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First look at concept art for Adam Sandler’s Dracula
Sony Pictures have given fans a little Halloween treat with the release of some new artwork from Hotel Transylvania, the Adam Sandler-starring debut from animation whizz Genndy Tartatovsky.Sandler will supply his voice to Dracula, who opens a hotel for monsters in order to keep his young daughter entertained by such outlandish guests as the Mummy and Frankenstein’s Monster.Boasting a star-studded voice cast including Steve Buscemi, Cee Lo Green, Kevin James, and David Spade, the film won’t arrive until next Halloween, but until then, take a sneak peak at what Sandler’s vamp is going to look like…[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON ADAM OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

First look at concept art for Adam Sandler’s Dracula

Sony Pictures have given fans a little Halloween treat with the release of some new artwork from Hotel Transylvania, the Adam Sandler-starring debut from animation whizz Genndy Tartatovsky.

Sandler will supply his voice to Dracula, who opens a hotel for monsters in order to keep his young daughter entertained by such outlandish guests as the Mummy and Frankenstein’s Monster.

Boasting a star-studded voice cast including Steve Buscemi, Cee Lo Green, Kevin James, and David Spade, the film won’t arrive until next Halloween, but until then, take a sneak peak at what Sandler’s vamp is going to look like…

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON ADAM OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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Australia writer to helm I, Frankenstein
Stuart Beattie has boarded a project which will see him write and direct an adaptation of Kevin Grevioux’s yet-to-be-published graphic novel.
After previous reports that Underworld: Rise of the Lycans director Patrick Tatopoulos was tackling the noir horror, everything went a bit pear-shaped - and ended with Tatopoulos dropping out completely.
Now the mantle has been passed to Beattie - best known for directing Australian action drama Tomorrow, When the World Ends - who will take on both writing and directing duties.

Australia writer to helm I, Frankenstein

Stuart Beattie has boarded a project which will see him write and direct an adaptation of Kevin Grevioux’s yet-to-be-published graphic novel.

After previous reports that Underworld: Rise of the Lycans director Patrick Tatopoulos was tackling the noir horror, everything went a bit pear-shaped - and ended with Tatopoulos dropping out completely.

Now the mantle has been passed to Beattie - best known for directing Australian action drama Tomorrow, When the World Ends - who will take on both writing and directing duties.

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Vampires Rule. If you need convincing, read our Vampires Suck review.

Vampires Rule. If you need convincing, read our Vampires Suck review.