ROB ZOMBIE: More 'The Devil's Rejects' Casting News
According to a posting on Rob Zombie's web site, the "'70s 'it' girl and scream-queen goddess" P.J. Soles ("Halloween", "Carrie", "Rock N Roll High School") has signed on to appear in "The Devil's Rejects", the much-anticipated sequel to Zombie's directorial debut, "House of 1000 Corpses", tentatively due later in the year. "P.J. will play Susan, a woman who along with her young child are violently car jacked by none other than Capt. Spaulding himself. Sounds like a hoot! Miss Soles had this to say, 'I'm all grown up and ready to scream again.' "
As previously reported, "The Devil's Rejects" (which "refers to the nickname that the media has bestowed upon our favorite band of murderers") will feature a plot revolving around "the revenge-driven brother of slain Sheriff Wydell hunting down the family with a band of bounty hunters." All original cast members are said to be on board.
Even though "House of 1000 Corpses" was not a box office smash, the relatively low-budget flick's (which cost a reported $7 million to produce) $12.5 million haul was enough to make Lions Gate Films happy.
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