They buy a bunch of land fit for a theme park.
They buy DW Animation.
Hmmmmm...what could Universal be up to...
They are a natural fit with Universal's core guest market, so should be good for them. Lots of good material for creative rides - unless its all screens, then 'meh, seen it all before' sort of thing.
Can't assume that Uni will now have Dreamworks Everywhere sort of park - they could have more there now but they don't.
I hope this doesn't mean that Busch Gardens will have to give up its show based on Madagascar- they can't afford to lose any more attractions right now.
Can hardly contain my excitement for four more screen rides of How to Train Your Dragon, another Shrek, Madagascar, and Kung Fu Panda. Have at it Universal Creative. Hahahahaha!!!!!
To the 3rd Anonymous and Dan, unfortunately, Busch gave up the rights to Madagascar last year, meaning they are fair game for Universal.
JuanJo.....here we go again with the Disney vs. Universal debate. Frankly, the 4th Anonymous made no mention of Disney in his/her post, and let's face it, both parks use screens way too much for our liking. They will probably continue to due to the cost of building such immersive environments. Get off your high horse and accept the comment for what it was.....accurate.