Halloween and Devil’s Rejects director Rob Zombie is currently in pre-production on his big screen reboot of the classic ’60s sitcom The Munsters, and has provided another update on Instagram. This time, he’s given us a look at a very famous forehead.
The head belongs to Herman Munster, and the Instagram image shows the clay make-up for the iconic character. Zombie writes, “The clay is out and the sculpting has begun on a very prominent brow for THE MUNSTERS.” Check the post out below:
This image follows the images that Zombie posted last week that showed the blueprint for the Munsters House and an illustration of Lily and Herman in their nightwear.
The Munsters doesn’t have a release date yet, but it is currently in pre-production in Budapest, Hungary. In June, Zombie posted from the city, where he stated, “This place is amazing. The locations are perfect.”
Zombie confirmed that he was making a new Munsters movie for Universal in June. He stated that he had been wanting to make the movie for two decades, writing, “Attention Boils and Ghouls! The rumors are true! My next film project will be the one I’ve been chasing for 20 years! THE MUNSTERS!”
The Munsters premiered in 1964 and focused on the home life of a group of friendly monsters. It ran for 70 episodes over the next two years and was followed by several made-for-TV movies. A sequel show titled The Munsters Today arrived in 1988, which ran for 4 years.