How to Train Your Dragon – ToonBarn http://www.toonbarn.com Cartoon news from Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, The Hub, Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks, CG animation, anime, movies, or any kind of cartoons! Mon, 11 Dec 2017 08:29:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.8 4530339 How to Train Your Dragon 3 Delayed http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/train-dragon-3-delayed/ http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/train-dragon-3-delayed/#respond Thu, 08 Dec 2016 20:00:39 +0000 http://www.toonbarn.com/?p=78195 Fans who are looking forward to watching How to Train Your Dragon 3 on May 18, 2018 may want to temper their expectations and to readjust their calendar markings, as DreamWorks Animation has recently announced that the 3rd installment in the CG animated film franchise has been delayed to March 1, 2019. For those who […]

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Fans who are looking forward to watching How to Train Your Dragon 3 on May 18, 2018 may want to temper their expectations and to readjust their calendar markings, as DreamWorks Animation has recently announced that the 3rd installment in the CG animated film franchise has been delayed to March 1, 2019.

For those who have forgotten, or those who don’t want to forget on account of the long wait, here’s the official logline for the film:

“As Hiccup fulfills his dream of creating a peaceful dragon utopia, Toothless’ discovery of an untamed, elusive mate draws the Night Fury away. When danger mounts at home and Hiccup’s reign as village chief is tested, both dragon and rider must make impossible decisions to save their kind.”

No details were given for the delay, but in the meantime, you can look forward to DreamWorks Animation’s other projects The Boss Baby (March 31), followed by Captian Underpants on June 2.

Source: Deadline.com

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David Faustino came back to play the role of Dagur the Deranged, Chief of the Beserker Tribe, in the newest season of the How to Train Your Dragon Franchise. And we have an exclusive interview to share with you, conducted by ToonBarn Head Writer, Marc Morrell.

Dragons: Race to the Edge premieres on Netflix this Friday, June 26th. Hiccup and Toothless lead the Dragon Riders as they soar beyond the borders of Berk and discover the mysterious Dragon Eye — an ancient artifact filled with secrets that will lead them to new lands filled with undiscovered dragons. But the heroes find themselves pursued by marauding dragon hunters, who will stop at nothing to seize the power of the Dragon Eye.

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When you go to Netflix on June 26th, you will be able to watch the first 13 episodes of a 26 episode season for Dragons: Race to the Edge. No information has been released about when the other 13 episodes will be available to watch. One thing you should know is the timeline of the story, compared to the other seasons and the 2 movies. Dragons: Race to the Edge occurs 3 years after DreamWorks: Dragons, and 1.5 years before How to Train Your Dragon 2. So, if you saw the movie sequel, some characters may still be around, that didn’t survive the end of the movie. You know who I am talking about. No spoilers here!

We were able to screen the first five episodes of the new season, and we have to say that this season promises to have the most action, the most comedy, and the most adventure of any season so far. You can really see Hiccup starting to really grow into the leadership role he will someday be destined to take. And you can see his thirst to map out places he’s been and explore new places where more dragons may live.

And when we talk about action, adventure, and comedy, you can’t have those without Dagur the Deranged, a recurring character that causes turmoil for the Dragon Riders, especially Hiccup. Dagur’s obsession for victimizing Hiccup and taking his precious Night Fury, Toothless, has only grown as he has lifted weights and added tattoos to his body while he has been in prison. He thinks about nothing else.

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David Faustino has been the voice of Dagur since the character was introduced in Dragons: Riders of Berk. Before that, he was Mako on The Legend of Korra, Helia on Winx Club, and lent his voice to shows like The Batman, American Dad, Robot Chicken, and many more. Of course, he grew up before our eyes as Bud Bundy in 257 episodes of Married with Children on FOX. Now, here is our exclusive interview with David Faustino:

Marc: Hi David – How you doing?
David: Pretty good, how are you, man?
Marc: Great… Great, Great, Great! I wanted to congratulate you on Ava Marie. (David’s unborn daughter)
David: Ooooh, thank you! Thank you very much. I appreciate that. (Laughs)
Marc: What is her due date?
David: Eh, end of November.
Marc: End of November? That’s cool.
David: Mid-November, I should say.
Marc: I have a November 11th birthday, so, that’ll be pretty cool, she might be a Scorpio.
David: Yeah, my brother is a Scorpio as well. (Michael Faustino – 11/16)
Marc: Cool!
David: We’re excited – Thank you!
Marc: Everybody’s happy and healthy?
David: Everybody’s happy and healthy.

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Marc: Cool. Well, you are also involved with Old Scratch Radio Hour on DashRadio.com on Sundays at 8:00 PM ET, right?
David: That is correct. It’s a hip-hop themed show that we do on Dash Radio, which is a sorta giant base where you have 60 stations of every kind of music that you could imagine. And we are on one of their hip-hop outlets called SKEE 24/7. And, that’s S-K-E-E by the way. Not with an I.
Marc: Right.
David: And, that’s for DJ SKEE, and it’s a show that I enjoy doing. It’s just something I do for a hobby. Where I have all my actor, director, rapper, and writer friends come out, hang out, and you know, get to shoot the sh*t for an hour and play some music, and hang out.
Marc: That’s like your hobby or your second career?
David: A little bit of both.
Marc: Okay.
David: Kinda more of a hobby I would say, but kinda turning into a career somehow. (Laughing)
Marc: Yeah, so you’ve been pretty successful with it?
David: Yeah, it’s been great!! I mean, we’ve gained a pretty great audience across the world so far, so we are getting bigger and bigger guests to come on and it’s about having more exciting, different, eclectic guests. I just had Doug Ellin, the writer, creator and director of the Entourage series and the film. He was on last week. Yeah, we have some rap, we just change it up. We have from directors to rappers to clothing designers. So, it’s just a lot of fun. Sunday night hang out!
Marc: And you also had a cameo in “Entourage: The Movie”, right?
David: I did.
Marc: How was that?
David: It was a lot of fun man. I was just really grateful that they called me to be a part of the film. They were loyal to me. They put me in the show a few times. Then they had me back for the movie. They are really nice people, great people. Doug’s a really great guy, and Mark Wahlberg, who’s just always been kind and great to me. He came up to me at the premiere and told me how much he loved the scene. It was just a great experience.

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Marc: Cool. Very Cool. Alright. So for Dagur the Deranged…
David: Yes?
Marc: How’s DreamWorks treating ya?
David: (Laughing) I don’t talk to very many people from DreamWorks.
Marc: Really?
David: Well, I mean, they send me a check, which is nice, but I talk mainly to the writer, producers and creators of the Dragons of Berk show.
Marc: So, is that Art Brown and Doug Sloane?
David: Correct. Correct.
Marc: Yeah, they said you were hilarious in this.
David: Oh dude, Art’s the best, man! Art, I work with most because he’s more hands-on in the booth where we record.
Marc: Right.
David: He directs me a lot of the time. And he’s just great, he’s a great director. I don’t think that he’s directing the episode, per se, but he does some of the one-on-one talking with the actors and he does a great job at it.
Marc: Okay. Alright. so has it been any different for you this year going to Netflix then compared to the previous ones?
David: For me, it doesn’t change anything. I’m more apt to watch it on Netflix than I would be to even watch it on Cartoon Network. So the gig is the same, the location is the same. And I go in to do the same job I would do, and I get to see it on Netflix.
Marc: Okay, so have you seen any of these episodes yet?
David: Which episodes?
Marc: Well, we got a chance to see the first five episodes from the press screeners. And I was wondering if you got to see any of those episodes?
David: No, no I haven’t seen any of those.
Marc: Okay, so some of the stuff that we saw right of the bat was when you were introduced, you know, almost right away.
David: Aw, yeah. Okay.
Marc: So they wanted to catch up to what was happening with Dagur for the past three years. Obviously, he’s been in prison. Lifting weights.
David: Right, right, right.
Marc: So this happens one and a half years before the second movie, right?
David: I think that’s about the timeline.
Marc: Yeah, like the prequel to the sequel?
David: Exactly. It’s between one and two.

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Marc: Being that Dagur’s the Chief of the Beserker tribe, and he’s violent and extremely unstable, pretty much certifiably insane, what dark place in your existence do you pull from when you become Dagur?
David: Ah, well, you know, sadly, on some level, you know everyone would like to relate. I don’t know about everyone, but I can on some level, so it’s an opportunity to put that into something and obviously, he’s written tragically but very hilariously, so you get to go in and just put that into the character and yet laugh at yourself a little bit at the same time. And, it’s a lot of fun.
Marc: (Laughing) So there wasn’t any people that you ever met in your life or anything that you were able to pull this from?
David: Oh no, that’s all me.
Marc: That’s all you? (Laughing)
David: Yeah, yeah (Laughing).
Marc: So Dagur and Hiccup have this relationship where he thought there was a chance that he and Hiccup could go dragon hunting together, and hiccup sorta lied to him about doing that and then he found out that hiccup was in cahoots with a night fury and friends with him and everything. Dagur thought, “We could have been brothers, but you know you kinda went against me and you’re sorta my enemy now.” But he still continues to call him brother and that gets on Hiccup’s nerves, doesn’t it?
David: Ha ha, yeah, I guess it could. You know he calls several people brother it seems like, but I didn’t even really pick up on that, but I guess that you could be very right.
Marc: So, I was just wondering if that was ever gonna be something that just pushes Hiccup to the edge, where he says, “Look, I told you once, I told you a hundred times, I’m not your brother!! Cut it out!!!” And then, he just goes after him.
David: This could be in the future, but we’ll see.
Marc: Okay… (giggling). Alright, you have had the chance to work with many voice directors over the years, right?
David: Yes.
Marc: And one of the ones that we’ve interviewed in the past, and she’s just one of the favorite people we’ve known in the business, is Andrea Romano.
David: Oh, the best!!! The very best!!
Marc: Isn’t she?! I just want to know what your take is on Andrea.
David: Andrea is just a great person, first off, and second, a great director. She’s just fun to work with. She couldn’t be more professional and she’s lightning fast and if you are not prepared working on an Andrea Romano directed project, you’re in big trouble, because you know, she moves quick and I don’t think a lot of people are prepared for that, sometimes, when they go to work with her, and she expects you to be ready. So, I’ve had to learn that a couple of times when I wasn’t that prepared as I wanted and I was like okay, well you really have to be ready to go in and work with her, ’cause she’s quick. And then you know, when we’re not working, I’ve been out with her socially a few times and to a couple parties at her place and she’s just so much fun to hang out and party with.
Marc: Yeah, we’ve seen her at NYCC, the Paley Center, SDCC, and all these places that we go to, everybody just has amazing things to say about her – she’s the nicest, sweetest person in the world. But I can see if she’s got eight projects going on at the same time, how she could want to move things along pretty quickly.
David: Absolutely! While she is the nicest person in the world, she’s tough too. Which is what makes her great, I think.
Marc: You remember the documentary that came out, “I Know that Voice”?
David: Oh yeah, exactly.
Marc: She was on that as well, but there were other voice directors there as well. You’ve gotten the chance to work with people like Ginny McSwain. Who did you say was the current voice director that you work with for Dragons?
David: Well, they bring in, you know, various directors, so I think I’ve worked with two or three over there, however, Art Brown, I don’t know if he takes directing credit, but he works with some of the actors a lot. He’ll work with me when I’m there and give me different ideas on how I may want to play a scene, and usually people are wrong and yeah, he’s almost always right. So, it makes it fun to go in and work with him because he’s great in other ways of seeing the scene that you might not have seen that way.

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Marc: Coming into this season the producers had said that they would raise the comedy level on this season. Have you been able to see that with the work that you’ve been doing?
David: Oh yeah!! Oh yeah!! Very Funny!! Now, are you talking about the ones that you have seen or what you haven’t seen yet?
Marc: Well I’ve definitely seen some of the comedy. I don’t know why, but TJ Miller seems to get most of the good one-liners. But you do too…
David: I’m sure he does. He’s a funny guy – yeah.
Marc: Yeah, but I mean everybody’s gotten funnier. I mean, Fishlegs, Astrid, you know all of them. Just the fact that they’ve been able to go to a different place away from Berk, it enables them to loosen up a little bit because the dad’s not around, the elders aren’t around. You know, all that kind of stuff, and they can loosen up a little bit.
David: Yeah!! It’s just awesome that they have this group of actors still involved in doing it and I’m honored to be part of the cast.
Marc: Do you get to work with them or do you have do it by yourself?
David: By ourselves, because everyone’s crazy schedules.
Marc: Wow…
David: Yeah, we either see each other in passing, one of us will be coming in while the other is finishing, or at a screening, or a party or something.
Marc: So you don’t get to play off of each other?
David: No, not too much.
Marc: That’s a shame.
David: Yeah, but it still works.
Marc: But do you like it better if you get to have the other actors in there with you?
David: That’d be fun, but not always possible.
Marc: Right! Things have gotten a lot crazier these days for actors and schedules and everything, to be able to get together.
David: Yeah, it can be difficult. I mean, on every cartoon that I’ve been on, the idea is to try to make that happen as much as possible. But you know, rarely do you get everybody.
Marc: I want to wish you luck with the new season and everything. We’re getting to see the first 13 episodes of a 26 episode season right off the bat on June 26th, right?
David: Yes! That’s exciting!
Marc: And with the format that Netflix has, people are probably going to binge watch these right away.
David: Well, I would!
Marc: Do you know if the second 13 episodes still need to be recorded? Or are they already in the can?
David: You know what, because I’m not in every episode, I’m not sure exactly how many are now finished at this point.
Marc: Okay.
David: Actually, I can email Art, and check in with him, but I don’t think they are all in the can.
Marc: Well that’s great, and it was wonderful to get a chance to catch up with you and to see how things are going, so thank you for joining us on ToonBarn!
David: Thanks, my man. Thanks for having me and I appreciate you checking out my work.

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One of the pros of major studios starting and maintaining their own Youtube channels is that it gives them a place to showcase content that only they have access to. Case in point is DreamWorksTV, which has recently posted an exclusive deleted scene from the hit CG animated film How to Train Your Dragon 2.

The clip focuses on a scene in which Hiccup tries to teach Eret that Dragons like Toothless and humans can be friends after all. If you haven’t watched the movie yet, the digital download will be made available on October 21st, followed by the full DVD/Blu-Ray release on November 11th. You can check out the clip below:

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How to Train Your Dragon 3 Pushed Back to 2017 http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/train-dragon-3-pushed-back-2017/ http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/train-dragon-3-pushed-back-2017/#respond Fri, 05 Sep 2014 03:00:57 +0000 http://www.toonbarn.com/?p=50267 Originally announced for a June 17 2016 release, the third installment in Dreamworks’ How to Train Your Dragons franchise is suffering another setback as it has been pushed back to June 9, 2017, where it will occupy the schedule in between The LEGO Movie sequel and an untitled Pixar film. There are no details released […]

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Originally announced for a June 17 2016 release, the third installment in Dreamworks’ How to Train Your Dragons franchise is suffering another setback as it has been pushed back to June 9, 2017, where it will occupy the schedule in between The LEGO Movie sequel and an untitled Pixar film.

There are no details released on why the project was pushed back, but it’s certainly not due to poor performance of the 2nd film, because How to Train Your Dragon 2 was met with widespread critical acclaim and performed well in the box office (though it made $40 million less than the first film in the US.)

Source: Totalfilm.com

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Chinese Release Date for How to Train Your Dragon 2 Set http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/chinese-release-date-train-dragon-2-set/ http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/chinese-release-date-train-dragon-2-set/#respond Thu, 17 Jul 2014 03:00:48 +0000 http://www.toonbarn.com/?p=49269 According to a recent report by Variety, DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon 2 will be heading to Chinese theaters next month, which is not surprising as DreamWorks is already known to be eyeing China as it is currently the world’s fastest growing movie market. The report reveals that Chinese authorities have approved How to […]

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According to a recent report by Variety, DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon 2 will be heading to Chinese theaters next month, which is not surprising as DreamWorks is already known to be eyeing China as it is currently the world’s fastest growing movie market. The report reveals that Chinese authorities have approved How to Train Your Dragon 2 for an August 14 release.

DreamWorks’ plan to break through the Chinese movie market is well-founded, as the country has proven its box office mettle recently when it propelled Transformers: Age of Extinction to new records, pulling in $262.6 million since hitting theaters last month – certainly higher than the film’s domestic gross.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 has already debuted in most major territories and has already managed a #350 worldwide cume.

Source: Variety.com

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If you’re like me, then you have already seen How To Train Your Dragon 2 at least 5 times, and you are calling it the best movie of the year. If you’re even more like me, you want to spend more time in that world with Hiccup, Toothless and all the Riders of Berk. Well, I have good news for those of you who want more Dragons.

JumpStart® is announcing yet another monumental addition to School of Dragons® with the release of the iPhone version of the app. School of Dragons is a critically-acclaimed science education-focused 3D massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG) based on the How to Train Your Dragon franchise from DreamWorks Animation. The game recently won the 2014 Appy Award for the Branded Gaming App category, and boasts a user base consisting of over 5 million players.

The iPhone version of School of Dragons joins a robust family of platforms, including all web browsers, Facebook, iPad devices (available in the iTunes® app store), and Android-powered tablets (available in the Google Play™ and Amazon® app stores). In addition to these platforms, the game will also soon be available on the nabi DreamTab created by Fuhu™, a DreamWorks Animation-inspired Android-powered tablet.

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“From day one of our initial game launch, our fans have been asking for a mobile version of School of Dragons. I believe we have gone above and beyond in responding to these requests, as we are now available on multiple different mobile platforms — iOS, Android, Amazon, and Fuhu DreamTab devices. We continue to look at other platforms, and more ways to play the game are on their way,” said David Lord, President and CEO of JumpStart.

Adding iPhone devices to the list of platforms compatible with the expansive, 3D MMORPG world found in School of Dragons displays a great stride in the game’s overall development. JumpStart continues to widen the audience for School of Dragons by providing the game on a broad spectrum of mobile and web platforms, and will only continue to grow with time.

There will be new features available soon to update the game with elements that were seen in How To Train Your Dragon 2:

· Players can now raise and train multiple dragons, and house them in special dragon stables.

· A new educational quest based on one of the episodes from the How to Train Your Dragon-based television show, Defenders of Berk (Gronckle Iron)

· New “Flight Suit” item that players can buy for their Viking avatars — much like Hiccup’s Flight Suit in the new movie

The School of Dragons game brings DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon franchise to life through vivid, 3D graphics and highly interactive education and mission-based gameplay. The game is one of the first educational massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPG) to provide players with seamless, synchronizing mobile and web gameplay. Users can have their game progress update to whatever platform they decide to play on.

School of Dragons gives players an experience no other MMORPG can provide — players dive into a massive, live and immersive 3D world fully integrated with the famous How to Train Your Dragon franchise,” said JumpStart CEO David Lord. “This game is an extension of everything fans love about the franchise; it gives fans a way to make their interactions with the story and world a lifestyle, not just an average gaming session.”

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Because the game is already available on iPad, launching on the Android platform allows JumpStart to reach even deeper into the global tablet market. School of Dragons represents an integral part of the overall How to Train Your Dragon franchise, as it weaves into its gameplay storylines and features from the wildly popular movie series and animated television show. Also, as an active part of the franchise, the School of Dragons Android launch is closely preceding the June premiere of the How to Train Your Dragon 2 movie.

Since its initial web browser launch in July 2013, the game has garnered millions of users and avid fans.
The Facebook version of the game was released in October 2013, and the iPad app was released globally in December 2013. Find School of Dragons mobile in the following app stores: iTunes®, Google Play™ and Amazon®.

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GAME DESCRIPTION

The epic adventure begins from the moment players choose a dragon to train as their own. With hours of exciting, dynamic and educational content, School of Dragons is a gaming experience unlike any other. With the new mobile version of the game, players can take their game on-the-go with seamless online and mobile MMO gameplay.

School of Dragons prepares players to become fierce Viking adventurers and skilled dragon trainers. Not only do players forge a lasting and meaningful bond with their dragon, but they will also learn basic scientific method concepts through engaging activities such as farming, fishing, and more.

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KEY FEATURES

• Train with How to Train Your Dragon characters
Hiccup, Toothless and the rest of characters you love from the How to Train Your Dragon franchise will guide you throughout the entire game!

• Cross-platform, social gameplay
Experience the game through your web browser, Facebook, and now — mobile! Enjoy seamless online and mobile gameplay wherever you are.

• Learn the scientific method in a “fiery” way
Science has never been more fun than with School of Dragons! Farm, fish, and use basic and essential scientific principles to complete tasks in-game.

• Extensive customization and socializing options
Players can customize their personal avatars with hundreds of different features, making possible thousands of unique characters in-game. Also, connect with fellow dragon trainers through exclusive Viking clans, chatting, messaging, and more!

• Experience thrilling dragon-racing competition
Players can race against their fellow dragon trainers and see whose dragon is the fiercest in the Land of Berk!

• Hours of entertaining, mission-based gameplay
Complete each mission in School of Dragons in order to become the ultimate dragon trainer and Viking adventurer.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Online Release Date — Jul. 17, 2013
Facebook Release Date — Nov. 4, 2013
Mobile Release Date — iOS iPad Dec. 19, 2013/Android March 18, 2014
iPhone Mobile Release Date — iOS iPhone June 20, 2014
Publisher — JumpStart®
Genre — Kids Games
Online Platforms — All Browsers
Mobile Platforms — iTunes® (iPhone 4, 5, iPad® 2, 3, 4, iPad mini and iPad Air); Google Play™ and Amazon®; Internet Connection Required
Price — FREE with in-game purchases; Subscriptions

For more information about School of Dragons and the latest news, visit: www.SchoolofDragons.com

ABOUT JUMPSTART

Since 1991, JumpStart (also known as Knowledge Adventure) has set the standard in kids’ educational games by making learning fun, and has been designing games under its two flagship brands JumpStart® and Math Blaster®. Over its 20-year history, JumpStart has remained dedicated to producing quality educational products, earning the trust of millions of teachers, parents, and respected organizations such as Common Sense Media and The National Parenting Center. Also, the company partners with world-renown brands such as DreamWorks Animation to develop various educational mobile and web browser games, including Madagascar Preschool Surf N’ Slide and School of Dragons®, the ever-popular educational massively multiplayer online role-playing game. A subsidiary of Knowledge Holdings, Inc., the company is privately held and based in Torrance, CA. For more information, go to www.JumpStart.com.

ABOUT DREAMWORKS ANIMATION

DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. creates high-quality entertainment, including CG animated feature films, television specials and series and live entertainment properties, meant for audiences around the world. The Company has a world-class creative talent, a strong and experienced management team and advanced filmmaking technology and techniques. DreamWorks Animation has been named one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” by FORTUNE® Magazine for five consecutive years. In 2013, DreamWorks Animation ranks #12 on the list. All of DreamWorks Animation’s feature films are produced in 3D. The Company has theatrically released a total of 28 animated feature films, including the franchise properties of Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon, Puss In Boots and The Croods.

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Hollywood has this fixiation with trilogies, as many franchises are either pure trilogies or split into two trilogies, just to keep that magic number 3 going. However, DreamWorks wants to break form a little bit, as the successful How to Train Your Dragon franchise – originally intended to be a trilogy – might be getting a fourth installment.

It’s not set in stone yet, though. DreamWorks Animation is reportedly still mulling over the possibility of making two more films in the franchise, as revealed by composer John Powell during an interview with Collider.

“I saw Dean [DeBlois, the film’s director] in Cannes,” says Powell. “We had a premiere of the film there, and he was very merry and a bit drunk and I think it was mentioned to him by Jeffrey [Katzenberg, head of Dreamworks Animation] that maybe they would do four.”

“It might be good because he’s got a lot of story left to tell,” continues Powell, “so maybe splitting it into two will work, but I just don’t know about that yet. I’m supposing that at the moment, Dean has an idea for the third one and he isn’t telling any of us.”

Source: Collider.com

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DreamWorks Dragons Becomes Netflix Exclusive http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/dreamworks-dragons-becomes-netflix-exclusive/ http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/dreamworks-dragons-becomes-netflix-exclusive/#respond Fri, 30 May 2014 15:00:25 +0000 http://www.toonbarn.com/?p=48461 Netflix is poised to become the Go-To streaming service if you want big name exclusives. Their most recent deal involves the next season of DreamWorks Dragons, which is the CG animated TV series that was spun off of DreamWorks’ hit CG franchise How to Train Your Dragon. Netflix will start streaming the series in all […]

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Netflix is poised to become the Go-To streaming service if you want big name exclusives. Their most recent deal involves the next season of DreamWorks Dragons, which is the CG animated TV series that was spun off of DreamWorks’ hit CG franchise How to Train Your Dragon. Netflix will start streaming the series in all territories in spring 2015.

The series will feature both Jay Baruchel and America Ferrera reprising their roles from the movies and the previous season, as Hiccup and Astrid. They will be joined by Christopher Mitz-Plasse and T.J. Miller, voicing Fishlegs and Tuffnut.

The second film in the planned trilogy, How to Train Your Dragon 2, is due in theaters June 13.

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DreamWorks Animation has recently released a new promo clip for How to Train Your Dragon, this time providing a hefty amount of content: the first 5 minutes of the film. It’s a lot longer than your average teaser trailer but not long enough to spoil anything important.

How to Train Your Dragon 2 is directed by Dean DeBlois and will bring back Hiccup, Toothless, and the rest of the dragon riders. The film starts five years after the events of the first movie, with the video showing off some of the aerial stunts and brand new environments that will be brought to life on the film’s premiere (June 13.) You can check out the video below:

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DreamWorks Animation has just posted a new official trailer for How to Train Your Dragon 2, which is directed by Dean DeBlois and penciled in for a June 13, 2014 release. The trailer is a little bit heavy on the plot details, so if you don’t want the slightest bit of info spoiled, you may want to avert your eyes. Otherwise, check it out below:

The official synopsis from DWA:

The thrilling second chapter of the epic HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON trilogy brings us back to the fantastical world of Hiccup and Toothless five years after the two have successfully united dragons and vikings on the island of Berk. While Astrid, Snoutlout and the rest of the gang are challenging each other to dragon races (the island’s new favorite contact sport), the now inseparable pair journey through the skies, charting unmapped territories and exploring new worlds. When one of their adventures leads to the discovery of a secret ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, the two friends find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace. Now, Hiccup and Toothless must unite to stand up for what they believe while recognizing that only together do they have the power to change the future of both men and dragons.

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JumpStart’s School of Dragons® Now on Android, iPad, Facebook, and Web http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/jumpstarts-school-dragons-now-android-ipad-facebook-web/ http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/jumpstarts-school-dragons-now-android-ipad-facebook-web/#respond Wed, 19 Mar 2014 14:44:30 +0000 http://www.toonbarn.com/?p=46706 School of Dragons gives players an experience no other MMORPG can provide — players dive into a massive, live and immersive 3D world fully integrated with the famous How to Train Your Dragon franchise.

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TORRANCE, CALIF. – March 18, 2013 — JumpStart® is proud to announce the School of Dragons® game has just launched on the Android platform and is now available in Google Play™ and Amazon® app stores for Android-powered tablets. The app adds to the game’s existing, robust platform portfolio which includes an iPad app, Facebook game, and web browser game.

The School of Dragons game brings DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon franchise to life through vivid, 3D graphics and highly interactive education and mission-based gameplay. The game is one of the first educational massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPG) to provide players with seamless, synchronizing mobile and web gameplay. Users can have their game progress update to whatever platform they decide to play on.

School of Dragons gives players an experience no other MMORPG can provide — players dive into a massive, live and immersive 3D world fully integrated with the famous How to Train Your Dragon franchise,” said JumpStart CEO David Lord. “This game is an extension of everything fans love about the franchise; it gives fans a way to make their interactions with the story and world a lifestyle, not just an average gaming session.”

School of Dragons App

Because the game is already available on iPad, launching on the Android platform allows JumpStart to reach even deeper into the global tablet market. School of Dragons represents an integral part of the overall How to Train Your Dragon franchise, as it weaves into its gameplay storylines and features from the wildly popular movie series and animated television show. Also, as an active part of the franchise, the School of Dragons Android launch is closely preceding the June premiere of the How to Train Your Dragon 2 movie.

Since its initial web browser launch in July 2013, the game has garnered millions of users and avid fans.
The Facebook version of the game was released in October 2013, and the iPad app was released globally in December 2013. Find School of Dragons mobile in the following app stores: iTunes®, Google Play™ and Amazon®.

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GAME DESCRIPTION

The epic adventure begins from the moment players choose a dragon to train as their own. With hours of exciting, dynamic and educational content, School of Dragons is a gaming experience unlike any other. With the new mobile version of the game, players can take their game on-the-go with seamless online and mobile MMO gameplay.

School of Dragons prepares players to become fierce Viking adventurers and skilled dragon trainers. Not only do players forge a lasting and meaningful bond with their dragon, but they will also learn basic scientific method concepts through engaging activities such as farming, fishing, and more.

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KEY FEATURES

• Train with How to Train Your Dragon characters
Hiccup, Toothless and the rest of characters you love from the How to Train Your Dragon franchise will guide you throughout the entire game!

• Cross-platform, social gameplay
Experience the game through your web browser, Facebook, and now — mobile! Enjoy seamless online and mobile gameplay wherever you are.

• Learn the scientific method in a “fiery” way
Science has never been more fun than with School of Dragons! Farm, fish, and use basic and essential scientific principles to complete tasks in-game.

• Extensive customization and socializing options
Players can customize their personal avatars with hundreds of different features, making possible thousands of unique characters in-game. Also, connect with fellow dragon trainers through exclusive Viking clans, chatting, messaging, and more!

• Experience thrilling dragon-racing competition
Players can race against their fellow dragon trainers and see whose dragon is the fiercest in the Land of Berk!

• Hours of entertaining, mission-based gameplay
Complete each mission in School of Dragons in order to become the ultimate dragon trainer and Viking adventurer.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Online Release Date — Jul. 17, 2013
Facebook Release Date — Nov. 4, 2013
Mobile Release Date — iOS Dec. 19, 2013/Android March 18, 2014
Publisher — JumpStart®
Genre — Kids Games
Online Platforms — All Browsers
Mobile Platforms — iTunes® (iPad® 2, 3, 4, iPad mini and iPad Air); Google Play™ and Amazon®; Internet Connection Required
Price — FREE with in-game purchases; Subscriptions

For more information about School of Dragons and the latest news, visit: www.SchoolofDragons.com

ABOUT JUMPSTART

Since 1991, JumpStart (also known as Knowledge Adventure) has set the standard in kids’ educational games by making learning fun, and has been designing games under its two flagship brands JumpStart® and Math Blaster®. Over its 20-year history, JumpStart has remained dedicated to producing quality educational products, earning the trust of millions of teachers, parents, and respected organizations such as Common Sense Media and The National Parenting Center. Also, the company partners with world-renown brands such as DreamWorks Animation to develop various educational mobile and web browser games, including Madagascar Preschool Surf N’ Slide and School of Dragons®, the ever-popular educational massively multiplayer online role-playing game. A subsidiary of Knowledge Holdings, Inc., the company is privately held and based in Torrance, CA. For more information, go to www.JumpStart.com.

ABOUT DREAMWORKS ANIMATION

DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. creates high-quality entertainment, including CG animated feature films, television specials and series and live entertainment properties, meant for audiences around the world. The Company has a world-class creative talent, a strong and experienced management team and advanced filmmaking technology and techniques. DreamWorks Animation has been named one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” by FORTUNE® Magazine for five consecutive years. In 2013, DreamWorks Animation ranks #12 on the list. All of DreamWorks Animation’s feature films are produced in 3D. The Company has theatrically released a total of 28 animated feature films, including the franchise properties of Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon, Puss In Boots and The Croods.

How to Train Your Dragon © 2014 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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New How to Train Your Dragon 2 Poster Released http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/train-dragon-2-poster-released/ http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/train-dragon-2-poster-released/#respond Tue, 21 Jan 2014 01:00:28 +0000 http://www.toonbarn.com/?p=45335 DreamWorks Animation has just released a new character poster for their upcoming sequel to How to Train Your Dragon (aptly titled How to Train Your Dragon 2). The poster features the character Astrid, who is voiced by America Ferrera. The movie is due out in theaters on June 13, 2014. You can check out the […]

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DreamWorks Animation has just released a new character poster for their upcoming sequel to How to Train Your Dragon (aptly titled How to Train Your Dragon 2). The poster features the character Astrid, who is voiced by America Ferrera. The movie is due out in theaters on June 13, 2014. You can check out the poster below:

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The official synopsis from DreamWorks Animation:

“The thrilling second chapter of the epic How To Train Your Dragon trilogy brings back the fantastical world of Hiccup and Toothless five years later. While Astrid, Snotlout and the rest of the gang are challenging each other to dragon races (the island’s new favorite contact sport), the now inseparable pair journey through the skies, charting unmapped territories and exploring new worlds. When one of their adventures leads to the discovery of a secret ice cave that is home to hundreds of new wild dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, the two friends find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace.”

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Educational kids’ games dev Jumpstart has recently launched a new multiplayer online game based on DreamWorks Animation’s hit How To Train Your Dragon property, titled School of Dragons. The game will be the first MMORPG to incorporate basic science education features in its gameplay.

The School of Dragons MMORPG will give young gamers the chance to interact, play, and learn with characters that they have come to know and love from the film, such as Hiccup and Toothless. The game has players training their own dragons in order to become Viking adventurers, via key concepts in the scientific method through activities based on earth, life, and physical sciences.

“We are pleased to see the How To Train Your Dragon adventure extended in this beautifully crafted game experience that will engage and educate Dragon fans,” says Jim Mainard, Head of Digital Strategy for DreamWorks Animation. “This dragon world is a perfect environment for teaching real world scientific lessons, while delivering all the fun and excitement that How To Train Your Dragon fans expect.”

The game will be presented at a dedicated booth (#5566) at Comic-Con and can be played online (www.schoolofdragons.com) through a limited free account or a paid full subscription. There are also exclusive in-game content that can be unlocked by fans who purchase Fox Home Entertainment’s Dragons: Riders of Berk two-part DVD (which will be made available on July 23).

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Fox to Premiere DreamWorks Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury on December

Next month, Fox will be hosting the exclusive broadcast premiere of the holiday special DreamWorks Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury, which is spun off from the hit DreamWorks movie franchise How to Train Your Dragon.

DreamWorks Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury (1×30) was originally released on DVD and Blu Ray last fall 2011, and features a star studded voice cast that includes Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, T.J. Miller and Kristen Wiig.

DreamWorks is currently planning to release the 2nd and 3rd How to Train Your Dragon feature films in theaters on June 20, 2014 and June 18, 2016. The How to Train Your Dragon movies are based on the book series by Cressida Cowell. Future holiday specials and movies will also feature the voice cast listed above.

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Teletoon to Premiere DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk in Canada http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/teletoon-premiere-dreamworks-dragons-riders-berk-canada/ http://www.toonbarn.com/how-to-train-your-dragon/teletoon-premiere-dreamworks-dragons-riders-berk-canada/#respond Wed, 24 Oct 2012 15:00:58 +0000 http://www.toonbarn.com/?p=35354 This coming November 3, Teletoon will be hosting the Canadian premiere of the new animated series DreamWorks Dragons: Rider of Berk with back to back episodes starting from 8p. As a lead-in to the premiere, the channel will be airing DreamWorks Animation’s CG animated movie How To Train Your Dragon, which is the series that […]

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Teletoon to Premiere DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk in Canada

This coming November 3, Teletoon will be hosting the Canadian premiere of the new animated series DreamWorks Dragons: Rider of Berk with back to back episodes starting from 8p. As a lead-in to the premiere, the channel will be airing DreamWorks Animation’s CG animated movie How To Train Your Dragon, which is the series that Riders of Berk was spun off from, at 6p.

Dragons: Riders of Berk picks up where How to Train Your Dragon left off, with the Vikings of Berk and their former enemies, the dragons, now living together in peace. However, said peace is not without its hitches, as the dragons are still true to their nature and tend to stir up trouble from time to time, leading to some of the more grouchy Vikings to take exception to their presence. It is then up to Hiccup and his friends to work on a solution to the problems.

Teletoon (Canada) will air DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk regularly on Thursdays at 6:30p beginning Saturday, November 3, 2012. Produced by DreamWorks Animation Television, Art Brown and Douglas Sloan are show runners on DreamWorks Dragons: Riders of Berk. The series is co-executive produced by Sandra Rabins. Anthony Bell serves as supervising director.

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