HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON Sequel Officially Set for 2013 Release

Dreamworks officially announced today that a sequel to the highly successful How to Train Your Dragon is in the works for a targeted release sometime in 2013.

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The first film as grossed nearly $500,000,000 worldwide and the entire voice cast is set to return for the second film. Stars include: Jay Baruchel, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, TJ Miller and Kristen Wiig. Although news spread that a sequel was in the works since April of this year, the official announcement has now been confirmed by Dreamworks animation.

"Nothing could be more exciting for me than being charged with carrying this story forward, into the unknown reaches of Hiccup and Toothless' ever-expanding world."

"Ambitions are high with this epic next chapter, and together with an incredible team of filmmakers, we plan to build upon How to Train Your Dragon's originality, boldness and heart, in hopes of once again touching audiences around the world," said Creative Director Dean DeBlois.

How to Train Your Dragon was not only a smash hit at the box office but is one of the highest critically acclaimed reviewed films of the year. Check out the first film of this franchise when it's released on DVD and Blu-ray, October 15, 2010.

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Samaritan

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Oh I love this film. Can't wait!

Interesting John  |  Web Developer

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My wife keeps wanting to see this, she thinks it looks cute

SLCpunk801

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This show was awesome

Samaritan

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Interesting John wrote:

My wife keeps wanting to see this, she thinks it looks cute

Well, you should watch it with your wife man. I know Pixar is the one known for perfect animated films, but this is really on par with Toy Story and Up.

Interesting John  |  Web Developer

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Samaritan wrote:
Interesting John wrote:

My wife keeps wanting to see this, she thinks it looks cute

Well, you should watch it with your wife man. I know Pixar is the one known for perfect animated films, but this is really on par with Toy Story and Up.

I guess we're adding it to our netflix Tongue

tobulicious

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Dreamworks has been making some good animated movies. Although they've made some doozies, I really enjoyed Kung Fu Panda, Over the Hedge, and this movie. Cannot wait for the sequel. Was hoping for a second Kung Fu Panda, but oh well.