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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Rob Zombie’s The Munsters trailer released

The first official teaser trailer for Rob Zombie, after a brief period of much teasing from the writer-director Munsters Reboot has come online. If you’ve ever seen a classic sitcom Munsters, the trailer will sound very familiar, as it mimics the opening credits of the series and naturally features the iconic theme song. Showing off the first look of Jeff Daniels Phillips (Lords of Salem, Halloween II) as Herman Munster, Lily Munster as Sherry Moon the zombie, and Daniel Roebuck (3 From Hell, The Man in the High Castle) as Grandpa, you can see it in the player below and more to come this year. You can search for the movie.

Fans can also expect Richard Brake in the film (31, 3 from hell) as Dr. Henry Augustus Wolfgang and Sylvester McCoy (doctor who) as Igor in addition to appearances by Katherine Schell (Doctor Who), Cassandra Peterson (Elvira, not really), and Dee Wallace. Deep cut characters from the TV series including Uncle Gilbert and Zombo will also be present. This should come as no surprise to anyone who is paying attention, although Rob Zombie has been a very vocal and devout fan of The Monsters for decades.

“There isn’t a better person in Hollywood, or anywhere else on the planet, who should make Munsters movie other than Rob Zombie,” shared Roebuck horror geek life Last year. “It has passed through the hands of many other people and I know that Rob wasn’t just looking for something to add to his coat. He is a huge fan of it and being a lifetime fan of this material it really is as much It’s as good as it gets. I know Sherry, and no one works harder than Sherry the Zombie. I wrote and directed a movie for her, as well as another movie that I co-wrote and co-wrote co-directed, so I feel like her talent. I think she is great and I love working with her.”

Posting set photos from production of Zombie Munsters For a few months, some fans got the impression that filming had been going on for some time. In truth, the film was wrapped up long ago because the film has already received an official rating from the Motion Picture Association. It was previously reported that the film was rated PG by the MPA, marking the first time every other film directed by him has been rated R for Zombie’s film career as a director.

final resting place for Munsters It is yet to be decided. At one point, it was expected to hit streaming as a Peacock exclusive, although the latest rumors suggest that Netflix may have made a bid to buy the film from Universal.

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Reference from comicbook.com

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