Dragons: a live-action film in development and planned for 2025

The Dragons movie is getting a live-action adaptation.

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Toothless is about to take flight again: the trilogy of animated films Dragons will have the right to a live-action adaptation (in real shots), currently in development at Universal. Take out your diaries: the film is already scheduled to be released in theaters on March 14, 2025.

Toothless “in real life”

Fans can be reassured, this new film is in good hands as it will be directed by Dean DeBlois, screenwriter and director of Dragons (2010), Dragons 2 (2014) and Dragons 3: The Hidden World (2019), all three nominated for the Oscar for best animated film. Before bringing the adventures of young Hiccup and his dragon Toothless to life, DeBlois had also directed the film Lilo & Stitch for Disney. A safe bet, therefore.

Remember: the first film Dragons told the life of a small Viking village of Berk, fighting against the repeated attacks of dragons. Until the day when Harold, the chef’s young apprentice, will befriend the dragon Toothless, and change the way his people see his creatures.

The first Dragons movie was released in 2010.

The first Dragons movie was released in 2010.

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Adapted from the series of books by Cressida Cowell published as early as 2004, the films of the trilogy Dragons were both a critical and public success, grossing over $1.6 billion worldwide. The franchise then developed into a television series and several short films, becoming one of the most popular sagas of Dreamworks studios, alongside Shrek And kung fu panda.

So few details are still known about this future film Dragons in real shots, it is already scheduled in cinemas for March 14, 2025.

  • Watch the trailer for the first Dragons :

Where to see movies and series Dragons in streaming ?

In the meantime, Toothless fans can go to the Netflix streaming platform to find the films Dragons And Dragons 2as well as the series Dragons: Beyond the Shores, Legends of Dragons, Dragons: Guardians of the Sky and the short film First Race of Dragons: Ready, Fire Go!.



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