If you thought cartoon Transylvania was ruled with an iron beak by Count Duckula, think again. In Sony's new animation, Hotel Transylvania, it's Dracula who wears the trousers. He runs an exclusive lodging for monsters who want to let their claws down, racking up the kind of Trip Advisor ratings that only thousands of years experience in the hospitality business and some very persuasive fangs can earn you.
Here, courtesy of some colourful new character posters, is Drac himself (Adam Sandler) and his crew of monster misfits. There's his 118-year-old daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez), The Werewolf (Steve Buscemi), The Invisible Man (David Spade) and Mr and Mrs Frankenstein (Kevin James and Fran Drescher).
Into this domestic idyll appears lunky backpacker Jonathan (Samberg), who, despite the substantial age difference, is quickly smitten by Mavis.
Expect all manner of carnage to ensue when Hotel Transylvania is released on October 12.