How to Train Your Dragon 3 Opens February 21st with new villains, new dragons

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This bittersweet final chapter to the How to Train Your Dragon movie trilogy takes audiences back to the perfectly chaotic world of viking-home Berk, ruled by chief Hiccup, where dragons and men now live side-by-side. Dragons and Vikings work together to protect their utopia as well as venture out to protect other dragons in harm’s way. Of course, this brings unwanted attention to their cause from the wrong crowd, introducing a new villain as well as a new winged friend. Hiccup, Toothless the Night Fury dragon and Viking/dragon crew must work together and discover their ultimate destinies.

FourLittleMonsters.com represents for Comcast NBC Universal’s How To Train Your Dragon 3 party in Philadelphia

To celebrate the February 21st opening of the How to Train Your Dragon 3 movie, the monsters partied it up with Comcast NBC Universal and dragon-friendly party fare, delicious dragon treats, dragon activities and a prescreening of the How to Train Your Dragon III.

NightFuryImageThe Monsters got to take home super cool toys by Playmobil that we obviously stayed up late building as they were too excited to wait. The PLAYMOBIL® How to Train Your Dragon III Hiccup & Toothless with Baby Dragon shoots lightning darts out of his mouth (as I joyfully discovered while assembling and aiming it at my own face) and his back lights up like in the movie with the touch of a button. There’s an entire collection of the How to Train Your Dragon III toys, including a huge replica of the village Berk as well as a Viking ship. Check out Playmobil’s Toothless Dragon toys here:

How to Train Your Dragon Toys by Playmobil Collection

Disclosure: Four Little Monsters Blog attends and promotes events sponsored by Comcast NBC Universal. Four Little Monsters is an affiliate partner with Amazon. All opinions belong to the blogger.
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