Hotel Transylvania 4 is the fourth and final installment of the Hotel Transylvania franchise. It is one of the most anticipated animated films of the year. Hotel Transylvania, the first film of the film series released in 2012 and very popular worldwide in the animation genre. Hotel Transylvania 4 or Hotel Transylvania: Transformania is set to hit theaters on July 23, 2021. The series revolves around the life of Count Dracula and other monsters around him, who reside together at the titular Hotel Transylvania. In the film, Adam Sandler will star alongside Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg and the remaining ensemble.
In the final part of the film, Count Dracula and other monsters from Hotel Transylvania will turn into humans thanks to an experiment by Van Helsing. Meanwhile, Dracula’s human son-in-law Johnny will turn into a monster instead. However, despite the massive transformation in the storyline, the biggest change in Hotel Transylvania 4 is that Adam Sandler’s Count Dracula is replaced by Brian Hull. Sadly, Adam Sandler will not be returning as his character in Hotel Transylvania 4. With fans upset to say goodbye to their favorite character from the movie franchise, let’s see why Adam Sandler is leaving Hotel Transylvania 4.
Adam Sandler as Count Dracula
Adam Sandler was first selected to play the role of Count Dracula in 2012 in the very first installment of the Hotel Transylvania franchise. Since then he has continued to lend his voice as the protagonist Drac or Count Dracula. Sandler played his part in Hotel Transylvania 2, the second film in the franchise, and Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, the third part of the film series. He also appeared as Count Dracula in Puppy !, a short fantasy comedy animated film based on the main franchise. Sandler was widely accepted for his voiceover around the world and received a lot of love and appreciation from viewers. It is now considered one of the most popular roles of his career. Sandler was nominated for several awards for his voice role as Count Dracula and won the Kids’ Choice Awards USA in 2013 for Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie.
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