Out singer Adam Lambert and actress Laverne Cox are among the stars in the Fox remake of the classic Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Tim Curry pioneered the role of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, a self-proclaimed “sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania,” in the original Broadway production and the 1975 20th Century Fox movie.

In the television adaptation, Frank-N-Furter is played by Cox, who in 2014 received an Emmy nomination for her portrayal of transgender inmate Sophia Burset on the Netflix comedy Orange is The New Black, making her the first transgender actor to receive such an honor.

“The scale of the production is so huge,” Cox told Entertainment Tonight from the set. “It's just top notch.”

“How sexy is it going to be?” Cox was asked.

“Well, I'm starring in it, so it has to be really sexy,” Cox answered.

Lambert plays punk rocker Eddie, originally portrayed by Meatloaf in the film.

“He's a horndog,” Lambert said of his character. “He's nasty.”

The Rocky Horror remake will air October 20 on Fox.