Rob Zombie Discusses Screen Projects
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Rob Zombie told Launch Radio Networks that he's recently been approached to direct an episode for the second season of the Showtime series "Masters Of Horror", but that his touring commitments are getting in the way. "The timing couldn't get worse, you know," he said. "Now with touring, all the filming schedules keep coinciding with the touring schedules, so I don't know. I mean, I'm trying to fit it in, it's just really difficult. You can't exactly, like, break down for 30 days in the middle of your tour to go shoot a TV show."
Rob Zombie will launch another U.S. tour later this spring, billed as "American Witch Across America", with ANTHRAX along as support. Exact dates and cities for the trek will be announced soon. Zombie completed a North American run on Friday (May 5) in Grand Prairie, Texas, his first in support of his recently released "Educated Horses" album.
Zombie has one other announced date so far, in Las Vegas on May 26.
Zombie is also rumored to be joining GODSMACK on tour as a co-headliner this fall.
"Educated Horses", Zombie's third solo album, has sold 231,000 copies in the U.S. since being released on March 28.
"The Haunted World of Superbeasto", an animated film based on Zombie's El Superbeasto comic book character, will be out later this year. The rocker-turned-filmmaker is also working on the script for his third live-action feature.
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