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Zombie's Tyrannosaurus Rex Update
Source:Ryan Rotten, Managing Editor
October 4, 2008

There are two factions of people I spoke to last night at the Eyegore Awards Ceremony in Universal Studios Hollywood: Those who were keeping their fingers crossed they'd get a call to appear in Rob Zombie's Tyrannosaurus Rex and those who knew a little bit about the film.

Make no mistake, I walked away knowing not much more about the film which Zombie has only been dropping hints about through powerful pieces of concept art like this one. But, I talked to one source who informed me Zombie will most likely begin principal photography in January.

Will that make it possible for him to meet Dimension's August 28, 2009. Sure. After all, Zombie shot Halloween in early '07 and had it in theaters but the end of the summer. Our source wasn't so sure if the August '09 date is going to hold, however.

We were also told the picture is a genre-masher. Not strictly horror but a film best described as Raging Bull meets The Road Warrior.

There's speculation Zombie has tapped The Nail - a comic book he collaborated on with Steve Niles about a wrestler on vacation with his family who have to fend off Satanic bikers - for inspiration. Perhaps he is exploring similar territory without the supernatural element The Nail introduced towards the end of its four-issue run?

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Posted by: Dr. Doc on October 4, 2008 at 18:50:59

Rob Zombie is awesome and his music is great

Halloween wasnt very good though, in fact, it was pretty ****ty

The Devils Rejects was ok, nothing spectacular

but House of a Thousand Corpses was awesome and i liked it alot and is Zombies best flick so far

the concept art revealed so far for T-Rex has been really cool and bad ass

i really hope that its a good movie

p.s. go to youtube and search "House of a Thousand Muppets" its ****ing hilarious, really funny ****

Posted by: Madness Of Mando on October 4, 2008 at 19:56:00

house of 1000 muppets was genius. i really dig zombie, so i'm looking forward to this flick.

Posted by: ZOMBIE4PETA on October 5, 2008 at 02:46:35

Lets hope Sheri can show a little skin in this one. Tooty F@ckin Fuity!

House of 1000 corpses
Devils Rejects
All kicked ass!!!

Posted by: joe asylo on October 6, 2008 at 15:58:57

i say the halloween film he made justice to.

Posted by: Oswald Cobblepot on October 6, 2008 at 20:12:21

I'm not much into rock or heavy metal or whatever Rob Zombie's music is classified as. But I've listened to his work and I like him - as a musician.

Rob Zombie the writer-director, not so much. I saw Devil's Rejects because it was well received and I was unimpressed. I actually wanted that time I spent watching it back. I didn't know anyone could fit so much profanity in 2 hours.

Halloween was well received so I saw it. I wasn't disappointed because my expectations weren't high but I thought viewers deserved much better that. I didn't want that 2 hours back but I felt upset because I could have been watching the real Halloween instead.

I'm not going to see 1000 Corpses because it wouldn't be logical. It would be like intentionally looking for Uwe Bol's first film. I'll probably rent Rex on Blockbuster Online in a year.

Zombie's a tremenous musical artist so he should stick to that. Leave the movies to filmmakers.

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