How to Train Your Dragon 3 News


Dean DeBlois Talks HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 3 and Potential Spinoffs; Says He’s Talked Jeffrey Katzenberg Down from the Idea of DRAGON 4 – The How to Train Your Dragon franchise is a bit of an anomaly in the DreamWorks Animation filmography. Jeffrey Katzenberg’s company carved out its signature style with Shrek, a sweet yet slightly cynical, self-aware family film with a handful of jokes that only the adults may understand. 5 years 38 weeks ago via brucelee

'How to Train Your Dragon 3' Bumped to 2017

5:41 PM 9/2/2014 by Jeff Giles
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Successful animated franchises are worth their weight in gold -- but like gold, they're kind of heavy and rather expensive, so most studios aren't as quick to sign off on a sequel as they'd be with, say, a cheapo horror flick that makes a bundle of money. Case in point:


DreamWorks Animation Delays 'How to Train Your Dragon 3' to 2017 – While announcing that this summer's sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2 has crossed the $600 million mark over the weekend, DreamWorks Animation has also revealed that they will push back the release of How to Train Your Dragon 3 by a year. The third installment in the fantasy adventure franchise was slated to arrive on June 17th, 2016, but now the sequel will arrive on June 9th, 2017. 5 years 45 weeks ago via donnieyen

Dreamworks Considers More "Train Your Dragon" – Following the success of 2010's "How to Train Your Dragon," DreamWorks Animation's Jeffrey Katzenberg announced plans for a potential two further films in the series - effectively making it a trilogy. Now, upon the eve of the release of the much buzzed about second film next week, the studio may be considering going further and planning "How to Train Your Dragon 4". 6 years 5 weeks ago via jetli

Jeffrey Katzenberg on 'Dragon' sequels and how Marvel is DreamWorks' new competition – DreamWorks Animation's Jeffrey Katzenberg sits down for a frank competition about the success and failures of the animation giant including the future of the "How To Train Your Dragon" franchise. 6 years 7 weeks ago via jackiechan

DreamWorks Animation Weighs 'How To Train Your Dragon 3 As It Ramps Up Consumer Products

How to Train Your Dragon – It isn’t a done deal yet, but CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg tells analysts that his studio is “looking at” the possibility of releasing a third How To Train Your Dragon movie to follow the second, due in 2014. 7 years 36 weeks ago via brucelee

Dreamworks Animation reveals ambitious 12-film release slate

DreamWorks Animation – Dreamworks Animation has revealed an ambitious four-year, twelve film release slate in their new distribution partnership with 20th Century Fox. Titles included in the announcement are two "How to Train Your Dragon" sequels and "Kung Fu Panda 3. 7 years 44 weeks ago via donnieyen
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