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The Black Phone is expected to earn an additional $14.6 million at the US box office

The Black Phone

The Black Phone is a movie released this year, and it managed to secure an estimated additional $14.6 million at the box office in 18 days of release in the U.S.

Based on a script co-written by Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network producer Scott Rudin, and award-winning director David Fincher, this film tells the story of phone hacking and its impact on journalism, media, and politics in recent history.

The Black Phone is a movie that has received positive reviews. On Rotten Tomatoes, it has an 84% approval rating among critics, with the consensus: “With its excellent performances and David Fincher’s atmospheric direction, The Social Network delivers a gripping dramatization of the early days of the titular social networking site.” Metacritic, has a score of 79 out of 100 from 36 reviews, indicating “generally favorable reviews.

Introduction to The Black Phone

The Black Phone is a device created to provide more privacy than other smartphones that are commercially available. It claims to be able to protect data, messages, and calls from eavesdroppers without compromising the user experience.


The Black Phone is a project by Swiss company Silent Circle. They have partnered with hardware manufacturer Geeksphone to make the phone possible, which has also helped design devices such as the first iPhone and Google’s Nexus One.

The Black Phone will be using Android, the Google-developed mobile operating system which is available on a variety of smartphones.

Many have speculated as to why Silent Circle would make such a phone when they make their money by selling what they claim to be more secure communications products. They responded by saying that this move was “about giving people a choice.

Name of the characters in The Black Phone

Here are the celebrity’s names mentioned below:


Ethan Hawke as The Grabber
Brady Hepner as Vance Hopper
Ray Strachan as Harrison
Mason Thames as Finney Blake
Ron Blake as EMT
Hailey Nicole Ralston as Fight Kid
Banks Repeta as Griffin
Madeleine McGraw as Gwen Blake
James Ransone as Max
Gina Jun as Bruce’s Mother
Troy Rudeseal as Detective Miller
J. Gaven Wilde as Moose

The storyline of The Black Phone

On the night of Jun 3rd, 1995, 9-year-old Danny’s dad takes him an old truck he found up in the attic and they set out to find a black phone. With any luck, they’ll find one and then they’ll be rich. And so begins a hunt for the perfect item that never ends – until one day Danny realizes that he’s been following this same routine since he was three years old.

The Black Phone is a story of boyhood in the heart of our digital age. It is also the story of a father-son relationship and, ultimately, (the book ends there), a family story.

This is a book about technology; about the things we take for granted: the radio, the telephone, the computer. It is a book that begins before the Internet and ends before the iPhone. It is about a boy who loved the smell of old trucks, about his search for something to grow up with – for love, for money, for something – anything – to call his own.


The Black Phone is an intergenerational tale (and not just because it combines an older father and a younger son) of how our childhoods became so much more complicated than we can even begin to imagine.

In New Art, Black Phone Crosses Over With Hawke’s Scariest Horror Movie

What do you get when you mix a Black Phone and Hawke’s Scariest Horror Movie? The Black Phone Crosses Over With Hawke’s Scariest Horror Movie In New Art! You can pick up this exclusive artwork at the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con. If you missed out on the Kickstarter, here’s your chance to snag one of these limited edition pieces of art. The Black Phone will be available at the official Hawke’s Scariest Horror Movie Store at the convention.

This limited edition collectible features the unique artwork of a Black Phone cross-over with Hawke’s Scariest Horror Movie. This piece of fine art is signed and numbered and comes in a protective sleeve. The original artwork for this piece was created by Ian Topping (Hawke’s Scariest Horror Movie), with additional design by Viti Nobilo (Hawke’s Scariest Horror Movie).

So, what do you think about The Black Phone?


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