DreamWorks has announced they will be bringing the 1970s Sid & Marty Krofft television series Lidsville to the big screen. “Sid and I have had a longstanding relationship with Jeffrey Katzenberg and we’re excited to bring Lidsville to DreamWorks Animation. It’s incredible to envision a high-quality 3D animated movie being made out of one of our favorite shows.” said Marty Krofft. “Over the past year I’ve had the privilege of working with and getting to know Sid and Marty and I thought their brand of crazy kookiness would work well at DreamWorks Animation,” added animation veteran Conrad Vernon (Monsters vs. Aliens, Shrek 2), who brought the project to to the studio. Alex Schwartz, head of development for DreamWorks Animation, said “The Krofft brothers helped define a generation with the wildly imaginative characters and worlds they created. I am thrilled that Conrad is joining forces with them on the first animated feature film adaptation of their work.”