The trailers for Dreamworks' How To Train You Dragon: The Hidden World have not exactly hidden the fact that the fan-favorite Toothless will get a female love interest of his own in the film. Already we have seen that the Light Fury, which is an appropriately white version of Toothless' male Night Fury, will be at the center of the film, and a courtship between the two creatures will be developed.
It will be an interesting storyline to see unfold, especially considering that the previous two How To Train Your Dragon movies have hinted at Toothless being the last of his kind. However, it doesn't seem like that will be the case for long.
Popular toy and collectible manufacturer Funko has unveiled the latest wave of Pop! figures based on The Hidden World, and they reveal a massive spoiler from the highly-anticipated film.
Yes, it sure looks like Toothless and the unnamed Light Fury will take their relationship to the next level and have babies. The new wave of Funko collectibles reveal three adorable baby dragons whose hides are mixed in black and white colors, making it clear that the black Toothless and the white Light Fury are their parents.
Some babies will take more after their father, with black as their dominant color or green eyes, while others more after their mom, either with their blue eyes or white hide. Right now, it's difficult to say if Toothless and the Night Fury will have only three children in the film like the Pop! figures imply, or if the wave of collectibles represents only a selection of what will turn out to be a much larger litter. However, one thing we do know for certain now is that Toothless will definitely not be the last of his kind anymore.
We don't yet know if the baby dragons will factor into the film's main story or if they will be introduced as a sort of happy ending for the couple of dragons, but either way, it seems like a pretty big spoiler to reveal before the movie's release later this month.
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World will hit theaters Feb. 22, 2019. Written and directed by Dean DeBlois, the film stars the voices of Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Kit Harington, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, T. J. Miller, Kristen Wiig and F. Murray Abraham.