Rob Zombie Talks Halloween DVD
Band Photo: Ozzy Osbourne (?)
The Pulse of Radio reports: Rob Zombie sat down with Bloody-Disgusting.com for an update on all his current projects, including the upcoming DVD of his recent hit remake of "Halloween". Zombie said the package will contain his "unrated" longer cut of the movie, loads of deleted scenes, documentaries and other bonus features. One thing it will not include, however, is the "workprint" version of the movie that leaked online prior to its theatrical release. Zombie said, "I don't know what this bullshit workprint is. Something got online which I never saw...the version from the day that someone decided to steal the movie and put it online is one of the 300 versions we were cutting. So I don't know what that is, but the one on the unrated DVD is not that."
Zombie also confirmed that recent rumors about him directing a remake of Eighties horror film "C.H.U.D." were "100% false," and that his "adult" cartoon, "The Haunted World of El Superbeasto", will be completed in February when he finishes his current tour with OZZY OSBOURNE.
Speaking of Ozzy, Zombie was asked in a recent call with reporters if he'd ever consider casting his tourmate in one of his movies: "Casting Ozzy? No, no. Acting's not a joke for me, you know, and not everybody can act. I mean, there's a lot of people that are great personalities, but that doesn't mean they're actors, because acting's hard and it's really hard on the actors. And that's why usually musicians are terrible actors, 'cause they have their personality and persona, but it doesn't mean they can act."
Zombie has not announced what his next live-action feature will be, although he has said it will "not be a horror film."
The rocker-turned-director appears with Ozzy on Wednesday night (November 28) in Glendale, Arizona.
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