How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

how to train your dragon

Hiccup is a Norse youngster from the island of Berk, where battling mythical beasts are a lifestyle. His dynamic perspectives and bizarre sense of humor make him a maverick, regardless of the way that his dad is head of the tribe. Thrown into winged dragon battling school, he attempts to prove himself as a genuine Viking. At the point when he becomes friends with a mythical dragon ‘night fury’ he names it Toothless, he gets the opportunity to think up for another course for his kin’s future.

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How To Train Your Dragon

Duration: 1h 38min
Release Date: 26 March, 2010
Genres: Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Action, Fantasy
Director: Dean DeBlois, Chris Sanders
IMDb: 8.1

Box Office Collection

Budget: $165,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend USA: $43,732,319, Mar 28, 2010
Gross USA: $217,581,231
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $494,879,471


3D Creative Arts Awards 2011
Best 3D Feature – Animated
Best Stereography – Animated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2011
Best Animated Female
America Ferrera
Annie Awards 2011
Best Animated Feature
DreamWorks Animation

Best Animated Effects
Brett Miller

DreamWorks Animation
Best Character Animation in a Feature Production
Gabe Hordos

Best Writing in an Animated Feature Production
William Davies (screenplay)
Dean DeBlois (screenplay)
Chris Sanders (screenplay)

Best Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production
Jay Baruchel
For playing “Hiccup”.

Best Music in an Animated Feature Production
John Powell

Best Directing in a Feature Production
Chris Sanders
Dean DeBlois

DreamWorks Animation
Best Character Design in an Animated Feature Production
Nicolas Marlet

Best Production Design in an Animated Feature Production
Pierre-Olivier Vincent

Best Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production
Tom Owens
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards 2011
Top Box Office Films
John Powell
Indiana Film Journalists Association, US 2010
Best Animated Feature
International Film Music Critics Award (IFMCA) 2011
Film Score of the Year
John Powell

Best Original Score for an Animated Film
John Powell
Ivor Novello Awards 2011
Best Original Film Score
John Powell
Motion Picture Sound Editors, USA 2011
Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR in an Animation Feature Film
Jon Null (supervising sound editor)
Randy Thom (supervising sound editor, sound designer)
Al Nelson (sound designer)
Pascal Garneau (supervising foley editor)
Chris Gridley (supervising dialogue editor)
Dennie Thorpe (foley artist)
Jana Vance (foley artist)
Colette D. Dahanne (sound effects editor)
Josh Gold (sound effects editor)
Pete Horner (sound effects editor)
Sue Fox (foley editor)
Andrea Gard (foley editor)
Richard Quinn (adr editor)
Russian National Movie Awards 2011
Best Animated Movie
Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2010
Best Animated Feature
Venice Film Festival 2010
Most Creative 3D Film Stereoscopic Film of the Year
Chris Sanders
Dean DeBlois
Visual Effects Society Awards 2011
Outstanding Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
Simon Otto
Craig Ring
Bonnie Arnold

Outstanding Animated Character in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
Gabe Hordos
Cassidy Curtis
Mariette Marinus
Brent Watkins

Outstanding Effects Animation in an Animated Feature Motion Picture
Andy Hayes
Laurent Kermel
Jason Mayer
Brett Miller
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Jay BaruchelHiccup (voice)
Gerard ButlerStoick (voice)
Craig FergusonGobber (voice)
America FerreraAstrid (voice)
Jonah HillSnotlout (voice)
Christopher Mintz-PlasseFishlegs (voice)
T.J. MillerTuffnut (voice)
Kristen WiigRuffnut (voice)
Robin Atkin DownesAck (voice)

Writing Credits

William Davies(screenplay by) (as Will Davies) and
Dean DeBlois(screenplay by) &
Chris Sanders(screenplay by)
Cressida Cowell(based on the book by)
Marc Hyman(collaborating writer) (uncredited)
Adam F. Goldberg(additional screenplay material) (uncredited)


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