Heavy metal singer-songwriter Rob Zombie is keeping fans well up to date on his impending reboot film of The Munsters. A professed fan of the 1964 series, Zombie recently teased the new look for Grandpa Munster, the vampire with the best ride. Zombie is fronting this project, shot at least in part in Budapest, as the director. On Instagram, he has shared concept art, blueprints, replicas, and now, a teaser image of work on Grandpa Munster\u2019s new look. Check out a teaser of Grandpa Munster for the modern reboot View this post on Instagram A post shared by RobZombieofficial (@robzombieofficial) The picture, shared in mid-July, features the start of a wig on a wig stand partially covered in blue. The hairs in question appear to form a widow\u2019s peak with black on top tapering into grays at the ends. THE MUNSTERS' REVENGE, Al Lewis, 1981 \/ Everett Collection RELATED: Fred Gwynne Actually Played Three Roles On \u2018The Munsters\u2019 \u201cThe wig work has begun!\u201d Zombie announced in the post\u2019s caption. He went on, \u201cCan anyone guess which character this is? Obviously you can.\u201d Indeed, several of the over a thousand comments happily proclaim \u201cGrandpa!\u201d and many name Grandpa Munster as their favorite character. Faithful to a beloved original THE MUNSTERS, Butch Patrick, Yvonne De Carlo, Fred Gwynne, Al Lewis, Pat Priest, 1964-66 \/ Everett Collection Sticking with Universal, The Munsters as a reboot film will feature faces familiar to those who have watched Zombie\u2019s work in the past, including his wife Sheri Moon Zombie as Lily and Jeff Daniel Phillips as Herman Munster. Other cast members include Dan Roebuck, Jorge Garcia, and Richard Brake, though there\u2019s no final word on who shall play whom. However, Zombie seems dedicated to the original content, building and interacting with replicas at every turn. Initial release dates theorized Halloween 2021, but scheduling now predicts something in 2022. Will you watch the reboot?