summer box office film to the home entertainment market starring Academy Award Winner, Sandra Bullock and Academy Award Nominee, Melissa McCarthy, is this madcap, comedy/drama.

Stuffing, uptight FBI Agent Sarah Ashburn is back on the streets teaming up with her worst nightmare, foul mouth, polar opposite, slouchy Shannon Mullins.

When pulling rank doesn’t stop Mullins, Asburn is forced to work with her. What follows is the best cop/buddy film since the 1980’s “Lethal Weapon” franchise. The pair are laugh ‘til your sides ache funny! It is a comedy, drama, with chaos and mayhem.

Naughty or nice “The Heat” should make everyone’s list!

Wolverine

"Wolverine,” directed by James Mangold, stars Hugh Jackman reprising his role as Logan, the Wolverine, everyone’s favorite mutant.

As death cannot take Logan, he once again saves an innocent from its clutches, this time during the 1944 bombing of Hiroshima. The man, a Japanese officer, survives the atomic bomb drop that levels his homeland and lives to become one of the wealthiest and powerful men in Japan. As he dies he sends for the one who made his life possible.

Set in Japan, “Wolverine” is a classic martial arts film modernized with samurai warriors, fast cars, and action packed scenes with equally skilled martial artists.

Logan is faced with his most challenging obstacle yet, his own desires to regain his immorality. His choice: live and die or forever die to living.

“Wolverine” is on the shelves; bring him home for the holidays.

Percy Jackson and the Sea of Creatures

“Percy Jackson and the Sea of Creatures,” a magical, mythological, larger-than-life adventure of teenager Percy Jackson, son of the Greek god Poseidon, and friends, all the children of mythical gods.

Jackson is out to prove he’s not just a “one-quest wonder,” Percy and his demigod friends embark on an epic, cross-country journey into the treacherous Sea of Monsters, where they battle terrifying creatures, an army of zombies, and the ultimate evil.

With time running out, Percy must find and bring home the fabled Golden Fleece, which has the power to save his world. An heroic, action-packed thrill ride, “Percy Jackson and the Sea of Creatures,” is one of a kind.

Home Alone – The Holiday Heist

In this newest installment of the Home Alone Franchise “Home Alone: The Holiday Heist” stars Christian Martyn as 10-year-old Finn Baxter who along with his sister Alexis, played by Jodelle Ferland end up staying alone in their new home while their parents, Curtis and Catherine, get snowed in while attending a holiday party thrown by Catherine’s new boss played by Ed Asner.

Three bumbling thieves played by Malcom McDowell, Debi Mazar and Eddie Steeples, are after a priceless painting hidden in a secret room by the previous owner.  

Finn and his sister set in motion a series of elaborate booby traps guaranteed to have the whole family laughing as the thieves stumble and bumble around the house.  

“Home Alone: The Holiday Heist” is a nice addition to the franchise and will steal your heart again!

These titles and many more are available through DreamWorks and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment and guaranteed to bring many hours of happiness and fun into your home this holiday season.

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has also made shopping just a bit easier with FOX Connect, an online portal that links shoppers to an exclusive paradise of titles, television shows and much more.

Supplies at FOX Connect are limited to one title per family.

Access FOX Connect through this link: http://bit.ly/18INlan

 

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