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  • Please Feed the Animals - The Motley Fool 05/27/05

    Article from The Motley Fool - May 27, 2005
    Please Feed the Animals

    While most companies will be taking it easy over the long holiday weekend, don't be surprised to find DreamWorks Animation (NYSE: DWA) tossing and turning at night. That's because a lot is riding on today's theatrical release of Madagascar.

    After disappointing investors earlier this month with a weaker-than-expected quarter, it's time to turn our attention to the company's latest computer-animated feature film.

    It certainly won't challenge Revenge of the Sith for the top spot in this weekend's box office. A more realistic target may be the $46.7 million that the company's last flick -- Shark Tale -- generated in ticket sales during its opening weekend back in October.
    Join a discussion on this thread here.

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