The two sequels of the “How to Train Your Dragon” franchise will soon be removed from Netflix’s programming schedule.
As the second film leaves the platform this Saturday, January 1, 2022, the third and final chapter of the trilogy bids farewell to the service grid on January 7.
In ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’, five years after convincing the people of his village not to fight the dragons, Hiccup lives with his dragon Night Fury, and these animals have peacefully integrated into the routine of the inhabitants of the city. island of Beurk. . Between air travel and dragon races, Harold discovers a secret cave where hundreds of new dragons live. The place is protected by Valka, Harold’s mother, who walked away from her son when he was still a baby. Together, they will have to protect the world they know from the dangerous Draco Bludvist, who wants to control all existing dragons.
In the third film, determined to make Beurk a veritable slander of the ideal of peaceful coexistence between men and dragons, Harold and his friends follow hunters on the hunt, not only to free their prey but also to prevent the rampant killing. animals. The group’s effort catches Grimmel’s attention when he discovers that among them is Toothless, a legitimate Night Fury. The villain then hatches a plan to capture him at all costs, using a captured female of the same species as a weapon.
Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, TJ Miller and Kristen Wiig are the original voice actors.
Dean DeBlois signs the direction and the screenplay for both films.
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