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“It was done a little while ago.” No reason was given for why the 27-year-old actress and the 38-year-old director decided to break up, or exactly when they stopped seeing each other.

The two ended their relationship the same way they dated — quietly. The corresponding flavor is featured in the first two films and will appear in the third film as well.

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Did you know Anna Kendrick and Edgar Wright were dating?

is due out August 13, 2010 featuring Michael Cera in the title role who loves his girl so hard he’s willing to battle her “7 evil exes”.

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Back in April, NBCUniversal announced its intent to acquire Dream Works Animation, thus giving the corporation another infusion of family-oriented animated entertainment to compliment the already lucrative Illumination Entertainment (the studio behind the , and more).

And unsurprisingly, this acquisition has come with expectations; specifically for what franchises NBCUniversal wants in active development.

According to THR, NBCUniversal plans to greenlight two Dream Works Animation films per year, a move that will likely let them keep pace with Disney, which, through their partnership with Pixar and their own Disney Animation Studios, is cranking out 2-3 animated films per year. The story at the time was “an incredibly frustrated shadow that years for a more dynamic life but happens to be stuck with Stanley Grubb, the world’s most boring human.” We don’t know what Wright and Walliams have changed, but I’m automatically on board with anything Wright does, and I’m excited to see his foray into directing an animated feature. Dream Works Animation head Jeffrey Katzenberg “is expected to pursue a technology-centric venture at the intersection of Hollywood and Silicon Valley.” There seemed to be an expectation that Illumination’s Chris Meledandri would take over DWA, but an insider tells THR that while Universal expects him to have some kind of role, “he is said to be conflicted about what that might be.” So why doesn’t Meledandri want the gig?

Sources tell THR, “It’s not so much in Meledandri’s nature to delegate, say associates; rather, he remains immersed in details of whatever film is in production.

He is so hands-on that he has an Avid editing setup in his office.” While Meledandri’s role remains in question—Universal presumes he’ll be involved with Dream Works Animation in some capacity—Katzenberg will oversee the current slate until the acquisition is finalized, which means he’s keeping an eye on the studio’s upcoming features It makes sense that NBCUniversal wants Meledandri to have a big role since his films have been major successes.

The problem is that is films aren’t particularly good.

An associate even told THR that Meledandri is “not trying to make [but] more populist entertainment,” and while there’s nothing necessarily wrong with populist entertainment, that seems to be code for making lazy movies. Pixar rose to success on deep, heartfelt stories with comedy that appealed to both young and older viewers.

Illumination Entertainment is a success because of yellow blobs that speak gibberish.

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