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Jay Baruchel, Dean DeBlois talk How to Train Your Dragon 3

Chatting with How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World star Jay Baruchel, who voices the character of Hiccup, and director Dean DeBlois about the final film. full story

New on DVD – How to Train Your Dragon 3, The Upside and more

This week offers plenty of DVDs and Blu-rays that you can choose from. From a beloved animated film to a rom-com to a dramedy, here's what's coming out today. full story

How to Train Your Dragon 3 blazes out all competition again

New releases Tyler Perry's A Madea Family funeral and Greta debut in the top five at the box office. See which films managed to keep a spot on the charts! full story

How to Train Your Dragon 3 fires up weekend box office

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden Kingdom debuted in first place on the charts this weekend. Find out which other movies made it to the box office top five! full story

Watch the first five minutes of How To Train Your Dragon 2!

Hiccup and Toothless are flying back to theaters this June for Dreamworks Pictures’ new animated feature, How To Train Your Dragon 2.  In this exclusive sneak peek at the sequel’s first five minutes, teen Viking Hiccup full story

How to Train Your Dragon

Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, America Ferrera and Craig Ferguson lend their voices to the highly entertaining animated film How To Train Your Dragon. The movie, based on the best-selling novel of the same name, follows a Viking teenager named Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) who lives on an island... full story

Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 1 DVD review

As a fan of the movie How to Train Your Dragon, I had high expectations for this spinoff of the film franchise. I was not let down. Within the first few minutes of watching the second season (you can catch up on the events from season one... full story

Dragon wins despite slowest box office weekend of the year

Although box office revenue was down 12 percent compared to this time last year according to the L.A. Times, How to Train Your Dragon managed to do well both in the U.S. and Canada, holding on to the top spot at the box office with $15 million (Tribute... full story

Us dethrones Captain Marvel this weekend at the box office

Horror film Us starring Winston Duke and Lupita Nyong'o took the crown this weekend at the box office. Click here to see which other movies made the list. full story

Captain Marvel flies into first place at the box office

The highly-anticipated Captain Marvel starring Brie Larson came in first place at the box office, despite early trolls leaving negative pre-release comments. full story


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