Watch This: Third & Final How to Train Your Dragon Trailer
DreamWorks Animation has debuted one last trailer for their upcoming animated movie How to Train Your Dragon featuring the voice talents of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Jonah Hill, America Ferrera, Kristen Wiig, and T.J. Miller. I'm still hoping the movie might turn out as good as Kung Fu Panda, but I'm just not at all into it. As is usual with DreamWorks movies, the voices are all off (they just sound like celebrities), the character design is just bland and unoriginal, and the comedy is just stupid. When will you try harder DreamWorks? Or is that just not possible? Enjoy if you can.
Watch the third and final trailer for How to Train Your Dragon:
You can also watch this final How to Train Your Dragon trailer in High Definition on Yahoo
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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eric on Feb 25, 2010
Well theres good news here....Third and FINAL trailer for this lameass movie....Buuuuut its for the kiddies.
Cody on Feb 25, 2010
"As is usual with DreamWorks movies, the voices are all off (they just sound like celebrities)" So true. That always pulls me out of a DreamWorks film.
Mark on Feb 25, 2010
Why is it animation technology has advanced so far yet the stories haven't changed? With the exception of The Incredibles and WALL-E, it's the same old stories over and over again. A wasted of expensive tech if you ask me.
twittwit on Feb 25, 2010
i think it looks pretty good for a dreamworks flick
josh on Feb 25, 2010
The first trailer was bad. I mean really bad. This one makes it look a lot like a fun ride. Won't watch it at the theater, but I'll probably buy it.
Typhoon on Feb 25, 2010
I'm actually looking forward to this one
Duck on Feb 25, 2010
This trailer was far better than the rest. Still doesn't look brilliant, but looks like it'd be one of the more fun movies to get stuck watching while working at camp.
Emma on Feb 25, 2010
That last joke was kinda wierd.
YourGirlfriendLickedMyAsshole on Feb 25, 2010
This looks awesome!
budbud on Feb 25, 2010
it really impressed me!! The animation is awesome!!!
leinergroove on Feb 25, 2010
Looks pretty decent, actually. This trailer was way better than the others. I didn't like the whole "Pirates of the Caribbean" music vibe though, or the supposedly epic action. And the whole "everything we know about dragons is wrong, we could be friends if we just stopped fighting and worked together" plot is pretty lame and cliche. But we'll see.
Stephen on Feb 25, 2010
Seriously why does stuff like this happen? I'm looking at this third trailer and I'm completely interested. So I have three questions: 1. Who are these people that have jobs making the first and second trailer? 2. Can they be fired? 3. Can they be fired right now?
dRailer on Feb 25, 2010
wtf this doesnt look good at all...which is bad cause its usually not that hard to make a movie look good in the trailer. I know nothing about the story other then some kid befriends a dragon. The rest of the trailer is just random uninteresting shots. and i totally agree that the voices are off. Jonah Hills voice = epic fail (in this trailer that is)
rblitz7 on Feb 25, 2010
How dare they use that music?!? That's Clarence and Alabama's theme! >=O Ok, I am not really mad, lol. But that score will forever be associated with True Romance for me. It just threw me off. Kinda like Baruchel's voice. >.< Visually it looks pretty sweet, tho. Might give it a rent later on. I'm a sucker for animated films.
SuicidalOptimist on Feb 25, 2010
This a far better trailer than the other 2. It sounds a bit prodictable the story but it alright for the kids.
Cineprog on Feb 26, 2010
WHAT AN IMPROVEMENT!!!... the last few trailers were TERRIBLE!! and now finally Im exited for this... not Pixar exited but dreamworks exited... which is not that much...
Diego on Feb 26, 2010
I like this trailer! I'm going to see this flick. Is it predicatble looking? Sure. but it looks cute.
Scared S-less!!! on Feb 26, 2010
i like this. i'll invite my cat to see it since he looks just like the kid's black dragon pal. the cat may have a bit of trouble with the 3D glasses... and i'll get the dvd too just in case he can't make it.
the fly that came in from the cold on Feb 26, 2010
Wow. Actually looks kind of good now! XD
Lar on Feb 26, 2010
I would love for this to be the next Kung-fu Panda...but I don't see it yet. Also the "in 3-D" part killed it. @SuicidalOptimist I'm with you when the Clarence and Alabama theme was playing I was smiling...not because it made the trailer better but I was remembering True Romance. p.s. Gerard Butler's voice worked.
Xerxex on Feb 26, 2010
I like it and Im sure the kids will love it.
JimD on Feb 26, 2010
dragons have soooo much potential its lame how this and other movies like eragon are made -.- wheres hollywood brain?
galethog on Feb 27, 2010
I wouldn`t say Dreamworks had much to do with the plot since it`s based on a children`s book. The animation is stunning and the voice actors do a nice job (except for whoever voices Hiccup, his voice is pretty annoying and off-putting) so it probably won`t be a bad movie. Always a plus is the guys behind Lilo & Stich directing, which as lame as it`s initial trailers tried to make it out to be was actually a really good movie, one of Disney`s best post-Renaissance in fact.
Mr.Cookie on Feb 27, 2010
Honestly, the thing that really REALLY drives me nuts about animated films is just how every fucking one of them is made for kids. WHY!? Why is the US so far behind every other country on the fucking planet in terms of film, and animation especially? Asia, France - even fucking Ireland is doing more interesting shit than us now. Disney took animation to a whole new level, but ever since, all the US has done is copy his methods and his styles and his stories. It drives me insane. I'm currently producing an animated short, and I'd like to get a job making movies, but I'll be damned if I'm ever going to go work in some studio making shit like this. I'd rather work at McDonalds and make movies in my garage. Which isn't that far off from what I'm doing right now... But it would be nice to have a director actually use animation to tell a REAL story, and not pitch some marketing bullshit to toy companies. Even Pixar fails at this. Every great idea they have is dragged down by the family-oriented nature of their productions. It really pisses me off. The studio system in this country is 100% creatively bankrupt. Chris Sanders co-wrote and co-directed this, and if you check out the sort of stuff he does in his free time, it's not AT ALL family-friendly. He needs to get something like that produced, and not waste his time making family-oriented bullshit like this.
Squiggly_P on Feb 27, 2010
I Hope that this movie does not suck, because im really not a fan of the Shrek stuff, but like what Dreamworks did with KungFu Panda.
Trailer Talk on Feb 28, 2010
I hope this movie would be fun to watch..
anzelm on Mar 1, 2010
Something tells me this movie's gonna bomb(in the bad way). I agree, its so bland and not funny and plain suckish. Dreamworks fails again. >.<
Catz2 on Mar 8, 2010
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