for Ten years, the canadian animation filmmaker Dean DeBlois of "How to Train Your Dragon"series: in 2008, his colleague Chris Sanders caught up with him to Dreamworks. The two knew each other, had worked for the Disney Studios, such as "Mulan" and "Lilo & stitch". Now, you should accept the movie adaptation of Cressida Cowell's dragon books; the production was Stalled and had to be re-aligned.
"When I came to the first Film, it should be a quick thing," says DeBlois. "But I fell in love very soon in the world and the characters." At the end of How to Train Your Dragon "was" one of the most successful animated adventure from Dreamworks.
It will be the last night of the Drachenzähmers: "How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World". Video: YouTube/Universal Pictures Switzerland
"After the success of the first part, the Studio began to think about a sequel," says DeBlois. "I said I was interested. From the movie should be a trilogy." The Director wanted to tell the story of how Hiccup, the little guy could do nothing right, to be an adult and at the end of a wise Viking chief.
And really, in the third and final part of Hiccup has taken over after his father's death, the leadership of the tribe and is looking for a new home for its Vikings and the dragons. There's a villain gets in his way, the Hiccups will impose best friend Toothless.
"We were afraid that the audience does not like the female, because it breaks up the Team of the Young and the dragon."To lure Dean BeBlois, Director
the fire breathing reptile from the cover, he uses a particularly nasty medium: He lets go of a female Toothless. The dragon is advertising this, is just as funny as touching. The dragon-Lady, but also the friendship of Hiccup and Toothless to the test.
"We were afraid that the audience does not like the female, because it breaks up the Team of Boy and dragon," says DeBlois. For the thematic core of the story that was important: "For Hiccup, everything changes, because he has to rely always on his dragon." Now Hiccup has to figure out how he'll be without Toothless’ help.
Hiccup had of Toothless, to be finally be a grown-up, so DeBlois. Looking back on the three films, Dean DeBlois says: "I think, first and foremost, I have learned the following: The more we love in a movie, plug in, the more the characters care about, the more that comes out to the audience." So the movies would have won over the years a loyal, passionate fan base, who love this world as well as the creators. A wonderful experience it was. "So did a quick Job a whole Chapter of my life."
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Created: 06.02.2019, 14:09 Uhr