Tyrannosaurus Rex

Rob Zombie Offers Updates on Werewolf Women of the S.S. and Tyrannosaurus Rex

With everyone buzzing about his upcoming film The Lords of Salem, all eyes are already on Rob Zombie to try to find out what he's going to do next. Recently he gave an update on two of his already announced projects, Werewolf Women of the S.S. and Tyrannosaurus Rex.

More on Rob Zombie's Next Film Project

That's right, kids. A quick update on just what Zombie's big movie announcement is and when he'll be making it has come our way, and we figured we'd share.

Rob Zombie Teases Movie Announcement!

Rob Zombie is an enigma. Say what you want about his movies, the guy does things his way and that's to be applauded. Now that his tour in support of his latest album is wrapping up, the rock star turned director is once again setting his sights on film.

Rob Zombie on His Tour and His Next Movie

It's been pretty quiet lately on the cinema front for rocker turned filmmaker Rob Zombie, and with good reason -- his latest album (which is all kinds of good) Hellbilly Deluxe 2 is out, and the man is busy making sure his tour burns up every venue that it visits.

SDCC 09: Rob Zombie Talks H2, T Rex, Superbeasto, and More

Rob Zombie puts it plainly, "My Halloween 2 has nothing to do with your Halloween 2.” Critics of Zombie’s first Halloween remake were told he did have the original in mind when crafting the film, the result cleaving said critics down the middle. Now we are mere days away from the second coming of Michael Myers, so we sat down with the man behind the new Shape to see what to expect and what else is brewing in Zombieland.

Andy Gould Talks Upcoming Projects with Rob Zombie

While Nomad is battling wind and observing choppers and police cars (sounds exciting, no?) on the set of Rob Zombie's Halloween 2, he found the time to get us some intel on projects coming up after the horror sequel that's on everyone's minds.

Zombie Finally Talks T-Rex

Amidst all the hoopla concerning the more-bizarre-looking-by-the-day sequel to Halloween, Zombie took a few moments recently to talk one of his other projects - the ever elusive T-Rex.

Tyrannosaurus Rex & the Magical Bus of Death!

Tyrannosaurus Rex may still be a bit mysterious, but I know one thing for sure ... it's gonna have hockey masks and slaughter via a badass bus! Just check out the enclosed picture from Rob Zombie's MySpace page for proof!

New T-Rex Art!

The official Rob Zombie MySpace page unveiled another piece of artwork for the filmmaker's newest flick Tyrannosaurus Rex. Nat Jones provided the gritty and semi-sexy bit of promo this time, but I'm still confused about what T-Rex is supposed to be about.

First Art for Tyrannosaurus Rex!

We still don’t know what the hell it is, but I will admit that Rob Zombie’s Tyrannosaurus Rex has some very badass teaser art! Zombie updated his MySpace page today with the art you see below, which was done by artist Alex Horley. Though I doubt there'll be any dinosaur-shaped mushroom clouds in the finished film, if it's anywhere near as cool as the teaser art, we're in for a good time.

T-Rex Takes a Percentage

The official MySpace profile for Tyrannosaurus Rex has been updated today with a new image that Rob is using to build up hype for his '09 project.

Sheri Moon In, T-Rex Out?

OK, I think we can all safely say that Rob Zombie's upcoming film Tyrannosaurus Rex is not the code name for The Nail movie, but it looks like the title may not be the final one at all. STYD has heard from those on the inside that Tyrannosaurus Rex may just be a temp title. Alright, whatever ... but what is the damn thing about?

T-Rex Is/Is Not The Nail

Even though I really couldn’t care less about what Rob Zombie does next, aside from The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, it’s our responsibility as a horror site to inform you guys when we hear more about the recently-confirmed Tyrannosaurus Rex project, so we will. It doesn’t mean I have to like it.

Zombie Confirms Tyrannosaurus Rex

Well, we now officially know the name of the next Rob Zombie movie after The Haunted World of El Superbeasto is done, thanks to a recent posting on his MySpace page. The question is; will it be something horror fans care about?