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Blanchett Lends 'Fiery Strength' to 'Dragons' Sequel

USA Today

"She was just standing there," the director recalls, "and I said, 'I've written a part for you in How to Train Your Dragon 2.' You have to seize those opportunities when they present themselves. She's such a glamorous starlet but, at the same time, this very grounded, super-cool Australian who drinks out of the can."

DeBlois' follow-up checks in with Hiccup and his dragon pal, Toothless, five years after he brought humans and dragons together on the island of Berk.

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aDDicteD2955d ago

blanchett always delivers in a film, i cannot recall a film of hers that she did not do good, whether the main star or supporting role, she would always give her best performance. i would not be surprised if she does a major contribution in an animated film, i remember early this year, helen mirren also did a good job in monsters university and her character was also a show stealer, blanchett would also do the same thing.