DreamWorks' summer flick 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' did little to contribute to the movie studio's topline over the second quarter. The company, which specializes in family animation, reported a 43% drop in revenue to $122.3 million after the sequel's soft open at the box office in mid-June. The film, which has since topped $428 million worldwide since its debut, had yet to be released in key international markets by the quarter's close. DreamWorks recorded a net loss of 18 cents a share, far wider than analysts' estimates of net losses of 2 cents a share. Weak sales of 'Mr Peabody & Sherman' contributed to results below expectations a quarter earlier. TheStreet's Keris Lahiff has details form New York.