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Ever since M. Night Shyamalan announced in 2015 that he was working on Split, a “psychological thriller,” fans of the superhero cult film Unbreakable have been wondering whether the long-awaited sequel was finally in the works. Well, there is less reason to wonder—as our inside sources have come back with a resounding "Yes!"
Split is about a man with multiple personality disorder, and what happens when that man (James McAvoy) kidnaps three girls. The general theme—of the misunderstood loner that has an untamed beast within—is obviously similar to the story of David Dunn, the hero in Unbreakable, who suffers quietly as he discovers who he is and the meaning of his life.
- Kellvin Chavez
10 July 2016 6:26 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
USA Network had a surprise for Mr. Robot fans Sunday night. The cable network announced via social media that it was giving viewers a sneak peek at the show's season two premiere on its website and other platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat via the Buzzfeed Discovery Channel and the show's YouTube Channel. USA said the premiere would be available Sunday night only. Season two of the critically acclaimed series is set to premiere Wednesday at 10 p.m. Et/Pt. Final warning. The #MrRobot season_2.0 premiere is on Now at https://t.co/BqpaY26nPf & https://t.co/6c6qun7XDr. pic.twitter.com/CiNkDIygco — Mr.
- THR Staff
Spoilers! X-Men: Apocalypse is now in cinemas, and hasn't impressed the critics. But, more importantly, what’s your opinion?
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Our review of X-Men: Apocalypse is online already (you can click here to see it, if you like). Looking around the web, it seems that a lot of the other critical notices have been quite mixed.
Bryan Singer’s latest mutant-infested slice of blockbuster spectacle has been met with a lukewarm response by the film reviewing world, then, and even spawned a Change.org petition to – ahem – ‘stop Disney from paying critics’.
But, more importantly, we’d love to hear your take. What did you - our wonderful readers - think of the film, and all its thrills and spills?
Join the discussion by scrolling into the comments section beyond our loyal custodian of spoilers, Daphne the squirrel. Final warning: this is a place for spoiler-filled chat, »
3 items from 2016
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