Rob Zombie’s Munsters Image Recreates Iconic Herman & Lily Scene
112 0  2022-08-06 03:46:16
A new image from The Munsters sees Lily playing the harp with Herman. Rob Zombie, who is best known for his R-rated horror works like the Firefly trilogy and Halloween reboot, has directed and produced The Munsters off a screenplay he wrote himself. The movie serves as a prequel story to the classic 1964 sitcom of the same name by Allan Burns and Chris Hayward, and it sees Jeff Daniel Phillips, Sheri Moon Zombie, and Daniel Roebuck take over the roles of Herman, Lily, and Grandpa/ The Count respectively. Since Zombie is a big fan of the original show, he has earnestly tried to capture the nuances of the sitcom, developing the movie as his first PG project.More...

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