Audible is taking one of the best comics in recent years has turned it into a dramatic audio presentation: Locke and Key. The production is a stunning adaptation and it proves that Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s horrifying graphic novel series is just as terrifying off the pages. Best of all? It’ll be a free…
Three space travelers arrive at the long abandoned planet Earth only to discover the entire planet turned to gold. Then they discover the corpse of King Midas, whose powers remain. It's a bizarre tale only Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics and the amazing Adventure Time comics could do! Or would, probably!
Mark Romanek's TV translation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's fantastic comic Locke & Key died before it could ever air. Which is a shame, because the pilot was bloody beautiful. But it sounds like the comic may resurrect in a different form: as a movie.
Earlier last week, rumors were circulating that the cancelled TV series based off Joe Hill's Locke & Key comics, would be resurrected as a movie Trilogy. Today Bob Orci (producer behind that comic adaptation) seems to be confirming via his Twitter account that said trilogy WILL be happening. Hell yeah!
Still depressed that the Locke & Key TV show was passed over by both Fox and Syfy? Have faith, there's still hope.
You may never see the brilliant TV adaptation of Joe Hill's supernatural comic book Locke & Key (as Fox dropped series before giving it a chance). But you can watch the trailer for the pilot right now.
We were at the special Comic-Con screening of Locke & Key, an attempted TV adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's acclaimed horror fantasy comic. We can officially add this to the list of brilliant pilots that never got series.
Only a few more precious weeks until San Diego Comic-Con! And even though Batman and Superman are skipping out this year, there's still plenty to be excited about.
With the broadcast networks' upfront presentations right around the corner, TV studios everywhere are scrambling to pitch shows for Fall 2011. But which shows will make it past the pilot stage? Rumor has it some promising shows are in danger.
Ready for 2011's new crop of TV shows? Get a sneak peek at J.J. Abrams' time-bending mystery show Alcatraz, the comic book adaptation of Joe Hill's Locke & Key, and see the doll that gives Wonder Woman breast envy.
Mark Romanek is joining the ranks of movie-makers turned TV directors. Rumor has it Romanek will be joining the list of impressive names working on Locke & Key including Sarah Connor Chronicles' Josh Friedman, Steven Spielberg, and Kurtzman and Orci.
Steven Spielberg, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are gearing up to make a television series from spooky supernatural comic Locke & Key, written by Joe Hill. And they've hired Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles' Josh Friedman to run the show.
We called it one of the five comics you should be reading on Saturday, and here's another chance to get started; Locke & Key's third series begins this week, and here's an exclusive preview of the first issue.
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