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DreamWorks preps How To Train Your Dragon
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DreamWorks preps How To Train Your Dragon


DreamWorks preps How To Train Your Dragon

We’ve been on the ride that started at Shrek, headed towards Kung Fu Panda, around to Madagascar, and through Monsters and Aliens, but now the DreamWorks train is making its way to dragons! How To Train Your Dragon, which will run in full 3D, is the latest in a long line of CG animated films, set to hit theaters March 26th. Like Shrek, the film is also getting the live show treatment, but the concentration now is on the theatrical release in just a few weeks. We’ve been waiting a long time for this one, so we can’t wait. Check out a trailer to see the flick in action

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