Is A Devil’s Rejects Sequel Possible? Bill Moseley Weighs In

Is A Devil’s Rejects Sequel Possible? Bill Moseley Weighs In

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With horror movie remakes and sequels having become more popular recently, it seems that just about anything is possible. That being said, perhaps a seemingly deceased force of evil coming back to reek more havoc wouldn’t be too far off the mark. Now when it comes to Rob Zombie and his massively successful films, there’s no doubt that the Firefly clan are among fan favorites. Both his films House Of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects still hold a high ranking within the horror community. So if the gruesome family of three were to ever return, it’s doubtful that anyone would object to it.

Back in February, Rob posted on his Instagram, teasing a possible sequel for The Devil’s Rejects. While we were given no hints, confirmations, or otherwise concerning a sequel, it’s clear that even Rob would love to see the Firefly clan come back to life. So is he the only one who would be willing to put in the work? Well, one Bill Moseley recently put in his two cents about the possibility. For fans of the film series, Moseley is better known as having played Otis, the completely deranged brother of Baby. Last week, Moseley was a special guest on the Shock Waves podcast. During this specific podcast episode, the actor revealed the following:

“I do hope they do it! I’m wishing great success for Rob’s new movie 31, because that was entirely crowd funded, and maybe that’s the way (to do another Firefly sequel). I think that Lionsgate must own the rights, so I’m sure there’d have to be some negotiation there. I don’t really know. I’m sure House of 1000 Corpses and Devil’s Rejects both turned a profit, so I would think that’d be a good reason to do a third one.”

Again, while nothing is confirmed, at least we have the confidence of knowing who is on board for a sequel.

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