Mason as Hiccup and Nico Parker as Astrid were spotted on the set of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon‘ live-action movie.
This is the first image featuring Thames and Parker together from the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ live-action movie set, which has surfaced on the internet. The filming is currently taking place in Los Angeles.
Directed by Dean DeBlois. The film also stars Gerard Butler as Stoick the Vast, Nick Frost as Gobber the Belch, Julian Dennison as Fishlegs, Gabriel Howell as Snotlout, Bronwyn James as Ruffnut, and Harry Trevaldwyn as Tuffnut.
Recently, DeBlois gave a sneak peek of the ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ set, praising the stunning shots and the talented crew. He’s excited to see them in action, and a new photo of Thames on set is revealed.
Produced by Marc Platt Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures, with DeBlois writing the script.
‘How To Train Your Dragon’ hits theaters on June 13, 2025, by Universal Pictures.
How to Train Your Dragon has begun production in Ireland. The movie is currently scheduled to premiere in theaters in the United States on June 13, 2025, breathing new life into the story that first originated in Cresida Cowell‘s books. Hiccup will learn how to take flight with Toothless once again, in a new version of the DreamWorks Animation classic directed by the same person who helmed the original.
Netflix has snapped up rights to Incoming, a comedy written and directed by The Mick creators Dave Chernin and John Chernin, in their feature debut.
First announced last summer, the film stars Mason Thames (The Black Phone), Bardia Seiri (Grey’s Anatomy), Ramon Reed (Just Roll with It) and Raphael Alejandro (Acapulco) as four high school freshmen who navigate the terrors of adolescence at their first-ever party. Among those rounding out the cast are Bobby Cannavale (Old Dads), Kaitlin Olson (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Scott MacArthur (No Hard Feelings), Isabella Ferreira (Love, Victor), Thomas Barbusca (The Mick), Ali Gallo (The Sex Lives of College Girls), and Loren Gray (100% Wolf).
Four-time Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke (First Reformed), Mason Thames (How to Train Your Dragon, Incoming), Madeleine McGraw (Toy Story 4, Secrets of Sulphur Springs), Emmy and BAFTA award winning actor Jeremy Davies (Justified) and Miguel Mora (The Black Phone) are set to return for Black Phone 2, the sequel to the hit 2022 Blumhouse-Crooked Highway Production-Universal production. A theatrical release of June 27, 2025 has been set.
Working on The Black Phone Screen Captures, after these are done. I’ll start working on For All Mankind and Walker. Also there’s a short Mason did and if you want to see it. I put a link in the career section, I am unable to embed it because of the protection the site has, but you can watch After Omelas here.