Category: How to Train Your Dragon


May 18, 2024
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How To Train Your Dragon Live-Action Officially Wraps Filming

Principal photography for the live-action remake of How to Train Your Dragon has officially wrapped. Based on the 2003 book of the same name by Cressida Cowell, the film will tell the tale of Hiccup, a young, clumsy viking from the village of Berk. Hiccup struggles to impress his fellow villagers of dragon hunters and no-nonsense father Stoick the Vast, and makes matters worse when he befriends a friendly dragon. The live-action version of How to Train Your Dragon will reportedly follow the story of the original animated movies closely. It is expected to be released on June 13, 2025.



Feb 10, 2024
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How to Train Your Dragon on Set

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 VastNick Frost as Gobber the BelchJulian Dennison as FishlegsGabriel Howell as SnotloutBronwyn 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.



Jan 17, 2024
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How to Train Your Dragon begins

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.