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M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ Begins Filming Next Month

M. Night Shyamalan recently announced that “American Horror Story’s” Sarah Paulson has joined the cast of Glass, his Unbreakable sequel that will spin off from his surprise hit Split.

Unbreakable‘s antagonist Samuel L. Jackson returns as Elijah Price/Mr. Glass, while Bruce Willis reprises his role as the film’s hero, David Dunn.

Anya Taylor-Joy, who escaped Split, also stars with James McAvoy returning as Kevin Wendell Crumb, Patricia, Dennis, Hedwig, Barry, Jade, Orwell, The Beast, Heinrich, and Norma.

With Universal planning to release Glass in theaters on January 18, 2019, Jackson revealed to Collider that filming is set to begin next month: “We start rehearsal on [September] 18th and I start shooting on the 25th.

In the 2000 Unbreakable, Willis’ character learns he’s a superhero with superhuman strength, while Jackson becomes his adversary, Mr. Glass. In Split, McAvoy’s multiple personalities include a monster, who is now on the loose in this newly invented Shyamalan universe. Glass will bring all of these characters together.



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  • ShadowInc

    I’m looking forward to this.

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      • Ocelot006 .

        Do you have HD quality of Brad’s mother molesting him while using terrible puns? It can be in German. I don’t care.

  • Ocelot006 .

    Holy fuck it’s actually happening!!! It’s happening!!!!! It’s real!!!!! It will be filming!!!! Jizz!!!!

    • Munchie

      Tissue!!!

  • Khy

    2019? Eek, Why not at least fall 2018?
    I loved Split

    • alphazoom II

      Too far away to get excited…. I agree… 2018 would be better. 3 Months or less to shoot… why so long to release?

  • Michael Blackney

    Sarah Paulson? Awesome! I wonder if Anya Taylor-Joy’s Casey is becoming a superhero in her own right in this.

  • “In the 2000 Unbreakable, Willis’ character learns he’s a superhero with superhuman strength, while Jackson becomes his adversary that’s quite literally made of glass.”

    You don’t know what literally means.

    • gabriel

      You’re not that good at trolling. Keep working on that

  • Barry El Beardo

    SPOILER ALERT!!!
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    If you get molested when you’re a child, you will not be murdered. Eye roll

    • Arjay King

      That’s not the Beast’s philosophy and you know it. It’s abuse/neglect/trauma of any kind. Those who have been broken and scarred, who have known pain beyond the mundane everyday life problems. Trust me, it was a little triggering for me because I’m a CSA survivor but I’m not going to project my experience onto a fictional movie.

      • Barry El Beardo

        I completely agree with what you say, I just don’t think the film handled it very well.

        • Arjay King

          There’s no good way to handle such a subject because it happens differently for each victim. And that part of the story was Casey’s. The Beast doesn’t know her story. He saw her scars and left her alone because it fits his beliefs of her being broken. So the question becomes, if Casey was solely her uncle’s personal ashtray and cutting board, would that alone give her the fire she needed to survive? Or did she have to have that further, more violent abuse to give her the strength to fight back?

          • Barry El Beardo

            I guess we’ll never know, like you say each person is different.
            I just didn’t like the way it was edited together (that scene where he realises how ‘damaged’ she is). But I do think it could’ve come across better.

    • joeybot

      Ha ha, you idiot.

  • Mightygil

    I’m very hesitant about this one, but hopefully it turns out the be great

  • gabriel

    The Beast Inside!

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