Rob Zombie Reveals Creepy Behind-The-Scenes Make-Up Effects For Munsters Movie

Rob Zombie's reboot of the classic spooky sitcom is in production in Budapest.

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Rob Zombie has released new behind-the-scenes images from his upcoming Munsters movie. The reboot of the classic '60s sitcom is currently in production in Budapest, Hungary.

Zombie posted new images on Instagram. They show some of the make-up effects work being carried out by his team, including a head covered in blue gloop, prosthetic teeth, and two full monster heads. The caption reads, "Lots of Munsters action in the Ex Mortis special effects studio today. These guys are working overtime." Check the images out below:

These images follow pictures of clay make-up for Herman Munster, 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's been rumored that the movie might end up as a Peacock streaming exclusive. Universal is making several movies that will debut on its streaming platform, including the next Paranormal Activity movie and the Pet Sematary prequel. The cast of The Munsters hasn't been announced either, but reportedly Zombie regulars Jeff Daniel Philips and Sheri Moon Zombie will play Herman and Lily.

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.

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