Yes, we know Halle Berry looks nothing like Lily Tomlin's Ernestine, but whenever we see her manning the phones, that's the first thing we think of. To wipe away that image, here's the second TV spot for Berry's upcoming The Call.
Even though we have already seen TV spots and the trailer for The Call, we have been wondering just where the hell the poster has been. Well, wonder no more. We have it for you right here. Dig it!
The first TV spot for the upcoming Halle Berry vehicle The Call (formerly The Hive) has arrived, and we can't help but wonder whatever happened to the service known as Caller ID? We're sure it will come into play somehow, right?
The Call Set Visit Report - Part Three: WWE Superstar David Otunga on Researching His Role, Playing a Good Guy, and More
We're back with the third and final installment in our set visit report series for The Call, which we visited last August. Up next is cast member and WWE Superstar David Otunga.
As promised yesterday, we're back with Part Two of our report from our Westlake, CA, set visit for The Call. Up next is film star Michael Eklund, who dished on the suspense thriller, his approach to playing the film’s antagonist, and more. Read on!
The Call Set Visit Report - Part One: Writer Richard D'Ovidio on His Inspiration, Research, and More!
In August of 2012 we hit the set of the then-shooting Sony TriStar flick The Hive, now titled The Call, in Westlake, CA, to chat with the film’s writer, Richard D’Ovidio. Read on for the skinny on the suspense flick, which releases theatrically March 15.
Finally a trailer and a bit of teaser artwork have arrived for the upcoming Halle Berry vehicle The Call (formerly The Hive), and you can check out this first good look at Brad Anderson's new flick right here.
The good folks over at Sony TriStar have supplied us with the first still from their upcoming Halle Berry vehicle The Call (formerly The Hive), and you can check out this first sliver of eye candy from Brad Anderson's new flick right here.
Hot on the heels of Carrie being moved to October, we noticed via Box Office Mojo that another horror film has been slid into its place. Something called The Call, which actually turns out to be a renamed The Hive from director Brad Anderson.