Hotel Transylvania is back! The hotel will be opening its doors on September 25, 2020. It’s been 10 years since hotel guests have checked in and the hotel has undergone renovations to meet new guest expectations. The hotel owners are excited to welcome a whole new generation of monster family members who want nothing more than sleepovers at the hotel they love so dearly.
The release date of Hotel Transylvania 4:
Hotel Transylvania 4 is due to be released in cinemas on the 23rd July 2021 in both America and the UK.
The cast of Hotel Transylvania 4:
- Andy Samberg as Jonathan “Johnny” Loughran
- Selena Gomez as Mavis
- Kathryn Hahn as Ericka Van Helsing
- Jim Gaffigan as Professor Abraham Van Helsing
- Steve Buscemi as Wayne
- Molly Shannon as Wanda
- David Spade as Griffin
- Keegan-Michael Key as Murray
- Brian Hull as Dracula
- Fran Drescher as Eunice
- Brad Abrell as Frankenstein
- Asher Blinkoff as Dennis Loughran
The trailer of Hotel Transylvania 4:
You can get a first glimpse at the fourth outing in the Hotel Transylvania franchise below and decide for yourself how Brian Hull measures up against Adam Sandler as the voice of Drac.
The plot of Hotel Transylvania 4:
The hotel is hosting a prestigious monster convention, and Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler) has ensured that the various monsters are all feeling at home.
But when an ordinary human named Ericka Van Helsing arrives as part of her “normalization” campaign to show the world that vampires and werewolves aren’t so scary after all, chaos erupts over whether supernatural beings should be exposed for who they really are or continue to hide from humans in disguise.
Brian Hull is not quite on par with Adam Sandler’s voice performance as Drac. The plotline sounds like it could take an emotional turn if done right.