‘How to Train Your Dragon 3’ is The Last Movie of The Franchise

Writer and director of “How To Train Your Dragon”, Dean Deblois has been very open about the third installment, since the production of the movie started. Even back in 2012, he stated that the release of “How To Train Your Dragon 3” is very likely.
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Eventually, this is going to be Hiccup’s last adventure, and the end will be in tune with original books. And Deblois has been giving us information about the movie since the release of the second installment on June 13.

When spotted at the Los Angeles Times Hero Complex Film Festival on June 14, DeBlois told us a little more about the upcoming sequel: “By meeting Hiccup at this later stage of his life he’s now dealing with an organic and universal problem that many of us go through at that stage.

But it is the middle chapter heading toward the culmination of Hiccup’s final coming of age.”

DeBlois said that he is working on a running outline. He wants to make sure that he will make an all-encompassing thread that will merge all three installments together. Another man important for the franchise, composer John Powell, revealed us that it is very likely that the last part of the story will be split into two parts.

Head of DreamWorks Animation, Jeffrey Katzenberg said that making a quadriology of “How To Train Your Dragon” makes much sense financially, because “How To Train Your Dragon” is one of the biggest hits, and audience would love to watch as many installments as possible. But fans will have to wait almost two years until the third movie, because “How To Train Your Dragon 3” is set to be released on June 17, 2016.

“How to Train Your Dragon 2” has officially grossed $500 million worldwide, so this is a good motivation for creators of the movie to make another hit that would be well accepted by the audience worldwide.

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