Jay Baruchel loved providing the voice of Hiccup in the DreamWorks trilogy, but says its time has now run out.
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The third instalment of the "How To Train Your Dragon" trilogy sees Hiccup, Toothless and friends facing the greatest threat ever to the human-dragon utopia of Berk.
It’s been three years since ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2,’ and quite some time since we’ve heard anything regarding the planned third instalment – but if actor Jay Baruchel’s words are anything to go by, ‘How To Train Your Dragon 3’ should be well worth the wait. The 34-year old Canadian actor, who voiced awkward young Viking hero Hiccup in both the existing Dreamworks Animation films as well as several short films and the TV spin-off shows ‘Dragons: Riders of Berk’ and ‘Dragons: Race to the Edge,’ tells Joblo that work is well underway on the next full-length feature.