New How To Train Your Dragon 2 full-length trailer

Toothless & Hiccup are back in epic style

Of all the non-Pixar/Disney animated films to have hit Hollywood in the last few years, it's fair to say How To Train Your Dragon was easily one of the best.

Which is why we're rather excited to bring you the first full-length trailer for its sequel.

As seen in the first teaser trailer, everyone's favourite dog-like dragon Toothless and his rider Hiccup are back -- and noticeably older.

Things have moved on from the first movie, with dragons and vikings now seemingly living in co-existence - that is, until a shadowy new figure emerges with portentous omens aplenty. Also MILD SPOILER WARNING (it is in the trailer after all), that figure has a personal connection to Hiccup that will change his future forever.

Throw in what look to be an array of stunning fight scenes, some full-on action-packed battles, humour and a host of beautiful visuals, and it looks like How To Train Your Dragon 2 could be as good as, if not better than, the first.

How To Train Your Dragon 2 hits UK cinemas from 4 July 2013.

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    • thegryf0xxx

      Dec 19th 2013, 12:32

      Toothless was cat like, no dog like.

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    • thedanieljson

      Dec 19th 2013, 14:40

      That battle scene looks as if it'll be incredible. Would love for this to go in a slightly darker direction (which is incredibly unlikely but hey). Glad to see they're keeping the same composer (John Powell) as the first film, the music really added a hell of a lot.

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    • Hadouken76

      Dec 20th 2013, 0:59

      Looks ace. I loved the first one, its one of the few animated movies that managed to out performed PIXAR in terms of spectacle and a compelling storyline. Lookin forward to this one.

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    • QuietLife

      Dec 20th 2013, 9:29

      @thedanieljson I agree, John Powell did an incredible job with the score for the first movie. I was lucky enough to see/hear it played live at the Royal Albert a while ago. I look forward to the sequel.

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    • QuietLife

      Dec 20th 2013, 9:30

      @thedanieljson I agree, John Powell did an incredible job with the score for the first movie. I was lucky enough to see/hear it played live at the Royal Albert a while ago. I look forward to the sequel.

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    • QuietLife

      Dec 20th 2013, 9:36

      Curse you Total Film and your lack of edit/delete options!! *shakes fist"

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