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Hiccup, Astrid, Gobber and, most importantly, Toothless will find themselves starring in all-new comic book adventures in 2016.
While the sitcom icon enjoys new successes voicing animated characters and tweaking his Hollywood image, he may yet return to his most famous role.
Executive Producers Art Brown and Doug Sloan discuss what lies ahead for Hiccup, Toothless and the franchise as the animated series moves to a new home for its third season.
"How to Train Your Dragon 2" director Dean DeBlois and star Jay Baruchel discuss the highly anticipated sequel and a love of professional hockey.
Renowned movie-poster illustrator Drew Struzan was honored by both industry peers and fans at a packed, standing-room-only panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Game of Thrones star Kit Harington is in talks to play a villainous warrior in DreamWorks Animation's sequel to How to Train Your Dragon.
New information has emerged on the upcoming sequel to DreamWorks' smash hit How to Train Your Dragon, with director Dean DeBlois calling it "quite epic."
How To Train Your Dragon producer Tim Johnson reveals a planned 2012 launch for the spin-off TV series and a 2013 release for the sequel.
Not content with being a kids movie that melted the hearts of many cynical adults, DreamWorks Animation's How To Train Your Dragon is about to make the jump from the big screen to the weekly grind of television with its new series on Cartoon Network.
The success of How To Train Your Dragon has galvanized an expansion of the franchise with a planned theatrical sequel, an arena show, a television series and an online virtual world.