Trailer drops for Addams Family movie with Charlize Theron, Oscar Isaac |

Trailer drops for Addams Family movie with Charlize Theron, Oscar Isaac

Steven Adams
The new Addams Family movie trailer is out.

Snap, snap. The latest chapter in the Addams Family story is animated.

Charlize Theron and Oscar Isaac provide the voices for Morticia and Gomez in MGM’s upcoming tale of America’s creepiest family.

The first trailer, released Tuesday, sets the stage for weirdness with the opening line: “Every family is different but some families are more different than others.”

We hear the house warn “Get out!” as the ghoulish Addams’s arrive but they make it clear they are staying put.

“It’s hideous. It’s horrible. It’s home.”

Daughter Wednesday, voiced by Chloë Grace Moretz, appears with a bright red balloon only have mom Morticia deliver her dark take.

“There’s usually a murderous clown attached to the other end of these,” she quips.

“Think your family is weird? Think again,” is the trailer’s tag line.

Finn Wolfhard gives Pugsley his voice, while Nick Kroll breathes life into the nearly dead Uncle Fester.

Bette Midler is the voice of Grandmama.

The cast looks a bit less creepy in real life.

The film is due to hit theaters in October. Perfect for Halloween.

Search the hashtag #MeetTheAddams to see what people saying about the trailer.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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