This film adaptation, based on the Stephen King novel, stars John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson.
In the immortal words of the Internet's best Black Mirror parody: "What if phones, but too much?" That's the basic premise of Cell, an apocalyptic horror movie in which people turn into zombies because they can't stop playing Candy Crush, or something. Show More Summary
"If we're gunna survive, people are gunna die." Saban Films has released an official trailer for a film called Cell, starring John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson. This is an adaptation of the best-selling Stephen King novel of the same name, about an electronic signal sent to people's cell phones that turns them into "rabid killers". Show More Summary
Actors Samuel L. Jackson (1408) and John Cusack re-team for another Stephen King written film endeavour - Cell. Published as an apocalyptic novel in 2006, Cell has been completed by director Tod Williams (Paranormal Activity 2) and many others. Show More Summary
John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson star in this twist on the usual zombie apocalypse survival story. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Nobody loves Stephen King more than me... Well, that's probably not true. I'm sure his kids love him more than I do, but you know what I mean. Show More Summary
Everyone has been so focused on the currently filming adaptation of The Dark Tower, the upcoming adaptation of It, and the ever-in-development big screen version of The Stand that we completely forgot that another Stephen King adaptation...Show More Summary
Power trio Stephen King, John Cusack, and Samuel L. Jackson—who previously worked on 1408 together—reunited for Cell, an adaptation of King’s apocalyptic tale about a sinister cell phone signal that turns the afflicted into kill-crazy zombies. Tod Williams (Paranormal Activity 2) directs. Read more...
John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson star in an adaptation of Stephen King's Cell, which turns a nation of cell phone users into violent zombies.
The "1408" stars reunite for the big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's 2006 apocalyptic horror novel.
The long-awaited adaptation of the 2006 novel hits theaters this July.
But as Harriet Tubman arrives, "It's gonna get awkward in your wallet when she runs into Washington and Jefferson"
The Jackson Symphony Orchestra in Florida has named a successor to its long-serving music director, Stephen Osmnod, who’s stepping down after almost four decades in the job. The new guy is Matthew Aubin, a consultant to Amazon’s proto-Dudamel TV series.
Drake, Chris Brown, and Travis Scott make room... former NBA player Stephen Jackson's got a hankering for some Rihanna... promising to get "real aggressive" if he ever runs into the pop star. Jackson was at LAX when we asked him if he ever got…
What a horrible day for Los Angeles Lakers guard D’Angelo Russell who has been the #1 trending topic on Twitter for hours now. Not because he did something amazing, but because he stabbed a teammate in the back by recording him while talking about cheating on his girlfriend. Former NBA player Stephen Jackson weighed in […]
Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson received a minimal sentence of a $1,000 fine Friday after being found guilty of simple battery in Washington, D.C., earlier in March. Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star reported theShow More Summary
Nathan Parsons, Jackson Rathbone and Lesley-Anne Down have joined the cast of Justice, an indie Western starring Jamie Lynn Sigler and Stephen Lang. Set in 1868, it centers on an old abandoned mine that is being transformed into a military stronghold by a corrupt mayor and a band of outlaws hellbent on re-energizing the just-ended Civil War. Show More Summary
Notre Dame junior Demetrius Jackson threw down a vicious dunk in the second half against Stephen F. Austin it the NCAA tournament.
Weeks after New York Knicks president Phil Jackson drew a comparison between reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry and former journeyman point guard Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, the Golden State Warriors point guard addressed the Zen Master's observation...Show More Summary
"I don't see [Steph Curry] being one of the Top 5 best ever" -- Stephen Jackson. So, we were talking basketball with the ex-NBA star in L.A. when he dropped some real talk about how Steph and LeBron James will be remembered after their NBA…