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Miley Cyrus Bows Out of Sony's HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA Film

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Miley Cyrus will no longer be acting in Sony Pictures's upcoming animation Hotel Transylvania, according to EW.com.

"A rep for Sony Pictures has confirmed to EW that the singer is no longer set to voice Mavis, the daughter of Dracula (Adam Sandler), in the Sony Picture Animation production," reports EW.com.

Cyrus originally agreed to the role in November, as reported by BroadwayWorld.

Adam Sandler will voice the character of Dracula for the film, which is slated for release in September, 2012. The movie will tell the story of the Count, an owner of a hotel which serves as a getaway for monsters and their families and guarantees them a safe haven from humans. Troubles begin when humans accidentally come upon the mysterious hotel and wander in. 

Also in the cast is David Koechner in the role of Quasimodo and David Spade, voicing the character Griffin the Invisible Man. The film will also have the voices of Kevin James (Frankenstein), Fran Drescher (Frankenstein's bride) and Cee Lo Green (Murray the Mummy), Steve Buscemi and Molly Shannon playing a pair of werewolves known as Wayne and Wanda, and Saturday Night Live star Andy Samberg in the role of one of the humans.

Read the EW.com article here.


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