Rob Zombie Shares New Photo of Otis in 3 from Hell
Bill Moseley may be behind bars, at least for now, but he still has his music.
By Chris Morse
It’s been some time since we last received an update on Rob Zombie’s Three from Hell, which entered the final stages of post-production early last month, but the filmmaker took to Instagram to offer another quick tease to fans who are eagerly awaiting word on when this movie might hit theaters. The film is expected to arrive sometime this year, though exactly when is anybody’s guess at this point.
“Otis may be spending his days behind bars,” the post’s caption reads. “But at least he's still got his music.” Have a look at the latest shot of Otis in the photo below.
Rob Zombie's Three From Hell is tentatively due to hit theaters sometime this year and stars Bill Moseley (Repo! The Genetic Opera) as Otis Firefly, Sheri Moon Zombie (2007’s Halloween) as Baby Firefly, and Sid Haig (Kill Bill: Vol. 2) as Captain Spaulding.
The cast also includes Danny Trejo (Machete, From Dusk Till Dawn) as Rondo, Clint Howard (Apollo 13) as Mr. Baggy Britches, Daniel Roebuck (The Fugitive) as Morris Green, David Ury (Breaking Bad), Pancho Moler (American Horror Story), Sean Whalen (Twister), Kevin Jackson (Conspiracy Theory) as Gerard James, Austin Stoker (1976’s Assault on Precinct 13), Dee Wallace (Critters, The Howling), Jeff Daniel Phillips (The Lords of Salem), Richard Brake as Winslow Foxworth Coltrane (Doom, Hannibal Rising), Bill Oberst Jr. as Tony Commando, Richard Riehle (Casino, Star Trek: Voyager), Dot-Marie Jones (The Boondock Saints), and Tom Papa (The Informant!).
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