Rob Zombie recently revealed that the Firefly family will be returning for another round of carnage, mayhem, and (fingers crossed) tutti f—in' frutti ice cream in a new Devil's Rejects movie 3 From Hell, and today he announced that Dee Wallace (E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The House of the Devil) has joined the cast.

Rob Zombie announced the latest 3 From Hell casting news on Facebook. This will mark Wallace's fourth collaboration with Zombie after working with the filmmaker on 2007's Halloween, El Superbeasto, and The Lords Of Salem. Details on her character in the new movie have yet to be revealed. She joins the recently announced Austin Stoker (1976's Assault on Precinct 13) in the growing cast.

Zombie recently confirmed that the new Devil's Rejects movie has begun filming, and while an official synopsis has yet to be revealed, 3 From Hell is expected to follow the continued adventures of Otis (Bill Moseley), Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig), and Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie), who were last seen (spoiler warning if you haven't seen The Devil's Rejects) driving into a barrage of bullets at a police barricade that ended their hellish road trip. Moseley, Haig, and Sheri Moon Zombie are all expected to reprise their roles as the sadistic Firefly family members, with more cast members to be announced.

Are you excited to see another entry in Zombie's Firefly family saga? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, listen to the Daily Dead team discuss the films of Rob Zombie on our Corpse Club podcast, and stay tuned for more updates on 3 From Hell in the coming months!

Photo Credit: Above photo from Jonathan Clifton Productions via Facebook.

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