According To M. Night Shyamalan, ‘Glass’ Will Include Unused Footage From ‘Unbreakable’| Latest News!


M. Night Shyamalan is prepping the release of a sequel to at least two of his previous features. Glass will complete what began in Unbreakable.

What could make a film that has already achieved popularity even greater among the general public? The sequel to John Wick 2 is quickly approaching, and fans are already anticipating its release on January 18. It is the third film in M.

Night Shyamalan’s superhero trilogy, which began with the 2000’s Bruce Willis starring thriller The Sixth Sense and continued with 2017’s Split.

In order to connect Unbreakable to Glass, Shyamalan utilized previously unseen material from deleted sequences from the first film in the franchise.

Entertainment Weekly published an interview with M Night Shyamalan, in which he confirms the release date of “Glass,” as well as other information on his new science fiction thriller. When asked about the film’s setting, he responded that it takes place in 2019.

One of the most popular posts on Glass was an interview with Will Smith.

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In an interview with Fandango, Shyamalan revealed that the film will include previously unseen material from Unbreakable. The two finally met in Las Vegas, where Gyllenhaal’s character revealed that he was actually A Mother who suffered a devastating tragedy.

He added that his real mother may be seen in this season of the show through the relationship between Willis’ David Dunn and his son Joseph, played by Spencer Treat Clark.

He remarked, “We used Joseph and his son, played by Spencer, in the same role. Spencer is now 30-years-old. It was also great to see the same individual again. ‘There’s so much more to this film than what you’ve seen on the screen, and I’m curious to see how fans will react,’ he continued. ‘You’ll get an opportunity to witness some of the original Unbreakable that you didn’t get a chance to see before, as well as … You’ll see the same actor change.

Tickets are now on sale for M. Night Shyamalan’s GlassMovie at Fandango! For my first chat of the year, I got together with Night, Sam Jackson, and James McAvoy to discuss the film’s first major release.

The film’s home video release included several deleted scenes, although most of them were backstory and little character developments. One of the deleted scenes included Elijah, Samuel L. Jackson’s character as a seven-year-old, according to one source.

Elijah suffers from Type I osteogenesis imperfecta, a disease that causes brittle bones and makes them prone to breakage. Elijah was seen going on an amusement park ride, which he covered his body with stuffed animals for fun.

Although he was cradling a stuffed animal, the child fractured his bones when it failed to provide any protection. There are additional sequences of David Dunn’s character testing his super-strength, as well as some with him and his son, played by Spencer Treat Clark. Clark Kent appears in Glass.

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It’s also worth noting that when Shyamalan mentioned using material we “didn’t get to see,” he may have been talking about the material in Glass, which may not be a previously released deleted scene after all.

Maybe they’re the deleted scenes from ‘Unbreakable’ that didn’t make it into the special features section on the home video release. However, it’s just speculation for now, and we won’t know how much of it is real until the film debuts next week.

Glass is set 15 or 16 years after the conclusion of Unbreakable, according to Shyamalan. Glass will follow seven to ten days after the conclusion of Split.

Joseph has evolved from a youngster to an adult, so we will see that contrast onscreen with his character in the present and in the unseen Unbreakable footage.

While discussing it, Shyamalan referred to Richard Linklater’s Boyhood, in which actor Ellar Coltrane was filmed from age 6 to 18. He didn’t provide much information on how much Unbreakable material is in Glass or what it depicts, so we’re left to guess.

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The Glass Post, which is a Facebook page dedicated to posting behind-the-scenes images and videos from the production of the film.

An 18-year journey will come to a conclusion with the release of ‘Glass’ next week. According to Shyamalan, he always intended to create a franchise out of his film and has confirmed that the Horde, which was written into his early draft of Unbreakable by James McAvoy’s ‘Split,’ was originally conceived.

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Originally, ‘Unbreakable’ and ‘Split’ were connected. ‘David runs into the Horde at the train station, and David continues to follow him.’ When asked why he chose to remove Horde from ‘Unbreakable,’ Shyamalan stated, “It’s a narrative issue. When you increase the stakes, you can’t take them back.

‘Once you bring in the idea of females being kidnapped, you’re immediately dealing with a clock ticking down that doesn’t allow for the amount of character development I wanted to achieve in Unbreakable, David, his wife, and his kid.

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‘Unbreakable,’ despite its quality, failed to impress critics. It was not a financial success at the box office. The movie was promoted as a fresh Shyamalan-directed psychological thriller, and it wasn’t until the film’s final moments that the filmmaker included Bruce Willis’ David Dunn, bringing ‘Unbreakable’ and ‘Split’ together on the big screen.

After the conclusion of “Glass,” the trilogy will conclude. ‘The Hangover Part II’ was a blockbuster hit for Universal Studios, raking in $278 million worldwide. The film was shot for a little over $9 million.


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