8. "DWA will be going out of business soon" In response to Reply # 1
They can't keep having "semi" hits bookended by flops. Wall Street likes to see consistent returns and their revenue fluctuates wildly depending on the film. And they've had floor flops and write downs than hits recently.
9. "They bought a company called Classic Media with a" In response to Reply # 8
giant catalog of old TV shows and character properties (Casper the Friendly Ghost, Rocky and Bullwinkle, Fat Albert, etc) with the hopes of both making a TV network and making new movies based on those old characters.
Neither plan worked. No cable operators would buy the proposed DreamWorks Channel (and Byron Allen thought he had troubles), and we all saw what happened with their first film featuring their new stable of classic characters, "Mr. Peabody and Sherman", fared at the box office.
13. "I coulda told you it was beneath both of them from the trailer" In response to Reply # 12
It looks like something written for less established comic actors that someone at Warner Bros. read and loved so much that they went and got top-tier comic actors to star in it.
Just looked it up, apparently it's co-written by one of the writers of "Key & Peele". Maybe a four-minute sketch version of this with both leads being black (the concept as filmed will never-not be eyebrow-raising to me) could be funnier.