Producer:Derek Drymon, Jennifer Kluska
Actors:Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg, Kathryn Hahn, Jim Gaffigan, Steve Buscemi, Molly Shannon, David Spade, Keegan-Michael Key, Brian Hull, Fran Drescher, Brad Abrell, Asher Blinkoff, Ninja, Zoe Berri, Genndy Tartakovsky, Asher Bishop, Jennifer Kluska, Victoria Gomez, Derek Drymon, Aaron LaPlante, Melissa Sturm, Chloé Malaisé, Scott Underwood, Michelle Murdocca, William Townsend, David Berón, Natalia Castellanos, Todd Haberkorn, Jess Harnell, Marabina Jaimes, Lex Lang, Caitlin McKenna, David Michie, Diego Osorio, Juan Pacheco, Jacqueline Pinol, Ben Pronsky, Michelle Ruff, Fred Tatasciore, Amanda Troop, Debra Wilson, Michael-Leon Wooley
Plot of the film "Hotel Transylvania: Transformania"
Things are going great at the Transylvania Hotel. So good that old vamp Drak is finally ready to retire and hand over the hotel to his daughter Mavis. Well, Johnny too, technically, since he's Mavis' husband. "My head is spinning with creativity in the hospitality industry," Johnny exclaims. But if Mavis is thrilled by these dizzying ideas, then Dracula is just sick of them. Therefore, instead of giving them a hotel for their 125th anniversary, Drak announces the expansion of the hotel. It is clear that Mavis and Johnny are upset. And thanks to the lies told by Dracula to Johnny (who never felt that Drak really accepted him into the family), Johnny is sure that Drak cannot hand over the hotel to them because Johnny is a human. So what should Johnny do, who never gives up and is always optimistic? He is looking for a way to turn himself into a monster using a device created by Dracula's own great-grandfather, Abraham Van Helsing. And this... it's not working yet. After turning Johnny into a terrifying beast, the device inadvertently turns Dracula into a human. The guys are in trouble. After all, the longer Johnny remains a monster, the more monstrous he becomes. (And there's nothing they can do to stop Mavis from finding out about it.) Dracula and Johnny clearly don't get along with each other. If Drak had his own will, he would have changed a lot in his violent son-in-law. However, Dracula sees that Mavis loves Johnny for who he is. She wouldn't change anything about her husband. And although Drak may not like all the features of his son-in-law, he understands that, preferring to see only the bad in Johnny, he missed his best qualities (for example, kindness). In the end, father and son-in-law reconcile their differences by apologizing for their misdeeds towards each other. Several adult characters use the childish strategy of "lying until I get better so that no one finds out." It doesn't work. And although they are forgiven for their deception, it becomes clear that if they had been truthful from the very beginning, they could have found a solution much faster - an important lesson for young viewers. Friends and relatives are putting their lives on hold to help each other. And some even risk their lives to save each other. Various plots emphasize the kindness of marriage and family.