Hiccup And Toothless Show The Khaleesi How It's Done In New 'How To Train Your Dragon 2' Trailer
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Hiccup And Toothless Show The Khaleesi How It's Done In The 'How To Train Your Dragon 2' Trailer

By Joanna Robinson | Trailers | December 19, 2013 | Comments ()

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All the old familiar faces and voices are back for the How To Train Your Dragon sequel including Jay Baruchel’s squeaky Hiccup, America Ferrara’s sassy Astrid and Jonah Hill’s Eddie Haskell-esque Snoutlout. But there are a few new additions. Most notably Cate Blanchett as, well, I won’t ruin the surprise. The trailer holds you in suspense for all of 30 seconds. The addition of Djimon Hounsou as the terrifying Drago Bludvist and the large-scale battle scenes teased in the trailer indicate that this sequel might be suitable for a slightly older crowd.

There are currently 12 books in Cressida Crowell’s fantastic “How To Train Your Dragon” series so there’s plenty of material for sequels galore with a third film already scheduled for a 2016 release.

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  • This looks fucking GORGEOUS. That first movie was breathtaking enough, and it looks like they've only improved on the animation and story and I CAN'T FREAKING WAIT.

  • Ben

    Kind of bummed that they spoiled that reveal in the trailer, (The dreamworks staff that worked on the movie are pretty livid about it since it is supposed to be a major twist in the actual film)


  • malechai

    One of my proudest things is that I introduced my nephew to the first movie. He was all "SPIDERMAN"! prior. Which, fine. But after I "made" him watch HTTYD he looked at me with that little face and was all "Auntie, that was a VERY good movie!", full of wonder. /bliss!

  • Karlew

    I love Toothless so much.

  • Pentadactyl

    There's also this, from a few months back


  • Wrestling Fan

    I cannot wait! I was blown away by the quality of the first one. The tv show has been very well written and acted, too. But this preview has me absolutely stoked!

  • Lauren_Lauren

    THERE'S A TV SERIES?!! How did I not know this?! Thank you!

  • Wrestling Fan

    Dragons: Riders of Berk
    It's on Cartoon Network. About half of the movie cast, including Hiccup and Astrid, do the voices on the show.

  • BlackRabbit

    This pleases me. All of it may continue.

  • MrFrye

    No one shows the Khaleesi how it's done.

  • the_wakeful

    I was 100% convinced that Toothless was going to die at the end of this, until you mentioned there were 12 books. Maybe there's a Toothless 2?

  • idgiepug

    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the books have almost nothing in common with the films other than the characters' names. The book version of Toothless is actually a toothless little whiner, a wimp of a dragon who makes Hiccup genuinely miserable at times. I LOVE the film, but I've always kind of wished someone would make a movie based on the actual books.

  • annie

    Listening to David Tennant read the audiobook version of the books is a million times better than any faithful movie adaptation could ever be.

  • NateMan

    Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes! I so can't wait.

  • Lauren_Lauren

    OMG, Toothless laughing. I die, I am dead now.

  • BobbFrapples

    So happy...can't stop smiling...*faints from facial spasms of joy*

  • bastich


  • Pants-are-a-must

    WHEN IS IT COMING OUT? WHEN? I have so sorely missed my favorite cat dragon!

  • Sara_Tonin00

    You should see the live show - I had a conflict the day I could've gotten comp tickets, but I would've gone to Long Island and dealth with Long Island families to see this:


  • Ben

    I saw it when it was in aus, the live show is fucking oustanding and I can't reccomend it highly enough.

    There's also a tv show if you're after more of HTTYD. It's allright, not great though.

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