Early Concept Art Surfaces For Rob Zombie's Unmade 'The Blob' Remake

December 4, 2018

Back in 2009, Rob Zombie was venturing into writing and directing a remake of The Blob, the 1958 film that was also remade by Chuck Russell in 1988.


“I have a totally different take, one that’s pretty dark,” Zombie had said in an interview.


Why didn't the film happen? Zombie previously explained, “The Blob was going to happen. I was dealing with people on the movie, even though I was on the fence about doing anything that was considered a remake again. I really didn’t like the idea of that, but just as I went down the road further with the producers and the guys that owned the property, I didn’t feel good about the situation and I just walked away from it. My gut told me this was not a good place to be.”


Recently, artist Alex Horley shared some early concept art for the unmade remake, showing that Rob Zombie's vision was a rather unique take on the film.


Apparently his film was going to have the "blob" take on more of a humanoid shape and we're certain that Sheri Moon would've had a starring role.


Check out the concept art below.






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