Dracula’s whole batty crew is back for “Hotel Transylvania 2” and things are bound to get more interesting now that the formerly monster-only hotel is open to humans. The film hits theaters on Friday, Sept. 25. Its all-star cast includes big names like Adam Sandler, Mel Brooks, Selena Gomez, Steve Buscemi, Andy Samberg and more.
The “Hotel Transylvania 2” budget has been kept under wraps and box office projections have not been revealed but the film certainly has major standards to meet. In 2012, “Hotel Transylvania” had a monumental opening weekend, bringing in an estimated $43 million, which at the time was the largest debut since “The Dark Knight Rises” and the most profitable September premiere in history. “Hotel Transylvania” grossed $148.31 million domestically and $210.06 million internationally, bringing total profits to $358.38 million worldwide.
‘Hotel Transylvania 2’ Movie Cast Net Worths
The “Hotel Transylvania 2” movie cast salaries have not been publicly disclosed. However, it’s fair to assume they will receive a raise following the record-breaking success of the first film in the series. The total net worth of the main cast members is an estimated $136 million.
Andy Samberg Net Worth: $16 Million
Samberg is back to reprise the role of Jonathan in “Hotel Transylvania 2.” The actor got his big break on “Saturday Night Live,” where he was a cast member from 2005 to 2012. He’s been starring on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” since 2013 and will appear in the films “Connor4Real” and “Storks” in 2016.
Andy Samberg’s net worth is $16 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. He reportedly earns $125,000 per episode of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”
Selena Gomez Net Worth: $20 Million
Gomez will resume her starring role as the voice of Mavis. The multitalented singer and actress got her start in the early 2000s on the children’s show “Barney & Friends.” Since then, she’s become a household name, with a number of hit albums to her name — her latest, “Revival,” is slated for an Oct. 9 release — and movies such as “Spring Breakers” and “Behaving Badly.”
Selena Gomez’s net worth is $20 million. She is currently being paid $3 million per year for her role as the face of Pantene Hair Care. She has a number of projects in the works for 2016, including “The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving,” “The Big Short,” “In Dubious Battle” and “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising.”
Steve Buscemi Net Worth: $35 Million
Buscemi will once again take on the voice of Wayne in the film. His 30-year career in show business includes a number of big screen hits such as “Reservoir Dogs,” “Billy Madison,” “Fargo,” “The Wedding Singer,” “Armageddon” and “Grownups 2.” He also starred as Enoch “Nucky” Thompson in all five seasons of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire.”
Steve Buscemi’s net worth is $35 million. He reportedly earned $75,000 per episode for his work on “Boardwalk Empire.” His upcoming projects include roles in the films “Oppenheimer Strategies” and “The Ridiculous 6.”
David Spade Net Worth: $40 Million
Spade will return to the “Hotel Transylvania 2” movie in the role of Griffin the Invisible Man. The comedian got his big break as a “Saturday Night Live” cast member from 1990 to 1996. He’s starred in a number of box office hits, including “Grownups,” “Grownups 2,” “Joe Dirt” and “Tommy Boy” — in addition to the hit television series “Just Shoot Me!” “The Rules of Engagement” and “8 Simple Rules.”
He also recently appeared in “Entourage” and starred in “Joe Dirt: Beautiful Loser” and has a couple of upcoming projects, including “The Ridiculous 6” and “The Do Over.”
David Spade’s net worth is $40 million. He reportedly earned $150,000 per episode while starring in “The Rules of Engagement.”
Fran Drescher Net Worth: $25 Million
Drescher and her famous voice are back for the part of Eunice. She got her start back in 1977 in the film “Saturday Night Fever” but skyrocketed to fame as the star of “The Nanny” from 1993 to 1999. Since then, she has starred on the television series “Living with Fran” and “Happily Divorced” — in addition to guest starring on a number of hit shows including “Entourage,” “The Simpsons” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” Fran Drescher’s net worth is $25 million.