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DreamWorks to bring back Trolls

New big screen adventure planned after agreement with Dam Things for classic brand.
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DreamWorks Animation is bringing the Good Luck Trolls brand back to the big screen.

The firm has struck a deal with Dam Things from Denmark, with a number of iniatives being considered to bring the popular brand back into homes across the globe.

A new screenplay is being penned by brother-sister writing team, Adam Wilson and Melanie Wilson LaBracio, while Dannie Festa of Festa Entertainment will executive produce the feature film.

"We are thrilled at the great creative possibilities we have in bringing the Trolls to family audiences around the world across a number of channels, including on the big screen," said Alex Schwartz, head of development at DreamWorks Animation. "We look forward to working alongside Dam Things to build on the mythology of the Good Luck Trolls, while delivering the sense of adventure, heart and comedy that DreamWorks Animation is known for."

Calle Ostergaard, CEO of Dam Things, added: "We have been planning to bring the Good Luck Troll toy line back into homes around the world, and we are excited to see how the talented storytellers and artists at DreamWorks Animation will bring them to life."

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