Sony Pictures Animation releases a new Hotel Transylvania short film titled Monster Pets in honor of Pet Day this weekend.
In honor of Pet Day, which takes place this weekend on Sunday, April 11, Sony has released a new Hotel Transylvania short film titled Monster Pets: A Hotel Transylvania Short.
Posted on Sony Pictures animationthe official YouTube channel, Monstrous pets Follow Dracula (Brian Hull) as he tries to find a new monstrous pet for his giant cub, Tinkles (Derek Drymon). The short is an executive production of Hotel transylvania creator Genndy Tartakovsky, as well as Michelle Murdocca; directed by Jennifer Kluska and Drymon; written by Kluska; and produced by Christian Roedel. In addition to its launch on YouTube, Monstrous pets it can be seen on the big screen exclusively in Cinemark theaters.
“What would it be like if all the Drac Packs had pets? We couldn’t be more excited to return to the world of Hotel transylvaniaand explore all the fun and lovable frustrations of pets through a monster lens, “Kluska and Drymon said.” What happens when your golden retriever is five stories tall? Or does your chihuahua breathe fire? Being able to introduce a whole new group of characters in Monstrous pets they are as funny and weird as the Drac Pack was an absolute blast. We hope audiences enjoy the short and we look forward to seeing the monster pets appear in the next one. Hotel Transylvania: Transformania! “
“This short has been a labor of love from the teams at Sony Pictures Animation and Sony Pictures Imageworks, and we are delighted to be able to make families around the world laugh heartily at this time,” added Roedel. “The Hotel transylvania The franchise is all about family, and it has been an honor to work alongside our newest members Jennifer and Derek, the incredible duo of directors who will take the reins of this exciting new chapter. “
Directed by Tartakovsky, the original Hotel transylvania film released in theaters in 2012. Tartakovsky returned to direct two sequels, Hotel Transylvania 2 Y Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, which was released in 2015 and 2018, respectively. Kluska and Drymon are set to direct the fourth film written by Tartakovsky, Hotel Transylvania: Transformania, whose premiere is scheduled for July 23. Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, and Selena Gomez are expected to reprise their roles as Dracula, Johnny, and Mavis, respectively. Gomez will also executive produce alongside Tartakovsky.
Directed by Jennifer Kluska and Derek Drymon, Hotel Transylvania: Transformania opens in theaters on July 23.
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