How to Train Your Dragon

It’s Friday, and that means that it is time to take a look at This Week in Movie Posters. This week we have lost art for Inglorious Basterds, Kick-Ass, Russell Brand, creepy kids and a fascinating look behind the scenes of poster creation.

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This week it’s all about love, growing old, fighting mythical creatures, taming mythical creatures and getting Sleeping Beauty’s lazy ass out of bed. In fact, let me just take a moment to say something I’ve been wanting to say for a long time: I wish she’d get a job already.

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There’s a pun here somewhere. I just can’t find it. Perhaps it is something along the lines of, “perhaps Dreamworks Animation should learn how to make a good animated movie” before they tackle the dragon training…

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Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is the protagonist of How to Train Your Dragon. He’s the son of Viking King Stoick the Vast, chief of the Hairy Hooligans. But it’s hard to live up to his father’s expectations. Especially when you are faced with training the huge dragon in this photo.

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