Check This Out: Teaser Poster for How to Train Your Dragon

October 28, 2009
Source: IMPAwards

How to Train Your Dragon

Is everyone excited for the new DreamWorks Animation movie?! Okay, okay, I'm joking, and I know there isn't much to this poster, but I thought it was worth featuring anyway. Our friends at IMPAwards found the first official teaser poster for DreamWorks Animation's How to Train Your Dragon, their next movie due out in March. It's very bland for a teaser poster and I'm a bit confused - is this movie about real people or is it about dragons? As far as I can remember, it's about a kid who must hunt and tame the most fiercest dragon of all, right? Um, something like that. Maybe we'll get a trailer soon? Who knows? Check this out!

Poster has been removed at the request of Paramount. Sorry guys!

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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Dragon(s)? Good enough for me, I'll be there!

David Banner on Oct 28, 2009


Am I crazy or is this implying that dragons poop fire?

dRailer on Oct 28, 2009


Can't wait, I love those bland generic looking maquettes and it's in 3d too!

Crapola on Oct 28, 2009


The character designs look like shit. So no, I'm not interested.

shadow on Oct 28, 2009


It's CHRIS SANDERS, of course I'm excited.

Tristan on Oct 28, 2009


There is a trailer on the Monsters Vs.Aliens dvd.Its hidden thoug on the main menu

Jack on Oct 28, 2009


looks like another Dreamworks flop in the making. may they prove me wrong.

dave13 on Oct 28, 2009


Take a lot at an article and short clip of the movie that showed up on the net earlier in October - Quote: "The best thing about the clip (below) was the richness of the animation: the human and dragon characters all had highly expressive faces and body language, and were rendered with great fluidity and richness."

a dragon lover on Oct 28, 2009



Fisherr on Oct 29, 2009

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