Netflix reveals the official Locke & Key season 2 trailer teasing Dodge’s dangerous new plan and its ties to the American War of Independence.
Netflix unveils the official trailer for Lock & Key Season 2 teases Dodge’s dangerous new plan and its connection to the American Revolutionary War. The series is based on the graphic novels of the same name by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez in which the titular family moves to the childhood home of their murdered patriarch, where they discover a collection of keys conferring an array of powers and abilities that put them in the path of a demonic entity. The cast of the series includes Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Petrice Jones, Laysla De Oliveira, Griffin Gluck, Bill Heck and Aaron Ashmore.
Lock & Key became an infamous property in Hollywood as many attempts at adapting graphic novels were made, including a film trilogy and TV pilots at Fox and Hulu. The series would eventually find its place at Netflix, where it debuted with generally positive reviews from critics and audiences in early 2020 and was renewed for Season 2 a month after its premiere. In the wake of the start of production of season 2 of the series, Netflix would also resume Lock & Key for Season 3, which was slated to wrap up production in September this year.
With just two weeks until the return of the series, Netflix unveiled the official trailer for Lock & Key Season 2. The video offers a more in-depth look at the next phase of Dodge’s evil plan as well as a clue to the Omega Gate’s links to the American Revolutionary War. Check out the exciting trailer below:
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Much like the first trailer for Lock & Key season 2 released last month, the new horror series video teases the creation of a new key to the lineup introduced in season 1. Although the new key has yet to be named, its appearance is similar to that of the Grindhouse / Biety Key from Hill and Rodriguez’s graphic novels, where she could turn any door into a giant mouth that eats someone, a perfect weapon for a demon seeking world domination. More interestingly revealed in the new Season 2 trailer is the appearance of Kevin Durand as what appears to be a British soldier from the American Revolutionary War.
The story of Keyhouse in Lock & Key dates back to the American Revolution in the comics, an element Hill teased would be explored further in the first arc of a new series of captioned graphic novels. Key to world war. Interestingly, Hill announced these comics ahead of the Season 1 debut on Netflix but have yet to be released, creating a possibility that the series will explore the larger myth with help from Hill in addition to directly adapting. the original six-volume graphic novel series. . Only time will tell when Lock & Key the season arrives on Netflix on October 22.
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