M. Night Shyamalan's Making An UNBREAKABLE Sequel

Posted April 27, 2017

Oh my Wednesday! He goes all to mention that the cast will include Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, and Anya Taylor Joy will be returning from Unbreakable and Split.

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According to a series of tweets from Shyamalan, the script for Glass is already finished and the film is being produced by Blumhouse (who worked on Split) and Universal. "It was always my dream to have both films collide in this third film". Hot off the great reception to the movie, it seems Shyamalan is looking to five further into that universe.

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Writer-director M. Night Shyamalan has announced that after 17 years he will finally release a sequel to Unbreakable.

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The title of the new film appears to be derived from Samuel L. Jackson's Elijah Price character in "Unbreakable" - also known by his pseudonym Mr. We want to see David Dunn (Willis) face off against Kevin Wendell Crumb (McAvoy). His latest movie Split, released in January, has earned more than $275 million worldwide on a modest budget of $9 million and has been hailed as a return to form for Shyamalan. A sequel could offer us another much-needed new perspective on what a superhero story can be. The future for the Shyamalan Cinematic Universe, whatever that turns out to be, looks strong. They now have their answer, as Shyamalan has teamed up with Jason Blum and Universal Pictures to bring Glass to life and to put an end to a trilogy that started way back in 2000. Taylor-Joy played one of the victims kidnapped by Kevin to be a sacrifice to the Beast. Shyamalan took to Twitter today to confirm it, writing, "Okay".