Hiccup Is Back as Trailer for How to Train Your Dragon 2 Is Up
Glendale, California – Hiccup is back, alongside with Toothless, as shown in the trailer of the movie entitled How to Train Your Dragon 2.
Jay Baruchel, the same man who voiced Hiccup, will do it again this time. The 2010 version of the movie came out to be a success and the entire production will try to beat 2014. Hiccup will be more concerned about his family in this sequel. Also, the story will feature more of the mysteries about the dragons. This will be a more exciting movie because they already have an established reputation.
The Mother and the Father of Hiccup
Like what was mentioned, the How to Train Your Dragon 2 will be about the family of Hiccup. The trailer says that he will be meeting his mother by the name of Balka. Award-winning actress, Cate Blanchett, was the person chosen to do it for the team. Her role is a cool mom, but she does not want anything bad for her son.
The other favorites from the movie will remain. Johan Hill will still take over the voice of Snotlout while America Ferrera will still be Astrid. Meanwhile, Gerard Butler, voice of Hiccup’s father in the movie, will have more scenes.
Most importantly, Hiccup’s dragon named Toothless, will still run the show for the both of them. Their adventures are just as fascinating and as mysterious as the stories about these creatures.
It Starts as the Classes End
Children, teenagers, and even adults will have all the time in the world to watch How to Train Your Dragons 2 in the cinemas, during their show dates. Dreamwork’s Animations already mentioned that they will premier by June 13.
The experts and the public assume that this will already be the last trailer released in accordance with Rio 2 and its advertising materials. At the end of the day, it still depends to 20th Century Fox on what to show next as they are Dreamwork’s solid distributor. Either way, they believe that this could be the biggest summer movie this year.
One of the good things about the trailer is that it showed that the makers of How to Train Your Dragon 2 did not rely much on the dragon-story. They proved that there can be more exciting plots about it, but without discounting the strength of the film. Are you ready to see more dragons this summer?