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Justin Timberlake & Anna Kendrick Sing For 'Trolls' In Palais First (And Jeffrey Katzenberg Last) - Cannes

UPDATE with details of event and video: After yesterday’s pre-Cannes Film Festival stunt for The Angry Birds Movie, today marks another first — and also a last. 263 more words

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Jeffrey Katzenberg Cuts Q&A From DreamWorks Animation Earnings Call

Here’s one of the benefits for Jeffrey Katzenberg from his decision last week to sell DreamWorks Animation to Comcast. He doesn’t feel a need to answer analysts’ questions in his quarterly conference call to present his studio’s earnings. 123 more words

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'Kung Fu Panda 3' Helps DreamWorks Animation Earnings Beat Projections

“Kung Fu Panda 3” and growth in its television business powered first quarter earnings at DreamWorks Animation, helping the film studio beat Wall Street projections. 484 more words


DreamWorks Animation Beats Q1 Earnings Estimates With Help From TV

How’s this for luck? DreamWorks Animation just disclosed better-than-expected financial results for Q1 at a point when — with its $3.8 billion agreement to sell out to Comcast… 243 more words

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DreamWorks Animation "Will Absolutely Continue" Making Toon Features In Glendale, Comcast CEO Says

A week after Comcast’s $3.8 billion acquisition of DreamWorks Animation, DWA CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg this morning held an employee town hall meeting at the studio’s Glendale, California HQ with Comcast CEO Brian Roberts, Comcast EVP and NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke, and NBCU Vice Chairman Ron Meyer in attendance. 391 more words


Comcast Toppers: DreamWorks Animation Will Stay in Glendale

Comcast leaders Brian Roberts and Steve Burke have offered reassurances to DreamWorks Animation staffers that they plan to keep making movies at the DreamWorks’ Glendale headquarters. 583 more words


Inside Comcast's Bold Attempt to Take on Disney With DreamWorks Animation Buy

Flush with cable cash and unbridled ambition, Comcast Corp. leaders Brian Roberts and Steve Burke pushed to acquire Disney in 2004 with a bold, and unsolicited, bid of $54 billion. 2,455 more words