Time Warner Cable over on YouTube have posted a new clip for the next How To Train Your Dragon film.
This clip has little new material that we haven’t already seen from the trailers but naturally, if you are wanting to go to into the film blind, do not read on or watch the clip!
The new clip sees Valka, Hiccup’s mother, and Hiccup bonding and discovering they are very much a like whilst Cloud Jumper and Toothless act adorably in the snow. Watch it here:
How To Train Your Dragon 2 is due out July 4th here in the UK and June 13th in the US.
No major spoilers here but if you want to go into the film blind, do not read this!
How To Train Your Dragon 2 is due out in the UK on July 4th.
Dreamworks has posted a new clip for the next How To Train Your Dragon film on YouTube!
In the video featuring Valka, Hiccup’s mum, and Cloudjumper, a new type of dragon, Hiccup discovers the Dragon Sanctuary she has lived in for 20 years. Explore it as well here:
Dreamworks has yet again posted a new clip for the second Dragons film on YouTube, apparently determined to up the hype for the film.
The clip shows the gang and Gobber riding baby Nadders and struggling to keep control whilst exchanging some banter. There’s not much to really draw out from this clip so no real spoilers. You can watch it right here:
It seems Dreamworks is determined to seriously hype up How To Train Your Dragon 2 as they have released yet another short clip from the new film!
This is the first time we actually see and hear anything from Eret, a new character in the film. Watch the clip here:
I wonder if Toothless plays fetch like Storm Fly?
Dreamworks has released a new clip from the new film.
Dragon racing is the new sport of Berk, which seems to include scoring goals with sheep! No spoilers here! Just the poor sheep from the isle of Berk not getting a break!
Check out the new clip over on Berk’s Grapevine at http://www.berksgrapevine.com/2014/04/one-minute-clip-black-sheep.html
If you are heading to the Cannes Film Festival, you might be in for a treat. How To Train Your Dragon 2 is set to have its world première at the festival! Find out more and what else has been selected for Cannes at http://www.festival-cannes.fr/en/article/60533.html.