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Music video: HTTYD "Sticks and Stones"

Edited as of Tue 7 Jan 2014 - 07:22
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DreamWorks' animators have cut together a music video for Jónsi's "Sticks and Stones" out of clips from How to Train Your Dragon. [tip: Lando]

DreamWorks intends to release a sequel in 2013, plus a weekly series on Cartoon Network.


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And this is news how?

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It's not news, except perhaps for the bit at the end. It's a music video that I think might be of interest to our readers, based on its high-quality anthropomorphic dragon content.

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Trust me dude, if I posted any news articles about all the stuff that gets swept under the carpet to save face I would end despised.

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