Ever since "Grindhouse" appeared in theaters and the faux trailers became a big hit, the filmmakers behind them have been talking about converting the trailers into full-length films.
Robert Rodriguez is currently hard at work making "Machete" and Eli Roth wants to develop "Thanksgiving" as part of a bigger deal that involves a sci-fi film "Endangered Species." So the only two left are Rob Zombie's "Werewolf Women of the SS" and Edgar Wright's "Don't."
Hollywood.com has now caught up with Zombie, who believes that since so many Nazi movies are being released, it's the perfect time to develop "Werewolf Women." "I think the time is right. I feel that the Nazi movie is back," he said. "Once the trend comes back, the Nazi trends comes back, now you pervert it like crazy and you add werewolves. So, I don't know if we'll ever see that movie, but now is the time. The time is now to strike with this."
He added that he has already come up with a story. "I actually did sketch out a whole story. It's so insane, it's ridiculous. It involves time travel. I would love to make that movie. 'Grindhouse' was made like a traditional movie, they spent a lot of money. I would like to go make 'Werewolf' in two weeks with no money."
And since Nicolas Cage is having serious money issues, it's also the perfect time to get him to reprise his role.
I would absolutely see this even thought I don't quite like Zombie as a director. I mean, he has shown some promise (Devil's Rejects), but his Halloween remake made me want to gut myself with a rusty hook. If Nic Cage is in this, it will be an absolute must see. Cage has to do that maniacal laugh, though.
minkowskiwrites: on August 27th, 2009 at 10:22:35 PM
Zombie sounds like he dropped out of school in the sixth grade.
I had an idea reagrding Nazis. A fun time travel movie where, th future, Arnold Schwarzeneggar is a German lieutenant in a core of time traveling commandos. He's sent back to Nazi German, circa 1941 on a mission. I imagined him wearing a tan uniform
like there, but short sleeved to show off his buffness. Think True Lies meets Terminator 2 meets Castle Wolfenstine meets Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. All that awesomeness on one movie. Lots of action, lots of wisecracking and an unexpected love interest in the form of a female Austrian defector. Too bad the guy got old.
Oh, and I don't give a f*ck about Zombie. I'm sure his whorewife will be a werewolf. Or something.
vwkombiwrites: on August 28th, 2009 at 12:23:52 AM
I've already seen your *sshole. It's an arthouse film depicting the birth of a government. I thought the primary colours brown and red were a strange choice, plus i didn't quite understand what those crab things had to do with the overall story.
Rob Zombie is going to direct a remake of The Blob. I'm not f*ckin' joking. The first thing he says is that the blob won't be a giant red jello-like creature. Yeah, great, he's probably going to make it a black slime or some sh*t. Just awful. It will most likely be an interesting failure, though.
Snarebeastwrites: on August 28th, 2009 at 6:26:34 AM
Werewolf Women of the S.S. will never happen. He might say it'll happen, but then he'll get an offer to write and direct a dirty and gritty hillbilly remake of Cat People.
zombie...when you say 'i would like to go make werewolf in two weeks with no money'...that's like spitting in the faces of people who actually don't have money and try so very hard to get somewhere with what they've got...i think i've had enough with all that you have to offer now