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Isabelle Fuhrman (The Hunger Games) and Stacy Keach (Nebraska) have joined a cast which includes John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson on the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s apocolayptic sci-fi novel ‘Cell.’  Cusack’s Clay Riddell and Jackson’s Tom McCourt embark on a journey to safety after a mysterious pulse spreads like a virus through the human population.  Fuhrman plays Clay’s teenage neighbor, Alice who will join them on their quest while Keach will play the headmaster of a prep school where the survivors stop along the way.  Adapted for the big screen by Stephen King, the production of ‘Cell’ has already begun in Atlanta with Benaroya Pictures financing and Tod Williams directing, most likely set for release next year.  Source – Variety

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