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Whoa...i'm feeling lyk av watched it already...u guys av gotten me eager...i'll be waiting 4 it
this looks awesome!
Dreamworks track record for producing incredible animation art has certainly continued with this new feature. From the trailers I've manages to view everything seems to be fitting right into place for yet another box office smash hit! - We do have some great mountains close by so I'm definately thinking of buying a wingsuit....and parachute (unless anyone knows of a reputable dragon dealer)
Well Done DreamWorks Well Done!!!!
Woo, that managed to get me excited for the film. The flying is great!
It looks awesome, I just hope it can live up to the expectations that the first left us with.
Its got some big shoes to fill.
After successful performance in “How to train your dragon”, DreamWorks Animation is going to release the sequel of the film in June 13 2014, which is entitled “How to train your dragon 2” whose writer and director is Dean DeBlois. In this film, Jay Baruchel dubs for Hiccup, Gerard Butler for Hiccup’s father, Craig Ferguson for Gobber the Belch, American Ferrera for Astrid Hofferson. The plot of the film is continuous as the Vikings were previously landlocked on the backs of dragons. The entire Northern Hemisphere opens to them and Hiccup’s curiosity increases.
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