Scott Derrickson Expected To Return To Direct DOCTOR STRANGE 2 Once He's Done With A New LOCKE & KEY Adap

Scott Derrickson Expected To Return To Direct DOCTOR STRANGE 2 Once He's Done With A New LOCKE & KEY Adap

It sounds like Scott Derrickson has been confirmed to return to helm the sequel to Marvel's mega-successful Doctor Strange, once he's done adapting Joe Hill's Lock & Key comic series for Hulu.

As you're no doubt aware, a defunct pilot for Joe Hill's cult favorite IDW comic series, Lock & Key, already exists, but Deadline reports that Doctor Strange direcor Scott Derrickson is going to take another crack at the material.

The horror/drama tale is being adapted as a one-hour pilot for Hulu, with Carlton Cuse (Lost, Bates Motel, The Strain) on board as Showrunner. If the series is picked up, Derrickson is expected to stay on to helm multiple episodes.

Though we all pretty much expected he'd return after steering the first film to such massive success, the report also seems to confirm that Derrickson will indeed be back behind the camera for Marvel's Doctor Strange sequel once he's done with Lock & Key.

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