Published On: Wed, Jun 5th, 2013

Jay Baruchel talks ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’ saying it’s ‘incredible’

While promoting his next film, In the End, Jay Baruchel talked about returning in How To Train Your Dragon 2 with Slash Film, a sequel to the popular DreamWorks film.

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“It took us three bloody years to do the first one so it’s a piecemeal process. I’ve been working on Dragon 2, on and off, for the past year and a half now. And boy is it ever something special. I truly adore the first one. I think it’s one of the greatest flicks ever. Period. And one of my proudest moments. So it’s no hyperbole when I say we smoke the first one with number two.”

The film is being directed and written by Dean DeBlois, the co-director of the first film and Baruchel praises the sequel.

“It’s going to be pretty incredible in every way. The emotional content, the action sequences, it’s everything it’s supposed to be and then some. It’s really going to be a pretty incredible, beautiful flick. People will go buy tickets, see this movie, and be taken on a journey like they’ve never been on.”

Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrera, TJ Miller, Jonah Kill, and Kristin Wiig also star with Kit Harrington playing the villain.

In The End opens June 12, with Dragon 2 arrived next year, June 20, 2014

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