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Enter the Dragons Defenders of Berk - Part 2 DVD GIVEAWAY
Just a few weeks before the next movie How to Train Your Dragon 2 soars into theaters on June 13th, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has released Dragons Defenders of Berk - Part 2 on DVD. Kids are definitely seeing fire and lightning breathing dragons flying in the sky a lot these days, and they're about to see many more of these whimsical creatures buzzing around.
Following the highly popular original big screen DreamWorks Animation Academy Award nominated movie How to Train a Dragon, which gave birth to the equally successful video series Dragons Riders of Berk Part 1 and 2 and Dragons Defenders of Berk Part 1, animated fantasy movie fans can expect even more dragon excitement in the days ahead.
DreamWorks Dragons: Defenders of Berk Part 2 picks up where the first DVD Dragons Defenders of Berk leaves off. This time Hiccup and his brave friends must engage in new challenges to protect their island home. Once again, the young Vikings need to use every dragon training skill they know to over power and surprise new enemies. Featuring the high quality of animation DreamWorks Animation is built upon, the DVD features original voice talent such as Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Zack Pealman and others.
Special Features on the new DVD
- Dragon Tracker Part 4
- Sneak Peek of Sandtrapper (from How to Train Your Dragon 2)
- Evolution of Skrill Featurette with Visual Effects
- "Hear Comes the Fire" Dragon Mash-up Music Video
Now on DVD +Digital UV, $19.98 List
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