New pics of Halle Berry's "The Call"

Greg Gayne/Sony PicturesJordan Turner (Halle Berry) in TriStar Pictures thriller "THE CALL."
Greg Gayne/Sony Pictures
Jordan Turner (Halle Berry) in TriStar Pictures thriller “THE CALL.”

Here’s a few new pics from Halle Berry’s new thriller, “The Call.”

Greg Gayne/Sony PicturesOfficer Phillips (Morris Chestnut) and Officer Devans (David Otunga) in TriStar Pictures thriller "THE CALL."
Greg Gayne/Sony Pictures
Officer Phillips (Morris Chestnut) and Officer Devans (David Otunga) in TriStar Pictures thriller “THE CALL.”

When veteran 911 operator, Jordan (Halle Berry), takes a life-altering call from a teenage girl (Abigail Breslin) who has just been abducted, she realizes that she must confront a killer from her past in order to save the girl’s life.

The Call is rated R by the MPAA for the following reasons: violence, disturbing content and some language.

Abigail Breslin, Morris Chestnut and WWE Superstar David Otunga co-star in this Brad Anderson (“Fringe”)-directed film.

“The Call” comes to theaters March 15.

  • Frank Charles Dodson

    Halle Berry is an electrifying artiste to be certain, what continually troubles me is that she has fallen short of her true potential as an actor largely because of her unusual beauty. Her physical beauty has certainly for two decades been both responsible for her enourmous success, and simultaneously dominated her practical approach to her work as an actress. I have had a glimpse at her power as an actor in ‘Introducing Dorothy Dandridge’, and it has never resurfaced again. Her early work with the no nonsense Spike Lee in ‘Jungle Fever’, ‘Losing Isaiah’, ‘The Rich Man’s Wife’, and the made for television ‘Queen’ eluded to an actor who would continually amaze us in future productions, yet it wasn’t to be. ‘Monsters Ball’ for which she won the Academy Award is perhaps the most disappointing of all of her films, for reasons I dare not even raise, except to say ,Well Well!
    So many ardent movie fans are truly waiting for her to show something other skin, and I am referring to true thespian ability. Maybe once her looks have fallen away, she’ll finally deliver the goods. I’m betting that she will. Perhaps some will offer her a good straight role on Broadway. If Julia Roberts and Vanessa Williams can do it I’m sure she can. I hope she actually reads this, she needs a momemt of truth. Frank Charles Dodson, Author of ‘Wednesday’s Child’ Xlibris Publishers.

    Frank Charles Dodson,
    Author of ‘Wednesday’s Child’
    Xlibris Publishers.

    Frank Charles Dodson,
    Author of ‘Wednesday’s Child’
    Xlibris Punlishers.

  • Hey Frank
    Thanks for the thoughts. Did you see her in “Things We Lost in the Fire?” It was fairly underrated and she was very solid in that role.

    What will enhance her roles (I’m hoping) is when she gets away from the action films like X-Men and Die Another Day and stick to more dramatic roles like that. Hope to hear from you again soon!