Filming of the live action How to Train Your Dragon has ended

Filming of the live action How to Train Your Dragon has ended
Filming of the live action How to Train Your Dragon has ended

The filming of the live action of How to Train Your Dragon has finished and its premiere is scheduled for June 13, 2025.

The live action of How to Train Your Dragon It comes now that the success of the conversion of other formats to live action has been reaffirmed. In the case of Disney, with a classic like The little Mermaidbut also in video games like fallout, or anime like One Piece.

How to Train Your Dragon It premiered in 2010 and made us all fall in love with the story of friendship between Hiccup and Toothless. And, now, this is going to be the first live action that comes from DreamWorks.

The film stars Mason Thames, Nico Parker and Gerard Butler, among others. And the fact that the film’s scriptwriter is the same as the original sagaDean DeBlois, has raised fans’ expectations.

Based on the work of the same name by Cressida Cowell, How to Train Your Dragon tells the story of Hiccup, a Viking born and raised in a fictional universe in which wild dragons are part of the daily lives of the people of Mema Island.

Hiccup will see dragon training classes as an opportunity to prove that he is capable of becoming a true Viking warrior. But this will be thwarted after rescuing Toothless, an injured dragon with whom he and befriends.

The story focuses on reconciling the fact that Hiccup is so radical and sometimes painfully different from everything and everyone around him, with the idea that precisely because of this he is the ideal person to see something that others do not see in Toothless and break years of enmity between species.

The success of the original has led DreamWorks to now try itself in live action. And to try to bring that message of reconciliation that How to Train Your Dragon leaves us to the real action.

 
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