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How To Train Your Dragon 3: The Hidden World (2... ((NEW))



Back on the island, Toothless and Hiccup fully realize that dragons will never be safe in the human world, at least for the time being. Hiccup bids an emotional farewell to Toothless as the Berkians tearfully set their dragons free to live in the Hidden World, the Light Fury leading the dragons away and Toothless following them. Sometime later, Hiccup and Astrid finally marry and become the chieftains of New Berk.




How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Hidden World (2...



About a decade later, thirty-year-old Toothless and the Light Fury have mated and given birth to three hybrid dragon fledglings. Hiccup, Astrid, and their two children[N 3] sail across the sea to visit them at the edge of the Hidden World. After introducing his son and daughter to his old friend, Hiccup and Astrid take their children flying on Toothless and Stormfly, accompanied by the Light Fury and their offspring. Hiccup vows that until humankind is ready to co-exist peacefully with one another, the dragons will stay hidden while the Berkians guard their secret as the centuries go by.


In the 2014 sequel, Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) had brought peace between the dragons and humans thanks to his unbreakable friendship with Toothless. That peace was soon shattered by the emergence of Drago Bludvist, a ruthless warrior and dragon hunter who seeks to conquer the world with an army of dragons.


But in the original plans for How to Train Your Dragon, it would have been a different villain testing the careful harmony that Hiccup had created: his mother Valka. "Valka was originally meant to be the sympathetic antagonist of that movie," DeBlois said. "In other words, Hiccup met her in the same way that he did and was amazed by her to find out there's another dragon rider who's even more steeped in the world of dragons. But her fundamental core belief was that humans could not be trusted and that dragons needed to be protected from them."


While the tearful reunion between Valka and her family was one of my favorite parts of How to Train Your Dragon 2, this original plan does intrigue me. It adds a personal twist for Hiccup and transforms the conflict of How to Train Your Dragon 2 into a grander philosophical one, rather than your typical "madman wants to kill the world." And it leaves the door open for the second film's eventual villain, Drago Bludvist (Djimon Hounsou), to come back in a more sinister capacity.


Back on the island, both Toothless and Hiccup fully realize that dragons will never be safe in the human world. Hiccup bids a tearful farewell to Toothless as all of the Berkians set their dragons free to live in the Hidden World. Toothless and the Light Fury lead the rest of the dragons away to their new home. Sometime later, Hiccup and Astrid marry on the island on which the Berkians have settled.


A few years into the future, Toothless and the Light Fury are shown to have mated and have given birth to three hybrid dragon fledglings named Night Lights. Hiccup, Astrid, and their two children Zephyr and Nuffink sail across the sea to visit them at the edge of the Hidden World. After introducing his children to his old friend, Hiccup takes Nuffink flying on Toothless while Astrid and Zephyr fly on Stormfly, accompanied by the Light Fury and their offspring. Hiccup vows that until humankind can coexist peacefully with dragons, the dragons will stay hidden while the Berkians guard their secret.


While pondering what to do, Hiccup remembers his father talking about an island, where dragons could roam free and remain hidden from predators. Hiccup and his girlfriend, Astrid (voiced by America Ferrera) set out to find this legendary "hidden world" that his father mentioned. If they find this hidden world, Toothless and the other dragons will be be safe and protected from captors. Finding the hidden world, however, is no easy task. Hiccup must mature and become the leader he needs to be by demonstrating sacrificial love. This means letting go of his pet dragon and setting him free as an act of love.


You might be wondering about the movie's villain and whether he will frighten your children. He's somewhat mean and sinister, but not too much energy is devoted to him. The villain wants to capture and enslave dragons to conquer the world, but he doesn't get away with it. There is a scene where the villain breaks into the main character's house trying to kidnap his beloved pet dragon, which could be disturbing to some children. 041b061a72


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