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Filming Wraps on M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass With James McAvoy and Bruce Willis

A week or so ago we let you guys know that Samuel L. Jackson has officially wrapped filming on writer-director M. Night Shyamalan’s follow-up to Unbreakable and Split. Today we have confirmation, via Shyamalan on Twitter, that filming has wrapped on Glass. Here is his tweet: Just wrapped #Glass!! Much love to my cast & crew. […]

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5 Great Film Endings In Cinema History

In my last editorial, I discussed some of cinema’s best movie introductions, stating the importance of why a movie should rope you in and keep you firmly fixed in your seat. But film endings are equally important! I cannot count how many times I have sat through what I like to call “throw away” endings, ones in which come across lazy just to tie up the feature because the filmmakers seemingly ran out of ideas after showing their best ones already. But it makes one feel good when a lot of thought has been put into a script, especially when it translates well on screen. And a big part of that is giving the audience a big pay in which they will walk away from the movie and remember it for.

Below are five film endings that I think are just a small portion of ones in which really deliver.
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Cahiers du cinéma’s Top 10 Films of 2017 Includes ‘Twin Peaks: The Return,’ ‘Split,’ and ‘Good Time’

Established in the 1950s by André Bazin, Joseph-Marie Lo Duca, and Jacques Doniol-Valcroze, France’s Cahiers du cinéma has long been a bastion for quality film criticism. Year after year their rundown of the top films usually ignites a response, and we doubt 2017 will be any different — mostly notably when it comes to their top “film,” and perhaps a few other inclusions.

They’ve released their latest list, which includes a few films that won’t get a U.S. release until 2018 (Jeannette, The Day After, Lover for a Day). Also among the selections are some of this year’s finest films, Get Out and Good Time, as well as David Lynch’s 18-hour Twin Peaks: The Return, which also made Sight & Sound’s poll. Since they got a release in France this year, Certain Women, Jackie, and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk also made the cut.

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Shyamalan announces Glass has wrapped filming

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M. Night Shyamalan returned in a big way earlier this year with his movie Split, which earned some of the best reviews of his career, and made $278 million worldwide (off a $9 million budget). A huge final scene revealed this was not a normal horror flick and was indeed the long-awaited sequel to his film Unbreakable. He announced he was getting to work on the final entry, Glass, and he has now taken to Twitter... Read More...
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Production wraps on M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass

Director M. Night Shyamalan has wrapped production on Glass, his upcoming sequel to 2000’s Unbreakable and last year’s Split. The news was revealed on Instagram by Split stars James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy, who reprise their Split roles as Kevin Wendell Crumb and Casey Cooke.

“Had an amazing time last night at @surayaphilly where we had our wrap party for #glassmovie,” posted McAvoy. “The food was Awesome and the staff (pictured) where fantastic!!! They’ve cherry picked some of the best people from around Philly to run this place and it’s rockin!”

“Buh bye Casey Bear!,” added Taylor-Joy. “Two years ago, I secretly paraded around 30th street station in a giant bear costume to prank McAvoy and the crew. It was the last day of filming and I’ll remember it forever. Having just wrapped Glass, I am filled with so much gratitude and love. The memories we
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Shyamalan Wraps Production on Split and Unbreakable Sequel Glass

Shyamalan Wraps Production on Split and Unbreakable Sequel Glass
That's a wrap! M. Night Shyamalan has worked his way back into people's good favor, mostly because of Split, which is one of the most successful movies of 2017. What people didn't know heading in is that the movie was actually a sequel to Unbreakable. Given the success, the director quickly got to work on Glass, which will conclude the Unbreakable trilogy. Now, thanks to some of the cast, we can confirm that the movie has officially wrapped production.

Toward the end of November, M. Night Shyamalan took to Twitter, announcing that he was heading into the last week of production, saying, "Spent last two days in the editing room deciding what shots I need to get or redo in the last week on #Glass." Anya Taylor-Joy, who reprises he role as Casey in Glass, took to Instagram to confirm that those final shots are in the can and that Split
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Shooting Has Wrapped On M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’

It looks like filming has finally wrapped on filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan’s sequel to both Unbreakable and this year’s Split, Glass. The stars of the film confirmed the completion of production on social media over the weekend.

Co-star Anya Taylor-Joy wrote on Instagram: “Buh bye Casey Bear! Two years ago, I secretly paraded around 30th street station in a giant bear costume to prank McAvoy and the crew. It was the last day of filming and I’ll remember it forever'”

“Having just wrapped Glass, I am filled with so much gratitude and love. The memories we’ve made on these two movies are beautiful and sacred and I am a lucky girl indeed to have shared them with all of you. Beaming with pride, joy+ affection,” she continued.

????? Buh bye Casey Bear!? Two years ago, I secretly paraded around 30th street station in a giant bear costume
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Adam David Thompson Joins the Cast of M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’

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 […]
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Watch New 'Thoroughbreds' Trailer

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Anya Taylor-Joy first gained wide attention in the period horror film The Witch before breaking out big in M. Night Shyamalan's thriller Split. Olivia Cooke appeared on TV's Bates Motel, followed by strong turns in fright flicks The Quiet Ones and Ouija, as well as teen hit Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. Now the two rising stars have teamed to play unlikely upper-class friends in the dramatic thriller Thoroughbreds. The young characters have rekindled their friendship and hatched a...

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Pokemon Movie Finds Its Female Lead With 'Big Little Lies' Actress

Pokemon Movie Finds Its Female Lead With 'Big Little Lies' Actress
Kathryn Newton, who appeared in HBO's Big Little Lies, has nabbed the female lead for Legendary’s live-action movie adaptation of Pokemon.

Get Down star Justice Smith was picked as the male lead for the movie based on the gaming franchise and the project, titled Detective Pikachu, just wrapped an intense session of reading and testing actresses who would appear opposite him.

Stranger Things star Natalia Dyer, Haley Lu Richardson, who broke out earlier this year with M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, and 13 Reasons Why star Katherine Langford were also in the running for the role.

Newton, who had a big...
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Samuel L. Jackson Wraps on M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass

That was fast. It was just two weeks ago that we shared your first on-set look at Samuel L. Jackson as Mr. Glass in M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming Unbreakable/Split sequel, and today we have news that Jackson has wrapped his role. The update comes to us directly from Shyamalan himself who took to Twitter to […]

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Samuel L. Jackson Wraps His Role as Mr. Glass in Split 2

Samuel L. Jackson Wraps His Role as Mr. Glass in Split 2
The highly-anticipated sequel Glass, which brings together characters from both M. Night Shyamalan's 2000 film Unbreakable and this year's low-budget hit Split, started filming just last month, and it seems that principal photography is already winding down. Director M. Night Shyamalan took to Twitter over the weekend to reveal that Samuel L. Jackson has already wrapped his role as Elijah Price, a.k.a. Mr. Glass, with production ending next week. Here's what the director had to say on social media.

"1 week left of shooting #Glass. Yesterday was @SamuelLJackson last shot. Had to fight back tears. These are more than movies to me."

The news comes just weeks after we caught our first glimpse of Samuel L. Jackson on the Glass set with new set photos, but it seems his time on the project has already come to a close. Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds David Dunn (Bruce Willis
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Glass Set Photo Offers Sneak Peek At Bruce Willis’ Returning David Dunn

The city of Philadelphia is currently playing host to M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, a sequel 17 years in the making, and today brings forth an all-new set photo to prove it.

First unveiled via Facebook (with a tip of the hat to ComicBook.com), this compilation offers up another sneak peek at Bruce Willis as the returning David Dunn. You know him, of course; he was the steely protagonist of Unbreakable, a man so strong and resilient he can bench press 350 pounds and walk away from a train crash without so much as a scratch. And in 2019, he’ll be welcomed back to the fray alongside Samuel L. Jackson as the dubious Elijah Price.

Completing the crossover are Anya Taylor-Joy and a topless James McAvoy, who were first introduced earlier this year via Split. And below, you’ll see all four characters moseying around the Philadelphia set:

They’re the
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Official Oscar® Entry from India: Interview with ‘Newton’ Director (Best Foreign Language Category)

Official Oscar® Entry from India: Interview with ‘Newton’ Director (Best Foreign Language Category)
Maybe you like finding new international talent like I do. The ones who are fluent in English are the upcoming talents for U.S. hits, whether indie or studio. So you want to meet Amit Masurkari, writer and director of ‘Newton’.

India’s submission to the Oscar’s foreign-language category, Newton is an indie that in India has achieved box office numbers comparable to mid-range mainstream films. Its Roi was 3x the production cost.

Drishyam Films produced the Hindi-language film, about a rookie poll officer who overcomes the odds to conduct free and fair elections in a remote tribal area, on a budget of 45 million rupees ($692,000). It opened September 22 in India and grossed $4.8 million.

I interviewed Amit Masurkari about his film which premiered at the Berlinale Forum and won the Cicae Award. The Cicae Award is given by the international association of art house exhibitors.

The film is funny and
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Cinelinx Movie-Lovers Christmas Gift Guide (2017)

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It’s that time of year again when the weather gets cold, and the Christmas decorating/shopping has begun. If you have movie lovers, gamers, or nerds in general, on your shopping list the Cinelinx team is here to help you find the perfect gift with our annual gift guides. Come inside for links to the best movie related gifts you can find!

It’s crazy to think, but the holiday season is already upon us, and those Christmas lists aren’t going to complete themselves. As we’ve done in years past, our team has gathered together to compile a fun, and comprehensive, gift guide for our readers to make sure you can find everything you need.

We’re doing things a bit different this time around, with Three separate lists (one for movies, games, and all things geek) along with individual picks of the week to spotlight some
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Sarah Paulson Joins ‘The Goldfinch’ Adaptation at Warner Bros. (Exclusive)

Sarah Paulson Joins ‘The Goldfinch’ Adaptation at Warner Bros. (Exclusive)
With “American Horror Story” wrapping up another season, Sarah Paulson is looking to build on a busy schedule, as she is in negotiations to join Warner Bros. and Amazon Studios’ adaptation of “The Goldfinch,” sources tell Variety.

Ansel Elgort will play Theo and “Dunkirk” actor Aneurin Barnard will play Boris with John Crowley directing.

Based on Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer-winning book, “The Goldfinch” tells the story of a young man named Theodore Decker who survives a terrorist bombing at an art museum — an attack that kills his mother. From there, he tumbles through a series of adventures that finds him living in Las Vegas with his deadbeat father and, later, involved in art forgeries.

Paulson will play Xandra, the girlfriend of Theo’s father.

Earlier this year, Amazon Studios agreed to co-finance the film, which will go into production at the start of 2018. As part of the pact, Amazon will invest more than a third of the
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Bruce Willis Battles James McAvoy In Glass Set Video

M. Night Shyamalan’s much-anticipated Glass, the sequel to both 2003’s Unbreakable and 2017’s Split, has been in production for about a month now. Last week, we got our first glimpse at one of the movie’s triumvirate of stars on set – namely, Samuel L. Jackson back in character as the titular Mr. Glass – and now, a juicy set video reveals Jackson’s co-stars: Bruce Willis and James McAvoy.

Not only that, but it sees the pair locked in a fierce fist fight. It appears that neither of them is able to best the other, until an unknown third character runs into shot to break up the clash.

James on the set of Glass (❗kind of spoiler) pic.twitter.com/9X75NO7xcq

— best of mcavoy (@bestofmcavoyj) November 8, 2017

Though Willis is hooded, that’s unmistakably him, as the figure McAvoy’s fighting is wearing David Dunn’s iconic oversized rain coat.
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‘Glass’ Set Pics Reveal James McAvoy & Bruce Willis

Last week, we posted a look at Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price in the in-production Glass from director M. Night Shyamalan, and now some images of James McAvoy and Bruce Willis on the Philadelphia set have been published.

This is the first look at Bruce Willis’ returning David Dunn from Unbreakable, and James McAvoy’s Kevin Wendell Crumb, who we saw in Shyamalan’s last movie Split.

The scenes being shot were reportedly of David Dunn and The Beast battling for the first time outside of a permanently shuttered mental facility in Allentown, the same location where Jackson was pictured last week. You can take a look at the new images below.

Glass

Starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan

Coming in 2019 pic.twitter.com/i5fDQUUeEn

— Michael is All In (@JokerCritic) November 10, 2017

James McAvoy’s The Beast battles Bruce Willis
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An Unbreakable Bruce Willis Battles the Beast in Glass Set Video

An Unbreakable Bruce Willis Battles the Beast in Glass Set Video
Some brand new set photos and the first set video from Glass, aka Split 2, have arrived online. M. Night Shyamalan managed to get himself out of director's jail with this year's Split, which turned out to be a secret sequel to his second movie, Unbreakable. Now, he's hard at work filming the follow-up, officially titled Glass, which will complete the director's unconventional superhero trilogy. Now, thanks to a new set video, we have our first look at a showdown between Bruce Willis and James McAvoy in the movie.

In the video, we see Bruce Willis' David Dunn pinning James McAvoy's Beast against a van. Things get ugly when the two start exchanging blows. It's not really a boxing match, but it looks really intense. We haven't seen David Dunn for years, so it's possible his powers have increased since Unbreakable. And we know from Split that The Beast is a very formidable opponent.
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David Dunn battles The Beast in set video from M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass

A couple of days ago we got a look at Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price in M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass [see here], and now we have a video from the set of the Unbreakable and Split sequel which sees Bruce WillisDavid Dunn battling James McAvoy’s The Beast, along with a few more set photos, including returning Split star Anya Taylor-Joy; check them out in the links below…

James McAvoy's The Beast battles Bruce Willis' David Dunn #Glass https://t.co/CmloGDMgdz

— Walt (@UberKryptonian) November 11, 2017

Glass

Starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan

Coming in 2019 pic.twitter.com/i5fDQUUeEn

— Michael is All In (@JokerCritic) November 10, 2017

Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds 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
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