Things can never just be easy, can they? In any event, the feature adaptation of the Joe Hill comic series Locke & Key may have hit a small TV-sized bump on its way to the big screen. Read on for details.
Back in June we found out that Universal was looking to bring the popular comic Locke & Key to the big screen with writers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci attached to produce this mammoth tale, and today Kurtzman lent some insight to fans as to what to expect.
In a new limited series from IDW that will serve as a prequel to his novel NOS4A2, Joe Hill will be taking readers on a dark plunge into the dizzying world of Wraith: Welcome to Christmasland, his first comic since the stunning conclusion of the award-winning masterpiece Locke & Key.
After being teased with a TV adaptation of the popular comic Locke & Key that failed to materialize beyond a pilot, word has now come that Universal has picked it up to develop as a feature film.
Joe Hill’s first foray into comics, Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft (review), was yet another indication of what a versatile writer Hill is and a great example of how an artist’s work can make a writer’s words come to life.