“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ Trailer

The third, and reportedly final film in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise has dropped a new trailer online and showcases just why this franchise is so successful – it full of heart, has great characters, and still funny.

This new trailer for How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World shows that the creators will dive deeper into two key story threads; toothless encountering a potential mate and stopping the villainous dragon hunter Grimmel from making his way to Berk with the intention of capturing as many dragons as possible.

It stands to reason that The Hidden World will meet the very high standards of the previous two films in the franchise.  But we shall have to see for ourselves.  The film will be released into theaters on February 22, 2019.

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June 17-19 Box Office Results

Yet another record has been broken!

Over the weekend Finding Dory easy set the new record for being the biggest all-time domestic opening film for an animated movie. The record was previously held by Dreamworks’ Shrek the Third which held the record with $121.6 million since May of 2007.  Finding Dory also easily swam past the number two spot at the box office over the weekend, Central Intelligence, beating it by nearly four times as much!

However,  not everything about the weekend’s box office results is sunshine and rainbows.  The fantasy/adventure Warcraft only brought in $7 million in its second weekend of release, barely making it into the top five.  Domestically,  this film has not done well at the Box Office at all.  However, it is still making a killing in the international market. Where it has only made roughly $38 million in its two weeks in the U.S. in the same amount of time it has made over $200 million in China alone!  So when considering the international box office, this movie is not considered a “flop.”

Check out the rest of the box office results below!

No 1. Finding Dory – $135,060,273 in its first weekend of release.

No 2. Central Intelligence $35,535,250 in its first weekend of release.

No 3. The Conjuring 2 – $14,880,050. Bringing its total gross in its 2nd weekend to $71,055,136.

No 4. Now You See Me 2 $9,373,379. Bringing its total gross in its 2nd weekend to $41,085,908.

No 5. Warcraft – $7,241,430. Bringing its total gross in its 2nd weekend to $38,432,955.