The Munsters are back! ROB ZOMBIE confirmed his long-rumoured movie reboot of The Munsters via a post on his Instagram account.
The new film will be an all-new story that is set to explore the family’s dynamic and show how they live in their stylish home with its unique architecture, different from what we’re used to seeing today.
Official Teaser Release:
A first teaser trailer has also been released, and it looks awesome. It starts with two kids waking up for school who notice something strange about one of their classmate’s houses: the house moves! They soon find out this isn’t just any old house; it belongs to Herman. This clip gives us our first glimpse of ROB ZOMBIE’s new take on ‘The Munsters,’ and it looks incredible.
This article is about the American television series that ran from 1964 to 1966, which has been rebooted as a film by director Rob Zombie. The original show revolved around Marilyn (Bernard), Eddie (Pugsley), and Cindy Lou Who who live with their father Herman Munster, mother Lily Morticia Munchausen-Munster in “a typical suburban family home.” Filming for this remake began earlier this year. And now we have our first teaser trailer!
About the movie:
He was shooting; the film under a different title, but he always wanted; to call the film “a new version” of ‘The Munsters.’ The original show; ran from 1964-1966; with Fred Gwynne; as Herman, Yvonne De Carlo as Lily, Al Lewis; as Grandpa, Pat Priest as Marilyn (Bernard), Butch Patrick as Eddie (Pugsley) and Sandra Knight; who played both; Cindy Lou Who and Marilyn.
The new film; will be a continuation; of the original show, telling an origin story; about how Herman and Lily; meet and get married. And it seems like his family is just as dysfunctional; in this reboot too! The Munsters; have always been weird, but they’ve never looked so good! Rob Zombie has also confirmed that he cast Sid Haig to play Grandpa, who previously played Captain Spaulding in House of 1000 Corpses and Devil’s Rejects.
In 1964, ‘The Munsters’ series preceded the more well-known sitcom “The Addams Family,” which debuted two years later on ABC television network. It was created by producers Aaron Ruben, William Hanna, and Joseph Barbera – creators of “The Flintstones” and “Yogi Bear.”
A year after the show’s cancellation, a made-for-TV movie entitled The Munsters’ Revenge was released. This film did not have Universal Pictures as the main distributor for it; instead, it was distributed by Metro-Goldwyn Mayer through its home video division (MGM/UA Home Entertainment).
Both Cindy Lou Who and Marilyn. The new film will be a continuation of the original show, telling an origin story about how Herman and Lily meet and get married. And it seems like his family is just as dysfunctional in this reboot too! ROB ZOMBIE has also confirmed that he cast Sid Haig to play Grandpa, who is the family’s black sheep.
He also confirmed on Twitter that he had cast Diane Salinger to play Grandma and Marilyn, his wife Lily Munster will be played by Megan Fox.
The script is being written by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless who are known for their work in Dracula Untold (2014) The Last Witch Hunter (2015), Gods of Egypt(2016). ROB ZOMBIE himself had a hand in writing this film too! So we could expect it to be as bloody and gory as anything else ROB ZOMBIE does these days? It sounds like an interesting premise so I’m excited to see where they take this project next!
Release Date for Reboot of “The Munsters”:
ROB ZOMBIE Officially Confirms His Long-Rumored Movie Reboot Of ‘The Munsters’! Everything we know so far.- Details: Release Date for Reboot of “The Munsters”: Nov. 20, 2021 – The production company behind the film is called Vertigo Entertainment and it will be co-produced by Universal Pictures.
Is the movie worth watching?
The movie is worth watching if you’re a die-hard ROB ZOMBIE fan, but the plotline and characters are nothing new or inventive.
It’s simply a reboot of the same old story we’ve seen before.
Rob Zombie, the heavy-metal musician turned director, has confirmed that he will write and direct a feature film based on “The Munsters,” the ’60s sitcom about a family of friendly monsters.
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