DreamWorks’ Netflix Original Series ‘Dragons: Race to the Edge’ and ‘Dinotrux’

DreamWorks’ Animation Television is producing two new original series for Netflix, and invites you and one guest to a very special sneak peek of the productions, a Q&A moderated by Jerry Beck and a reception.

Thursday, June 4th, 6:30pm
Campanile Theater
DreamWorks Animation
1000 Flower Street
Glendale, CA 91201

In attendance will be Art Brown & Doug Sloan, Executive Producers, Dragons: Race to the Edge, David Jones, Visual Effects Supervisor, Dragons: Race to the Edge, Ron Burch & David Kidd, Executive Producers, Dinotrux and Randy Dormans, Supervising Producer, Dinotrux.

RSVP information will be sent to members of ASIFA-Hollywood via email.

A valid ASIFA-Hollywood membership card and photo ID will be required for admittance. RSVPs do not guarantee seating. Screenings are overbooked to compensate for no-shows. This screening will be monitored for unauthorized recording. No cameras allowed during the screening.

DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge will follow Hiccup and Toothless beyond the borders of Berk, guided and imperiled by a powerful artifact called the Dragon Eye.

Providing a narrative bridge between DreamWorks’ How to Train Your Dragon and its sequel, DreamWorks Dragons first premiered on Cartoon Network in 2012 and launched a second season in 2013. The show’s move to Netflix was announced in 2014.

All 13 episodes of DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge will premiere worldwide on Netflix on June 26.

Dinotrux follows the adventures of two unlikely best friends as they navigate the mechanical domain ruled by creatures including Tyrannosaurus Trux, Scraptors and Tow-a-constrictors. The series will join DreamWorks‘ Turbo Fast, which launched in 2013, as well as forthcoming efforts King Julien, Puss in Boots, Veggie Tales in the House and DreamWorks Dragons.