ROB ZOMBIE IS TAKING ON ONE OF MY FAVORITE MOVIES: HALLOWEEN!

MICHAEL MYERS IS BACK WITH THE HELP OF A ROCK STAR!

Michael Myers is back and ready to tell his side of the story — or at least Rob Zombie is.
The writer, director and rock star is taking on “Halloween” and he shines the spotlight on Myers, the main villain of nearly 30-year-old film franchise.
“We go on his journey of what his life is about,” Zombie told fans at Comic-Con, the pop culture convention, on Friday. “This really has no connection to those other movies.”
The film features Tyler Mane as Myers, Scout Taylor-Compton as Laurie Strode (Jaime Lee Curtis’ original role), Malcolm McDowell as Dr. Loomis and Zombie’s wife, Sheri Moon, as Myers’ mom. The new movie will be in theaters Aug. 31.
Zombie, who previously wrote and directed “House of 1000 Corpses” and “The Devil’s Rejects,” said he spoke with the writer-director of the original 1978 “Halloween” film, John
Carpenter.
Carpenter’s words of advice? “Go for it, make it your own thing.”
But don’t expect to see Zombie in the movie.
“I’m not a big fan of directors making cameos in films, because most directors are terrible actors,” he said. “I don’t want to embarrass myself.”