Rob Zombie to direct 'Munsters' reboot film he's been 'chasing for 20 anni'

Attention Boils and Ghouls!,” Zombie wrote on Instagram. “Le voci sono vere! My next film project will be the one I’ve been chasing for 20 anni! THE MUNSTERS! Stay tuned for exciting details as things progress!”

Zombie is a longtime Munsters fan who named his songDragulaafter the Munsters’ car and has often spoken of his love for the series.

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Pat Priest, Al Lewis and Butch Patrick along with Fred Gwynne and Yvonne De Carlo of the Munster family in a publicity photograph from the television series 'The Munsters', circa 1964.

Pat Priest, Al Lewis and Butch Patrick along with Fred Gwynne and Yvonne De Carlo of the Munster family in a publicity photograph from the television series ‘The Munsters’, circa 1964. (CBS/Getty Images)

Zombie’s upcoming project is set up at Universal Studios’ 1440 Entertainment home entertainment division. Il 1440 arm makes live-action and animated films and series for worldwide distribution across all non-theatrical platforms, which indicates the movie will likely go directly to streaming.

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The Munsters,” which ran concurrently with the analogous spooky comedy “La famiglia Addams,” followed a family of benign monsters who are relocated from Transylvania to an American suburb. Satirizing European immigrants adjusting to life in an American suburb, the series reflected shifts in the current societal and political landscape. It starred Fred Gwynne, Yvonne De Carlo, Al Lewis, Beverley Owen (who was later replaced by Pat Priest) and Butch Patrick. All of their characters pulled inspiration from Universal’s classic lineup of monster movies.

Rob Zombie confirmed he'll be directing a ‘Munsters’ movie.

Rob Zombie confirmed he’ll be directing a ‘Munsters’ movie. (Albert L. Ortega / Getty Images)

Zombie’s directing career kicked off in the early 2000s, starting with hardcore horror filmsHouse of 1000 Corpses” nel 2003 e “The Devil’s Rejects” nel 2005. He then wrote and direct the 2007 reimagining of John Carpenter’s “Halloween,” which starred Scout Taylor-Compton and Tyler Mane as the titular serial killer Michael Myers. Although the film was panned by critics, it grossed over $ 80 million at the box office and a respective sequel, “Halloween II,” è stato rilasciato in 2009. Using the film to help promote his music, Zombie released his new albumRob Zombie Presents Captain Clegg and the Night Creatureson the same dayHalloween 2” è stato rilasciato.

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