Disney show for Rocky Horror stars
Three stars of 1970s cult film The Rocky Horror Picture Show have been reunited on a new project - a children's animation series.
Richard O'Brien, Tim Curry, who played Dr Frank-N-Furter in the 1975 musical, and Barry Bostwick, who played Brad, will all feature in Disney show Phineas and Ferb.
O'Brien, creator and star of Rocky Horror, provides the voice of Lawrence Fletcher, father to one of the characters.
Bostwick, 62, has a recurring role as Grandpa Clyde, while Curry appears as a British butler in an episode set in London.
O'Brien, 65, who appears rarely on UK screens, said: "Phineas and Ferb sounded like a fun project, and I only do stuff that's fun."
The show, which also features the voice of Love Actually star Thomas Sangster as Ferb, will air on the Disney Channel from February.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show, written by O'Brien and based on his stage production, featured cross-dressing, murder and musical performances.