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ROB ZOMBIE – Planning ‘The Devil’s Rejects’ Follow-Up

According to Bloody-disgusting.com, Rob Zombie is planning to film a follow-up to his 2005 film ‘The Devil’s Rejects‘. No further details were revealed regarding how he allegedly plans to go ahead with the project however. One thing seems certain however, his wife Sheri Moon Zombie, who played ‘Baby’ in the film and it’s 2003 predecessor ‘House Of 1000 Corpses‘ will likely be involved, having appeared in nearly all of Zombie‘s films to date.

Robert Bartleh Cummings, more famously known as Rob Zombie, was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts on January 12, 1965. He is the oldest son of Louise and Robert Cummings, and has a younger brother, Michael David (aka Spider One; b. 1968), who is the lead singer of Powerman 5000. Growing up, Zombie loved horror movies, which have greatly influenced his music and filmmaking career; in 1983, he graduated from Haverhill High School. After graduating, he moved to New York City to attend Parsons School of Design, also briefly working as a production assistant on Pee-wee’s Playhouse (1986).

Zombie and his then-girlfriend, Sean Yseult, co-founded the band White Zombie, named after the Bela Lugosi classic horror film of the same name (White Zombie (1932)). The band released their debut studio album, ‘Soul-Crusher’, in 1987; their second, ‘Make Them Die Slowly’, followed in 1989, but generated little buzz.

Following the release of their fourth extended play, however, White Zombie caught the attention of Geffen Records, who in 1992 went on to release their third studio album, ‘La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Volume One’. This album sold over two million copies in the U.S., becoming the band’s breakout hit. White Zombie’s fourth and final album, ‘Astro-Creep: 2000 – Songs of Love, Destruction and Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head’, was released in 1995 to critical and commercial success, ultimately becoming their most successful album. The band released a remix album in 1996 and disbanded the same year, officially breaking up in 1998.

Source: The PRP