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Exclusive! How To Train Your Dragon 2: Kit Harington’s Biceps, Gerard Butler’s Burly Singing

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Comedy, love and heart … The perfect recipe for a successful second installment of How To Train Your Dragon. Hiccup and family are back for another epic journey of dragon riding, friendships and fire breathing.

“There’s beautiful relationships all throughout the movie that I think really have a universal appeal,” Gerard Butler told HipHollywood during a recent interview to talk about the film. Craig Ferguson, who plays the voice of Gobber, added, “You get to see how much our characters care for each other through tragic events.”

And … out with the abs and with the biceps, we are seeing a new side of Game of Thrones star, Kit Harington. The actor is making his first splash in the world of animation, lending his voice to Dreamworks forthcoming sequel as a hunky dragon catcher. Harington’s animated character didn’t showcase rock hard abs, rather … Some of the biggest biceps we’ve ever seen.

“It was one of the most amazing shots in the whole thing, the moving biceps,” Kit told us.

Also lending his voice to the film, Djimon Hounsou, who plays the voice of villain, Drago. HipHollywood caught up with the actor who expressed how surprisingly difficult it was to deliver voice over.

“For me at first it felt a little clinical,” Hounsou explained. “It was just you and the mic, you are not interacting with any other characters. You find a new freedom of interpretation.”

From good looking characters, to impressive singing by Gerard Butler, the film is an absolute must see.

How To Train Your Dragon 2 hits theaters June 13.

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Watch: Halle Berry Issues Whiskey Challenge During ‘Kingsman’ Interview

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Halle Berry proved she could hang with the fellas when she downed a glass of whiskey at Comic Con alongside her Kingsman: The Golden Circle co-stars. But don’t expect her to do that again.

“No more, no more,” she said after hilariously bolting from the room when we asked her if she’d drink another glass. “I will never [do it again], and no one lets me live down the fact that I did it either.”

According to Berry she was ill for three days after, but that didn’t stop her and Pedro Pascal from daring me to throw back a glass right before our interview.

Not one to turn down a challenge, I did it, and received a round of applause and high fives before preceding to discuss the duo’s roles and why they decided to join the cast of Kingsman.

“Matthew Vaughn’s version of these movies always interested me” explained Berry who is no stranger to spy flicks after starring in the James Bond film Die Another Day. “I was apart of the Bond series and I feel like this is similar but it’s also for the new generation.”

She continued, “Some of the elements are the same but I call it spy thriller 2.0, he takes it to the next level that no one else does right now.”

In the film Berry, Pascal, Jeff Bridges and Channing Tatum play members of the Statesmen – a U.S. Spy agency operating out of a Kentucky Bourbon distillery. Pascal told us he gained a newfound appreciation for men in suits, but still prefers his jeans.

“I play agent whiskey. I’m a southern gentlemen so I’m a little more buttoned up … I’m like the stateside version of those square pegs from across the pond,” he joked.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle hits theaters September 22.

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