The Vulture section of New York Magazine recently reported that the successful comic book series Locke and Key, published by IDW, may not make it's way to the big screen- but the small screen! According to the recent report, director/producer Steven Spielberg and Fringe's Kurtzman/Orci have plans to adapt Locke and Key to television with a little help from The Sarah Connor Chronicles writer/executive producer Josh Friedman. The rights to a Locke and Key movie and TV adaptation were purchased back in 2008 by Dimension, and now it seems that the series may finally get off the ground. Backed by 20th Century Fox TV and co-produced by Dreamworks TV, it will be written and produced by Josh Friedman.
If you haven't read Locke and Key and you are a fan of the horror comic genre, then this is absolutely one series that you should be reading! The comic centers around three kids who discover that the New England Mansion which they live has mystical properties. Different doors within the home have the ability to transport them to mystical places and bestow upon them magical powers. IDW has made a very cool trailer that could very well be the key (get it?) to get you to pick up this series! Check it out below and let us know what you think! Have you read Locke and Key? Do you enjoy the series? Are you looking forward to a possible television adaptation?
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