The director of the first Doctor Strange movie will helm the next adventure of the Sorcerer Supreme
Supernatural thrillers about demonic possession and exorcisms have become all the rage in recent years and no one knows that better than filmmaker Scott Derrickson and his writing partner Paul Boardman, whose early feature film The Exorcism of Emily Rose may have helped to start the wave. Now, they’re back in familiar territory with Deliver Us from Evil? – another horror film based on true events, this one about a case of the supernatural that disrupts the rarely mundane world of a Bronx detective.
MGM is moving forward with its own film based on a classic anthology television show: The Outer Limits.
THR says that Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill are going to team up for a feature film based on the episode “Demon With a Glass Hand,” which was scripted by Harlan Ellison and starred Robert Culp.
Marvel Studios has found its Doctor Strange director! Sinister and The Exorcism of Emily Rose helmer Scott Derrickson will take on the master of the mystic arts.
“[Doctor Strange] checks the box off this criteria that I have,” Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige told SuperHeroHype recently about the long-gestating feature. “He
We always knew hell was in the Bronx.
On the night of July 12, 2013, we took it upon ourselves to visit the set of supernatural police procedural Deliver Us From Evil (at the time titled Beware the Night) as it lensed in arguably New York’s most unappreciated borough. Directed by horror favorite Scott Derrickson (The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Sinister) and starring our favorite ex-Hulk Eric Bana, the film is taken from the files of real-life cop-turned-demonologist Ralph Sarchie.