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How to Train Your Dragon 3 title revealed
How to Train Your Dragon 3 title revealed
The third upcoming title of the successful DreamWorks Animation franchise, How to Train Your Dragon, which will open next year, finally has a title.
The animated feature movie will be titled How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, with an exclusive sneak peek that will be shown at the next Annecy festival (June).

Dean DeBlois, director and author of the first two chapters, will be back as director and author of this movie. Brad Lewis and Bonnie Arnold will produce is and Universal Pictures will release the movie in North America on March, 1 2019.

The first How to Train Your Dragon has releases in 2010 and went on to gross 500 million dollar worldwide (165 budget). How to Train Your Dragon 2 has released in 2014 and went on to gross 620 million dollar worldwide (145 budget).

But at the 2019 edition of the Annecy Festival the DreamWorks Animation studios announced a massive presence with their products.

In addition to the first mentioned DeBlois movie, considered a "longtime friend of the festival" by its artistic director Marcel Jean, will be screened the first two animated short movies of the new shorts studios program.

Bird Karma is directed by William Salazar and produced by Jeff Hermann. The beautifully artistic 2D short film tells a delightfully lyrical and fully unexpected tale of a long-legged bird's journey of blissful joy, inescapable greed and the accidental discovery of the consequences when too much is not enough.

Here an image:

Bilby is directed by Liron Topaz, Pierre Perifel and JP Sans and produced by Jeff Hermann and Kelly Cooney Cilella. Threatened daily by the deadly residents and harsh environment of Australia's Outback, a lonesome bilby finds himself an unwitting protector, and unexpected friend, to a helpless baby bird.

Here an image:

Will be also celebrated the twentieth anniversary of the studio's first 2D feature movie: The Prince of Egypt, with the screening of a new remastered version. The movie won an Academy Award for the Best Original Song with "When You Believe" in 1999 and grossed 218 million dollars worldwide, becoming the biggest non-Disney animated hit up to that point.

The studios' television section, DreamWorks Animation Television, will also be present with the Emmy winner and Trollhunters producer Rodrigo Blaas, and a sneak peek of the new 3Below animated series, next chapter in the Tales of Arcadia saga created by Guillermo Del Toro and available on Netflix.

Here the first image of the two young alien character of the series:

[ Fra - source Variety ]
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