We got our first look at the upcoming sequel for 2012's Hotel Transylvania last march when the teaser trailer was first released. Now Sony Pictures has released a full theatrical trailer, and it promises us a lot of new things but with the same fun that the first film gave us.
The so called 'Drac pack' returns a few years after the original. Dracula (portrayed by Adam Sandler) is now a grandfather and have accepted his human son-in-law Johnny (played by Andy Samberg), living a happy life spending time with his grandson Dennis. The hotel has loosened its policy and is now allowing human guests as well as monsters. When Johnny and Mavis (Selena Gomez) decide to take a long awaited holiday, Drac volunteers to babysit his grandson for them.
As it turns out, Drac is concerned that his half-human, half-vampire grandson isn't turning out to be the monster he expected him to be. Dennis is showing no signs of being a vampire. So while his parents are away, he plans on making a monster out of the boy by teaching him the ways of a vampire a la boot camp style with the help of his other monster friends.
His plan doesn't seem to work out, and little does he know that it's about to get messy as his very grumpy and really old school dad 'Vlad' (Mel Brooks) is taking a visit to the hotel. What will Drac do when his Dad finds out that humans are staying in the hotel and his great-grandson is a half-human?
Besides the monsters, we also get to meet a pair of humans from the trailer. Nick Offerman and Megan Mully (real life husband and wife) are playing Mike and Linda, the parents of Jonathan. They greet the couple into their house as it seems like the couple will be part of the stop in Mavis and Jonathan's vacation.
The cast from the old movie returns with Kevin James voicing Frankenstein, David Spade as The Invisible Man whom we only see with the floating glasses, Steve Buscemi as an old Werewolf, and Cee Lo Green as the Mummy.