Fly Your Dragon on 12th of August

Are you a Disney movie fan? Then the countdown of your great time has already started. It’s the time for one more new Disney movie. This time, it is a live-action/animation film- Pete’s Dragon. Though it is true that the film is a remake of Disney classic Pete’s Dragon which released in the year 1977, after 40 long years, Disney Films bring back it’s one of the most famous characters- Elliott the Dragon.


What Experts Say


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Once more Elliott will roar in theatres on 12th 2016, but before that let’s have a look at expert’s opinion.

Director of the film David Lowery says about the design of the Dragon Elliott “Certain things about the original design we loved: Big jaw, big snout, and a clumsy quality that we really wanted to not completely forget about,” “We explored pink, just to see what would happen,”.  “From the get-go, the aesthetic was always to make everything feel as handmade as possible, including effects,” Lowery expresses. “To really have it feel like a blur between a very grounded realistic world and a world in which a big green dragon that can turn invisible can exist.”

Production designer Jade Healy says “David saw this furry, soft dragon that kids could imagine when they go into the woods, could actually be there,”

The Story


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The story of Pete’s Dragon is about an orphan boy of 10 years and his best friend, a Dragon Elliott. We will see new-comer Okes Fegley as Pete in this 2016 version of Pete’s Dragon.

Let’s have the first look of the film:




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So, are you feeling excited? Of course yes. While you are waiting for this latest Disney movie take a look at the animation courses available for you and keep watching the official trailer of “Pete’s Dragon”.


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