Check This Out: First How to Train Your Dragon Teaser

September 13, 2009

How to Train Your Dragon Teaser

Love dragons? Then this is for you! DreamWorks Animation's next is How to Train Your Dragon, due out next March. This is another original project from the animation studio that last brought us Monsters vs Aliens. I'll admit I'm actually quite excited to see this, which is very rare for DreamWorks, but I'm getting a sort of Kung Fu Panda vibe. I just hope it lives up to that. Okay so this isn't really a trailer. It's a very short, very low quality, very basic teaser for the movie. I sincerely hope this isn't what they used to first introduce people because it's not very good, especially considering we've already seen some early artwork. Enjoy?

Watch the first trailer for How to Train Your Dragon:

Paramount has requested that the trailer be removed. Sorry for the inconvenience!

How to Train Your Dragon is the story of Hiccup, heir of Viking chiefdom and the most lovable, unlikely hero, and his quest to hunt down the fiercest dragon, bring it into submission, and pass his initiation.

How to Train Your Dragon is co-directed by Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders, who together both directed Lilo & Stitch before eventually hoping over to DreamWorks. Voices in the film include Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Craig Ferguson, Kristen Wiig, America Ferrera. Paramount is bringing How to Train Your Dragon to both regular and 3D theaters starting on March 26th next year.

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Looks lame.

Michael N. on Sep 14, 2009


how can you get ANY vibe from this at all?

crumb on Sep 14, 2009


Two words. Bum sauce. But in 3d.

Crapola on Sep 14, 2009



TTEX on Sep 14, 2009


Why does everything have to be in 3d these days. I like good old 2d.

N on Sep 14, 2009


Far, far away lived a beautiful Queen with voluptuous breasts, but Nick the Dragon slayer knew the penalty for this desire would be death should he try and touch them!!! The next day, Horatio the Physician made a batch of itching powder and poured a little bit into the Queen's brassiere while she bathed. The King quickly summoned Nick the Dragon Slayer. Horatio the Physician then slipped Nick the Dragon Slayer the antidote for the itching powder, which he quickly put into his mouth, and for the next four hours, Nick worked passionately on the Queen's voluptuous and magnificent breasts.

LV 426 on Sep 14, 2009


That Nick the Dragon Slayer would of been a lot more fun of plot to the movie than just to train yer dragon, unless ya teached or traind the dragon to skin up a Phat one or be a pimp which would of been nice :o)

LV 426 on Sep 14, 2009


Count how many times he said "3D" in the trailer!

casshern on Sep 14, 2009


Shrek and madagascar were absolute bum drainage...

NeoN on Sep 14, 2009


Omg 3D!!! *goes crazy* No thank you, but I guess the kiddies will like it.

Sabes on Sep 14, 2009


I'm getting tired of trailers that say "ride of a lifetime". If this movie is the best ride of your lifetime, you fail at life.

bracomadar on Sep 14, 2009


Could the dragon design be any more mediocre???

shadow on Sep 14, 2009


Listing off Shrek and Madagascar isn't helping this movie much.

Moe on Sep 14, 2009


I don't know how you all could give such horrible reviews, seeing as there wasn't a stitch of plot in this trailer. Also, you couldn't even see the dragon in detail. Also, there were no characters mentioned. I think it was a bit premature to start bashing this film. With some excellent writing, and cool animation, I could see this movie being really good. At least $70 million domestic box office.

Peter Parker on Sep 14, 2009


I think DreamWorks has slowly begun to realize that their past movies have been horrible, hence the turn around with Kung Fu Panda. Hopefully they will keep that energy going for this one. I have my doubts but I've yet to see anything that I can judge the entirety of this movie on. That trailer was horrible. Played like the trailer in Tropic Thunder for Ben Stiller's action movies (cant recall the names). HA

Jared H on Sep 14, 2009


I am hoping this will be great too Alex. I wasn't fond of Monsters vs. Aliens, but this looks to be better, like Shrek and Kung Fu Panda better. Hopefully.

Itri on Sep 14, 2009



xerxex on Sep 14, 2009


wtf? please tell me how this bs trailer excited you? maybe the voice actors will do it some justice. but other than that... it looks really lame -_-

luishungry on Sep 14, 2009



box3r on Sep 14, 2009



Trey on Sep 14, 2009


This trailer doesn't do anything fore me, especially because of that terrible "in 3D" crap. However, still lokking forward to this film since it's Chris Sanders directing (he was the writer/director behind Lilo & Stitch with Dean DeBlois). The only good films Dreamworks has made was Antz and Kung-Fu Panda, so their track record isn't exactly stellar. I would like to see this one work.

Mark on Sep 14, 2009


If you like Dragons, how is this a movie for you? It looks like crap and not to mention,t hat's like saying, "If you like vampires! Twlight is the movie for you" or "If you're educated in mythology and Wicca then Harry Potter is for you!" Ugh...alex alex alex. Dreamworks seriously needs to stop. The three movies they listed didn't help at all, although as soon as they said Dreamworks it was a dead deal. lol

Tra la la la la di da on Sep 14, 2009


Wow!! sounds very cool. Can't wait to watch it... by the way, it will be on cinema next year T^T

Dragon teacher on Sep 14, 2009


The story synopsis looks interesting, however, that trailer is very low grade.

Vandessa on Sep 15, 2009


#4 knows how to tell the sexual orientation of a movie! wow!! artificial intelligence capable of reproduction has finally been created. you heard it here first - way to go #4!

kalladin on Sep 15, 2009


Trains have a rich history of joining people within nations together. I enjoy traveling by train as it enables you to see the countryside. As a result I have become a big hobbiest in model trains. What fun to collect the various trains that guide the rich history of nations.

Frank Marino on Jan 9, 2011

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