Biography and PersonalityEdit
At first, Hansel and Gretel appeared to be innocent children, but were eventually revealed to actually be evil masterminds. Their background is similar the original fairy tale by the Brothers Grim, for they are children of a woodsman.
In Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil, Hansel and Gretel got captured by a wicked witch. Their real plot though was to capture Granny (which they did) and make her create the super goody while they act like they're in danger. After they were found out, they told Granny their plan, which was to make them become rich after they sell the super goodies to every villain. They eavesdropped on the communication between the H.E.A. and Red, which was to send reinforcements to Dark Towers. Hansel and Gretel then sent in the Three Little Hench Pigs to take down the H.E.A. They succeeded in doing so, and now nothing wasn't going to stop them that easily. After they thought about the trap for Red, Wolf, and Twitchy, they set in motion. Pretending they were tied up and innocent, Red, Wolf, and Twitchy fell for it, and after Wolf and Twitchy led them to the elevator, Red was falling into the trap. Hansel and Gretel, who were in the elevator with Wolf and Twitchy, put gas masks on, and Wolf, thinking nothing suspicious about it, got knocked out along with Twitchy when the gas came into the vents.
Red finally found Granny, who was tied up, but she got captured and she was ordered to make the super goodies. After the goodies were created, Hansel and Gretel both ate one and became huger and stronger. They broke their deal with Verushka (the witch) and took the case full of super goodies with them as they entered the city. They terrorized the city and after an intense battle with their foes, still held onto the goodies. But they fell into the trick by Wolf and ate the rest of the goodies, thinking they would make them completely unstoppable, but instead, they became totally obese and helpless. Hansel and Gretel were then taken away by helicopters and arrested in the London Bridge Asylum.
- Hansel and Gretel are constantly believed to be the hidden secondary antagonists of the second film.
- It is unknown who their parents are, although Wolf mentions them in the elevator scene in the second film.