“How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” Exposed its Latest Segment, Gerard Butler Voicing the Father of Hiccup
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Secret World” will finally be released! Four years after the release of the last two editions of “How to Train Your Dragon”, and the third edition of the series finally came out, and will be released nationwide on February 22 next year.
A new episode lasting more than 30 seconds was released in the New York Animation Exhibition, in which the father of Hiccup (Gerard Butler’s voice is very easy to recognize) held him, “My job is to protect us, and one day when you grow up, this task will be passed on to you.” “One day, you will find the hidden world, and there will be no battles between humans and dragons.” At the end of the sunset are homes of the dragons with magnificent colors and grand scenes. Hiccup and the lovely Toothless reunited and once again embarked on the journey to find their true destiny and the “hidden world”.
The “How to Train Your Dragon” series has never let us down. In the eyes of director Dean DeBlois, this episode is also the end of Hiccup’s journey. If he becomes a successor to his father Stoick, he must learn to deal with grief and move on. This is a classic “Torch Passing” story. We haven seen similar plots before, yet after the previous two editions made $1 billion (the second $621 million, the first 495 million) worldwide, this new work by DreamWorks is sure to surprise the audience again.
Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Kristen Wiig, Jonah Hill and others returned to dub again while the newly joined Academy Award winning actor F. Murray Abraham (“Amadeus”) dubbed the villain Grimmel.
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