Is it possible that one of the biggest movies in recent years, How To Train Your Dragon, may be just the first in a three part series of films? Screenrant tells us more:
The meek but capable Viking Hiccup (voice of Jay Baruchel) and his loyal companion, the Night Fury dragon Toothless, captivated audiences last year in DreamWorks’ 3D animated feature, How To Train Your Dragon, which currently has both a sequel and spin-off TV show in development.
HTTYD co-director Dean DeBlois will helm How To Train Your Dragon 2 on his own and has dropped a few tidbits about how the followup will differ in terms of scope and setting, and where it fits into the overarching narrative concerning Hiccup’s journey towards manhood.
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Just added 14 MQ photos of Jay at the 38th Annual Annie Awards held at Royce Hall at UCLA last night, where it’s reported that Jay won the award for Voice Acting in a Feature Production, congrats Jay! Well deserved, don’t you think?
ADDITIONAL NEWS: How To Train Your Dragon must have won it’s award as well,
if UPI.com is to be believed (confirmed by PR Newswire) they took home the ‘top’ award (Best Animated Feature), congrats to Jay, and the whole team, their best since Lilo & Stitch!
Congrats to Jay & How to Train Your Dragon on their nominations.
How to Train Your Dragon has been nominated for best animated feature and Canadian actor Jay Baruchel for best voice acting at the Annie Awards, an annual Hollywood event for animators.
I know it’s been forever, blame other priorities and forgetfulness on my part but there are some updates coming up and I’m getting ready to change the theme because there’s a petition I wanted to put on the sidebar and I can’t seem to get it to work. :/
On a happy note according to EW this year’s Paleyfest will see reunited casts of Apatow creations Freaks and Geeks and the undersung Undeclared – and Jay is on the list to attend the panel, which means new photos and maybe video! As soon as I get any media in my hands (figuratively), I’ll make sure it gets to you guys. Thanks for your patience!
Just a flyby post to let you all know how much JBF appreciates it’s visitors, and wishes you the happiest, merriest, safest and warmest of holiday seasons — and a very happy new year!