Does How to Train Your Dragon 4 have a release date? How To Train Your Dragon is an adventure film that is suitable for the whole family, and it is an animated film that was released initially in 2010 with the 2nd sequel being published in 2014. The 3rd one, which we think is the best to date yet, How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, was released in 2019.
Chris Sanders and Dean Deblois are the filmmakers of How to Train Your Dragon and we are following and appreciating their work, waiting for the same effort for How to Train Your Dragon 4.
With an IMDB rating of 8.1 out of 10, the movie is absolutely amazing and well-liked by all ages, and the audience deems it the best-animated movie since it contains all the emotions we humans have, and some amazing dragons.
The primary characters of the film are Jay Baruchel as Hiccup Horrendous Haddock, America Ferrera as Astrid Hofferson, Gerard Butler, and Jonah Hill, but the list does not stop there and we will talk about that in detail below. Now we’ll be discussing the How To Train Your Dragon 4 release date because it has been a quite long time since we have last heard of the franchise.
Will there be a How to Train Your Dragon 4?
Fans of the franchise are hopeful that How to Train Your Dragon 4 will be released all thanks to the success of the 3rd sequel. But is that true, will the 3rd movie lead to How to Train Your Dragon 4? Looks like it is not because there are some reasons why DreamWorks will not continue working on How to Train Your Dragon 4.
DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg and director Dean DeBlois sadly revealed that the 3rd sequel, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, will be the series’ final movie. But don’t be sad, because we got to watch 2 new sequels called Dragons Rescue Riders: Heroes of the Sky and How to Train Your Dragon: The Nine Realms which were launched in 2021.
Heroes of the Sky was the direct sequel to DreamWorks’ Dragons: Rescue Riders, which introduced us to Dak and Leyla while the series depicted the heroes’ and dragons’ trip to the deep sea. The Nine Realms which is the 3rd movie takes place 1,300 years after the events of How to Train Your Dragon, and dragons are now only a legend.
We are sad to say that there are currently no updates on any How to Train Your Dragon 4 film and if the creators come up with any movies, we will update you on that.
How to Train Your Dragon Characters
There are many characters in the movies but the most liked is Toothless who is Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III’s Night Fury and if you remember the end of the series, he has become the Hidden World’s Alpha dragon, which was truly an epic scene. And he also became Light Fury’s mate, the father of the Night Lights Dart, Pouncer, and Ruffrunner by successfully establishing a family.
Hiccup Horrendous is the primary character in the How to Train Your Dragon series and he is the son of Valka and the late Hooligan leader, Stoick the Vast. His ancestors made him the tribe’s successor and chief at the age of 15 in the 1st film but we have watched the tale of Hiccup through the movies until he reached the age of 30. Toothless is his dragon buddy and we have witnessed them grow up together with their amazing journeys.
Astrid Hofferson is a female Viking warrior of the Hooligan Tribe’s Clan Hofferson and she was the same age as Hiccup in the 1st movie, so we have watched Astrid and Hiccup grow up together until they reach the age of 30. We all know how Astrid Hofferson and Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III could not get along and she was not really a fan of dragons, but she ended up being Hiccup’s lifelong confidante and devoting her life to the flying creatures. We expect to see these characters in How to Train Your Dragon 4.
How to Train Your Dragon Cast
Jay Baruchel is the person behind the voice of Hiccup, Gerard Butler voices Stoick, Craig Ferguson will give his voice to Gobber, America Ferrera will play Astrid, Jonah Hill will voice Snotlout, Christopher Mintz-Plasse will voice Fishlegs, T.J. Miller will voice Tuffnut, Kristen Wiig will be Ruffnut, Robin Atkin Downes will voice Ack, Philip McGrade will be Starkard, Kieron Elliott will voice Hoark the Haggard, Ashley Jensen will be Phlegma the Fierce, and David Tennant will voice Spitelout.