This image released by DreamWorks Animation shows the character Astrid, voiced by America Ferrera, in a scene from "Hot To Train Your Dragon 2." (AP Photo/DreamWorks Animation)
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It's harder still to balance the competing needs of stretching the story in new directions but retaining the guiding spirit of the original enough to make fans happy.Five years have passed, and now Berk is a virtual playground for dragons and Vikings alike.Adjustments have been made to enhance dragon-human coexistence: for example, an aqueduct system, to quickly put out those pesky dragon-breath fires.That would be Drago Bludvist (Djimon Hounsou), a vicious villain who's building a dragon army.In fact, Valka -- voiced by Cate Blanchett in an elegant, otherworldly accent -- has spent these long years saving dragons.Valka doesn't believe, as her family does, that dragons can live with humans -- humans can be too cruel.Many tears will be shed over the scene where Hiccup learns that bad things can happen to good people.
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