Mel Brooks joins Hotel Transylvania 2

Filmmaker and comedienne Mel Brooks fits perfectly in the casting of Hotel Transylvania 2. Sony Pictures Animations has announced this wonderful comedic addition to the sea of monsters interacting with a human. Showing September 2015 in theaters worldwide, distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing International.
Mel Brooks takes on the character of Vlad, Dracula's (Adam Sandler) father. The grumpy old-old-old-old-fashioned vampire who gets into the hotel for an impromptu family reunion. The movie is now promising an insanely funny experience. "I’m having a wonderful time with the character Vlad. He’s been around for eons and he’s a pretty crabby guy. Basically, he reminds me of me," Brooks says. He celebrates 40 years after doing the horror-comedy classic "Young Frankenstein."
Mel Brooks is noted for his award-winning works like the satire "The Producers" and more. Sony Pictures Releasing International is securing the talents of additional high-profile stars around the world to voice the ancient one for the non-English versions of the film. So far, these regional Vlads include: France’s Michel Galabru, the esteemed 92-year-old actor who has appeared in more than 200 films; Japan’s Junji Inagawa, whose voice is instantly recognizable as the “go to” narrator of horror films, radio programs and DVDs; Holland’s Bram Van Der Vlugt, who, for decades, was the most requested Dutch TV/film “Sinterklaas” (Saint Nicholas); and Belgium’s Jacques Vermeire, the well-known Flemish performer with decades of memorable comic television and feature film performances.

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