History WMG / HotelTransylvania

13th Jan '16 1:07:24 PM TitoMosquito
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* He's be older than Mavis because he's the same Griffin; the serum made him immortal.
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* He's He'd be older than Mavis because he's the same Griffin; the serum made him immortal.

* He's ** Jossed by Selena Gomez (Mavis Dracula's voice actress), who confirmed that she's recording alongside Andy Samberg (Jonathan's voice actor). This all but confirms that ''Hotel Transylvania 2'' will be older than Mavis because he's the same Griffin; the serum made him immortal.a sequel, not a prequel. * A prequel covering Jonathan's childhood.

* A prequel covering Jonathan's childhood. ** Jossed by Selena Gomez (Mavis Dracula's voice actress), who confirmed that she's recording alongside Andy Samberg (Jonathan's voice actor). This all but confirms that Hotel Transylvania 2 will be a sequel, not a prequel.


** [[spoiler: Some of this plotline would later be used in HotelTransylvania2, with the concern over Dennis being fully human or a merely a "late-fanger" and maybe leaving the hotel.]]
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** [[spoiler: Some of this plotline would later be used in HotelTransylvania2, ''WesternAnimation/HotelTransylvania2'', with the concern over Dennis being fully human or a merely a "late-fanger" and maybe leaving the hotel.]]
4th Oct '15 2:37:45 PM Eagal
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** Alternately they're just normal glasses because MST3kMantra.
2nd Oct '15 4:37:36 PM KennethMorgan
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** [[spoiler: Some of this plotline would later be used in HotelTransylvania2, with the concern over Dennis being fully human or a merely a "late-fanger" and maybe leaving the hotel.]]
27th Sep '15 7:34:24 AM bookwormgal
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** Jossed for the sequel.

Just look at the tunnels Dracula goes through. As with Quasimodo and the Invisible Man, he's close enough to be considered a monster.
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Just look at the tunnels Dracula goes through. As with Quasimodo and the Invisible Man, he's close enough to be considered a monster.monster. * He does show up in the sequel...
8th Aug '15 12:38:47 PM TMNTFanGirl
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[[WMG: Mavis will turn out to be pregnant a second time at the end of the sequel]] Although she and Jonathan obviously love Dennis very much, I imagine that they'd probably want to have more kids, and that Dracula would want more grandkids--even though he also obviously loves Dennis very much.
27th Jul '15 1:08:29 PM TMNTFanGirl
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[[WMG: Mavis will turn out to be pregnant a second time at the end of the sequel]] Although she and Jonathan obviously love Dennis very much, I imagine that they'd probably want to have more kids, and that Dracula would want more grandkids--even though he also obviously loves Dennis very much.
18th Jan '15 4:42:04 PM AntMan
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* Since "you only zing once", chances are that if Dracula does find a SecondLove, [[ReincarnationRomance she'll be the reincarnation of his dead wife, Martha]].
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* Since "you only zing once", chances are that if Dracula does find a SecondLove, [[ReincarnationRomance she'll be the reincarnation of his dead wife, Martha]].Martha]]. [[WMG: Franchise/ThePhantomOfTheOpera was one of the architects for the hotel]] Just look at the tunnels Dracula goes through. As with Quasimodo and the Invisible Man, he's close enough to be considered a monster.
20th Oct '14 6:44:03 PM Konaharei
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* Confirmed to have been originally planned, but was changed when Gennedy Tartakovsky became the director. According to commercial artist Marcelo Vignali, who worked on the concept art for Mavis's bedroom with original director Jill Culton, "In Jill's version of the story...[Mavis] was half human -- only she (Mavis) didn't know it! Mavis wondered why she couldn't turn herself into a bat, or when her fangs would finally grow-in. Dracula just explained to her that she was simply a late-bloomer -- concealing the fact that Mavis' mother was human." Vignali also writes on his website, "...In Jill's version of the story, Dracula was still the over-bearing and controlling father as he is in the final version of the story that made it into theaters. But, in this version, Dracula had intimidated all the other monsters in the hotel to play along and convince Mavis she was simply a late bloomer. His fear was that would discover she was human, and leave the hotel. When the Johnathan-character (love interest) arrives at the hotel, Mavis soon discovers that she isn't a monster, and that she's been lied to all this time." When Tartakovsky took over the directing helm from Jill Culton, Mavis's half-human side was scrapped, and she was written as a full vampire instead.
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* Confirmed to have been originally planned, but was changed when Gennedy Tartakovsky became the director. According to commercial artist Marcelo Vignali, who worked on the concept art in 2008 for Mavis's bedroom with original director Jill Culton, "In Jill's version of the story...[Mavis] was half human -- only she (Mavis) didn't know it! Mavis wondered why she couldn't turn herself into a bat, or when her fangs would finally grow-in. Dracula just explained to her that she was simply a late-bloomer -- concealing the fact that Mavis' mother was human." Vignali also writes on his website, "...In Jill's version of the story, Dracula was still the over-bearing and controlling father as he is in the final version of the story that made it into theaters. But, in this version, Dracula had intimidated all the other monsters in the hotel to play along and convince Mavis she was simply a late bloomer. His fear was that would discover she was human, and leave the hotel. When the Johnathan-character (love interest) arrives at the hotel, Mavis soon discovers that she isn't a monster, and that she's been lied to all this time." When Tartakovsky took over the directing helm from Jill Culton, Mavis's half-human side was scrapped, and she was written as a full vampire instead. instead. According to Wikipedia, "In less than a year [2011-2012], Tartakovsky rewrote the script [for Hotel Transylvania] and reimagined the film to follow the energy, organicity and exaggeration of 2D animation, particularly as seen in the work of director Tex Avery."
20th Oct '14 6:40:50 PM Konaharei
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* Confirmed to have been originally planned, but was changed when Gennedy Tartakovsky became the director. According to commercial artist Marcelo Vignali, who worked on the concept art for Mavis's bedroom with original director Jill Culton, "In Jill's version of the story...[Mavis] was half human -- only she (Mavis) didn't know it! Mavis wondered why she couldn't turn herself into a bat, or when her fangs would finally grow-in. Dracula just explained to her that she was simply a late-bloomer -- concealing the fact that Mavis' mother was human." Vignali also writes on his website, "...In Jill's version of the story, Dracula was still the over-bearing and controlling father as he is in the final version of the story that made it into theaters. But, in this version, Dracula had intimidated all the other monsters in the hotel to play along and convince Mavis she was simply a late bloomer. His fear was that would discover she was human, and leave the hotel. When the Johnathan-character (love interest) arrives at the hotel, Mavis soon discovers that she isn't a monster, and that she's been lied to all this time." When Tartakovsky took over the directing helm from Jill Cutton, Mavis's half-human side was scrapped, and she was written as a full vampire instead.
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* Confirmed to have been originally planned, but was changed when Gennedy Tartakovsky became the director. According to commercial artist Marcelo Vignali, who worked on the concept art for Mavis's bedroom with original director Jill Culton, "In Jill's version of the story...[Mavis] was half human -- only she (Mavis) didn't know it! Mavis wondered why she couldn't turn herself into a bat, or when her fangs would finally grow-in. Dracula just explained to her that she was simply a late-bloomer -- concealing the fact that Mavis' mother was human." Vignali also writes on his website, "...In Jill's version of the story, Dracula was still the over-bearing and controlling father as he is in the final version of the story that made it into theaters. But, in this version, Dracula had intimidated all the other monsters in the hotel to play along and convince Mavis she was simply a late bloomer. His fear was that would discover she was human, and leave the hotel. When the Johnathan-character (love interest) arrives at the hotel, Mavis soon discovers that she isn't a monster, and that she's been lied to all this time." When Tartakovsky took over the directing helm from Jill Cutton, Culton, Mavis's half-human side was scrapped, and she was written as a full vampire instead.
20th Oct '14 6:40:40 PM Konaharei
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* Confirmed to have been originally planned, but was changed when Gennedy Tartakovsky became the director. According to commercial artist Marcelo Vignali, who worked on the concept art for Mavis's bedroom with original director Jill Cutton, "In Jill's version of the story...[Mavis] was half human -- only she (Mavis) didn't know it! Mavis wondered why she couldn't turn herself into a bat, or when her fangs would finally grow-in. Dracula just explained to her that she was simply a late-bloomer -- concealing the fact that Mavis' mother was human." Vignali also writes on his website, "...In Jill's version of the story, Dracula was still the over-bearing and controlling father as he is in the final version of the story that made it into theaters. But, in this version, Dracula had intimidated all the other monsters in the hotel to play along and convince Mavis she was simply a late bloomer. His fear was that would discover she was human, and leave the hotel. When the Johnathan-character (love interest) arrives at the hotel, Mavis soon discovers that she isn't a monster, and that she's been lied to all this time." When Tartakovsky took over the directing helm from Jill Cutton, Mavis's half-human side was scrapped, and she was written as a full vampire instead.
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* Confirmed to have been originally planned, but was changed when Gennedy Tartakovsky became the director. According to commercial artist Marcelo Vignali, who worked on the concept art for Mavis's bedroom with original director Jill Cutton, Culton, "In Jill's version of the story...[Mavis] was half human -- only she (Mavis) didn't know it! Mavis wondered why she couldn't turn herself into a bat, or when her fangs would finally grow-in. Dracula just explained to her that she was simply a late-bloomer -- concealing the fact that Mavis' mother was human." Vignali also writes on his website, "...In Jill's version of the story, Dracula was still the over-bearing and controlling father as he is in the final version of the story that made it into theaters. But, in this version, Dracula had intimidated all the other monsters in the hotel to play along and convince Mavis she was simply a late bloomer. His fear was that would discover she was human, and leave the hotel. When the Johnathan-character (love interest) arrives at the hotel, Mavis soon discovers that she isn't a monster, and that she's been lied to all this time." When Tartakovsky took over the directing helm from Jill Cutton, Mavis's half-human side was scrapped, and she was written as a full vampire instead.
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