Rob Zombie Purchases Hollywood Home; ’31’ Film Company Insists Its Not Involved in Creepy Clown Sightings
Police in the Carolinas have received numerous reports from people claiming to have witnessed creepy clowns sightings in the area, with the clowns acting so odd that it warranted a report. But with these reports there has been speculation that it might be related to a film campaign for Rob Zombie's new movie 31, something that his film company has denied.
WFFF News 4 reached out to Saban Films, the company distributing Zombie's new film, and Saban issued a statement saying, "The company and the film 31 are not associated in any way with the creepy clowns and costumed characters found roaming the South."
The film features a promotional poster with a scary clown in whiteface that looks similar to the clown pictures being shared on social media, allegedly from local sightings. 31 arrives on VOD on Sept. 16, while a theatrical screening is due Oct. 21.
Meanwhile, in other Rob Zombie news, the singer-turned-director has reportedly purchased a new Hollywood Hills home that looks like it has a lot of spooky potential (see photos above and below). TMZ reports that Zombie spent $2.49 million for a mid-century hideaway. The 2,300 square feet home has two rooms and two baths, but also comes with a koi pond, pool and outdoor patio. You can check out more photos of the home at TMZ.
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