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"Show business has not changed dramatically since Edison first put holes in the sides of celluloid," says Hanks. "Yet in one big factor things will be different: everybody decries the fact that the lawyers and accountants took over the studios, and here's a studio that at its very core will not be run that way." The DreamWorkers are aware that for all their finesse as financiers, it's an embracing vision that makes the engine run. Sure, a mogul like Katzenberg can put in 16 hours making deals at the office. But at the end of the day, he's got to dream.
--Reported by Jordan Bonfante, Adam Cohen and Jeffrey Ressner/Los Angeles and David S. Jackson/Bellevue