Welcome to Monster High, where the ghoulies of girlfriends study hard and play harder! But when mysteriously all the students vanish, it’s up to a new crop of monster teens- including Freda and her best friends, Frankie Stein and Cleo De Nile- to find them.
A glamorous sneak peek from the film teases “Ghoulfriends” terrorizing their enemies, walking in style with their over-the-top Halloween costumes, singing for joyous harmony with their evil cousins Vampira… and more!
Fans can look forward to seeing new ghoulies and ghoul friends from Monster High, including Scaris De Nile from BEASTMASTER: THE BEASTLY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS; “Thriller” Toralei Stripe, the super-sexy Cassiopeia Lynch, and a few others.
Introduction to The Monster High: The Movie
The Monster High: The Movie is a 2017 American 3D computer-animated musical comedy film produced by Mattel Creations and released by Universal Pictures.
The film is directed by Anne-Marie Goodacre, written by Pamela Ribon, and based on the iconic dolls created by Mattel. It features the voices of Skyler Day, Meghan Strange, and Nicholas Guest as characters from the movie.
The film is an official prequel to the 2015 Monster High movie with a similar plot involving the new students’ arrival at Monster High: a college prep school for monsters.
The characters attend the school under the guidance of Principal Oogie Boogie. However, an ancient evil is soon awakened: Ghoulia Yelps, a young girl who calls herself “Ghoulia LaPoupe” and is declared dead by her family.
Names of the characters in The Monster High: The Movie
Here are the celebrity’s names mentioned below:
- Ceci Balagot as Frankie Stein
- Steve Valentine as Drácula
- Jy Prishkulnik as Cleo De Nile
- Case Walker as Deuce Gorgon
- Lilah Fitzgerald as Ghoulia
- Nayah Damasen as Draculaura
- Lina Lecompte as Lagoona Blue
- Mila Jones as Little Girl
- Kyle Selig as Mr. Komos
- Miia Harris as Clawdeen Wolf
- Justin Derickson as Heath Burns
- Marci T. House as Bloodgood
- Nasiv Sall as Abbey Bominable
- Autumn Thom as Dancer
- Zavien Garrett as Classroom Dancer
- Connor Wong as Classroom Dancer
- Scotch Ellis Loring
- Andrew Kyrzyk as Classroom Dancer
The storyline of The Monster High: The Movie
Today starts a new chapter in the lives of Monster High students. It begins with a reel of a movie where they watch the viewers. Today it’s just Abbey and Clawdeen.
They start by introducing themselves to each other, then talk about how scary it is that they are having a conversation so close to the audience. They comment on how things are not that scary anymore. They are unsure what this movie is about, but they know it will be exciting.
They start with Clawdeen thinking about what she will miss about Monster High as Abbey strums her guitar. She’s going to miss everyone. She starts singing about how she knows she’ll have a great time at Mockingie College but misses everyone at Monster High.
Monster High: The Movie has released a new round of character images
The movie re-ignites the friendship between step-sisters Draculaura and Draculaura. Instead of sticking around for a family reunion, the umbrella clan has gone to Monster High to make their own rules, where students are encouraged to lead the life they want.
The story follows Draculaura as she heads off for excitement and a new adventure against opposition from her overprotective big sister.
Chic’aari is the first character poster for Monster High: The Movie, which chronicles ‘Creeper High’ (2012), an all-new story of friendship, followed by another installment in 2013.
This time, Draculaura is depicted with a casket on her head as she searches for a new school year adventure. She has been attending Monster High’s school with her step-siblings, but this time she may have some competition in the form of a new gym teacher.
So, what do you think about The Monster High: The Movie?