The Addams Family First Trailer Has A Classic IT Joke

There's a big pro-gay statement in the trailer for The Addams Family

The worldwide trailer doesn't use the stick figure intro and is arguably more impressive for dropping us straight into the morbid world of the Addams family. It's home, Addams Family-style.

The Addams Family is produced by Gail Berman, Conrad Vernon, Alex Schwartz and Alison O'Brien, with Kevin Miserocchi, Andrew Mittman and Joe Earley exec producing.

Take a look at the official movie trailer here below.

It's stacked with an incredible voice cast including Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Allison Janney, Nick Kroll, Finn Wolfhard, and Chloë Grace Moretz. However, that movie was a Saban production, unrelated to Barry Sonnenfeld's two features, meant to lead to a TV series that never happened.

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The Addams family's lives begin to unravel when they face-off against a treacherous, greedy crafty reality TV host while also preparing for their extended family to arrive for a major celebration.

Charles Addams' classic characters make their return on the big screen as The Addams Family gets animated this fall.

Morticia, devilishly devoted to her husband and children, is the pale glue that holds her clan together. Mad Uncle Fester is good-natured, merry and likes to create mayhem any way he can. The spooky family were last seen in a pair of live-action movies in the 1990s and will next appear in a new animated film, which hit theaters in October.

Based on the original comics by Charles Addams and the '60s-era ABC series, the movie centers on a unusual family obsessed with the macabre.

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