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M. Night Shyamalan, earlier this year, completed filming on a low-budget movie that was then called “Sundowning.” It seems the movie has been renamed “The Visit” and worldwide distribution rights have been acquired by Universal Pictures. The Visit focuses on a brother and sister who are sent to their grandparents’ remote Pennsylvania farm for a… continue reading »

That’s a Wrap! – ‘Sundowning’

Sunday, March 30th, 2014 by Rohan |

Shyamalan just tweeted about an hour ago announcing that principal photography is finished. Though, none of us has any clue what Sundowning is really about. All we know is that a single mother limned by Kathryn Hahn is taking a trip with her two children, a boy (Ed Oxenbould) and a girl visit their grandparents…. continue reading »

Folks at The Wrap has just learned that Shyamalan’s upcoming micro-budget film titled Sundowning stars rising child star Ed Oxenbould and actress Kathryn Hahn. According to the report, Hahn is portraying the role of a single mother, whose two children decide to visit their grandparents. But, things go terribly wrong from there. Oxenbould is playing… continue reading »

You Could be an Extra in Shyamalan’s current film, Sundowning

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 by Paul Martin |

M. Night Shyamalan is auctioning off a day on set and extra role for his current film, Sundowning, check out the link below for details! All proceeds benefit the M. Night Shyamalan Foundation! https://www.charitybuzz.com/support/2425 The M. Night Shyamalan Foundation supports remarkable leaders, through their organizations, working to remove the barriers created by poverty and inequality,… continue reading »

Shyamalan’s Microbudget film is titled ‘Sundowning’

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014 by Paul Martin |

Night’s been working on a small budget film between his larger budget films.  With word that he’ll likely be re-teaming with Bruce Willis for Labor of Love next, he’s taking the down-time to make a small movie.  I’m looking forward to this one as much as I am his film Labor of Love.  It feels like we’re… continue reading »