September 17, 2010

Interview a Dragon Trainer

Dragon_130UPDATE: Hiccup replied! You can read his answers to your questions here.

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you found an injured dragon and tried to train it? Well, THE STACKS will be bringing in an expert who has gone through that exact experience, and you can get your questions answered! Hiccup, the Viking from the movie How to Train Your Dragon (rated PG) has agreed to answer your burning questions. (Get it? burning. . . dragon! I’m full of cleverness!) Anyway, now is your chance to ask about his experiences with wild dragons, his misunderstood life among the barbaric Vikings, and how his life has changed since the movie made him a star.

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Find out more about the characters Hiccup and Astrid in our blog post from last spring when the movie came out in theaters. If you missed it, you’ll get to see How to Train Your Dragon on DVD soon – it’s coming out on October 15. That is also date when I’ll be posting Hiccup’s answers to your questions, so check back here then!

Don’t forget to leave your questions for Hiccup in the Comments.

image from kids.scholastic.comSonja, STACKS Staffer

Photos courtesy of DreamWorks Animation

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  1. Eos

    Dear Hiccup,
    What did you think when people gestured to you and said ‘this’ in a negative way?
    Your fellow Viking friend
    Eos

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  2. Eos

    Dear Hiccup,
    Is your new movie going to be called “how to be a pirate?” If not do you have any idea what the name might be?
    Your fellow viking friend
    Eos

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  3. gottahavemypops

    haha this is a very interesting conversation, honest to god, this movie is for little kids, but other than that SP is right!

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  4. Sydney

    I don’t know if ill be able to go and see it but hopefully I will! I love action movies and Sci-fi too! Also, do they have a book “How to trian your Dragon” because i would really like to read it!

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  5. smantha

    gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood movie

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  6. Stephanie

    Dear Hiccup,
    Is Toothless the only Night Fury? When you guys uncovered the Red Death, Toothless was the only Night Fury there.

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  7. Holly

    Dear Hiccup,
    If your mother were still alive, do you think she would approve of the dragons? If so, which dragon would she ride?

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