When we first learned that Eddie Izzard would be playing Grandpa in NBC‘s pilot Mockingbird Lane, we were encouraged. The word on this Munsters reboot is that it will not be the fun but silly half hour show that was the original, but rather it’s to be an hour-long drama, written by eye-candy-ful Pushing Daisies‘ Bryan Fuller.
So when we understood that Eddie Izzard‘s Grandpa was meant to be suave and debonair, we started to imagine how very cool that could be. Well imagine no more, as we can now see the concept art for Izzard’s Grandpa’s attire as well as an idea of what the yet-to-be-cast Lily may be wearing.
But wait, there’s more! Concept art for the Munsters’ house, located on, obviously, Mockingbird Lane, has also been unveiled, and in this case, it does look like the original. As Bryan Fuller told EW, »
- Erin Willard
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