Alexander Rybak gives voice to Hikken (Hiccup) in the Norwegian version “Dragetreneren 3” from DreamWorks.
In 2010 came the first movie in the computer-animated action fantasy trilogy “How to Train Your Dragon”, where Alexander Rybak gave voice to the main character Hikken (Hiccup) in the Norwegian version “Dragetreneren”.
In 2014 came the second movie, and this time Alexander both gave voice to Hikken and also got the honour of having his song “Into a Fantasy” on the official soundtrack on the Europeen versions.
Now the third and last movie is out, and Alexander Rybak also this time gives the voice to the main character Hikken in “Dragetreneren 3” .
“Dragetreneren 3” premieres in Norwegian cinemas 11 th January 2019. But the weekend, 4-6. January, there are pre-premieres at several cinemas in Norway, and a red carpet premiere at Colosseum cinema, Oslo, the 5th. 😍🐲
Rybak: A little bitter sweat
Source: filmweb.no, published 10.1.19
We had a talk with Alexander Rybak about “Dragetreneren 3” (How to Train Your Dragon – Hidden World), the last movie in the dragon trilogy.
Alexander Rybak is still most known for winning honour for Norway in Eurovision, but he also have a small actor careermen. He has actually had the role of Hikken (Hiccup) in Dragetreneren 1 og 2, og the premiere ready movie Dragetreneren 3!
We asked Alexander how the Hikken role has changed and got a nice summary of the “How to Train Your Dragon” universe.
Below you will find trailers of the Norwegian version. None Norwegians may find it useful to watch the English trailer HERE
The adventures of Hiccup and Toothless continue in the third part of the beloved “How to Train Your Dragon” series. Now chief and ruler of Berk alongside Astrid, Hiccup has created a gloriously chaotic dragon utopia. When the sudden appearance of female Light Fury coincides with the darkest threat their village has ever faced, Hiccup and Toothless must leave the only home they’ve known and journey to a hidden world thought only to exist in myth. As their true destines are revealed, dragon and rider will fight together to the very ends of the Earth, to protect everything they’ve grown to treasure.
English version of the trailer HERE
Interview with Alexander from when he dubbed “Dragetreneren” launched in 2010.