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Review: “Hotel Transylvania 2” – Does New Blood Keep the Laughs Coming?

by Christopher Glennonon September 25, 2015
Sony thrilled audiences so much with Hotel Transylvania in 2012 that they’re rolling out the blood red carpet again with its sequel just in time for the 2015 Halloween season.  The first movie asked the question of what would happen if a human fell in love with the sheltered vampire daughter of Dracula (answer: hilarity). […]


New “Hotel Transylvania 2” Domestic Teaser One-Sheet Revealed

by Ed Liuon March 26, 2015
Sony Pictures Animation has revealed the latest domestic teaser one-sheet poster for Hotel Transylvania 2. It is set to appear in theaters starting tomorrow, but you can get a look at Drac’s Pack now: Hotel Transylvania 2 will premiere on September 25, 2015.
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Genndy Tartakovsky Steps Off “Popeye,” Talks “Hotel Transylvania 2”

by Ed Liuon March 16, 2015
Director Genndy Tartakovsky has spoken with Moviefone about the new trailer for Hotel Transylvania 2, discussing where the characters are since the last movie, the casting of Mel Brooks to play Dracula’s father, and a few other elements about the movie. In the same interview, Genndy Tartakovsky stated that he is not working on the […]


Sony Animation Announces Upcoming Film Slate: “Hotel Transylvania 2,” “Popeye,” New Genndy Tartakovsky Film, All-Animated “Smurfs”

by Ed Liuon March 12, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter covers Sony Pictures Animation’s announcements of upcoming films. Genndy Tartakovsky (Hotel Transylvania, Samurai Jack) is poised to be the company’s go-to director, helming Hotel Transylvania 2 for a September 25, 2015 release, followed by Popeye in 2016. The report also reveals a new project tentatively titled Genndy Tartakovsky’s Can You Imagine? which […]

Review: “Hotel Transylvania” Needs a “Do Not Disturb” Sign

by Maxie Zeuson February 28, 2013
Hotel Transylvania was directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, and if this movie is Genndy Tartakovsky pouring out his bountiful imagination, creativity and energy, I’d hate to see what happens when he’s just collecting a pay check. Hotel Transylvania is trite, predictable, boring, and why am I even writing about it, because it’s not worth bothering over, […]