Rob Zombie’s The Munsters Reboot: Key Art Revealed [EXCLUSIVE]

Screen Rant has an exclusive first look at the key art for Rob Zombie’s highly-anticipated reboot of The Munsters, showcasing Herman, Lily & Grandpa.


Screen Rant is to excited exclusively present the key art for Rob Zombie’s upcoming reboot of The Munsters, coming soon from Universal 1440 Entertainment, a production arm of Universal Filmed Entertainment Group. First reported to be in development March 2021, the newest iteration not only features stars from the original series and fan-favorites from other iconic franchisesit will also be in full color unlike the original black-and-white series from the ’60s.

Despite the vibrant color though, the first teaser trailer released for The Munsters naysayers and fearful fans proved wrong by capturing the spirit of the original. 1313 Mockingbird Lane stood proudly as the familiar theme music played and each member of the Munsters family came outside in their own unique way. Since that first tease, audiences have eagerly awaited follow-up hints as to the plot and themes of the new reboot, and they have been rewarded with detailed images that give a better look at Herman, Lily and Grandpa. The lack of Marilyn and Eddie thus far, meanwhile, suggests the film may be a prequel.


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For The Munsters fanatics out there whose thirst for knowledge has not yet been quenched, Screen Rant can present the monstrously fabulous key art. Rob Zombie, the rock music legend and horror filmmaker (whose cult classics include Halloween 2007 and House of 1,000 Corpses), is written in classic Munsters scrawl above the film title. The indication is clearly that his vision will perfectly merge with the aesthetics of the beloved monster family to produce a tale that viewers can enjoy.

Check out the first look at the full key art below:

Centered in the key art are Lily (Sheri Moon Zombie, House of 1000 Corpses), Herman (Jeff Daniel Philips, Westworld), and Grandpa Munster (Daniel Roebuck, The Man in the High Castle). They look simultaneously majestic and perhaps a little disconcerted by their new surroundings. Not featured are Floop (Jorge Garcia, Lost) real estate agent Barbara Carr (Cassandra Peterson, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), the Good Morning Transylvania host (Dee Wallace, ET the Extra-Terrestrial) – as well as original cast members Butch Patrick and Pat Priest, who played Eddie and Marilyn respectively.

Further uniting the creator with his creation, Rob Zombie’s upcoming summer tour is set to present The Munsters‘ trailer at each show, along with standees and truck wrapping promo. For more information on his tour dates and tickets purchases, check out his official website.

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The Munsters does not yet have an official release date, but is sure to arrive before the end of 2022.

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