Everything you wanted to know about the making of the Oscar-contending film “How to Train Your Dragon 2.”
Analyzing the performance and acting in the Academy Award-nominated “How to Train Your Dragon 2.”
After a difficult week for DreamWorks in which they announced their largest layoff ever, the studio dominated the Annie Awards tonight.
Not every animation director won a Golden Globe last night, but they all had a good time.
“How to Train Your Dragon 2,” directed by Dean DeBlois, was awarded the Golden Globe tonight, marking a first for DreamWorks Animation.
Five animated features have been nominated for a Golden Globe in the best animated feature category.
The National Board of Review named ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ the best animated film of the year.
“How to Train Your Dragon” has surpassed “Rio 2” as the top-grossing animated feature of 2014 to date.
DreamWorks Animation’s “How to Train Your Dragon 2” opened in second place this weekend with an estimated $50 million. The film trailed the $60 million debut of another sequel, the R-rated “22 Jump Street,” directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who also directed “The LEGO Movie,” which opened to $69 million earlier this year.
DreamWorks has released a stockpile of “How to Train Your Dragon 2” film stills and publicity shots on the film’s official website. There’s new renders of Hiccup, Astrid, and Stoick, along with the dragons, including a new one, Cloudjumper. The quality of lighting and atmosphere has progressed notably since the first film in 2010. The Dean DeBlois-directed sequel will arrive into U.S. theaters on June 13.