Rob Zombie, the heavy steel musician and director, has revealed the blueprint for the Munster Mansion in his upcoming movie adaptation of the basic tv sequence.
Zombie posted the detailed development plans to his Instagram account on Monday, full with measurements and stylistic notes. “The blueprints are accomplished! Time to begin the development,” Zombie wrote within the submit. “Prepare for probably the most good Munsters home since 1964. I need this factor actual.”
Zombie used the hashtag “#Budapest” on the submit, and had beforehand shared that he was scouting areas for the movie within the Hungarian metropolis in June. “This place is superb,” Zombie wrote in one of the posts. “The areas are good.”
The Munsters home used within the 1964-66 sequence, situated at 1313 Mockingbird Lane, is an exterior set at Common Studios, however has since been reworked a number of instances to be used in different productions, together with “Homicide, She Wrote,” “Determined Housewives” and “All people Loves Raymond.”
Zombie confirmed his plans to direct a movie reboot of the sequence in early June, writing on Instagram: “Consideration Boils and Ghouls! The rumors are true! My subsequent movie venture would be the one I’ve been chasing for 20 years! THE MUNSTERS! Keep tuned for thrilling particulars as issues progress!”
A lifelong fan of “The Munsters,” certainly one of Zombie’s hottest songs, “Dragula,” was named after the Munsters’ automotive. The venture, which follows a household of benign monsters who relocate from Transylvania to the American suburbs, is ready up at Common Studios’ 1440 Leisure division.
Zombie started directing horror movies within the early 2000s, most notably “Home of 1000 Corpses,” “The Satan’s Rejects” and the 2007 reimagining of John Carpenter’s “Halloween” in addition to its sequel, “Halloween II.”