We told you a few weeks ago that Brad Anderson's Halle Berry-starring thriller The Call is on its way to Blu-ray this summer, and now we have the artwork and specs ready to help you decide whether or not this is one call you want to answer.
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I think it would be safe to say that the Halle Berry thriller The Call was something of a surprise box office hit, albeit a minor one. If you didn’t heed the call of Brad Anderson’s latest you won’t have to wait that long to accept the charges.
If Open Road was thinking it had the next Twilight on its hands with The Host, also written by Stephenie Meyer, it had better think again. The film had a disappointing $11 million, 6th place debut, a sure sign that it's not the next hot young adult franchise everyone is scrambling to find.
One of the year's biggest surprises so far is that Brad Anderson's The Call proved Halle Berry still has what it takes to attract a crowd as the film ended up in the number two spot at the box office.
So the question beckons... should you answer The Call this weekend or just put it on hold until the eventual Blu-ray and DVD? Read on for our verdict on the latest horror outing from horror maven Brad Anderson.
With The Call getting set to arrive in theatres, we've gotten our claws into several more behind-the-scenes videos for you cats to dig on. Check 'em out and look for our review of the flick later in the day.
We're just a day away from the release of Brad Anderson's The Call, and Sony has delivered a new featurette that goes behind the scenes a bit and also shows off some new footage from the film. Dig it!
With director Brad Anderson’s thriller The Call opening wide on March 15th, we sat down with the director and stars Halle Berry, Morris Chestnut, and Abigail Breslin to discuss the film this past Saturday at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA. Read on for more!
A new international one-sheet for The Call has arrived, and while it's similar to the U.S. version, it's definitely a horse of a different color. Check it out right here, and look for the flick in theatres soon.
Man, talk about bringing it down to the wire! The MPAA has finally weighed in with a verdict for the upcoming flick The Call. It has been rated “R” for violence, disturbing content, and some language. Hooray!
A second trailer for Brad Anderson's The Call has arrived via Sony Pictures, and we have it for you right here riddled with kidnapping hijinx, flaming gas station attendants, and the forever hot Halle Berry.
The March 15th premiere date of The Call is drawing ever closer, and to make sure you're keeping it on your radar, Sony Pictures has released a new TV spot for the film.