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Cell (film)

Cell
current movie poster
Directed by Tod Williams
Produced by Michael Benaroya
Shara Kay
Richard Saperstein
Brian Witten
Xavier Gens
Screenplay by Stephen King
Adam Alleca
Based on Cell 
by Stephen King
Starring John Cusack
Samuel L. Jackson
Isabelle Fuhrman
Music by Marcel Zavros
Cinematography Michael Simmonds
Edited by Jacob Craycroft
Production
company
Benaroya Pictures
Cargo Entertainment
Distributed by Clarius Entertainment
Country United States
Language English

Cell is an upcoming American science fiction horror film directed by Tod Williams. The film, scripted by Stephen King and Adam Alleca, is based on King's 2006 novel of the same name. The film stars John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson and Isabelle Fuhrman. Cusack and Jackson also appeared in the film adaptation of King's short story 1408.

Contents

  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • Casting 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Plot

The story follows Clay Riddell, a New England artist. He is a witness to an ugly phenomenon: a mysterious signal broadcast over the global cell phone network turns the majority of his fellow humans into mindless vicious animals. Now he and a few survivors must find and stop 'the pulse' and the person controlling it and reunite with his young son before it's too late.

Cast

Casting

John Cusack was the first actor announced to have joined the film in October 2012.[1] Samuel L. Jackson was cast as Tom McCourt in November 2013.[2] Isabelle Fuhrman was announced as Alice on February 5 2014.[3] The next day Stacy Keach was cast in an unnamed role of a headmaster.[4]

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External links

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