Cell (2016)

Director: Tod Williams

Writer(s): Stephen King (novel & screenplay), Adam Alleca

Starring: John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson, Isabelle Fuhrman, Clark Sarullo, Ethan Andrew Casto, Owen Teague, Stacy Keach, Joshua Mikel, Anthony Reynolds, Erin Elizabeth Burns, Jeff Hallman, Mark Ashworth, Wilbur Fitzgerald, Catherine Dyer, E. Roger Mitchell, Alex ter Avest, Gaby Leyner, Rey Hernandez, Frederick C. Johnson Jr., Michael Beasley, Tom Key, Angela Davis, Griffin Freeman, Lloyd Kaufman, Brian Boland, Mandi Christine Kerr, Alexis Humphrey, Karl McIntosh Cobos, Usher Lawrence, John Ross, Cal Johnson, Gerard G. Williams, Tony McFarr, Philip Dido, Ashley Rae Trisler, Clayton Thompson, Todd Rogers Terry, Elizabeth Davidovich, Jessica Merideth, Eric Benson, Crystal Hooks, Jason Kehler, Bayland Rippenkroeger, Mark Hicks, Scott Dale, Andy Rusk, J.T. Holt, Jay Pearson, Anderson Martin, Johnny Cooper, Carl Kyle F., Bill Humphries, David Paul Lord, Jeff Milburn, Taylor Towery, Troy Faruk, Alan D’Antoni, T. Ryan Mooney, Cody Robinson, Christopher Padilla, Reggie Jackson, Tristan Boswell, Shellita Boxie, Maya Santandrea, Marcelle Coletti, Danya Bateman, Becky Decker, Diane Towery, Jennifer Badger, Jwaundace Candece, Dawson Towery, Greg Tresan, Jaye Tyroff, Remington Steele, Amy Lynn Tuttle, Stephen Conroy, Tammie Baird, Scott Loeser, Damita Jane Howard, Jasmine Ahnie, Vincent Anthony, Christopher Bower, Winthorpe Burke, Charles Casey, Marshall Choka, Joseph Cintron, Chuck Clark, Anthony Collins, Elizabeth Cooper, Alex Lee Corbit, George Dawe, Francis Dobrisky, Kendall Dorman, Brent Duffey, Abbey Ferrell, Ty Glascoe, Rory Healy, Quanteus Johnson, Emily E. Kelly, Noah Hudson Killingbeck, Leslie Kimbell, King, Celeste Lezcano, Nicholas Martin, Andrew S. McMillan, Matt Metzger, Benjamin Meyers, Darone Okolie, Dustin Pitan, Christopher L. Plunkett, Brian A. Prince, Antjuan Rhames, Shaker Sangam, Brittany Savoie, Ivy Smith, Terrence V. Walker, Kathy Walton, Steve Warren, Wenzell Washington, Amy Westmoreland, Aja Wooldridge

Synopsis: When a mysterious cell phone signal causes apocalyptic chaos, an artist is determined to reunite with his young son in New England.

Release Date: June 10, 2016 (USA) | Length: 98 min | Genre: Action, Drama, Horror, Zombies | MPAA Rating: Rated R for disturbing violent content, terror, brief sexuality and language.

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