If you’ve been following Halle Berry‘s career, then you know her new sci-fi series on CBS, Extant, is a natural progression from her work in Cloud Atlas. You’ll also know that Ms. Berry is no stranger to playing roles in thrillers. Lakeshore Records released the soundtrack to The Call, a film scored by John Debney (Walk of Shame, Draft Day) and stars Berry in a riveting role of a 911-dispatcher who decides to face her fears and go above and beyond her call of duty in order to save a young girl, played by Abigail Breslin (Perfect Sisters, Little Miss Sunshine). The bone-chilling score doesn’t let you lose that sense of uneasiness until the end.
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“The series, as we’ve known so far, will center on a female astronaut trying to reconnect with her family, when she returns home after a year on a solo mission in space; her arrival back on earth comes with the realization that she’s carrying what is likely an alien baby (or something).” (Read the full story at the Indie Wire blog).
Before Halle Berry and Hugh Jackman played mutants in X-Men: Days of Future Past, they played ordinary citizens in extraordinary situations. Halle Berry stars as Jordan Turner in The Call, about a 911 operator who goes beyond the call to save a girl (Perfect Sisters‘ Abigail Breslin) who is abducted by a serial killer. Hugh Jackman plays Boyd Bolton, a used car salesman in Butter, a satire centered around the power struggle behind an annual butter carving competition in Iowa. The soundtracks for these two movie selections are solid picks: the Butter soundtrack is scored by Grammy-winning Composer Mateo Messina (Juno), and The Call soundtrack is scored by Academy Award-nominated Composer John Debney (Walk of Shame, Draft Day).
Download The Album! The Call (Original Motion Picture Score) – John Debney: iTunes | Buy CD