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Glass was written, co-produced and directed by Manoj Nelliyattu Shyamalan, better known professionally as M Night Shyamalan. The film is a sequel to Shyamalan’s Unbreakable in 2000 and Split in 2016. Together the films form a series of psychological superhero thrillers known as the Unbreakable series, also known as the Eastrail 177 trilogy. Who plays …

It’s too late to complain about sequels, spin-offs and superheroes taking over multiplexes. This spaceship has sailed. And I’m not saying sequels or superheroes are always a bad thing – just look at the stellar 2018 Black Panther hits, Infinity war and Creed 2. Damn, just in December, Aquaman, Bumblebee and Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse …

Samuel L. Jackson Film GlassGlass Film / Facebook After weeks of capturing fans’ attention with mysterious teasers and posters, writer-director M Night Shyamalan has finally released the first trailer for his upcoming horror thriller, Glass. Shyamalan unveiled the first gripping Glass trailer starring James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson, and Bruce Willis at ongoing San Diego …

The movie Split by M. Night ShyamalanFacebook / Split Writer-director M. Night Shyamalan, famous for bringing scary drama to the big screen, has unveiled the first teaser poster for his upcoming physiological thriller “Glass”, which he is confident will leave everyone in awe. With films like ‘The Sixth Sense’ and ‘The Village’, the 47-year-old director …

James McAvoy is pretty cute – we all loved him Atonement, and if you like that Scottish vibe with soft hair and beard, he’s a crush. Well now the internet is shaken because good … Turns out he’s busy with his next movie A glass, the third in a series after Unbreakable and To divide. …

You have to wonder – and it’s a word we use here with great reluctance – what Lewis Carroll would have thought. Alice has an agenda, the Mad Hatter has a family, and the Red Queen has a reason. However, these aren’t even the cruelest blows to a Carroll’s kid’s world with no limits in …

Sometimes an explosion of eye candy can hit the right spot, as was mostly the case in the 2010 Tim Burton blockbuster. Alice in Wonderland. But the magic is missing in this sequel, as is Burton, replaced in the director’s chair by James Bobin (Most Wanted Muppets). The most sought after here is the easy …