ROB ZOMBIE's Wife To Star In 'Toolbox' Remake

July 18, 2003

ROB ZOMBIE's wife, Sheri Moon, has signed on to star in director Tobe Hooper's ("Texas Chainsaw Massacre") remake of the classic exploitation sickie "The Toolbox Murders". This time Sheri plays a character known as Daisy. Filming begins this week in Los Angeles. Stay tuned for more details.

In related news, several members of the cast of Zombie's hit movie "House Of 1000 Corpses" will reunite this Friday (July 18) at the San Diego Comic-Con. In attendance will be Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sheri Moon, Irwin Keyes, Chris Hardwick, special effects supervisor Wayne Toth and director Rob Zombie. They will be discussing the sequel, unveiling the new action figure line and answering questions from the fans. All of the actors will be signing autographs in the convention area.

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