The Addams Family new trailer: Cousin It arrives in style


A new trailer for The Addams Family is here and Cousin It has brought a surprise. Let’s take a look at what this trailer has to offer.

They’re creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky, even in animated format. The Addams Family are coming back (though they never actually left because they live in our hearts), only this time in an movie with a style reminiscent of the original cartoons.

The Addams Family has a very interesting voice cast with Oscar Isaac as Gomez, Charlize Theron as Morticia, Chloë Grace Moretz as Wednesday, Finn Wolfhard as Pugsley, Nick Kroll as uncle Fester, and Snoop Dogg as Cousin It. Yes, you read that right. No, it’s not a joke: that Snoop Dogg lent his voice to Cousin It, and that’s the big revelation in this new trailer.

The Addams Family will follow our favorite and completely normal family as they move to a whole new spooky place: New Jersey. Of course, New Jersey is not prepared for what the Addams have to bring, and the (literally) colorful neighbors are not pleased about their peculiar lifestyle.

Their main threat is Margaux Needler (Allison Janney), their neighbor and also a greedy TV host who sees the Addams as a menace to their neighborhood. Talk about intolerance and discrimination, right?

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The trailer also gives a quick look at Grandmama (Bette Midler), but the biggest surprise is the arrival of a very special family member: Cousin It, who made sure it arrived in style. But that’s not all: Cousin It is voiced (whatever that means for this character) by Snoop Dogg, who as we can see is also one of It’s favorite artists. It really knows how to make an entrance.

And, of course, there are some references to other horror classics, such as Frankenstein and Stephen King’s IT, when Wednesday arrives with a red balloon and Morticia mentions there’s “usually a murderous clown attached to the other end”. They’re one of us – or we’re one of them?

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The only difference is that we don’t have a tree that wakes us up by pulling us out of our beds (and rooms), we don’t throw arrows through our uncle’s heads, and we don’t play with electric chairs… at least not me.

The Addams Family will make our lives spookier and happier on October 11. The biggest question is: will Cousin It drop some rhymes?