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- Sheryl Oh
Glass: Spencer Treat Clark, the former child actor who played Bruce Willis's son in Unbreakable, will reprise his role in M. Night Shyamalan's sequel, Glass. Fortunately, the now nearly 30-year-old actor has kept in the business, most recently appearing as a regular on the series Animal Kingdom. Charlayne Woodard will also be reprising her Unbreakable part as the mother of Elijah "Glass" Price (Samuel L. Jackson). [THR] A Man Called Ove: Another of last year's foreign-language Oscar nominees is being remade. Joining the Jack Nicholson-led Toni Erdmann now is a Tom Hanks-led version of A Man Called Ove, about a grumpy old man and the friendship he forms with some new neighbors. Hanks will also produce the remake of...
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- Christopher Campbell
Glass: Spencer Treat Clark, the former child actor who played Bruce Willis's son in Unbreakable, will reprise his role in M. Night Shyamalan's sequel, Glass. Fortunately, the now nearly 30-year-old actor has kept in the business, most recently appearing as a regular on the series Animal Kingdom. Charlayne Woodard will also be reprising her Unbreakable part as the mother of Elijah "Glass" Price (Samuel L. Jackson). [THR] A Man Called Ove:...
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THR is reporting that Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard have signed on to reprise their Unbreakable roles in Glass, M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming sequel to the 2000 superhero thriller and last year’s Split.
Clark plays Joseph Dunn, the son of Bruce Willis’ David Dunn, while Woodard portrays Mrs. Price, the mother of Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price, a.k.a. Mr. Glass. Split stars James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy are also reprising their roles as Kevin Wendell Crumb/The Beast and Casey Cooke respectively, and Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story) is set for an as-yet-unrevealed role.
Glass is set for release on January 19th 2019, and finds Willis’ Dunn pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men. »
- Gary Collinson
Sometimes a filmmaker appears down and out and destined for director’s jail, but M. Night Shyamalan’s “Split” proved going back to low budget basics can regalvanize a career. “Split” was an unqualified success at the box office with a haul grossing $277 million worldwide off a $9 million dollar budget. If you saw “Split,” you know that the twist ending reveals that the film is a “soft sequel” to Shyamalan’s 2000 film “Unbreakable.” Shyamalan will be exploring more of this territory with his newest film “Glass,” set to be released in 2019.
- Jacob Siegel
We’ve been pretty excited ever since learning from the ending of Split that an official sequel to Unbreakable is on its way from M. Night Shyamalan titled Glass, and now we have a casting update to share, which involves two… Continue Reading →
- Debi Moore
“Glass” is a follow-up to Shyamalan’s films “Split” and “Unbreakable,” in which Bruce Willis starred as David Dunn, a security guard who discovers he has superhuman powers that allow him to see the crimes people have committed by touching them.
In “Glass,” Dunn pursues Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Elijah Price, aka Mr. Glass (Jackson), emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.
Clark is back as Willis’ son, while Woodard is returning to play Jackson’s mother.
- Justin Kroll
If you haven't seen M. Night Shyamalan's Split yet, or just don't care, be warned that there will be Spoilers below. After what seemed like far too long, M. Night Shyamalan finally began to emerge from the pit of mediocrity into which he had descended years ago with Split, which told the tale of a man with twenty-three different personalities who kidnaps and imprisons three teenage... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
M. Night Shyamalan is pulling out all the stops for his next film, Glass, and connecting it to Unbreakable in more ways than one. As the filmmaker prepares to start production in Philadelphia, his latest seems like a culmination of everything he’s learned up until now. It finds him returning to Unbreakable, one of his best movies and combining […]
- Chris Evangelista
We have known for quite some time that M. Night Shyamalan's Split 2, which is currently going under the title Glass, will bring back Unbreakable stars Bruce Willis as David Dunn and Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price. Today we have word that two more Unbreakable stars will return. Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard will reprise their roles as David Dunn's son Joseph and Elijah's mother, who will both join Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, Split stars James McAvoy as Kevin Wendell Crumb and Anya Taylor-Joy as Casey Cooke, and Sarah Paulson in an unspecified role. This may be the first of many casting announcements, since production is expected to begin quite soon.
The Hollywood Reporter broke the news today, although it isn't clear if any other characters from Unbreakable are being brought back as well. The original movie also starred Robin Wright as Audrey Dunn, David's estranged wife and Joseph's mother, »
Serving as a sequel to both Unbreakable and Split, M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass is set to begin shooting next month ahead of a 2019 release. We already know that both Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson are back, but two more Unbreakable stars have just signed on to reprise their roles from the 2000 film. Spencer Treat Clark […] »
- John Squires
- Andrew Auger
Split spoilers are fair game now... right? Reports are coming in that Unbreakable supporting cast members Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard will return for M. Night Shyamalan's follow-up, Glass »
- Jenna Busch
Leave it to M. Night Shyamalan to build an expanded universe out of a twist ending. He kept fans in the dark that Split was a backdoor sequel to his 2000 film Unbreakable, and now he’ll be tying the two films together with Glass, a title that references Samuel L. Jackson’s character, Elijah Price, aka “Mr. Glass”. Now it looks like a couple more Unbreakable actors will be signing onto the upcoming sequel. THR reports that Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard are both set to reprise their roles from Unbreakable. Clark played Joseph Dunn, the son of … »
- Matt Goldberg
21 September 2017 11:19 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Glass is the sequel to both Unbreakable, which starred Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, and Split, Shyamalan's surprise hit from earlier this year that starred James McAvoy. The project is being described as a comic book thriller, although it is not based on any preexisting material.
Willis is returning to the role of security guard David Dunn, who is imbued with superpowers, while McAvoy is back as Kevin Wendell Crumb, »
- Borys Kit
An often serenely meditative exploration of sociopolitical life in contemporary Hong Kong, Christopher Doyle’s Hong Kong Trilogy is a stunningly-photographed blend of documentary and fictional narrative, following real locals playing themselves. We can’t tell where real life ends and fiction begins, and ultimately, we don’t care. The film marks Doyle’s first directorial effort, crowdfunded via a Kickstarter campaign in 2014. Doyle, the self-proclaimed Keith Richards of cinematographers, is one of the most beloved and provocative DPs in the world, endowed with an exquisite eye for composition. His new film, however, meanders around for a merciful 85 minutes before fading to black, never fusing together into anything impacting, beyond a fleetingly casual interest in the characters. Other than that, we’re left with just a handful of dazzling visuals to recall, and little more.
The film is divided across three chapters. The first, titled Preschooled, follows the students of a local private school, »
- Tony Hinds
14 September 2017 12:49 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Eichmann was considered one of the architects of the Holocaust and oversaw the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Jews. After World War II, he fled to Argentina, where he lived in »
- Borys Kit
M. Night Shyamalan spent quite a few years making bad movies, after first emerging as one of the brightest young talents in the industry with his early efforts like The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable. Now, largely thanks to his movie Split, which was a critical and financial success, not to mention a secret sequel of sorts to Unbreakable that many had been wanting for quite some time, he's back on track. He's set to return to that world once more with Glass and according to one of the producers, it's going to be a Shyamalan take on a superhero movie. But a very different kind.
Jason Blum, head of Blumhouse Productions, recently spoke with Collider in order to promote The Horrors of Blumhouse maze, which is going to be part of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights this year. During the conversation, Blum was asked whether or not he would describe the »
Truth be told, that’s a little later than expected, after a piece of suitably hellish artwork released at Cannes hinted that all involved were targeting 2018 for their “dark” and “gruesome” revival. But let’s face it; news that Hellboy plans to spend a little longer in the oven can only be a good thing, particularly after the Powers That Be almost brought the Internet to a standstill late last night by unveiling not one, but two photos of David Harbour kitted out as the world’s greatest paranormal investigator.
Yes, the high-profile reboot formerly known as Rise of the Blood Queen has come on in leaps and bound, casting a who’s who of Hollywood talent (see: Ian McShane, Sasha Lane, Milla Jovovich) since it »
- Michael Briers
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