Hot on the heels of last week’s trailer, Rob Zombie shares new footage from his film Munsters offering detailed looks at Herman, Lily and Grandpa.
Hot on the heels of last week’s trailer, Rob Zombie shares new footage of his The Munsters film providing detailed looks at Herman, Lily and Grandpa. The musician-turned-filmmaker struggled for twenty years to make a film based on the short-lived 1960s sitcom, though the project was first reported to be in development in March 2021. Throughout pre-production, Zombie posted continuous updates on social media. documenting the construction of the set in Hungary, in particular the exact replica of the Munster family home at 1313 Mockingbird Lane.
Shortly after construction wrapped, Zombie unveiled the first cast members in October 2021, and production began the following month. Jeff Daniel Phillips conducts The Munsters film as Herman alongside Sheri Moon Zombie as Lily and Daniel Roebuck as Grandpa. Other cast members include Richard Brake, Sylvester McCoy, Jorge Garcia, Catherine Schell, and Cassandra Peterson. Land details for The Munsters The film is still under wraps, though the original sitcom centers on the titular family of benign home freaks as they struggle to adjust to life in an archetypal American suburb.
Now Zombie is taking to Instagram again to share some pics from the set. The Munsters film. The set of images features the updated film version of the iconic trio with the first photo showing the director posing with Phillips, Moon and Roebuck, followed by action shots of each actor as they appear to be filming character scenes like Herman, Lily, and Grandpa. Check out the images below:
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These new looks at Herman, Lily and Grandpa come a week after the release of The Munsters trailer which featured the first full look at the trio in black and white before switching to vivid color. Now that the trailer has revealed that the film will be partially in color, expect many of the photos Zombie shared from the set to also be in color to get audiences used to the updated aesthetic. The Munsters The movie shouldn’t be in production for too long, as it takes six months to shoot.
With the production of The Munsters With the movie coming to an end, this might be one of the last looks Zombie shared from the set. If everything stays on schedule for the final stage of filming, the film could be set for release later this year, with rumors indicating it will premiere exclusively on Peacock. With a release date yet to be announced, fans can rewatch the original sitcom streaming on Peacock to prepare for Zombie’s updated take on the goth family.
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