Director M. Night Shyamalan has started development on his upcoming film Glass, which will continue the stories he started with Unbreakable and Split. It’s pretty exciting to see that Shyamalan is actually able to make this happen! That twist ending at the end of Split when we saw Bruce Willis as David Dunn sitting in the coffee shop completely floored me! That was so freakin’ cool!
Earlier this year, director M. Night Shyamalan returned to theaters with his brand new film Split, which offered a different type of twist ending for fans, as a post-credit scene revealed the film takes place in the same universe as his 2000 feature film, Unbreakable. Now, Shyamalan has taken to Twitter to announce that his next project will be a film colliding the two films and will be titled Glass.
“Finished the new script,” the writer-director wrote online. “It’s taken 17 years but I can finally answer the #1 question I get, ‘Are you making a f#&@ing sequel to Unbreakable or what?’ My new film is the sequel to Unbreakable AND Split. It was always my dream to have both films collide in this third film.”
Star Wars fans are excited enough right now about the fact that the most recent Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens, was good and that there are more installments of the franchise on the way. Some fans may not realize just how many movies Disney is planning to make in the future, (hint: it’s A LOT!), and they are going to have to dig for ideas outside of the main characters at some point. It seems like if Samuel L. Jackson had his way, that might involve his Jedi character Mace Windu at some point. Many would quickly point out that Windu died in Revenge of the Sith. But Sam Jackson would say, you’re wrong. Continue reading
Because Nick Fury was a major player in last year’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier, many Marvel fans were surprised by the absence of Samuel L. Jackson’s name on the official Captain America: Civil War cast list. While promoting his new action adventure, Big Game, the Academy Award nominee revealed to IGN that he’s as surprised as anyone to be left out of the (admittedly still massive) Marvel ensemble. Continue reading
If there’s one M. Night Shyamalan movie I would kind of be excited about, it would be a sequel to his comic book inspired film, Unbreakable. I loved that movie, and I’m surprised that we still have yet to see a sequel. During an interview with Collider, the director was asked if he ever thinks about continuing the adventures of David Dunn (Bruce Willis), who becomes an unlikely superhero when he discovers that he’s virtually indestructible. This is what he said: Continue reading