Rob Zombie has started building his home in Munsters for a movie reboot of the 1960s CBS sitcom. The filmmaker and musician revealed his plans for the apartment created for the film for the first time last month, which was to be an exact copy of the house from the original on TV channel The Munsters.

At this point, word had already got around that Zombie, the rocker and former White Zombie bandleader who is now equally known for his horror films, is about to restart The Munsters for his next project. But would Zombie’s take on the happy monster family make a scary movie?

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Whatever the movie will be, the house featured in Zombies’ upcoming The Munsters will no doubt be a great return to the whereabouts that first amazed television viewers in the 1960s, how to get into the bare bones of the house on a picture the filmmaker can imagine recently put online.

“BIG NEWS!” Zombie excitedly shared on social media on August 20 along with a photo of the wooden frame of the house on site. “Straight off the set of THE MUNSTERS! Construction of the Munsters House has officially started! Stay tuned for more updates [iconic] Structure comes to life! “

Zombie’s Construction Tease follows other recent updates the filmmaker has made about his progress in Munsters, including first glimpses of the costumes and makeup effects for the reboot. And he’s not just building a house – he’s building an entire Mockingbird Lane.

The original Munsters premiered in 1964 and aired for two seasons until they finally ended their run after ratings dropped against ABC’s Batman.

The show follows the fictional lives of Frankenstein-like Herman Munster, his vampiric wife Lily, their grandfather, their teenage niece Marilyn, and the couple’s werewolf-like son, Eddie.

Zombies The Munsters – now in pre-production in Budapest – opens in cinemas and streaming at the same time. There has not yet been a release date, nor have there been any casting announcements.

No matter, cheer on the Dragula, because we are going to the Münsterland.

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