How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Trilogy Is Coming To End

By Neha Bakshi | 2 years ago
How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Trilogy Is Coming To End
How to Train Your Dragon 3

“How to Train Your Dragon 3” is reportedly said to be postponed to a new release date of 2017 by DreamWorks. “Dragons” is deeply inspired from the book series written by Cressida Cowell following the adventures of a young Viking Hiccup. “Dragons” is directed by Dean DeBlois, who has earlier worked on the second part of the franchise. Read on to find out more about “How to Train Your Dragon 3” updates ahead.

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Humans and dragons will feature opposite to each other in the third part as stated by the publication house, that implies Hiccup and Toothless will indulge in a battle. The situation becomes more hazardous when Drago returns to allegedly seek revenge. However, Cowell has revealed that the trilogy and book series will move in a different direction of storytelling but will meet at same conclusions.

According to Yibada, director Dean DeBlois explains that third sequel will feature why dragons are no more and is going to focus more on Toothless. Further mentioning DeBlois added that it will be definitely worth waiting since this might be the last sequel of the franchise.

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The movie was initially planned for release in 2016, DeBlois later explained he was too ambitious with the sequel but while starting work with ground reality it required more time. 2016 appeared almost an impossible deadline for the team to finish up with storyboard, screenplay, lighting and animation.

Cate Blanchett as Valka and Djimon Hounsou as Drago will reprise their roles along the main cast from the second film.

Photo Source: How to Train Your Dragon/Facebook

 

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Neha graduated in Electronic Media and has worked with Timea group for 3 years. She is passionate about learning languages and is certified French Language Expert. She joined MNG in 2015.