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Which How To Train Your Dragon Character Came Out As Gay Last Night?! Find Out HERE!

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Someone came out as gay last night at the Cannes Film Festival!

And he’s a rough, rugged Viking!

How To Train Your Dragon 2 director Dean DeBlois (who is himself openly gay) confirmed that a character from his animated blockbuster is indeed a same-sex loving dragon slayer!

So who is it??

None other than the Craig Ferguson voiced Gobber!

DeBlois explained how the coming out occurred in the upcoming sequel during a scene where a husband and wife are fighting in front of Gobber.

He said:

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While he dines on a delicious Heidi Klum snack backstage at DreamWorks’ How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular at Nassau Coliseum, Nadder the dragon is thinking ____________________________________.

[Image via Getty Images.]

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Emma Watson NEEDS A PET DRAGON!

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Someone find this woman a dragon STAT!

Emma Watson may be in "talks" to star in 50 Shades of Grey but her real life is more like The Girl With Dragon Tatttoo.

Except there's no tattoo! LOLz!

After watching How to Train Your Dragon, Emma was instantly inspired by the animated flick.

And now, she wants a pet dragon! She tweets:

Well, closest thing on Earth is the komodo dragon…but we're pretty sure those will kill you!

But we're going to go ahead and say she doesn't really want one.

[Image via WENN.]

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Prepare To Train Some Dragons, Ya'll!

How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular

THIS IS CRAZY!

A LIVE show featuring dragons (yes, dragons) is coming to a city near you!

Don't be scurred! Dreamworks' How To Train Your Dragon Live Spectacular is a mindmelting live show, based on the film. It has 23 dragons (with wingspans up to 46 feet), Viking warriors and world-class circus artists and acrobats, to perform against a state-of-the-art, wall-to-floor immersive projection measuring more than 20,000 square feet.

Apparently some of them breath fire. Just insane.

It kinda sound like Circus Olay meets Walking with Dinosaurs meets a really awesome movie called How To Train Your Dragon!

The show was a HUGE hit in Australia and New Zealand. Hope it does well in the states — partially because it must be really expensive to put on. LOL!

Check out a list of tour dates… AFTER THE JUMP!!

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Dreamworks Animation Goes Sequel Crazy!

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Those of us out there who have been thinking that they should release several more Kung Fu Panda movies should get ready to celebrate…because it's happening!

While we'd also be innerested in seeing some new animated projects from Dreamworks, the studio's Animation chief Jeffrey Katzenberg has decided to focus a lot of the company's energy on making lots of sequels to their existing popular franchises.

Here's Jeffrey on the future of Madagascar:

"So today I can tell you pretty succinctly where Madagascar goes. Ultimately they will come back to New York, and they will come to terms with that, which they will do in this next chapter. Because of the way that movie concludes there’s probably one more for them. Yeah, there’s probably a fourth there."

And here's the Animation chief on the future of Kung Fu Panda and How To Train Your Dragon:

"Kung Fu Panda actually has 6 chapters to it, and we’ve mapped that out over the years. How To Train Your Dragon is at least three: maybe more, but we know there are a least three chapters to that story. There are actually 8 books."

Well, we're sure you'll make lots of $$$ with these sequels, Dreamworks, but doesn't it bother you a bit that it's going to take 6 Kung Fu Pandas to tell your full story, whereas Disney/Pixar's Up did it in 96 minutes? Just sayin'!

Are U excited for tons of sequels from Dreamworks Animation movies? Or does this seem like overkill?

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Dragons Flying Into Cartoon Network!

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Might as well milk the franchise for all it's worth!

DreamWorks has inked a deal with Cartoon Network to start production on a new weekly series based on their hit movie, How To Train Your Dragon.

While the studio works on the sequel, the network is looking to launch the series by 2012.

Okay, but how likely is it that they'll get all the original peeps to voice the show every week? (Slim)

Then again, we bet the kiddies won't mind that much!

Think U might tune in for this?

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James Cameron Talks About Riding The Avatar Cash Cow Even More!

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If you think a silly little thing like being released on DVD will stop Avatar from bringing in the bucks from the big screen, then you are sorely mistaken!

The 3D smurf ca$h cow will be released on Thursday for your home entertainment, but director James Cameron has once again found a way to make some more $$$ - he'll be releasing the 3D film in theaters once again in August - but this time with added footage!

He says:

We’re working on finishing an additional six minutes of the film — which includes a lot of Weta work — for a theatrical re-release in August. We were sold out of our Imax performances right up to the moment until they were contractually obligated to switch to “Alice in Wonderland,” so we know we left money on the table there. And the 3-D really helped “Avatar” right up until the moment that it hurt it. And it hurt it at the moment “Alice” and then “How to Train Your Dragon” and “Clash of the Titans” came in and sucked up all the 3-D screens. We went from declining 8% a week to declining 50%. Clearly, it wasn’t market forces directly; it was the availability of theaters. So we’re going to wait until there’s a time to come back in, inject the new footage into the mix and see if we can interest people in the “Avatar” experience in theaters.

It’ll be interesting because it’ll be on DVD by then, but I think “Avatar” is kind of a unique category where people are enjoying the unique theatrical experience even though they may have seen it on the small screen. They want to have that immersive, transportive experience. “2001: A Space Odyssey” played for three years at the Loews cinema in Toronto. I remember that. It just kept playing. People wanted to return to that experience. That may not be the best example because I think “2001” took 25 years to break even.

He also spoke briefly about what to expect from the film's sequels - yes, he's working on a third:

We created a broad canvas for the environment of film. That’s not just on Pandora, but throughout the Alpha Centauri AB system. And we expand out across that system and incorporate more into the story – not necessarily in the second film, but more toward a third film. I’ve already announced this, so I might as well say it: Part of my focus in the second film is in creating a different environment – a different setting within Pandora. And I’m going to be focusing on the ocean on Pandora, which will be equally rich and diverse and crazy and imaginative, but it just won’t be a rain forest. I’m not saying we won’t see what we’ve already seen; we’ll see more of that as well.

Wow! He's going to be working on these movies for the next twenty years!

What do U think?? Will U see Avatar again in theaters?? Thoughts on sequels??

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