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[24.07.2003] Heute startet DreamWorks' "Sinbad - Der Herr der sieben Meere" in den deutschen Kinos...

[01.07.2003] Die Calgary Sun sprach mit Jeffrey Katzenberg...
[...] "Animals can talk in animated films whenever they want to. If they don't it probably means they had tough agents," jokes Katzenberg in a telephone interview from his offices in Los Angeles.
In DreamWorks' newest animated adventure Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas, the swashbuckling hero has a pet dog names Spike.
The seafaring canine drools and barks a lot, but he doesn't speak like the donkey voiced by Eddie Murphy in Shrek or Mel Gibson's rooster in Chicken Run.
"For Sinbad we wanted a whole different kind of reality. It's meant to be a fun adventure that the audience sees from a more real point of view.
"It's not a world of talking fairytale creatures or a barnyard of talking animals," says Katzenberg, who nixed the idea of talking equines in Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, DreamWorks' movie from last year. "It's always arbitrary when we decide whether animals will talk or not but once the rules are set you just don't deviate. Like the horses in Spirit, Spike talks without actually talking.
"If the writers, animators and directors do their jobs, children know what these characters are thinking." [...]


[28.06.2003] Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit den Regisseuren Patrick Gilmore und Tim Johnson... Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Harry Knowles...
[...] I enjoyed the film immensely despite the baggage I brought against the film. It is the best action adventure animated film since ALADDIN and the third best action adventure American animated film after BATMAN: MASK OF THE PHANTASM and ALADDIN. There are no characters in this film that I out and out hate, I could do without the dog, but I get why he’s there... I just wish when he attacked, he was vicious instead of lovable. This is the most successfully entertaining 2D animated film from Dreamworks to date. Very good work, and not at all the disaster that the trailer made it out to be. [...]

[26.06.2003] Bei CS! gibt es eine Kritik (8/10)...
[...] Sinbad is a fun movie for kids and an entertaining movie for adults. Fans of sci-fi and fantasy should get a particular kick out of it.

[18.06.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik von Capone...
[...] SINBAD has an adult love story, the threat of a beheading or two, a sexy temptress villain, and some big-ass scary monsters. In other words, little kids might get a little scared or weirded out by many of the goings on in this film. I found it kind of interesting...a little bit...a smidge...a tad. The directors keep things moving so briskly that there’s barely time to take a breath, and that’s probably the best thing this film has going for it. The running time is brief, and there aren’t any stupid songs to bog things down. Oh what the hell, this movie was okay. But if you see this before NEMO, you’re out of your mind.

[17.06.2003] Bei AICN gibt es Kritiken...

[06.06.2003] Bei Latino Review gibt es ein Schwung neuer Bilder...

[30.05.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Kritik zur Endfassung von DreamWorks' "Sinbad"...
[...] All in all, I really recommend this flick to anyone who digs the original or longs for some good old serialized fun. Everyone else I talked to seemed to really enjoy it, and doesn't it say something when a theater full of kids bursts into applause at a film's credits? [...]

[28.05.2003] Bei UIP.nl gibt es neue Bilder...

[20.05.2003] Der "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas" Trailer ist online !!! Die Offizielle Website bietet endlich mehr, u.a. einen Abriss des Plots... Bei Latino Review gibt es mehrere Bilder und bei Film Freak Central gibt es mehrere "Hinter den Kulissen"-Clips...

[09.04.2003] DreamWorks SKG Fansite hat das "Sinbad"-Poster veröffentlicht und bei ET Online gibt es "Hinter den Kulissen"-Interviews...

[03.04.2003] Bei DH gibt es eine Kritik zu einer Rohfassung von DreamWorks' "Sinbad"...
[...] I’ll give you the bad news first. If you’ve been waiting for an animated STAR WARS or RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK... keep waiting. SINBAD does not entirely escape "cartoon" conventions. It contains the requisite wise-cracking hero, the lovable animal sidekick, the sappy storybook romance, and the eccentric slapstick-providing crew. The good news? SINBAD manages to rise above these clichés and provide a very entertaining, sometimes enchanting, adventure that should appeal to both children and adults. [...]

[18.03.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine weitere Kritik zu einer frühen Fassung von DreamWorks' "Sinbad"...
[...] Only about 75% of the film was finished and the rest was in black and white, but walking out of SINBAD all I could think is that with the recent weak regular animated movies, this movie will bring 2-D animation back to life. [...]
The adventure, the look and the pacing reminded me of the INDY films and Disney's ALADDIN. The movie is kind of like if you hooked up with Aladdin ten years later, ditched the irritating Genie, and bought him a boat and a dog. The monsters (Giant Squid, the Sirens, Giant Hawk, etc.) are so cool, the characters are great and the story is great and enjoyable for both kids and adults! [...]


[12.03.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zu einer Rohfassung von DreamWorks' "Sinbad"...
[...] I’ll give you the bad news first. If you’ve been waiting for an animated STAR WARS or RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK... keep waiting. SINBAD does not entirely escape "cartoon" conventions. It contains the requisite wise-cracking hero, the lovable animal sidekick, the sappy storybook romance, and the eccentric slapstick-providing crew. The good news? SINBAD manages to rise above these clichés and provide a very entertaining, sometimes enchanting, adventure that should appeal to both children and adults. [...]

[11.03.2003] DH meldet...
With only four months left to go, many have begun to scratch their head as to what's going on with this Dreamworks animated feature which has yet to release either a trailer or poster. According to an insider, it seems that "the film has been testing poorly, and while the artwork is amazing, the story is a mess and marketing at Dreamworks is busy retooling their approach to the film to focus on the 'stars' instead of the story, or lack of one". However another disagrees: "I just saw a screening of SINBAD the other day and I thought it worked very well. I compare it favorably to The Mummy. It's definitely in that vein. It definitely was not a perfect film. But [both] the animation AND story are far better than Treasure Planet, Atlantis, El Dorado and Spirit".

[04.03.2003] DH meldet...
It took a while but at last details of the story of the new Dreamworks animated film have now been released by Hasbro toys: "Eris, the terrifying goddess of Chaos, has stolen the Book of Peace and framed Sinbad for the crime! To prove his innocence, Sinbad journeys to the realm beyond the world to steal back the book. Eris tries to stop him by sending horrific beasts to attack him. One of the monsters she call down from the sky is Scorpius, an enormous scorpion with crushing claws; another is Serpens, a huge, slithering serpent from the sky; and a third one is the chilling Roc, a 40-foot tall bird of prey that is made entirely of ice and snow. Will Sinbad defeat all the monsters and reclaim the Book of Peace from the powerful goddess?".

[18.02.2003] Bei DreamWorks SKG Fansite gibt es eine Kritik zu DreamWorks' "Sinbad" von Milo...
[...] I saw a preliminary version of this movie over the weekend. The music wasn't final, and the animation wasn't done (lots of rough pencil-sketched characters, and stationary backgrounds). It is a very good show; my kids enjoyed it quite a lot, too, and are looking forward to the final cut of the movie. There are no characters breaking out into song, and I really don't see a place for Spirit's type of song (it worked because the main characters didn't speak, if you ask me). Overall, a really solid picture from Dreamworks. We all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.

[28.12.2002] Bei Latino Review gibt es 2 neuer Bilder aus DreamWorks' "Sinbad"... Übrigens: Die Offizielle Website ist gestartet, bietet aber noch nicht sonderlich viel... *g*

[23.12.2002] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Die Zeichentrickfiguren von "Sinbad - Der Herr der 7 Meere", der derzeit von Tim Johnson und Patrick Gilmore für DreamWorks inszeniert wird, bekommen im Original berühmte Sprecher. Brad Pitt spricht den tollkühnsten Helden der sieben Weltmeere Sinbad, Catherine Zeta-Jones leiht der schönen Marina, der Gefährtin des Abenteurers, ihre Stimme. Beide kämpfen gegen die mächtige Göttin des Chaos, gesprochen von Michelle Pfeiffer, um das heilige Buch des Friedens und das Leben von Sinbads bestem Freund - und gleichzeitig gefährlichstem Gegner - Proteus (Joseph Fiennes) zu retten. Das Drehbuch stammt von John Logan ("Gladiator"), um die Produktion kümmern sich Mireille Soria und Jeffrey Katzenberg. In den USA wird der Film Anfang, in Deutschland Ende Juli 2003 in die Kinos kommen.

[03.10.2002] Bei USA Today gibt es ein Bild von DreamWorks' "Sinbad"...

[24.06.2002] Spiegel Online sprach mit Katzenberg, u.a. über "Sindbad"...
[...] SPIEGEL ONLINE: Auch Ihr kommendes Projekt "Sindbad" soll in 2D realisiert werden.
Katzenberg: Ja. Es soll eine Hommage an meinen Partner Steven Spielberg werden. Ich versuche, eine Art "Indiana Jones" des Trickfilms zu machen. [...]


[17.06.2002] Bei Animated Movies gibt es erste Bilder aus DreamWorks' animiertem "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas"...

[11.06.2002] Die LA Times meldet...
DreamWorks said it awarded Hasbro Inc. the main toy license for "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas," the studio's animated movie scheduled for release next year. [...] Hasbro also will have rights to all clothing, vehicles, environments, play sets and other accessories related to the action figures. [...]

[23.05.2002] USA Today meldet, dass DreamWorks im Mai 2003 einen teilweise digital animierten "Sindbad"-Animationsfilm veröffentlichen wird... Mit den Original-Stimmen von Brad Pitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michelle Pfeiffer und Joseph Fiennes...

[28.03.2002] Dark Horizons meldet...
While visiting USC this week, John Singleton confirmed the working title will be "The 8th Voyage of Sinbad" and its predominantly set in China.

[14.12.2001] Blickpunkt:Film berichtet...
Columbia hat grünes Licht für eine Neuauflage der Abenteuermär von "Sindbad" gegeben, die als mögliches Franchise im Sommer 2004 vom Stapel laufen soll. Wie "Variety" meldet, steht John Singleton ("Shaft") als Regisseur des von Tedi Sarafian ("Terminator 3") im Stil von "Die Mumie" konzipierten Actioners fest. Neal H. Moritz, eigentlich auf Teenagerstoffe abonniert, wird als Produzent fungieren.

[14.12.2001] CS! meldet...
"Sinbad," the special effects epic about the good-hearted pirate to be directed by John Singleton, is targeted for either 2003 or 2004, and will mix the spectacle of period actioners like "The Mummy" and "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon."
Speaking to Variety, screenwriter Tedi Sarafian says, "We look at 'Sinbad' as an eighth century 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' on steroids, and John is charged up to do a big visual effects movie. After watching John's enthusiasm for the film and his strong sense of the character of Sinbad, I feel that he's a lot like where the Wachowski brothers were when they were known for the movie 'Bound' and made 'The Matrix.'"


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