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How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

  • Rate: 8.2/10 total 191,135 votes 
  • Genre: Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Drama | Family | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 26 March 2010 (USA)
  • Runtime: 98 min
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How to Train Your Dragon (2010)

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  • IMDb page: How to Train Your Dragon (2010)
  • Rate: 8.2/10 total 191,135 votes 
  • Genre: Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Drama | Family | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 26 March 2010 (USA)
  • Runtime: 98 min
  • Budget: $165,000,000(estimated)
  • Gross: $494,878,759(Worldwide)(22 July 2010)
  • Stars: Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler and Christopher Mintz-Plasse|See full cast and crew
  • Original Music By: John Powell   
  • Soundtrack: A Beautiful Lie
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | DTS | SDDS
  • Plot Keyword: Dragon | Viking | Ignorance | Friendship | Flight

Writing Credits By:

  • William Davies (screenplay) (as Will Davies) and
  • Dean DeBlois (screenplay) &
  • Chris Sanders (screenplay)
  • Cressida Cowell (book)

Known Trivia

  • David Tennant, who narrated the ‘How To Train Your…’ Audio Books, also narrates some features on the film’s website and voices a cameo role, though his character is not identified within the film.
  • When Hiccup reads the Dragon Manual, the writings in it are actually in plain English cryptographed into runes. With a small effort, you can read what Hiccup is saying, e.g. “Speed Unknown”.
  • The appearance and personality of Toothless was inspired by cats, dogs, and horses. The face also bears some resemblance to the giant salamander, largest amphibian in the world.
  • In the book of ‘How to Train Your Dragon’, Hiccup doesn’t have a love interest. Furthermore, Toothless the dragon in the book is about the size of the Terrible Terror breed, and he is also green and red, not black. Toothless also got his name because when Hiccup first found him he had no teeth. He grew one tooth, only to lose it shortly later. The producers decided, with the approval of author Cressida Cowell, that it would be more cinematic to make Toothless large enough to be ridden as a flying mount. As such, Toothless was completely redesigned as a rare Night Fury, a highly intelligent breed of dragon evolved for speed and stealth. His personal name in the film derives from Hiccup’s observation about how his teeth are normally retracted into his jaws so they don’t interfere with his fire breathing, which is typically projected as an explosive pulse.
  • The creature sounds and audio effects in the film were mostly created at Skywalker Sound.
  • The sounds of Toothless (the Night Fury) are a combination of various sounds, including the voice of Supervising Sound Designer Randy Thom, elephant seals, elephants, horses, tigers, and even domestic cats. The elephant seal sounds used were recordings of elephant seal pups at The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, CA, a marine mammal hospital that rescues, rehabilitates and releases sick and injured seals, sea lions, whales, and dolphins.
  • The sounds the Terrible Terrors make, including growling, are actually based upon a purebred Chihuahua named Paco from Cottage Grove, Oregon. Nia Hansen, a sound designer at Skywalker Sound, contacted his owners after seeing a video of Paco on YouTube, and Paco was paid $100 for his voice work.
  • The hammer used by Stoick bears a strong resemblance to the Marvel comics version of the hammer Mjolnir wielded by Marvel’s Thor. The traditional mythological hammer of Thor looks much different.
  • The Night Fury dragon species was originally going to be be more wolf like in appearance. Instead, a Dreamworks employee’s computer screen saver of a black leopard inspired the film’s creators to make Toothless more feline in appearance.
  • The name of the village, Berk, is a British derogatory term derived from the cockney rhyming slang “Berkshire Hunt”. “Berk” is commonly used as an affectionate put down for a fool by people unaware of its true origins.

Goofs: Continuity: When Astrid follows Hiccup into the valley, she has a shield, when Toothless attacks, hiccup then has the shield and tosses it away. Next scene the shield is gone.

Plot: A hapless young Viking who aspires to hunt dragons becomes the unlikely friend of a young dragon himself, and learns there may be more to the creatures than he assumed. Full summary »  »

Story: Long ago up North on the Island of Berk, the young Viking, Hiccup, wants to join his town's fight against the dragons that continually raid their town. However, his macho father and village leader, Stoik the Vast, will not allow his small, clumsy, but inventive son to do so. Regardless, Hiccup ventures out into battle and downs a mysterious Night Fury dragon with his invention, but can't bring himself to kill it. Instead, Hiccup and the dragon, whom he dubs Toothless, begin a friendship that would open up both their worlds as the observant boy learns that his people have misjudged the species. But even as the two each take flight in their own way, they find that they must fight the destructive ignorance plaguing their world.Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)  

Synopsis

Synopsis: A Viking boy called Hiccup (voice: Jay Baruchel) introduces his village of Berk ("it’s been here for seven generations, but every single building is new"). The village is attacked by dragons, who steal food (mostly sheep) and set things on fire (hence all the new buildings). The villagers grab weapons and try to fight the dragons off. Despite being told by every adult in sight to go indoors, Hiccup hauls out a bolas-shooting cannon he made himself and shoots a dragon out of the night sky. (As assistant to the village blacksmith, Gobber (voice: Craig Ferguson), Hiccup has access to tools and materials and knows how to use them.) The dragon lands in the woods some distance form the village and no one believes that he hit anything, so it’s the next day before Hiccup can go looking for it. It turns out to be a rare and deadly Night Fury, but Hiccup can’t make himself kill it. Instead he releases it — whereupon it also refrains from killing Hiccup — and it flies off through the trees.

Hiccup discovers that the dragon (which he eventually calls Toothless because of its retractable teeth) has holed up in a steep-sided valley because it can no longer fly more than a few feet at a time. While sketching the dragon, Hiccup realizes that it’s missing a tail fin. He makes a prosthetic tail fin out of leather. The new fin helps, but Toothless can’t control it and inadvertently takes Hiccup for a ride, giving him a clear idea of what’s needed to help the dragon fly right. In a series of workshop and test flight scenes, Hiccup builds and perfects a saddle, a control mechanism for the tail fin, and a safety harness.

Meanwhile, Hiccup’s father Stoick (voice: Gerard Butler) has signed him up for dragon training with Gobber, which is very different from the training he’s already doing with Toothless: he’s going to learn to fight dragons. At first, he’s the worst student in the class. Since Hiccup has always been an accident-prone klutz, this comes as no surprise to his classmates Astrid (voice: America Ferrera), Snotlout (voice: Jonah Hill), Fishlegs (voice: Christopher Mintz-Plasse), Ruffnut (voice: Kristen Wiig), and her twin brother Tuffnut (voice: T.J. Miller). (Hiccup’s a little sweet on Astrid.) Before long, Hiccup is able to use some things he’s learned while working with Toothless to soothe and manage the school’s practice dragons. (It turns out dragons are just big kitty-cats: they like to be petted, there’s a kind of grass that’s like cat-nip to them, and they love fish (but hate eels).) When Stoick returns from a failed search for the fabled nest of the dragons, he’s surprised but thrilled to hear that his son is doing brilliantly at dragon training. He gives Hiccup a horned helmet made from one of his dead mother’s breastplates. But Hiccup, as usual, is unable to get around his father’s expectations and speak frankly, so he can’t explain that his success at dragon school is unlikely to lead to the slaying of any dragons.

When Hiccup subdues a practice dragon, unintentionally earning the privilege of killing it before the entire village, he’s horrified and decides to flee with Toothless. However Astrid, having noticed Hiccup’s frequent disappearances and secretive behavior, is suspicious. She follows him to the hidden valley and sees Toothless. Unable to explain his relationship with the dragon, Hiccup takes her flying, and she’s captivated. But they get caught up in a flock of dragons returning to their nest carrying food. The dragons fly inside a mountainous island and drop the food into a pit, which turns out to contain a huge, terrifying, and very hungry dragon that eats the smaller ones if they don’t bring it enough food. Hiccup and Astrid and shocked to realize that the dragons have been stealing their sheep to keep from being eaten themselves. When they get home, Hiccup convinces Astrid not to reveal the location of the dragon nest. Before she goes, she punches him in the arm and says "That’s for kidnapping me." Then she kisses him and says "That’s for everything else."

Everything goes wrong at the dragon-killing ceremony. Hiccup discards his weapons in an attempt to show the Vikings that dragons only fight to defend themselves, but Stoick and others intervene and the dragon attacks. Toothless comes to the rescue and is on the verge of killing Stoick when Hiccup calls Toothless off. Despite Hiccup’s protests, the angry Vikings chain Toothless up. When he ineptly tries to explain, Hiccup lets it slip that Toothless took him to the nest of the dragons, and Stoick resolves to use Toothless to find the nest again. He won’t listen to Hiccup’s warnings about the giant dragon. He loads Toothless on his ship and the Viking fleet sails off with all the warriors in the village, disowning Hiccup and leaving him behind. When Hiccup wonders aloud why he didn’t kill Toothless when he had the chance since it would have avoided all of this, Astrid challenges him to explain why. In doing so, Hiccup comes to an epiphany about his moral character, his personal strength and Astrid’s faith in him. Inspired, Hiccup and his classmates mount the practice dragons and fly off in pursuit of the fleet.

At the dragons’ island, the Vikings use catapults to break open the side of the mountain in which the giant dragon is trapped. When it comes out, Stoick realizes that he’s made a mistake. He resolves to fight it himself to buy the other Vikings time to escape; Gobber volunteers to join him. While Stoick and Gobber prepare to sacrifice themselves to distract the dragon, the kids arrive to join the battle. They do manage to distract the giant dragon a little, but it sets the Vikings’ ships on fire. While his comrades keep the giant dragon occupied, Hiccup tries to rescue Toothless (who’s still in chains) from the burning ship, but they end up under water and Stoick rescues both of them. Then Toothless and Hiccup go after the giant dragon together. They draw it up into the clouds and away from the Vikings, trying to get it to crash on the island. In the end Toothless releases a blast into the giant dragon’s open mouth and it crashes and burns, apparently taking our heroes down with it — we see Hiccup fall toward the fire as Toothless tries desperately to catch him. On the ground, a heartbroken Stoick approaches the wounded Toothless wondering what has become of his son; Toothless opens his wings to show that he saved Hiccup. ("Well, most of him," Gobber remarks cryptically.)

Back at home, Hiccup wakes up and Toothless urges him out of bed. Hiccup finds that he lost his left foot in the battle with the giant dragon. However, Gobber has made him a new one, ingeniously spring-loaded. (Hiccup and Toothless now have matching disabilities.) They go out into the village, which is full of swooping, frolicking dragons; the Vikings now treat them as pets. Astrid greets Hiccup with a kiss. Supplied by Gobber with a new tail fin prosthetic and saddle for Toothless, Hiccup takes flight with Astrid and his friends as he exults at the new alliance of Vikings and Dragons.

 

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Bonnie Arnold known as producer
  • Kristine Belson known as executive producer
  • Suzanne Buirgy known as associate producer
  • Michael A. Connolly known as co-producer
  • Doug Davison known as co-producer
  • Karen Foster known as co-producer
  • Tim Johnson known as executive producer
  • Roy Lee known as co-producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Jay Baruchel known as Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III (voice)
  • Gerard Butler known as Stoick the Vast (voice)
  • Craig Ferguson known as Gobber the Belch (voice)
  • America Ferrera known as Astrid Hofferson (voice)
  • Jonah Hill known as Snotlout (voice)
  • Christopher Mintz-Plasse known as Fishlegs (voice)
  • T.J. Miller known as Tuffnut (voice)
  • Kristen Wiig known as Ruffnut (voice)
  • Robin Atkin Downes known as Ack (voice)
  • Philip McGrade known as Starkard (voice)
  • Kieron Elliott known as Hoark the Haggard (voice)
  • Ashley Jensen known as Phlegma the Fierce (voice)
  • David Tennant known as Spitelout (voice)

..

 

Supporting Department

Art Department:

  • John-Eric Cardon de Lichtbuer known as visual development
  • Nathan Fowkes known as visual development artist
  • Jonathan B. Lee known as research assistant
  • Emil Mitev known as visual development artist
  • Wilbert Plijnaar known as concept artist
  • Caprice Ann Ridgeway known as art researcher
  • Nicolas Weis known as visual development artist
  • Margaret Wuller known as visual development artist
  • Michael Yamada known as visual development artist
  • Melchior Zwyer known as visual development artist
  • Elaine Bogan known as storyboard artist (uncredited)
  • Matthew Kemper known as story & layout intern: DreamWorks (uncredited)
  • Zhaoping Wei known as visual development (uncredited)

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Company

Production Companies:

  • DreamWorks Animation (presents)
  • Mad Hatter Entertainment
  • Vertigo Entertainment

Other Companies:

  • 5 Cat Studios  score mixed at
  • Air Lyndhurst Studios  music recorded at (as Air Studios, London)
  • DIVE  adr & animation reference capture
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix
  • Hear Kitty  additional dialogue recording
  • Hewlett Packard  workstations, servers and technical services
  • Howard Schwartz Recording  dialogue recording studio (as HSR/NY)
  • Isobel Griffiths Limited  orchestral contractor: London
  • L.A. Mad Dogs  adr
  • L.A. Studios, The  dialogue recording studio
  • Metro Voices  choir
  • Red Talent and Literary Agency  talent agency and representative
  • Shine  special sequence designed and produced by
  • Skywalker Sound  sound post-production
  • Varèse Sarabande  soundtrack

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Distributors:

  • Paramount Japan (2010) (Japan) (theatrical) (as Paramount Pictures Japan)
  • Paramount Pictures Entertainment (2010) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2010) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2010) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2010) (France) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2010) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2010) (New Zealand) (theatrical)
  • Paramount Pictures (2010) (USA) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2010) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2010) (Denmark) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2010) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • United International Pictures (UIP) (2010) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2010) (Belgium) (theatrical)
  • Universal Pictures International (UPI) (2010) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Zon Lusomundo Audiovisuais (2010) (Portugal) (theatrical)
  • FX Network (2012) (USA) (TV)
  • Film1 (2011) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Home Box Office (HBO) (2011) (USA) (TV)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (Spain) (2010) (Spain) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2010) (USA) (DVD)
  • Paramount Home Entertainment (2010) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)

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Other Stuff

Visual Effects by:

  • Fernanda S. Abarca known as surfacing artist
  • Motohisa Adachi known as effects developer
  • Evrim Akyilmaz known as visual effects
  • Gianni Aliotti known as lead lighter
  • John Allwine known as visual effects artist
  • Benjamin Andersen known as visual effects artist
  • Chris Armsden known as lighting technical director
  • Robert Armstrong known as lead technical director
  • David Badgerow known as final layout artist
  • Matt Baer known as head of effects
  • Jasper M. Baltzersen known as paint fix artist: PDI/DreamWorks
  • Kelly Barschig known as recruiter: DWA
  • Michael Baula known as paint fix artist: PDI/DreamWorks
  • Dugan Beach known as character effects animator
  • Greg Beckman known as visual effects artist
  • Matthew Beightol known as paint fix artist
  • Alena Bejenarou known as character technical director
  • Steven Blakey known as visual effects artist
  • Silviu Borac known as senior fx r&d engineer
  • Julie Anne Brame known as effects developer
  • Gregory Brentin known as supervising technical director
  • Nathalie Buce known as surfacing artist
  • Daniel Bunn known as rough layout artist
  • Craig Cannon known as paint fix artist
  • Mark T. Carlson known as effects engineer
  • Onny P. Carr known as lighting artist
  • Onny P. Carr known as visual effects artist
  • Gregg Carrier known as software engineer
  • Zachary Carter known as visual effects
  • Chloe Chao known as research and development
  • Robert Chen known as visual effects artist
  • Alan Cheney known as effects developer
  • David S. Cheng known as technical director
  • Vanessa Chiara known as dmr production coordinator: IMAX
  • Joong-ryang Choi known as character effects artist
  • Hermann Chong known as media tools engineer
  • Sebastien Chort known as lead lighting artist
  • Michael Clive known as digital artist
  • Bart Coughlin known as character technical director
  • Robert Edward Crawford known as lead layout artist
  • Damon Crowe known as character effects supervisor
  • Lawrence D. Cutler known as character technical director
  • Tony Davidson known as surfacing artist
  • Brian C. Davis known as visual effects artist
  • Kwesi Davis known as production engineer
  • Gilbert Davoud known as character technical director
  • Chris De St Jeor known as character effects animator
  • Justin DeCell known as lighting technical assistant
  • Mark A. Decker known as lighting artist
  • Sandy Dong known as surfacing artist
  • Scott Douglas known as animation technical director
  • Michael Duffy known as lighting technical director
  • Erin J. Elliott known as crowds artist
  • Charles Ellison known as modeler
  • Kolja Erman known as effects technical director
  • Tyson Erze known as visual effects artist
  • Ken Faiman known as character effects animator
  • Cassandra Fanning known as digital effects artist
  • Michael Farley known as digital effects
  • Peter Farson known as character technical director
  • Sean Fennell known as crowds supervisor
  • Louis Flores known as visual effects lead
  • Adam Gaige known as effects technical director
  • Akash Garg known as fx engineer
  • Ashraf Ghoniem known as character effects technical director
  • Jonathan Gibbs known as global lead
  • Greg Gibson known as computer systems engineer
  • Navjit Singh Gill known as lighting technical assistant
  • Juan Gonzalez known as layout artist
  • Darin K. Grant known as head of production technology
  • Landon Gray known as visual effects artist
  • Caroleen Green known as senior matte painter
  • Bill Gumina known as paint fix artist
  • Alex Gurevich known as lighting technical director
  • Glen Gustafson known as lighter
  • Jon Gutman known as final layout artist
  • Michael P. Hamler known as lead lighter
  • Susan Hayden known as CG supervisor
  • Andy Hayes known as visual effects artist
  • George Ho known as lighter
  • Beth Hofer known as global department head: DreamWorks Animation Studio Management
  • Cindy Hong known as lighter
  • Kevin Hoppe known as lighting ta
  • Nicholas Sanger Hoppe known as character effects animator
  • James Jackson known as lead visual effects artist
  • T.J. Jackson known as technical director
  • Sully Jacome-Wilkes known as surfacing artist
  • Vimanyu Jain known as technical director intern
  • Ardie Johnson known as modeler
  • Amy Rae Jones known as lead lighting
  • Michael Cadwallader Jones known as visual effects animator (as Michael Jones)
  • Tobin Jones known as senior fx animator
  • David Jordan known as lighter
  • Kurt Kaminski known as lighting artist
  • David S. Karoll known as surfacing artist
  • Jeff Kasunic known as lead lighter: DreamWorks
  • Michelle Kater known as paint fix artist
  • Louis Katz known as matte painter
  • Tim Keenan known as effects developer
  • Blaine Kennison known as lighter
  • Laurent Kermel known as visual effects artist
  • Oth Khotsimeuang known as lighting artist
  • Michel Kinfoussia known as lead lighter & compositor
  • Soo Jin King known as surfacing artist
  • Steven Knipping known as lighting technical director
  • Apryl Knobbe known as matte painting supervisor
  • Robert Kopinsky known as visual effects artist
  • Ross Krothe known as technical lighter
  • Li-Lian Ku known as character technical director
  • Linda Kurgpold known as surfacing artist
  • Soongu Kwon known as modeler
  • Ken Lam known as lighter
  • Bernard Lebel known as layout technical director
  • Andre LeBlanc known as visual effects lead
  • John J.S. Lee known as lighter: DWA
  • Li-Ming 'Lawrence' Lee known as effects animator
  • Matt Lee known as digital layout artist
  • Erin Lehmkühl known as digital effects artist
  • Matthew Leishman known as character effects technical director
  • Michael Leonard known as previz artist
  • Jim Leuper known as effects engineer
  • Hamilton Lewis known as rough layout artist
  • Kent Lidke known as digital effects artist
  • Jeffrey B. Light known as character technical director supervisor
  • Olive Lin known as visual effects artist
  • Fabio Lissi known as production engineer
  • Igor Lodeiro known as lead lighter
  • Nathan Loofbourrow known as character technical director supervisor
  • Amber Stewart Lunderville known as lighter
  • Mark Macready known as lighting technical assistant
  • Cara Malek known as character technical director
  • Mariette Marinus known as character technical director
  • Jeffrey Martin known as character effects animator
  • Jason Mayer known as effects artist
  • Phil 'Captain 3D' McNally known as stereoscopic supervisor
  • Michael McNeill known as CG supervisor
  • Jose J. Medina known as animation technical director
  • Jacob K. Melvin known as technical director
  • Cliff B. Mitchell known as character technical director
  • Jonathan Fletcher Moore known as lighting artist
  • Cristian Moras known as modeler
  • Melissa D. Moss known as paint fix artist: PDI/DreamWorks
  • Marcie Moura known as final layout artist
  • Ken Museth known as senior software engineer
  • Gaku Nakatani known as cg supervisor
  • Ori Neidich known as media tools & post-production technology engineer
  • Ronman Yiu Yan Ng known as cg supervisor
  • Sean W. Nolan known as character technical director
  • Alex Ongaro known as lead effects developer
  • Justin Onstine known as effects artist
  • Tanner Owen known as crowd animator
  • Patrick A. Palmer known as production engineer
  • Jennifer J. Pan known as surfacing technical director
  • Michael J. Pan known as production engineer
  • Hongseo Park known as character technical director
  • John Patton known as visual effects artist
  • Matthew Paulson known as modeling supervisor
  • Andrew Pearce known as director of reseach and development
  • Drew Perttula known as pipeline engineer
  • Jerome Platteaux known as compositor
  • Jerome Platteaux known as lead lighter & compositor
  • Sven Pohle known as character technical director
  • Jason Pomerantz known as senior digital artist (IMAX Version)
  • Bert Poole known as cg supervisor
  • Abhik Pramanik known as fx engineer
  • Andrew Pungprakearti known as digital effects artist
  • Thomas Pushpathadam known as visual effects artist
  • Gene Ragan known as technical lead
  • Celambarasan Ramasamy known as visual effects artist
  • Salvatore Richichi Jr. known as crowd technical director
  • Sabrina Riegel known as surfacing supervisor
  • Craig Ring known as visual effects supervisor
  • Paul Rivera known as matte artist
  • Eli Rod known as lead lighter
  • Andre Rodriguez Sr. known as modeler
  • Andrew Romine known as character effects animator
  • Allen Ruilova known as visual effects artist
  • Sheldon Serrao known as effects animator: PDI/Dreamworks
  • Priyes Shah known as senior lighting artist
  • Sameer Shah known as matte painter
  • Cory Shaw known as main title designer & animator
  • Hannah Sherman known as lighting artist
  • Stephanie Siebert known as visual effects artist
  • Lauren Simpson known as visual effects artist
  • Pat Sito known as matte painting supervisor
  • Marty Sixkiller known as media tools supervisor
  • Aaron Smith known as cg supervisor
  • Karen Smith known as visual effects artist
  • Joon Taik Song known as effects animator
  • Jeremy Squires known as lighting technical director
  • Vivek Srivastava known as compositor
  • Dug Stanat known as character technical director
  • Brock J. Stearn known as lighter
  • Matt Steele known as character technical director
  • Allen Stetson known as lead technical director
  • Curt Stewart known as effects artist
  • David Stodolny known as senior character animator
  • Chris Stover known as rough layout artist
  • Joe Ark Sun known as character effects
  • Kenji Sweeney known as lighter & compositor
  • Hector Tantoco known as digital effects artist (as H. Dante Tantoco)
  • Amy Taylor known as character effects animator
  • Britton Taylor known as digital effects artist
  • Stuart Tett known as visual effects artist
  • Andrew Titcomb known as digital layout artist
  • John Truong known as character effects animator
  • Pete Upson known as layout artist
  • Mauricio Valderrama known as stereo paint fix artist
  • David Patrick Valera known as layout artist
  • Jimmy Valladao known as lighter
  • Katie Van Maanen known as visual effects artist
  • Loren Van Wiel known as digital artist
  • Brent Villalobos known as production engineer
  • David Walden known as character technical director
  • Eric Walters known as lighting technical assistant
  • Gina Warr known as lead lighting artist
  • Brent Watkins known as character technical director
  • Jason P. Weber known as crowds artist
  • Eugene Wen known as lighting technical assistant
  • Andrew Wheeler known as effects lead
  • Jeffrey Wike known as director of research & development
  • Rhiannon Leffanta Wilhelmi known as layout artist
  • David D. Wilson known as effects technical director
  • Youxi Woo known as effects technical director
  • Laura Wood known as production engineer
  • Stephen Wood known as visual effects animator
  • Masahito Yoshioka known as visual effects
  • Alfred Young known as lighter
  • Franz Zach known as senior modeler
  • Guido Zimmermann known as character technical director
  • Todd Zullo known as crowd animator
  • Spencer Knapp known as crowds artist (uncredited)
  • Mark Newport known as visual effects artist (uncredited)

Release Date:

  • Kazakhstan 18 March 2010
  • Russia 18 March 2010
  • Ukraine 18 March 2010
  • Philippines 19 March 2010
  • Romania 19 March 2010
  • Indonesia 20 March 2010
  • Portugal 20 March 2010 (premiere)
  • Argentina 25 March 2010
  • Australia 25 March 2010
  • Bolivia 25 March 2010
  • Denmark 25 March 2010
  • Germany 25 March 2010
  • Hungary 25 March 2010
  • Israel 25 March 2010
  • Kuwait 25 March 2010
  • Lebanon 25 March 2010
  • Malaysia 25 March 2010
  • New Zealand 25 March 2010
  • Peru 25 March 2010
  • Portugal 25 March 2010
  • Singapore 25 March 2010
  • Switzerland 25 March 2010 (German speaking region)
  • Thailand 25 March 2010
  • United Arab Emirates 25 March 2010
  • Austria 26 March 2010
  • Brazil 26 March 2010
  • Canada 26 March 2010
  • Colombia 26 March 2010
  • Ecuador 26 March 2010
  • Finland 26 March 2010
  • Italy 26 March 2010
  • Mexico 26 March 2010
  • Norway 26 March 2010
  • Panama 26 March 2010
  • South Africa 26 March 2010
  • Spain 26 March 2010
  • Sweden 26 March 2010
  • Switzerland 26 March 2010 (Italian speaking region)
  • Taiwan 26 March 2010
  • USA 26 March 2010
  • Uruguay 26 March 2010
  • Venezuela 26 March 2010
  • Belgium 31 March 2010
  • Egypt 31 March 2010
  • France 31 March 2010
  • Iceland 31 March 2010
  • Ireland 31 March 2010
  • Netherlands 31 March 2010
  • Switzerland 31 March 2010 (French speaking region)
  • UK 31 March 2010
  • Chile 1 April 2010
  • Croatia 1 April 2010
  • Czech Republic 1 April 2010
  • Greece 1 April 2010
  • Hong Kong 1 April 2010
  • Slovakia 1 April 2010
  • Slovenia 1 April 2010
  • Syria 1 April 2010
  • Bulgaria 2 April 2010
  • Cyprus 2 April 2010
  • Estonia 2 April 2010
  • Ghana 2 April 2010
  • Kenya 2 April 2010
  • Latvia 2 April 2010
  • Lithuania 2 April 2010
  • Nigeria 2 April 2010
  • Poland 9 April 2010
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina 15 April 2010
  • Serbia 15 April 2010
  • India 16 April 2010
  • Georgia 22 April 2010
  • Turkey 23 April 2010
  • Vietnam 23 April 2010
  • China 14 May 2010 (Beijing)
  • South Korea 20 May 2010
  • Japan 7 August 2010
  • Spain 10 April 2011 (Fanter Film Festival)

MPAA: Rated PG for sequences of intense action and some scary images, and brief mild language

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Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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