Rob Zombie releases teaser for upcoming horror comedy The Munsters based on 1960s television sitcom

Rob Zombie releases teaser for upcoming horror comedy The Munsters based on 1960s television sitcom

Rob Zombie released a teaser for The Munsters movie on Wednesday that showed the monster family based on the 1960s television sitcom in full living color.

The 57-year-old director, real name Robert Bartleh Cummings, shared the 52-second teaser on social media including his YouTube and Instagram pages.

The clip opened with the show’s familiar theme song by late composer Jack Marshall and a black-and-white exterior shot of the Munster mansion on Mockingbird Lane.

In color: Rob Zombie released a teaser for The Munsters movie on Wednesday that showed the monster family based on the 1960s television sitcom in full living color

A green slime font read ‘A Rob Zombie Film’ before family patriarch Herman Munster, played by Jeff Daniel Phillips, 53, was shown clumsily crashing through closed doors.

Frankenstein monster Herman was followed by his vampire wife Lily Munster, played by Sheri Moon Zombie, 51, who stepped through his silhouette.

Her vampire father Grandpa, played by Daniel Roebuck, 59, made his way through next after first blocking himself with the shovel he was holding.

Title cards in The Munsters teaser announced the ‘all-new movie’ will be released in 2022.

Munster mansion: The 52-second teaser opened with the show's familiar theme song by late composer Jack Marshall and a black-and-white exterior shot of the Munster mansion on Mockingbird Lane

Munster mansion: The 52-second teaser opened with the show’s familiar theme song by late composer Jack Marshall and a black-and-white exterior shot of the Munster mansion on Mockingbird Lane

Social media: Rob Zombie, shown in September 2019 in Los Angeles, shared the 52-second teaser on social media including his YouTube and Instagram pages

Social media: Rob Zombie, shown in September 2019 in Los Angeles, shared the 52-second teaser on social media including his YouTube and Instagram pages

Busting through: Family patriarch Herman Munster, played by Jeff Daniel Phillips, 53, was shown clumsily crashing through closed doors

Busting through: Family patriarch Herman Munster, played by Jeff Daniel Phillips, 53, was shown clumsily crashing through closed doors

Vampire wife: Frankenstein monster Herman was followed by his vampire wife Lily Munster, played by Sheri Moon Zombie, 51, who stepped through his silhouette

Vampire wife: Frankenstein monster Herman was followed by his vampire wife Lily Munster, played by Sheri Moon Zombie, 51, who stepped through his silhouette

‘Now in living color,’ a message said as the video shifted from black-and-white to color.

Grandpa, Herman and Lily were then shown in color sitting together in the mansion.

‘Well, now what ?,’ Grandpa said.

Monster family: Grandpa, played by Daniel Roebuck, 59, made his way through next after first blocking himself with the shovel he was holding

Monster family: Grandpa, played by Daniel Roebuck, 59, made his way through next after first blocking himself with the shovel he was holding

Zombie wrote and directed the film, which has a PG rating.

The Munsters will be released theatrically by Universal Pictures with simultaneous availability on the Peacock streaming service.

The original TV series The Munsters originally ran on CBS from September 1964 to May 1966. The Munsters gained larger audiences after going into syndication after its original run.

Teaming up: Rob wrote and directed The Munsters that also stars his wife Sheri Moon Zombie, show together in September 2019 in Los Angeles

Teaming up: Rob wrote and directed The Munsters that also stars his wife Sheri Moon Zombie, show together in September 2019 in Los Angeles

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