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The "How to Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular" is a new and exciting live show that will bring the magic of this hit Dreamworks movie up close to you. This innovative show is traveling to cities around the world giving millions the chance to be part of the magic. Brought to you by the same team that created the widely acclaimed "Walking with Dinosaurs" live arena show, the "How to Train Your Dragon" show will take things to the next level by offering an engaging show featuring dozens of life-like and life-sized dragons from the Dreamworks movie. Fans of the movie are sure to enjoy this show which features things not seen in the movie which are sure to please.

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As many DreamWorks animation fans are probably aware already, the Penguins from the widely popular Madagascar movies will be getting their own movie which opens Thanksgiving time on November 26, 2014. This follows a successful three season line-up of episodes of the award-winning Penguins of Madagascar TV series presently airing on Nickelodeon. The new movie, simply titled The Penguins of Madagascar, is positioned as a sequel to Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted and follows the exploits of Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private as they engage in a spy thriller adventure. They team up with members of the North Wind –…Read more

We’re just a week away from the premiere of How to Train Your Dragon 2 in theaters, and die-hard fans who can’t get enough of the exploits of Hiccup, Toothless and the gang should know they’ll be able to get more doses of Vikings and dragons when the DreamWorks Dragons animated TV series moves over to Netflix in 2015 for more new episodes. This will be third season of the highly successful series that previously aired on Cartoon Network for its first two seasons. The series will be available to all Netflix members in all territories that Netflix serves beginning…Read more

For the first time in history, a dragon has appeared on the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival! Just prior to the premiere of How to Train Your Dragon 2 at the festival, the principal voice cast consisting of Jay Baruchel (Hiccup), America Ferrera (Astrid), Cate Blanchett (Valka), Djimon Hounsou (Drago Bludvist), Kit Harington (Eret), along with director Dean DeBlois and producer Jeffrey Kratzenberg walked the red carpet to the premiere when Toothless suddenly walked out to join the group for photos. Toothless seemed quite at home and happy basking in the limelight and was even sporting a red bow tie for the…Read more

The new villain in How to Train Your Dragon 2 is Drago Bludvist, voiced by veteran actor Djimon Hounsou. When first approached by director Dean DeBlois about the part, Djimon recalls, “He gave me the name of my character and that was enough. I didn’t need a story… Just the name in itself said so much.” Nominated for two Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor, along with numerous other nominations and acting awards, Djimon has appeared in nearly three dozen productions including Stargate, Eragon, Lara Croft Tomb Raider, and will appear in the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy and Fast &…Read more

DreamWorks has released two behind-the-scenes featurettes for the upcoming premiere of How to Train Your Dragon 2, featuring writer/director Dean DeBlois, Jay Baruchel (voice of Hiccup), America Ferrera (voice of Astrid), Gerard Butler (voice of Stoick), Craig Ferguson (voice of Gobber) and Cate Blanchett (voice of Valka). Note that these featurettes contain clips from the movie that may be considered mild spoilers. “One thing I wanted to introduce into this movie is Hiccup discovers this mysterious vigilante who is, in fact, his mother,” says writer/director Dean DeBlois. DeBlois co-wrote and co-directed the first How to Train Your Dragon movie with Chris Sanders…Read more