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The Cast Of Hotel Transylvania: Transformania Bids Farewell To The Series

The beloved Hotel Translyvania franchise is taking what might be its final bow when Hotel Transylvania: Transformania begins streaming January 14, 2022 on Amazon Prime. The cast shared nothing but warm thoughts for their experience when it came to saying goodbye to their roles.

Blobby, Wanda (Molly Shannon), Wayne Steve Buscemi), Griffin the Invisible Man (David Spade), Ericka (Kathryn Hahn), Dracula (Brian Hull), Jonathan (Andy Samberg), Mavis (Selena Gomez), Frank (Brad Abrell), Eunice (Fran Drescher), Murray (Keegan-Michael Key) with Denis and Winnie in Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation’s HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA: TRANSFORMANIA.

Fran Drescher

I’ll miss Eunice. I love her. I love the way they drew her and I love her look. And I love that she is a bit of a matriarch to the monsters. She gets wound up and screams a lot, but for the most part, she really cares about Mavis and her family and and her husband Frank, so I will miss my character Eunice.

Keegan-Michael Key

I think I’m gonna miss the final products that we always see. The movies are really, really done on such a high level, and it’s the rhythm of the movies and the spirit behind them that really, really kind of moves me. So in a way I’m saying I’m going to miss seeing them because, if indeed this is the last one, I’ll miss seeing the new one new one comes out because they’re always really really really well done.

David Spade

I do like when they come out, that’s a good point, because we did one, you’re waiting for to come out to see if it works, and it’s nice to be a part of something that works. And when it worked, it was fun and then they’re already talking about another one so it’s kind of fun. People are like, “Is there gonna be another one?” You go, “Yeah, yeah, we’re working on it, it’s coming out soon.” And then that comes out and you see it and you go, “Oh good. It’s funny again.” Then they’re like, “Oh, is there gonna be another one?” And to have it stop is is kind of a bummer. Seeing the fourth one, I’m glad they all were good quality and if that’s where they have to stop that’s where they have to stop.

Wanda (Molly Shannon), Wayne (Steve Buscemi), Murray (Keegan-Michael Key), Mavis (Selena Gomez), Blobby, and Ericka (Kathryn Hahn) in Columbia Pictures’ HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA: TRANSFORMANIA.

Andy Samberg

I don’t like to admit that it’s over you know? If we say it’s done we’re just caving to Sony you know? I’ll miss it all it’s it’s been such a fun thing to do. I’ll miss the swag bags, you know, miss the junkets, miss Selena.

Selena Gomez

I remember I was really excited to meet Andy because I watched all of SNL, \ and watching David too, and everyone growing up. So I would have to say the first time being able to sit down with him, he made it so fun and easy and if anything he’s helped me kind of relax more in interviews and just kind of feel a little bit a little bit normal. He also had my back, I will never forget, because they asked me like a dating question or something and I don’t do those and and he answered for me and it was nice.

About Hotel Transylvania: Transformania

The 4th installment of the franchise, Hotel Transylvania: Transformania dives into the relationship between Dracula and his goofy, human son-in-law Johnny (Samberg). As Dracula plans to retire and gift his beloved Hotel Transylvania to his daughter Mavis (Gomez), he changes his mind at the last minute -worried that Johnny will ruin what he has built. Disappointed that Dracula still doesn’t embrace Johnny as a member of his family, Johnny seeks help from Van Helsing (from third film) and successfully turns himself into a monster. In the wake of transforming himself, however, Johnny changes Dracula and his band of monster side-kicks –Blobby, Frankenstein, Mummy, Wayne, and the Invisible Man – into humans. Dracula and Johnny set out together to find a secret crystal that will help turn them back accordingly, while learning to rely on and appreciate each other along the way. Written and directed by Genndy Tartakovsky, this film brings all of the beloved Hotel Transylvania characters together for a funny, heartfelt journey with a positive message for the whole family.

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