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NBCUniversal to Acquire DreamWorks Animation
NBCUniversal has announced plans to acquire DreamWorks Animation. The deal is expected to close by the end of 2016. (May 14, 2016)

DreamWorks to Release Madagascar 2 in 2008
DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg announced that the studio will produce a sequel to the computer-animated comedy Madagascar, which has passed the $500-million mark at the worldwide box office. (November 12, 2005)

Bee Movie Talent Announced
DreamWorks Animation has announced the roster of voice actors for its upcoming computer-animated comedy, Bee Movie. (May 18, 2005)

Mike Myers and DreamWorks Form Unique Filmmaking Pact
Following their collaboration on Shrek and Cat In The Hat, Mike Myers has partnered with DreamWorks Pictures in a unique feature film production deal. (February 22, 2003)

Spyglass and DreamWorks Announce Production Deal
Spyglass Entertainment and DreamWorks Pictures announced that they have signed a first-look, non-exclusive production deal. (January 3, 2003)

Scholastic and DreamWorks Announce Publishing Deal
Scholastic, a publisher and distributor of children's books, announced that it has been named the primary publishing licensee for DreamWorks' animated feature films. (December 13, 2002)

DreamWorks Developing Film Based on Comic Strip
Jim Carrey and Garry Shandling will team for the first time in DreamWorks Pictures' animated comedy Over the Hedge, based on the comic strip by Michael Fry and T Lewis. (August 23, 2002)

Production on Sci Fi Channel Miniseries Taken Set to Begin
Production is set to begin in September in Vancouver on Taken, an epic, 20-hour, 10-part saga from the Sci Fi Channel, Steven Spielberg and DreamWorks Television, and written and executive produced by Leslie Bohem (Dante's Peak). (July 13, 2001)

DreamWorks Acquires Film Rights to Terry Pratchett's Bromeliad Trilogy
DreamWorks has acquired the film and television rights to Terry Pratchett's bestselling fantasy novels Truckers, Diggers and Wings, known collectively as the Bromeliad trilogy, it was announced by DreamWorks principal Jeffrey Katzenberg. (May 2, 2001)

Business Week: Broken Dream for DreamWorks?
Ending a four-year drama, DreamWorks appears ready to abandon plans to build Hollywood's first new studio in 60 years, Business Week reports. (July 2, 1999)

DreamWorks Deals With Bandeira Entertainment
DreamWorks has signed a two-year, first-look deal with the independent production company Bandeira Entertainment, it was announced Thursday by DreamWorks co-heads of production Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald. (October 10, 1997)