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How to Train Your Dragon 2 (16-May-2014)

Director: Dean DeBlois

Writer: Dean DeBlois

Based on a book by: Cressida Cowell

Keywords: Fantasy, Dragons

Sequel to 2010's How to Train Your Dragon follows viking Hiccup and dragon Toothless as they attempt to keep the peace between their worlds.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to How to Train Your Dragon (2010). Five years on from their adventure successfully brokering a peace between their respective worlds, viking Hiccup and dragon Toothless travel across the globe, existing as friends and partners close as one could possibly be. When our pair happen upon an ice cave containing an untold number of previously unknown species of dragons and the mysterious Dragon Rider, however, they find themselves plunged into an all-new quest to sustain peace through the powers of conviction and friendship.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jay Baruchel
Actor
9-Apr-1982   She's Out of My League
Cate Blanchett
Actor
14-May-1969   Galadriel in LOTR
Gerard Butler
Actor
13-Nov-1969   Dracula 2000
Craig Ferguson
Talk Show Host
17-May-1962   "It's a great day for America"
America Ferrera
Actor
18-Apr-1984   Ugly Betty
Kit Harington
Actor
26-Dec-1986   Jon Snow on Game of Thrones
Jonah Hill
Actor
20-Dec-1983   Superbad
Djimon Hounsou
Actor
24-Apr-1964   In America
T. J. Miller
Actor
4-Jun-1981   Erlich Bachman on Silicon Valley
Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Actor
20-Jun-1989   Superbad
Kristen Wiig
Actor
22-Aug-1973   Saturday Night Live

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