History Creator / DreamWorks

15th Jan '17 3:30:39 PM Mdumas43073
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* ''Literature/TheGirlOnTheTrain'' (with/{{Universal}})

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15th Jan '17 3:30:08 PM Mdumas43073
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* ''Literature/TheGirlOnTheTrain'' (with/{{Universal}})
26th Dec '16 12:24:18 PM Xtifr
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* ''Series/LasVegas'' (with [[{{NBC}} NBC Studios]]/[[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Television]])

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* ''Series/LasVegas'' (with [[{{NBC}} [[Creator/{{NBC}} NBC Studios]]/[[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Television]])



* ''Series/TheOthers'' (with [[{{NBC}} NBC Studios]])

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* ''Series/TheOthers'' (with [[{{NBC}} [[Creator/{{NBC}} NBC Studios]])



* ''Series/{{Smash}}'' (with [[{{NBC}} NBC Studios]]/[[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Television]])

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* ''Series/{{Smash}}'' (with [[{{NBC}} [[Creator/{{NBC}} NBC Studios]]/[[Creator/{{Universal}} Universal Television]])
7th Nov '16 11:21:52 AM TheNohrianDarkKnight
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* ''Film/GhostInTheShell2017'' (with Creator/{{Paramount}})
13th Oct '16 2:04:18 PM Mario1995
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The [=DreamWorks=] umbrella may be brought full circle once again when, in April 2016, Universal's parent company [=NBCUniversal=] announced it would acquire [=DreamWorks=] Animation for $3.8 billion, reuniting the former division with its former parent once more through the latter's deal with Universal.

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The [=DreamWorks=] umbrella may be was brought full circle once again when, in April 2016, Universal's parent company [=NBCUniversal=] announced it would acquire [=DreamWorks=] Animation for $3.8 billion, reuniting the former division with its former parent once more through the latter's deal with Universal.
3rd Jul '16 2:10:11 PM Mario1995
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** ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun''

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** ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun''''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun'' (with Creator/AardmanAnimations)



** ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit'': ''WesternAnimation/TheCurseOfTheWereRabbit'' (with Creator/AardmanAnimations)

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** ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit'': ''WesternAnimation/TheCurseOfTheWereRabbit'' (with Creator/AardmanAnimations)Aardman Animations)
2nd Jul '16 12:07:44 PM Mario1995
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* Creator/DreamWorksAnimation films (1998-2006; spun off from [=DreamWorks=] in 2004)
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Antz}}''
** ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt''
** ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado''
** ''WesternAnimation/ChickenRun''
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}''
** ''WesternAnimation/SpiritStallionOfTheCimarron''
** ''WesternAnimation/SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas''
** ''WesternAnimation/Shrek2''
** ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale''
** ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}''
** ''Franchise/WallaceAndGromit'': ''WesternAnimation/TheCurseOfTheWereRabbit'' (with Creator/AardmanAnimations)
27th Jun '16 10:41:45 AM Mario1995
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See also Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, a separate entity (since 2004) that was founded by the same people, which is well known for giving Disney and Creator/{{Pixar}} a run for their money where animated films are concerned. As stated above, it will soon be reunited with its former parent company once [=NBCUniversal=] finalizes its acquisition of [=DreamWorks=] Animation.

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See also Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, a separate entity (since 2004) that was founded by the same people, which is well known for giving Disney and Creator/{{Pixar}} a run for their money where animated films are concerned. As stated above, it will soon be reunited with its former parent company once again when [=NBCUniversal=] finalizes its acquisition of [=DreamWorks=] Animation.
27th Jun '16 10:41:19 AM Mario1995
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See also Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, a separate entity (since 2004) that was founded by the same people, which is well known for giving Disney and Creator/{{Pixar}} a run for their money where animated films are concerned.

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See also Creator/DreamWorksAnimation, a separate entity (since 2004) that was founded by the same people, which is well known for giving Disney and Creator/{{Pixar}} a run for their money where animated films are concerned.
concerned. As stated above, it will soon be reunited with its former parent company once [=NBCUniversal=] finalizes its acquisition of [=DreamWorks=] Animation.
22nd Jun '16 1:26:04 PM Mario1995
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Unfortunately, those hopes were never realized. By the year 2012, [=DreamWorks=] ended up getting dissatisfied with the Disney deal, as shortly after the agreement Disney began putting more focus on distributing content from its newest acquisitions (Creator/MarvelComics and ''Franchise/StarWars''), and rarely promoted films from [=DreamWorks=][[note]]This could also have been affected by the departure of then-studio head Dick Cook, who was the architect of the [=DreamWorks=] deal, in September 2009 and his subsequent replacement by Rich Ross[[/note]]. In addition, [=DreamWorks=] had financial issues with underperforming releases (such as ''Film/IAmNumberFour'', ''Film/CowboysAndAliens'', ''Film/FrightNight'' and ''Film/TheFifthEstate'') and exhausted financing lines, and not only did they have to seek co-productions and international distribution sales with others like Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox (which would distribute ''Lincoln'' and ''Bridge of Spies'' internationally) to generate funds, but they were never able to deliver the full 30 film slate initially contracted for distribution by Disney. The situation culminated in 2015, when [=DreamWorks=] had a falling out with Disney executives and the studios decided against renewing their distribution pact (both sides claimed they parted "amiably").

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Unfortunately, those hopes were never realized. By the year 2012, [=DreamWorks=] ended up getting dissatisfied with the Disney deal, as shortly after the agreement Disney began putting more focus on distributing content from its newest acquisitions (Creator/MarvelComics and ''Franchise/StarWars''), and rarely promoted films from [=DreamWorks=][[note]]This could also have been affected by the departure of then-studio head Dick Cook, who was the architect of the [=DreamWorks=] deal, in September 2009 and his subsequent replacement by Rich Ross[[/note]]. In addition, [=DreamWorks=] had financial issues with underperforming releases (such as ''Film/IAmNumberFour'', ''Film/CowboysAndAliens'', ''Film/FrightNight'' and ''Film/TheFifthEstate'') and exhausted financing lines, and not only did they have to seek co-productions and international distribution sales with others like Creator/TwentiethCenturyFox (which would distribute ''Lincoln'' and ''Bridge of Spies'' internationally) to generate funds, but they were never able to deliver the full 30 film slate initially contracted for distribution by Disney. The situation culminated in 2015, when [=DreamWorks=] had a falling out with Disney executives and the studios decided against renewing their distribution pact (both sides claimed they parted "amiably").
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