Dragonheart: Vengeance
Director Ivan Silvestrini
Production Company Universal Studios
Writer Matthew Feitshans
Release date February 4, 2020
Running time 97 minutes
MPAA Rating PG-13
Continuity Films

Dragonheart: Vengeance is an American-British-Romanian fantasy adventure film directed by Ivan Silvestrini. It is the third direct-to-video entry in the series, and the sequel to Dragonheart 4: Battle for the Heartfire. It covers events that take place over 35 years, beginning before Battle for the Heartfire, and ending after the fourth film. It was released on Netflix, DVD, and Blu-Ray on February 4, 2020.


Lukas, a young farmer whose family is killed by savage raiders in the countryside, sets out on an epic quest for revenge, forming an unlikely trio with a majestic dragon and a swashbuckling, sword-fighting mercenary, Darius. Siveth, the ice breathing dragon who was once banished from the kingdom for failing to save the king's life. Compelled by the young man's cause, she emerges from hiding, using her fantastical powers on the trio's adventurous journey which brings revelations and rewards beyond vengeance.

Development Edit

Development of the script for the fifth movie began directly after completion of Battle for the Heartfire. Filming began early November 2018 in Romania and ended on December 5th. Locations include Râșnov Fortress, the volcanic crater in Racoș, and Bran Castle. Post-production ended on September 21, 2019.

Sequel Edit

According to an interview with Arturo Muselli, a sixth film has already entered pre-production. It is currently unknown if it will be connected to the other films.[1]

Matthew Feitshans, lead writer on the last two films, said during production of the third film that the plan was to keep up momentum with the series and hopefully lead into a remake of the original film.

Cast Edit

  • Helena Bonham Carter as Siveth (voice)
  • Joseph Millson as Darius
  • Jack Kane as Lukas
  • Carolina Carlsson as The Snake
  • Ross O'Hennessy as The Bear
  • Arturo Muselli as King Razvan
  • James Longshore as Guard Captain
  • Cameron Jack as Blacksmith
  • Fabienne Piolini-Castle as Oana
  • Richard Ashton as The Wolf
  • Ioachim Ciobanu as Messenger
  • Tam Williams as The Scorpion
  • Laur Dragan as The Councilor
  • Alexandru Roza as The Scribe
  • Tomas Otto Ghela as Young Darius

References Edit

  1. Marco. (July 27, 2019). Arturo Muselli video intervista su Dragonheart 5 e Gomorra al Giffoni Film Festival 2019. MadMass.

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