After starring together in the critically-panned and audience-shunned "That's My Boy," Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg are once again teaming up on the big screen. Only this time, the duo are keeping things G-rated.
"Hotel Transylvania," Sony's new 3D animated comedy, follows Dracula (Sandler), who now works as a hotel manager of a luxury -- albeit spooky -- hotel for monsters, ghouls and goblins. Frankenstein (Kevin James), Quasimodo (David Spade) and Murray the Mummy (Cee Lo Green) are all ghoulish hotel regulars who want to "rest in peace."
However, things get tricky for Dracula when a human boy (Andy Samberg) accidentally discovers the hotel and falls for the count's
18-year-old 118-year-old daughter (Selena Gomez). The full-length trailer, featured above, even showcases Sandler's ukelele skills, which he honed on the set of 2004's "50 First Dates."
Fingers crossed "Hotel Transylvania" won't add to Sandler's rather unfortunate Razzie Award record.
"Hotel Transylvania" is set for a September 21 release.
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