Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Cinemystery: Locke & Key Graphic Novels to be Adapted into Film Trilogy

Cinemystery: Crime Novels Adapted for Film

A film trilogy adaptation of Locke & Key, a series of graphic novels by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, is apparently a go for Universal. Roberto Orci appended the word "true" to a tweet asking for confirmation. Orci is expected to co-write a screenplay with frequent writing partner Alex Kurtzman.

A television adaptation of the series was considered by Fox in 2011, which got far enough along in the project to order a pilot written and produced by Orci and Kurtzman, but was not developed further. The trailer for that pilot can be seen below. It isn't clear if any of the work that went into the pilot, including any of the cast, will be a part of the film trilogy adaptation.

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Welcome to Lovecraft by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez

Welcome to Lovecraft
Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez
The Locke and Key Graphic Novels (1st in series)

The Locke & Key comics tell the story of the Locke children, who move into a New England mansion — Keyhouse — after the murder of their father by a deranged high school student. But Keyhouse isn't just any house — it is filled with fantastic doors that transform all who dare to walk through them …

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