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Adam David Thompson Joins the Cast of M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’

Currently filming in Philadelphia, M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass is a sequel to Unbreakable and Split, and many fresh faces will be joining the familiar ones from both films.

Tracking Board reports today that Adam David Thompson (Netflix’s “Godless”) is the latest to join the already stacked cast. He’s nabbed an undisclosed role.

In the film, “Following the conclusion of SPLIT, GLASS finds David Dunn pursuing Kevin Wendell Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Elijah Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.”

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 “The Beast.” Sarah Paulson rounds out the main cast.

Unbreakable star Spencer Treat Clark is back as Joseph Dunn, the son of Bruce Willis’ heroic character, while co-star Charlayne Woodard will again play Elijah Price’s mother.

Jason Blum and Shyamalan produce alongside Ashwin Rajan and Marc Bienstock, and Steven Schneider.

Glass will arrive on January 18, 2019.



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COMMENTS

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  • Blood Boil

    Shyamalan just needs to stop, who keeps giving him money? And now this? I’d rather watch Lena Dunham eat a McRib sandwich with her ass. This person made Lady in the Water…never forget.

    • Daniel Anderson

      At least they’re relatively unique. They should put Lena Dunham eating a McRib with her ass throughout the credits.

    • Hayden Koutras

      Lady In The Water was awful. but keep in mind, this is also the person who made The Sixth Sense as well.

  • Marla

    Wonderful Another Shyamalan film. Let’s see if he can stay true to his craft: no plot (no cohesive story line, really), bad acting, boring and/or undeveloped characters, villains who make you laugh, superfluous camera angles, and a feeling you wasted your life watching his garbage.

    • Necro

      Yeah If you would’ve said this during his early days I would’ve respectfully disagreed, but in the last couple of years I’m really starting to form that opinion myself. Outside of ‘The Sixth Sense’ and ‘Signs’ I really can’t say to much.

      • Marla

        Signs was Shyamalan’s comedy film.

  • Necro

    Night’s last couple of films haven’t really been all that. ‘Split’ drug on which felt like forever and really the 3rd act is the films only saving grace. ‘The Visit’ had its creep factor for sure, but an annoying little kid who raps throughout the film? Really? So I don’t know what to make of this and how everything is going to tie together. I know this much I don’t get excited like I used to when I see Night’s name attached to films anymore.

  • James

    Believe it or not, the Happening is my favorite by him. Alas, I’ve only seen it once but I have it at 6.5/10 C+.

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