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  • DreamWorks' bomb scare

    Yesterday work on 'How To Train Your Dragon' came to a screeching halt when the DreamWorks Glendale facility was faced with what was suspected to be a bomb. The studio campus was evacutated in the rain by authorities, the situation was investigated and cleared up.


    DreamWorks Animation employees flocked to Twitter to get the word out:
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    more on this story at:

    Suspicious delivery to Dreamworks prompts evacuation

    Glendale News Press > Archives > News > Suspicious delivery to Dreamworks prompts evacuation
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    Re: DreamWorks' bomb scare

    Could this be a preview of how the box office receipts for the film will look?
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      Yesterday at 3:46PM:

      Some people at DreamWorks were sent home today because of a bomb threat at the studio. They later discovered it was just the trailer to the next installment of Shrek.

      http://www.cartoonbrew.com/cartoon-culture/bomb-threat-at-dreamworks.html
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        This is a joke right? LOL. It was shrek. Definitely what I'd consider a bomb. hahahaha


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          Re: DreamWorks' bomb scare

          Actually, the Shrek films have done pretty well at the box office. "The Road to El Dorado," on the other hand...

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