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Drac Sets Sail in the ‘Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation’ Teaser Trailer

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The Drac Pack has returned for more cartoony hijinks in Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation (internationally titled Hotel Transylvania 3: A Monster Vacation). Sony Pictures Animation will be unleashing its third entry of the hit animated franchise next summer and have given us a first look at the sequel in the new teaser trailer.

Following the 2012 original and the 2015 sequel, Dracula (voiced by Adam Sander), having spent so many years providing vacations, goes on vacation with his pack on a monster cruise ship, which is basically “a hotel… on the water.” All goes smooth sailing until Drac falls in love with Erika, the ship’s captain, who unknowingly to him might be too good to be true.

The film reunites the regular voice cast including Adam Sandler as Dracula, Andy Samberg as Johnny, Selena Gomez as Mavis, and many more. Series director Genndy Tartakovsky, despite initially stepping down from the series, returned once again to direct the third movie. Additionally, Genndy has co-written the script with The Boss Baby screenwriter Michael McCullers and will voice the character Blobby.

After Sony Pictures Animation’s lackluster output of 2017, maybe Hotel Transylvania 3 will help pick up the slack. After all, the teaser gives us exactly what to expect from the franchise, with Sony’s signature cartoony CGI, clever visual gags, and monster mayhem that will probably please the fans. I’m not expecting this to be great by any means, but hey, still better than an Emoji Movie sequel, right?

For those keen to check into Hotel Transylvania 3, then set your calendar for July 13, 2018, for North America!

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

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Edited by: Kelly Conley

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Deep down in New Zealand, Karl "Karlamon" Smith is a Kiwi who is passionate in animation, seeing it as an artistic medium that expresses vast creativity and brings unique characters and worlds to life. Whenever an animation-related fact pops up, it will more than likely be cemented in his brain for a long time. Some of his favourite animated movies include Zootopia, Balto, Bolt, Over the Hedge, The Fox and the Hound, the How to Train Your Dragon series, The Iron Giant, and The Prince of Egypt. Prior to contributing to Rotoscopers, Karl has served as a bureaucrat on Ice Age Wiki, and a moderator/site builder/news reporter on Animation Source. Karl is also a Computer Science graduate who is now studying Digital Design in university. That, and with his additional fascination in aviation, he hopes someday to be both an animator and a pilot (if that is even possible).