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'How to Train Your Dragon 2'
Release Date: June 13
Why It's A Sequel We Want: Vikings on dragons, take two. Duh. But the perfectly voice-casted Jay Baruchel as Hiccup in the first film appealed to the underdog teen in all of us, so the pairing with the formidable Cate Blanchett (who plays a wild dragon tamer claiming to be his long-lost mother, no less) literally sounds like a lot like intrigue. At the end of the first film, we learn that our hero loses his leg; it's a rare moment in Hollywood for a film to feature a lead character with a physical disability, so it's a welcome one, too.
- Katie Hasty