CINEMACON: Disney Promised More PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN While Pixar And Marvel Announced Future Animated Projects. Fox Revealed HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 Clip
On 19 April 2013
During CinemaCon convention we've had many trailer premiers or first-looks at upcoming movies. “How to train you dragon 2” – the sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s Oscar-nominated feature joins the list. Fox unveiled the clip that centers on the friendship between a boy – Hiccup, and a dragon –Toothless.
In the 3D clip, a now-teenage Hiccup soars through the clouds on Toothless’ back. They explore the earth, and Hiccup tries his own invented "wings."
The sequel is written and directed by Dean DeBlois, who co-directed the original movie with Chris Sanders (“The Croods”). It opens June 20, 2014.
It stars the voices of Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, Jonah Hill, T.J. Miller, Kristen Wiig, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, and David Tennant.
The session also included an extended clip from DWA's next release, Turbo, directed by David Soren. The story of a snail who has the "need for speed” opens July 17.
Since we’re in the animated movies world we come with other great news, only this time it’s about Disney’s future projects. Alan Horn – Walt Disney Studios Chairman – announced we will see more of “Pirated of the Caribbean” and many other animated adventures.
As for Walt Disney Studios itself, Horn said he has directed President of Production Sean Bailey to produce six films a year -- three of them will be blockbusters like the upcoming "Sleeping Beauty" spin-off "Maleficent," while the other three will be smaller budgeted films such as the forthcoming "Saving Mr. Banks."
He labeled that film, which focuses on Walt Disney's efforts to secure the rights to "Mary Poppins," a "brand deposit."
Pixar is also working hard for a new “Toy Story” and “Up” while Marvel admitted that “Iron Man 4” and new “Thor” are on their way to production.
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