Rob Zombie‘s upcoming American comedy horror film The Munsters debuted the full trailer for his adaptation of the classic TV series.
Zombie has produced, written and directed the upcoming film – set as prequel to the 1960s family television sitcom of the same name.
Rob Zombie has shared today another behind the scenes shot from the set of upcoming movie The Munsters, showing off the main trio he calls his “Munster Squad.”
Rob Zombie announced today that Pat Priest is part of the cast of upcoming movie The Munsters!
Priest played Marilyn Munster in the original black & white television series, replacing Beverly Owen as Marilyn Munster from episodes 14 through 70 of the classic show. The news was announced in an Instagram post:
Rob Zombie announced today that Dee Wallace, who previously starred in Halloween, Lords of Salem, and 3 from Hell, is part of the cast of upcoming movie The Munsters!
“Dee is the voice of GOOD MORNING TRANSYLVANIA! Transylvania’s 2nd favorite morning show… soon slipping to 3rd if they don’t update their format.”
Dee Wallace is of course a longtime icon in the horror genre, starring in 1980s classics including Cujo, The Howling, Critters and Steven Spielberg’s E.T.
Sheri Moon Zombie and Jeff Daniel Phillips will be playing Lily and Herman Munster in the Rob Zombie-penned film, with the cast also including Richard Brake, Dan Roebuck, Jorge Garcia, Catherine Schell and Cassandra (Elvira) Peterson.
A release date is still to be confirmed.
Rob Zombie Shares Photo Of “The Gypsy Queen” from Upcoming ‘The Munsters’ Movie
Rob Zombie to direct Munsters movie
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Rob Zombie is currently directing a brand new big screen take on classic sitcom The Munsters. Today he shared from the set.
The photo shows Catherine Schell (“Space: 1999,” The Return of the Pink Panther) in costume playing “Zoya Krupp the gypsy queen” in the movie, Zombie reveals today.
Rob Zombie is currently directing a brand new big screen take on classic sitcom The Munsters. Today he shared a photo of the cast from the set.
Rob Zombie will direct a brand new take on classic sitcom The Munsters.