Toothless and Hiccup’s next flight will take a little extra time to get off the ground. Universal has pushed back How to Train Your Dragon 3 one year, from 2018 to 2019 — just in time to mark the fifth anniversary of How to Train Your Dragon 2. Meanwhile, the studio has also set a date for Everest, an animated Yeti adventure from Oriental DreamWorks. Get the How to Train Your Dragon 3 release date details and more below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, October 13th, 2016 by Ethan Anderton
New York Comic-Con has been finished for a few days now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pretend like you were there by picking up some of the artwork from Hero Complex Gallery that was unveiled at the convention.
Right now the collectible art gallery has a bunch of new pieces straight from NYCC featuring Ghostbusters, Lord of the Rings, The Professional, Misery, Harry Potter, RoboCop, How to Train Your Dragon, The Fifth Element, Pulp Fiction and more.
Check out all the Hero Complex Gallery NYCC 2016 art available after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Monday, April 13th, 2015 by Russ Fischer
How to Train Your Dragon fans may have to wait longer than expected for the next film in the series, but there are TV adventures coming to Netflix this summer. Dragons: Race to the Edge just got a premiere date and a teaser trailer that also seems to be more or less the show’s opening sequence, in which Hiccup and Toothless lead the charge to explore more of their world than ever before. One of the main tools aiding that task is an artifact called the Dragon’s Eye, which also looks like the coolest movie projector ever seen. Check out the HTTYD Netflix series teaser below.
Posted on Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 by Peter Sciretta
Ethan Jones has created a series of compilation videos showing how various animated logo openings have changed and evolved over the years. Most recently Jones has released videos of the Walt Disney Pictures and DreamWorks logo openings.
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Posted on Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 by Germain Lussier
Screenprinted movie posters continued to explode in 2014. I drool over so many posters every year, it’s very difficult to pick favorites. With movies, at least you know what you like and you don’t like. Why something works and why something doesn’t. Physical art is more subjective. Some art just hits people one way and others another. Such it is with pop culture posters. Maybe I love one subject more than another and that makes the art seem better. Maybe the art is absolutely incredible but, if I don’t connect with the subject, it’s harder to appreciate. Long story short, ranking them in any definitive ways seems futile.
That said, we figured it would be fun to at least call out a few of coolest screenprinted movie posters of 2014. Fifteen personal favorites that stand out, for one reason or another, to me. Posters are are beautiful, unique and make me remember their subject in a new, vivid way. Check out my favorite screenprinted movie posters of 2014 after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, June 26th, 2014 by Peter Sciretta
Gallery Nucleus has once again teamed with Dreamworks Animation for an art show celebrating the company’s How To Train Your Dragon film series. The How To Train Your Dragon art was created as a tribute to the movies by artists on the film’s creative team, curated specifically for this art exhibit. While the show does have some beautiful original works of art, those are a bit pricey — so I wanted to showcase some of the more affordable limited edition prints they have released (available to purchase online). The piece above is my favorite from the series, TOOTHLESS ON TOP by Ryan Savas. Hit the jump to check out my favorite pieces from the How To Train Your Dragon art show.
Posted on Thursday, June 12th, 2014 by David Chen
I saw How to Train Your Dragon seven times in theaters when it was released in 2010. For me, few other films have taken better advantage of the IMAX format, and few have done a better job at conveying the exhilaration of flight. But beyond being a technical marvel, it also had a lot of heart and introduced us to one of the most adorable, heart-melting animated characters ever conceived, Toothless.
This weekend, How to Train Your Dragon 2 hits theaters. Could it live up to my impossibly high expectations? Find my video review after the jump.
Posted on Monday, April 23rd, 2012 by Germain Lussier
The How To Train Your Dragon Arena Spectacular just finished its first round of performances in Australia and New Zealand and is now poised to swoop onto U.S. shores this summer. It’s a massive, live-action production telling the story of the first film with 80 cast members and 24 life-size, animatronic dragons.
Previously, we’d seen some footage of those dragons but now that the show is up an running, a trailer has been released along with some actual footage. The show should be a good go-between to satisfy fans before How To Train Your Dragon 2 comes out in 2014. Check out the videos below. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 by Angie Han
By the time How to Train Your Dragon 2 hits theaters in mid-2014, it’ll have been four years since we were first introduced to hapless Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and his trusty Night Fury sidekick Toothless. Thankfully, we’ll have some other Dragon-related entertainment to tide us over in the meantime.
Cartoon Network is set to launch a weekly animated series called Dragons later this year that sees Hiccup and his pals working with the fearsome but friendly creatures, including some new types of dragons not seen in the previous film. Watch the first trailers after the jump.
Posted on Tuesday, August 9th, 2011 by Germain Lussier
How To Train Your Dragon fans won’t necessarily have to wait until 2014 to see their favorite characters again. Hiccup, Toothless and the whole crew could soon be flying into to an arena near you. DreamWorks and a live entertainment company named Global Creatures just announced that the How To Train Your Dragon Arena Spectacular will premiere in Australia in March 2012 before hitting New Zealand and then landing in the United States by June 2012. The show will tell the story of the first film but in a live-action setting featuring 80 cast members and 24 unique animatronic dragons.
Read more about the show and watch a video of one of the dragons in action after the jump. Read More »