‘How to Train Your Dragon 3’ Plot: Story Focus On Hiccup! Spin Master Signs Deal With DreamWorks Animation
One of the top five U.S. toy manufacturers, Spin Master has announced that it has renewed licensing deal for “How to Train Your Dragon 3” with DreamWorks Animation. Spin Master has recently entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with DreamWorks Animation for re-launching the iconic preschool franchise “Noddy.” Spin Master has specialized in creating, designing, manufacturing and retailing innovative children’s entertainment products.
Spin Master is all set to offer a varied array of toys including playsets, figures, plush, vehicles, games and more that are scheduled to hit the shelves in the next year. The pack will include other toys like “Dragon Toothless,” “Hiccup” and “Vikings of Berk.” However, the launch of new toy “How to Train Your Dragon 3,” including other flying toys like “Hiccup” and “Toothless” are slated to be released in June 2018.
“The Dragons franchise has seen incredible success through its inspirational and entertaining storytelling. With a new movie on the way, we are thrilled to continue bringing these amazing characters to the children who love them,” opined Spin Master executive vice president of global licensing, Adam Beder. He is quoted in a recent Spin Master’s press release.
Recently, Dean DeBlois, director of DreamWorks Animation’s Oscar-nominated sequel “How To Train Your Dragon 2” declared that a third movie installment is in the pipeline. He had given a little overview on what to expect on the third movie, saying that a sense of maturity would be imposed in the characters. “Hiccup” will be presented as a full grown up character who could stand on his own.
The globally acclaimed DreamWorks Animation is mainly known for making high-quality entertainment, CG animated featured films, television series etc. The company mainly produces feature films in 3D. It has theatrically released 31 animated feature films, which includes the franchise properties of “Shrek,” “Madagascar,” “How to Train Your Dragon”, “Kung Fu Panda” and “Puss In Boots” to name a few.
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