Speaking to analysts and investors at a media conference in New York this past Wednesday, DreamWorks Animation’s Chief Executive Jeffrey Katzenberg remarked that he does not see the animated film industry becoming too crowded, due to the variety of animated features being produced. According to Katzenberg, the “single greatest fiction” concerning animated movies is that the market may become oversaturated. “It’s not as though all of these movies are the same,” said Katzenberg. He went on to say his belief that besides DreamWorks and rival Pixar, not many other studios have the ability to release high-quality offerings, referring to Pixar as the “gold standard, which we are envious of.” Katzenberg declined to comment on Bob Iger’s replacing Michael Eisner as the new head of Walt Disney Company. Yahoo! Movies has more on the story.