Disney, Dreamworks enter long-term distribution agreement

Just days after Universal issued a statement that all discussions of an alignment with Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks Studios had been finished, Walt Disney Studios has agreed to enter into an exclusive long-term distribution arrangement with DreamWorks. Disney will handle distribution and marketing for approximately six DreamWorks films each year — the first to be released under the Touchstone Pictures banner will hit theaters in 2010. Reliance BIG Entertainment, a partner in DreamWorks, will distribute the new company’s projects in India.

Previously: Dreamworks set to move to Disney?

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  • Rahul

    Good for Bob Iger; what a classy dude.

  • Michael Schaeffer

    Does that mean that the Transformer ride will be built in Disney instead of at Universal?

  • Chris D.

    That faint sound you’re hearing is Jeffrey Katzenberg yelling and cursing over this deal.

  • AvenueD

    Good Move for both companys

  • moviefan

    Spielberg is now having ties to Disney. Does that mean they’ll bring back Roger Rabbit?

  • Jim

    I hope they do bring back Roger Rabbit and company because I want to see Mickey and Roger in a show again someday for the Disney parks.

  • miashka

    yohhhhhhh thats bad that people do piaracy

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