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'How to Train Your Dragon' sequel(s)

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  • 'How to Train Your Dragon' sequel(s)

    Storyboarding has begun on the sequel to How to Train Your Dragon, which is slated to hit theaters on June 20, 2014. Offering a progress report on the feature, its writer-director Dean DeBlois said Wednesday that it is being intentionally designed as the second film in a trilogy.





    Earlier this year, DeBlois and producer Bonnie Arnold revealed details about the sequel to THR

    DeBlois was co-director and Arnold producer of the original Dragon movie, which was released last year. Dragon co-director Chris Sanders is exec producing the sequel. Sanders is next co-writing and co-directing DWA's The Croods, a 2012 release.

    The first Dragon was nominated for two Academy Awards including best animated feature. It was one of the top 10 highest-grossing movies in the 2010 North American box office, and the film has grossed nearly $500 million worldwide.
    Storyboarding Has Begun on 'How to Train Your Dragon' Sequel - Hollywood Reporter
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