Steven Spielberg's production company Dreamworks is set to split from Disney, with reports stating that Universal is the most likely destination.
Universal and Spielberg recently produced a huge box office hit in Jurassic World, leading The Hollywood Reporter to suggest that Jaws and Back to the Future reboots could be next on the reboot list.
The final film from Dreamworks to be released under the Disney banner will be The BFG, which is due for release in July 2016, marking the end of a deal that's been in place since 2009.
Other films due under the Dreamworks' banner include anime adaptation Ghost in the Shell, starring Scarlett Johansson, which is set for March 2017.
Spielberg's next project as a director is Bridge of Spies. Starring Tom Hanks, it will hit cinemas in October.