Archive for the ‘Unbreakable’ Category

Spencer Clark and Charlayne Woodard are Back!

Thursday, September 21st, 2017 by Rohan |

As cameras are ready to roll in Philadelphia soon, Shyamalan and team are still busy gathering their actors to join the rest of the cast members like Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy and Sarah Paulson. We reported a few weeks back here and here as to who these actors will be… continue reading »

SPLIT: An In-Depth Analysis…

Saturday, September 9th, 2017 by Rohan |

Early this year we shared analysis on The Village and The Sixth Sense (here) written by Mr. Dag Sødtholt, a Norwegian film critic, revealing an attention to the detail and reverence for cinema, and work of Mr. Shyamalan. Mr. Sødtholt now is back with a three chapter analysis of Split. For every fan out there… continue reading »

GLASS: Production Update and Official Synopsis

Saturday, August 19th, 2017 by Rohan |

Night took advantage of the twitter again, announcing this morning that the production of his much anticipated comic book thriller, Glass, begins Monday (August 21st, 2017). Night’s been spending time lately with his director of photography and storyboard artist (names weren’t revealed), and the plan is to roll cameras next month. James McAvoy and Anya… continue reading »

Sarah Paulson Joins GLASS

Monday, July 24th, 2017 by Rohan |

Sarah Paulson, The American Horror Story actress has joined James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis. Glass, currently being written by Shyamalan himself, is set to release by Universal on Jan 18, 2019. The film is a sequel to Unbreakable and Split that Shyamalan will be directing. Jason Blum, Marck Bienstock along… continue reading »

Unbreakable – Split Sequel Announced!

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 by Rohan |

The time has come—nearly 20 years in the making, the sequel of all sequels (besides the Blade Runner 2049) to Shyamalan’s father of all superhero films, Unbreakable, and his psychological thriller Split. Shyamalan took the time to reveal the details on twitter today that not only the script has been penned, but Bruce Willis will… continue reading »

The Next Big Thing by Shyamalan

Saturday, February 18th, 2017 by Rohan |

Split is a huge hit. It has grossed over $170 million worldwide. More on its box-office coverage, click here and here. Self-funded by Shyamalan ($9 million) and produced and distributed by Universal Pictures, the film marks the dominance of Shyamalan factor. As reported before, the sequel to Split, in other words, Unbreakable, is in the works…. continue reading »

An In-depth Analysis of Shyamalan’s Films

Saturday, February 11th, 2017 by Rohan |

I don’t think anyone yet has gone in-depth to analyze a Shyamalan film than the ones by Dag Sødtholt, whose carefully, insightful pieces on The Sixth Sense; The Village; Signs; Lady in the Water and Unbreakable on the wonderful Montages International Magazine. Mr. Dag Sødtholt, a Norwegian film critic, not only focuses on the aforementioned titles,… continue reading »

I was flipping through this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, when I turned the page to an unexpected article about Unbreakable. It’s an interview with Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and M. Night Shyamalan, among others. Here’s a preview of the article from EW.com: In the spring of 1999, M. Night Shyamalan was an unknown… continue reading »

Would you watch an ‘Unbreakable’ TV Series?

Monday, June 1st, 2015 by Paul Martin |

It’s long been known that Night had a potential trilogy of films in mind for Unbreakable. The first film was a very subtle origin story. A TV series could pick up where that left off, or potentially be a longer form of the same story. My hopes for a TV series would be a continuation that… continue reading »

Shyamalan on ‘The Visit’ and ‘Unbreakable 2’

Thursday, January 29th, 2015 by Rohan |

Shyamalan was hanging out at the Fox portion of TCA Winter Press Tour thanks to Collider for the word — Night attended the event for his upcoming series Wayward Pines, which he didn’t just direct the pilot for, but also executive produced it. The 10-episode event thriller is about Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon),… continue reading »