ROB ZOMBIE: Excited About Future Movie Projects

Although ROB ZOMBIE's first movie, "House Of 1000 Corpses", was dropped by Universal and delayed countless times (it is now slated for a March release through Lion's Gate Films), the singer says he's excited to move on to his next movie project.

"Well, there's a couple of different movies, and I don't know which one could be possibly the next one," Zombie told Launch. "You know, I'm working on a script right now that's not finished, and I'm up to direct possibly a script that someone else wrote. Neither is confirmed yet at this moment, so I can't say what's next. But I'm definitely looking towards the next thing. The process has been long and horrible in some respects. But it has been awesome in other ways. So, it's just like anything."

Zombie will have up to four new tunes on the soundtrack to "House Of 1000 Corpses", which is set to arrive in stores a few weeks before the movie's release.


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