Didn’t your parents warn you that your cell was turning you into a zombie? In Cell we’ll get an idea of what that would look like
A new trailer for the adaptation of Stephen King’s Cell is out now. The new movie has a screenplay written by the master of horror himself along with Adam Alleca, who also co-wrote the script for the 2009 horror remake The Last House On The Left. The director is Tod Williams, who previously directed Paranormal Activity 2, which means we’ve certainly got a good horror-loving crew.
When we turn to the cast, it’s like a little Stephen King adaptation reunion as Samuel L. Jackson and John Cusack star. Just like they did almost ten years ago back in 2007 with the movie 1408, which was based on a short story by Stephen King. Another very interesting name is Isabelle Fuhrman, who we came to know in 2009, when she played the title role in the horror movie Orphan by director Jaume Collet-Serra (who will be out with the shark horror movie The Shallows this summer).
But back to the movie of the hour Cell which will be out on VOD June 10 and in limited release in US theaters on July 8, 2016.
And now the real reason you’re here; the trailer for Cell, which can be seen right here:
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