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It was released March 26, 2010. "How to Train Your Dragon" was one of the 10 highest-grossing films of 2010 and was nominated for two Academy Awards.
Actor Jay Baruchel voices Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III in the 2010 movie.
Hiccup shoots down a Night Fury dragon. Early in the film the Night Fury is described as "the unholy offspring of lightning and death itself."
In the opening scene of "How to Train Your Dragon," the narration by Hiccup describes the Isle of Berk as "12 days north of hopeless and a few degrees south of freezing to death."
Ferguson hosted "The Late Late Show" on CBS from 2005 to 2014.
It's based on the 2003 book of the same name written by British author Cressida Cowell. The book is actually part of a 12-book series published by Hodder Children's Books.
DreamWorks Animation produced the film "How to Train Your Dragon." During the DreamWorks intro, the shadow of a Night Fury dragon can be seen in the stars above the boy on the crescent moon.
Hiccup is the only character in the movie to refer to Toothless by name.
Actor Gerard Butler plays the voice of Stoick the Vast in "How to Train Your Dragon." Stoick, Hiccup's father, is the chief of the Vikings.
Gobber says this while training the young Vikings.
Toothless has a missing tail flap that keeps him from flying out of the gorge. Hiccup creates a prosthetic that he can control while riding Toothless; it essentially acts as a rudder.
Actor Jonah Hill voices Snotlout in "How to Train Your Dragon." The first sequels of Hill's acting career — "22 Jump Street" and "How to Train Your Dragon 2" — were released on the same day: June 13, 2014.
The Vikings consider dragons to be dangerous and deadly enemies.
The Red Death dragon lived inside a mountain on Dragon Island and forced other dragons to bring it food.
Tuffnut and his sister Ruffnut make up the Viking twin pair in dragon training with Hiccup. The characters are voiced by actors T.J. Miller and Kristen Wiig.
Hiccup loses his left foot. In the "How to Train Your Dragon" video game, Hiccup still appears with both legs.
The character Hiccup is seen writing in his dragon journal with his left hand.
Astrid tells this to Hiccup. Actress America Ferrera voices Astrid.
Toothless shoots a fireball down the throat of the Red Death dragon.
It was released on June 13, 2014. It is the first DreamWorks Animation film to win a Golden Globe for best animated film.
Hiccup is reunited with his mother, Valka. Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett voices Valka.
In the "How to Train Your Dragon" movies, Stoick's dragon is named Skullcrusher. The dragon tracks Hiccup to Valka's nest by scent.
Actor Djimon Hounsou voices Drago in the film.
Sheep are dropped into nets during the dragon race.
Toothless defeats Drago's Bewilderbeast to become the alpha.
Composer John Powell's score was nominated for an Academy Award but lost to the score of "The Social Network" at the 2011 Oscars.
Hiccup takes his place as chief of the Vikings.
The original screenplay of "How to Train Your Dragon 2" had the character Valka written as the villain. Drago's character was intended to be the villain in "How to Train Your Dragon 3" and was moved up after the rewriting of Valka.
When Valka recognizes Hiccup in "How to Train Your Dragon 2," he asks this question.
Stoick the Vast dies while protecting his son Hiccup.