Scott Derrickson Integrated Some Of His Upbringing In The Black Phone

Ethan Hawke as ‘The Grabber” in The Black Phone

Filmmaker Scott Derrickson returns to his hit horror genre as a director with The Black Phone. A film based on the short story written by Joe Hill

The Synopsis 

Finney Shaw (Mason Thames, “Evel”), a shy but clever 13-year-old boy, is abducted by a sadistic killer and trapped in a soundproof basement where screaming is of little use. When a disconnected phone on the wall begins to ring, Finney discovers that he can hear the voices of the killer’s previous victims. And they are dead set on making sure that what happened to them doesn’t happen to Finney.

Madeleine McGraw as “Gwen” and Mason Thames as “Finney” in The Black Phone

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Scott Derrickson is known for his art in horror films. The writer, director and producer started with the short film Love in the Ruins. The Exorcism of Emily Rose gave him recognition, winning several awards. He is known for projects like Sinister, Deliver Us from Evil and Doctor Strange.

Director Scott Derrickson on the set of The Black Phone.

I was a part of the round table with Scott Derrickson to talk about The Black Phone. He opened up about how personal this film is to his growing up environment. As well as some differences from the short film to this full length feature, working with kids in scenes that can be demanding. Derrickson also speaks about a particular scene he was asked to remove, but he kept. In addition to clarifying a false headline to why he left Doctor Strange and more!

The Black Phone is available in theaters June 24, 2022

Source: Universal Pictures

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Nancy Tapia has been an interviewer for LRM and Latino-Review Media since 2011. Currently a member of the Hollywood Critics Association. Former UCLA Bruin specializes in Management. Covering entertainment has been an unexpected lively journey. Always open to the next, new experience. From solo traveling to adding a new peak to her personal 100 Hike Challenge. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @inancytapia

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