Sony Pictures Animation has released a new line of posters Transylvania Hotels: Transformania to toe the marketing of the latest film from the animated comedy franchise, which will be available to stream on January 14th, exclusively on Prime Video. The new posters tease the adventures and identity changes of this upcoming sequel, where monsters become humans and humans become monsters.
in the movie Transylvania Hotels: Transformania, everyone’s identity changes due to the mysterious “Monsterification Ray” created by the monster hunter, Van Helsing. That’s why this new character poster shows how Johnny becomes a green dragon instead. In addition, the posters are also presented in a unique way, by showing the before and after the transformation, from Count Dracula to the Invisible Man.
Directed by Jennifer Kluska and Derek Drymon, Transylvania Hotels: Transformania will feature Brian Hull as the voice of Dracula/Drac, Andy Samberg as Johnny Loughran, Selena Gomez as Mavis, Kathryn Hahn as Ericka Van Helsing, Steve Buscemi as Wayne, David Spade as Griffin, Keegan-Michael Key as Murray, Asher Blinkoff, Brad Abrell, Fran Drescher as Eunice, Jim Gaffigan as Professor Abraham Van Helsing, and Molly Shannon.
Transylvania Hotels: Transformania will tell about Drac, and his gang along with Johnny must experience something unique and “scary.”. When Van Helsing’s mysterious invention, ‘Monsterfication Ray,’ doesn’t work properly, Drac and his monster friends all turn into humans, and Johnny becomes a monster! In different new bodies, a now powerless Drac and a monster-turned Johnny must work together and race against time to find the antidote before it’s too late, and before they drive each other crazy.
FYI, in the movie Hotel Transylvania First, Johnny (Andy Samberg), a human, accidentally strays into the hotel. Convinced that humans will bring harm, Dracula does whatever it takes to get rid of him. However, Dracula’s daughter, Mavis (Selena Gomez), ends up falling for Johnny, creating a situation where Dracula must learn to let go of his prejudices. The second film features Dracula trying to teach his new grandson the ways of vampires. The latest film sees the entire Transylvanian crew go on a tour that turns out to be a trap set up by Van Helsing (Jim Gaffigan).