Rob Zombie shared this piece of artwork for his latest film, 31, along with the promise that a trailer is coming soon. The movie premiered at Sundance in January, and it will hit select theaters on September 16 via Saban Films.
Sheri Moon Zombie, Malcolm McDowell, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Meg Foster, Judy Geeson, Jane Carr, Elizabeth
Daily, Torsten Voges, Lew Temple, David Ury, Richard Brake, Pancho
Moler, Daniel Roebuck, Ginger Lynn,
Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, and Tracey Walter star.
Lynn smiles as she finished packing her bag. She was excited to go to Paris and was up early so that they could leave early.
She took her duffel bag and made sure she had everything before making her way to Daniels dorm, knocking lightly on the door.
“Daniel? It’s Lynn! I’m ready to go.” She said outside the door.
“With the whole ‘give divas a chance’ movement on social media, you should prove to the diva fans across the world how important the division is. -So how about you give all the divas a chance. Give us a diva battle royal to determine who’s the real number one contender.”
Jerry Lynn Vs. Bryan Danielson WWF Raw (Dark Match) [April 9th, 2001]
I feel that, with a few years’ difference, this match could have been extraordinary. Jerry Lynn was one of the most technically gifted athletes to come out of ECW, and his opponent, Bryan Danielson, would go on to gain the same accolade with worldwide recognition. These two have a quick but solid dark match, and you can’t help but wonder why Danielson wasn’t a fixture in the impending “Ruthless Aggression” Era.
This is an interesting sort-of related video from the same time period. Danielson is interviewed by MCW, the territory that the WWF were using as a training ground for new talented, regarding his release from the WWF and his future plans: