Rob Zombie just released another big update The Munsters Movie, his planned film adaptation of the classic comedy series. Earlier this year, it emerged that Zombie was developing a new film based on the sitcom, which he has been a lifelong fan of. He has since officially confirmed his participation and has been updating his fans on the pre-production process for weeks.
on Monday, Rob Zombie posted an image on Instagram revealing the set blueprints of the Munsters’ family home at 1313 Mockingbird Lane. As seen in the picture, the house looks exactly as it appeared in the original TV show. This may quell some concerns that fans think Zombie isn’t going to stay faithful to the source material, as he’s going to some great lengths to make it happen. In fact, he even writes about how he wants to make sure it looks like the same house.
In the caption, Zombie writes: “Blueprint done! Time to start construction. Get ready for the best Munsters Home since 1964. I want that right.”
Lately, Zombie has been searching for locations for Munsters Other locations in Budapest to be screened in the film. It’s good to know that he’s opting to build the real Munsters’ family home as a way of fittingly homage to the original series. It’s still unclear whether Zombie plans to keep the story light-hearted and comedic as well as sitcom-like, or if he wants to give the film its usual tough R-rating. At this point in time, it seems that he is interested in staying faithful to the show.
Casting information hasn’t been officially confirmed, but we can assume that Zombie’s wife and longtime collaborator Sherri Moon Zombie will be involved. The original report stated that she was set to play Lily Munster opposite Jeff Daniel Phillips as her husband Herman, although these plans could always change as nothing is official yet. Other rumored names for the cast include frequent zombie film stars Dan Roebuck and Richard Brake as well. lost Star Jorge Garcia and Cassandra “Elvira” Peterson.
In the mid 1960s, Munsters Lasted for two seasons with a total of 70 episodes. A sitcom depicting the home life of a family of demons, the series starred Fred Gwynn, Yvonne De Carlo, Al Lewis, Beverly Owen, Pat Priest and Butch Patrick. When news of the reboot was announced, Patrick personally visited Zombie to ride in Coach, one of the vehicles built and operated by the family in the original sitcom. There’s probably no one more excited for this movie than Rob.
Munsters There isn’t an official production start date yet, but with zombies on the prowl and designed sets for locations, we can’t be too far from starting the cameras rolling out. Similarly, there is no release date set at the moment, but there are rumors that the film may release simultaneously on Peacock when it premieres in theatres. You can stay updated by following Rob Zombie on Instagram.
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