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Jay Baruchel: In the world that my character wants them to, the Vikings arch nemesis is race of dragons that we don’t know where they lived. They're just kind of constantly re-cavi on the island.
And so they are the arch enemy. They are the vain of my people’s existence. And so the fact that I afford a close relationship with them it actually had more in common with the dragon than I do with any of my own people. That’s a big no, no. I realize it starts off as a big no, no.
Gerard Butler: I think that he’s frustrated but I mean he sounds not exactly five years old. He’s a teenager now. And as far as he’s concerned, he’s never really showing the goods. He’s never showing himself to be tough, to be fearless, and to have that Viking spirit.
And I think that in a lot of ways, I've kind of given up on him in terms of being a great Viking. There’s always hope but—
Craig Ferguso: I think Gobber thinks about Hiccup as a kind of concerned uncle. He loves the kid I think and he knew the kid since he was a baby. But as the kid is growing he realizes this kid is different. And he’s not invested in the same way as Stoick about, “He must be a Viking chief and he must do all these stuff.”
I mean you know, you can—he’s a little more relaxed than how they end and more kind of accepting of how Hiccup is and therefore is more open to the kid’s new ideas about Dragons and Vikings.
America Ferrera: Well, I think in the beginning, Hiccup has this new sense to her because she’s there to get the job done and be the number on teenage Viking dragon slayer. And she’s much focused and he’s sort of a bug who’s not doing a very good job.
So, she doesn’t really pay much attention to him. And then he kind of becomes her unlikely competition and she gets very upset and jealous and confused about why he’s so good and what he was so bad at before. And then they kind of like become partners in this huge adventure of defying everything that their world kind of knows to be true.
Jay Baruchel: I have never done like original voice like I did a lot of dubbing when I was young. When I was like 12 or 13 I did a lot of dubbing with French into English and stuff.
Yes. so this is my first time really with this stuff and you know, I like there’s like a leader with my blood and every part I play you know. And some are closer to me than others. And Hiccup was definitely pretty close to me at 14.