Bill Moseley Talks His Role in ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D’

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Bill Moseley Talks His Role in Texas Chainsaw 3DI am totally stoked for the new sequel to Tobe Hooper’s 1974 classic, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Not necessarily because its a sequel, but its because Bill Moseley is attached, the dude is freakin’ awesome! The last time we seen Bill in a Chainsaw flick was when he played Chop-Top in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, but to what capacity will he play in this new sequel?

Well, our friends over at B-D, recently caught up with Bill Moseley at this year’s Eyegore Awards, and he chimed in with his involvement as well as a future project;

I play Drayton Sawyer, who was played by Jim Siedow in the very first film in 1974. I play him imperfectly, I might add. But with love and enthusiasm.” 

Bill also added;

“I’ve got Dead Souls coming up for Chiller TV. It’s based in the book by Michael Laimo and is directed by Colin Theys. That’s coming up in April.

I cannot wait for this. While the trailer did look a little off putting, I’m willing to take my chance and give this one a shot. What do you guys say?

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      1. Matt September 22, 2012 at 11:57 pm

        I say that anything with Bill Moseley is a movie I will watch. The only reason I watched Repo! The Genetic Opera was because he was in it. It just so happened that movie became one of my favorites. Bill always takes a movie and turns it into a GREAT movie.

      2. Chris Topher James September 23, 2012 at 5:56 pm

        Awesome he is going to play the chilli guy!!!!! How fitting :-) this should be very entertaining

      3. Rafizan Randzan September 24, 2012 at 3:04 am

        Hi, I must say I don’t know the guy before House Of 1000 Corpses, which is sad. Hope this one opens at a theater nearby.

        God bless, Rafizan.