Scott Derrickson was born on July 16,1966 and is an American filmmaker.
15 Facts About Scott Derrickson
Scott Derrickson is best known for directing the films The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Sinister, Doctor Strange and The Black Phone.
Scott Derrickson completed his graduate studies at USC School of Cinema-Television.
Per his own Instagram, Scott Derrickson is married to Maggie Levin and has two children.
That same year, Scott Derrickson wrote Land of Plenty for director Wim Wenders, an independent drama starring Michelle Williams.
Scott Derrickson next directed a remake of The Day the Earth Stood Still, starring Keanu Reeves and Jennifer Connelly, written by David Scarpa.
Scott Derrickson co-wrote but did not direct the second film of Sinister series.
Scott Derrickson next directed the film Doctor Strange, based on the Marvel Comics property and part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In January 2020, Scott Derrickson announced that he had stepped away from directing duties as a result of unspecified creative differences, after which Sam Raimi took over.
Scott Derrickson remained involved with the film as an executive producer.
In March 2020, it was announced that Scott Derrickson had been hired to write and direct Skydance Media's Bermuda Triangle action-adventure, Bermuda, starring Chris Evans.
In May 2020, Scott Derrickson was announced as the director of a sequel to Jim Henson's 1986 film Labyrinth.
In 2021, Derrickson directed the adaptation of Joe Hill's short story The Black Phone, from a script by Derrickson and C Robert Cargill.
Scott Derrickson said that it was a way for him to explore "the traumatic nature of my own childhood".
In March 2022, Scott Derrickson was set to direct The Gorge for Skydance.