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New Look: Richard Brake in Rob Zombie's Three From Hell

Rob Zombie is in the midst of post-production on his HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES / THE DEVIL'S REJECTS sequel THREE FROM HELL. Earlier this month, we shared a look at a clown called Mr. Baggy Britches, played by Clint Howard, and today we have an all-new look at Richard Brake's character. Like many - if not all - of the peeks and pictures we've seen thus far from Zombie's new film, this new look comes to us from Zombie's personal Instagram account where he writes: 

Happy Birthday to my buddy @richbrake. We've made three films together and I can definitely say THREE FROM HELL is his finest work yet. Our newest Reject is Foxy and he's a total kook.

Richard Brake really was the highlight of Rob Zombie's last flick 31 so I'm happier than a pig in shit that Zombie brought Brake back for more insane shenanigans this time around. But something about Zombie's penchant for turning actors on their heads from film to film tells me that Brake will be playing a sweetheart this time around. But then again... probably not. You can check out the post below and then make sure to hit us up and let us know how excited YOU are for the return of the Firefly Family and Mr. Rixchard Brake to the Zombie Universe in Rob Zombie's THREE FROM HELL.

Sid Haig returns to the role of Captain Spaulding in the film, joined in the cast by returning co-stars Sheri Moon Zombie as Baby, Bill Moseley as Otis, Danny Trejo as Rondo, and Daniel Roebuck as Morris Green. In addition to Howard, actors who are new to this franchise include Richard Brake, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Emilio Rivera, David Ury, Dee Wallace, Pancho Moler, Austin Stoker, Tom Papa, Dot-Marie Jones, Richard Edson, Richard Riehle, Kevin Jackson, Billy Blair, Steven Michael Quezada, Bill Oberst Jr., Sylvia Jefferies, and Sean Whalen.

There's still no word on exactly when THREE FROM HELL is going to be released, but it's expected to arrive sometime in 2019.

Source: Instagram

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