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New Trailer Released For ‘Hotel Translyvania 3’

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The Monsters are going on vacation!

Sony Pictures Animation has released a shiny new trailer for the third Hotel Transylvania movie Hotel Transylvania: Summer Vacation.

It was released Wednesday morning and shows Drac (Adam Sandler), his daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez), and their friends Frankenstein (Kevin James), and Wayne the Werewolf (Steve Buscemi) go on a much needed vacation cruise.

The cruise specifically for monsters, doesn’t go as planned as Drac runs into famous monster hunter and arch nemesis Abraham Van Helsing (Jim Gaffigan) while on the ship.

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Joining the cast is also Katheryn Hahn, who’s playing Erika the captain/cruise director and love interest for Drac.  She’s also the great grand daughter of Van Helsing.

During an interview with USA Today the actress described her character as, “enthusiastic cheerleader with a dark underbelly (and) a cute blond haircut. She is like my circus flying-trapeze fantasy come to life.”

“She really believes in her legacy as a monster hunter and wants to fulfill her destiny. She doesn’t anticipate feeling anything but hate toward these creatures. And, of course, she does.”

“Oddly, if you do research on Van Helsing, he almost comes across as a comedic villain with his obsessive, driven, over-educated personality,” said Jim Gaffigan, who changed his voice to play the villain.

“My normal voice was too slow to capture (his) energy and drive.”

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation is set to hit theaters July 13, 2018.

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Parish Hodges
Hi I'm Parish! I'm an entertainment news journalist and avid TV watcher residing in Nashville, TN. I've dabbled in all things media including, radio, production, and TV. Follow me on Twitter to keep up with all things pop culture.
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