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How to Train Your Caveman Where the Wild Dinos Are.
You might think this sounds like How to Train Your Dino, but it’s more like How to Train Your Caveboy. The trailer’s best moment is actually a straight riff of HTTYD in which the caveboy leaps, snarling, in front of—well, we won’t spoil it for you. Just watch the trailer.
But first, a warning for those of you who don’t like anthemic indie choruses chanting over your scenes of childlike wonder: This trailer is straight out of the Where the Wild Things Are playbook in that regard, so we hope you like the band Of Monsters.
Now that we’ve all been sufficiently imbued with joy and awe at the beauty of the universe and the lasting power of friendship, we can talk about how the trailer tells us nothing about the plot. It really seems more like The Fox and the Hound without the creepy racialized overtones—and hopefully without the same levels of innocence-shattering tragedy.
Pixar wouldn’t do that to us, right?
Screengrab via Disney•Pixar/YouTube
Aja Romano is a geek culture reporter and fandom expert. Their reporting at the Daily Dot covered everything from Harry Potter and anime to Tumblr and Gamergate. Romano joined Vox as a staff reporter in 2016.