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Title: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Sri HK on September 18, 2008, 11:14:16 PM
Samuel L. Jackson, M. Night Shyamalan On The ?Unbreakable? Sequel That Never Was, But Might Be

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Love his work or hate it, there?s no denying that M. Night Shyamalan always seems to be one step ahead of the curve with his films ? from the twist no one saw coming in ?The Sixth Sense,? to finding new ways to scare the crap outta moviegoers with ?Signs? and ?The Village.? And he was even years ahead of the current comic book movie boom (for better and for worse) when ?Unbreakable? hit theaters in 2000.

So that being said, is it time for Shyamalan to take a step back for a change and revisit his superhero/supervillain film with a sequel, given the rampant popularity of the superhero genre?

?I tell you I get asked about it all the time, so it?s not [an idea] I ever forget,? Shyamalan told MTV News. ?I genuinely just asked this question the other day ? should I make ?Unbreakable 2???

If Shyamalan does indeed decide to revisit ?Unbreakable,? he?ll have at least one of the original film?s stars ready and willing to join up ? Samuel L. Jackson, who played the very-breakable villain, Elijah Price, in the movie.

?Every time I see [Shyamalan], he says, ?I?ve written this thing for you,? so I say, ?why are you always doing these movies I?m not in??? said Jackson.

According to both Shyamalan and Jackson, ?Unbreakable? was originally intended to be a trilogy, but a series of bad reviews as well as fan and film critic misconception of Shyamalan?s work quickly tabled the idea of a possible franchise. As Jackson put it, ?He was a victim of what Quentin [Tarrantino] was a victim of. ?Jackie Brown? is a great movie, but it?s not ?Pulp Fiction 2.? ?Unbreakable? is a great movie, but it?s not ?I see f**king dead people.??

Likewise, Shyamalan has his own take on the lack of a sequel. ?I made the mistake of getting caught up in the hype of the immediate reaction of the movie, which, experience has shown me, is not accurate to any of my movies,? he explained. ?And If I had been more confident and said ?I believe in that movie, I love that movie, and I should just go start writing the second one,? that would?ve been the right move. I?ve still been thinking about it a lot and wonder if it?s too late.?

Shyamalan even sat down with Jackson during the film?s production to discuss where his character could and would go had the film spawned a sequel.

?Back then we talked about what the rest would entail,? recalled Jackson. ?I broke out of the mental institution. I?m out there doing stuff and ["Unbreakable" co-star Bruce Willis' "David Dunn" is] after me. It?s very cool. He still wears that rain thing, that windbreaker.?

So the idea seems to be there, and Jackson?s ready to break out the funky hair-do(n?t) and purple suit, so ? bottom line ? will we see an ?Unbreakable 2,? Mr. Shyamalan?


?I do love the [comic book movie] genre, I just wanna make sure that I?m able to express who I am,? explained Shyamalan. ?I don?t want to get so lost in the subject that I have to neuter everything that?s me in it, so maybe ?Unbreakable? is the comic book thing I should do ? I keep coming back to that.?


We?ll take that as a solid ?maybe.?

http://splashpage.mtv.com/2008/09/18/samuel-l-jackson-m-night-shyamalan-on-the-unbreakable-sequel-that-never-was-but-might-be/
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on September 19, 2008, 02:23:26 PM
I don't think shyamalan will do a sequel..especially not with the intention of making "another comic book movie". unbreakable was never a comic book movie of the type we are seeing today. It was a story about humanity, not a bunch of special effects strung together by pop comedy like the superhero movies we're seeing these days. I hope if shyamalan does do a sequel, that he does it out of irony. i mean can u see unbreakable going from a guy trying to figure out his place in the world to bruce willis running around smashing cars and breaking into secret headquarters etc?
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Rohan on September 21, 2008, 02:28:50 PM
Sometimes Comic book stories doesn't have to have special effects. I think Unbreakable was beyond any comic book. It was an original idea of M.Night Shyamalan. I am sure that a guy like "Frank Miller" was impressed by UNBREAKABLE. I saw him talking on the DVD of Unbreakable.

I don't want M.Night to make a sequel to UNBREAKABLE, but since I know that he knows what to do and how to make. I will not disagree with him on making a sequel to Unbreakable.

Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on September 23, 2008, 12:51:03 PM
Remember that Unbreakable was only the first part of the story, so he could take the second part, maybe revamp it a little, that kind of thing.  I'd like to see a sequel, but I don't think it will happen.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: steinmansbrain on September 25, 2008, 06:52:59 AM
An Unbreakable sequel would be a disaster.

Like has already been said no-one wants to see Dunn going around destroying stuff ? la Hulk or something.

If that happened I would lose all faith in well just everything in the world really.

I'd just be a shell of a person.

What would happen? Audrey get kidnapped? Aww man I cant explain how much I don't want this to happen.

Unbreakable was just a perfect story. I didn't feel I wanted anything more from it at the end.

Was anyone left thinking "i can't wait to see what happens next?"
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Erik on September 25, 2008, 08:52:04 AM
I stated this before, but I'll do it again.

I don't see Mr. Glass as an enemy for David Dunn. Mr. Glass did terrible things to the world to forfill his quest, to find the unbreakable person. Now that he has found him, he is done. He was supposed to be a guide for David, but in the twist we found out that Elijah is a terrible person. The only thing that I can think of is that Mr. Glass breaks out of jail and runs away, but not that he contineus his evil deeds.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: ALF on September 25, 2008, 09:00:08 AM
My opinion is that Mr glass could be a villian, at least at the beginning. He was looking for his oposite, the unbreakable guy, and now that both know they roles, Mr Glass feels ready for the game, and I think he wants to play. He has just killed, so once he has taken that way, there's no reason to stop, maybe just his motivation changes, and now he wants to know how to break the unbreakable.  :o
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Erik on September 25, 2008, 10:03:11 AM
To break the unbreakable:
Use his Kryptonite, the water!
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on September 25, 2008, 02:37:48 PM
I stated this before, but I'll do it again.

I don't see Mr. Glass as an enemy for David Dunn. Mr. Glass did terrible things to the world to forfill his quest, to find the unbreakable person. Now that he has found him, he is done. He was supposed to be a guide for David, but in the twist we found out that Elijah is a terrible person. The only thing that I can think of is that Mr. Glass breaks out of jail and runs away, but not that he contineus his evil deeds.


But if you pay attention to the movie, Mr. Glass makes it pretty clear that he is the arch nemesis of David.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Rohan on September 25, 2008, 03:46:48 PM
This whole UNBREAKABLE sequel things sounds really scary. I don't want any sequel to it. If M.Night really wants to make one, then I know M.Night knows what to do.

No idea comes to my mind what could or who could David Dunn be fighting against.

All I think is may couple of other unbreakable individuals who realized the power of David Dunn and David Dunn fights them...

Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on September 27, 2008, 12:57:10 PM
I'm still waiting for a super-hero movie where there isn't a super-villain.  Why couldn't a sequel to Unbreakable be just that.  Mr. Glass never shows up in the movie, he is just behind a lot of stuff that happens to David, stuff that shakes his faith in himself and his family.  Stuff like that.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on September 29, 2008, 12:52:24 AM
u cant have a good story without an antagonist...and besides..mr glas isnt very super for a villain
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: cnightx on September 30, 2008, 07:16:50 PM
A movie-based sequel would not work b/c the mainstream "here we are now, entertain us" crowds would expect "Heroes" type stuff. Although a part of me wants David Dunn and Elijah to show up in the series at some point, lol... hmm....

How about a graphic novel as a sequel instead?
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on October 02, 2008, 08:27:06 AM
I would take that, I love graphic novels and comic books, always wanted him to do a comic book about David Dunn.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on October 02, 2008, 11:35:30 PM
yeah i think mnight could do a really good graphic novel, since he stoyboards everything anyway.








( *sings* actin stupid and contagious)
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on October 06, 2008, 01:19:41 PM
Unbreakable is like a study of storyboards, the way it was filmed.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Unbreakable888 on October 17, 2008, 07:25:26 AM
If they would have ended the movie without the blatant "bad guy goes away forever" type of #@!* they keep pulling off, Unbreakable could have been a trilogy like it was panned out to be.

Unbreakable - David Dunn discovers his powers
Unbeatable - David Dunn fights the bad guys with his awesome strength
Unstoppable - David Dunn fights Elijah Price with his mind

Frankly I don't know how Night could return to a movie that had such a definite ending.

If Unbreakable wanted sequels, he would have cut the last parts of the movie and ended it with David's realization that he is Unbreakable. Then the next movie would have picked up among the lines, "This part won't be like a comic book" and the third would have started after David found out the truth - sort of like how the original Star Wars trilogy worked with Luke discovering he was the son of Darth Vader erm I mean Anakin Skywalker.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on October 20, 2008, 01:04:51 PM
ll, if you read the original script it ended with David finding out about Elijah, but walking out of the store, leaving it open for a sequel.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on October 20, 2008, 01:20:10 PM
that scene is so full of diagonal lines its INSANE. when you know they're there, you feel almost overwhelmed
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Decadent Sympozium on October 20, 2008, 02:14:03 PM
I'm strictly against any sequels to any of his movies and I hope he won't do it. It would definitely destroy a lot of...satisfaction...my personal. Hard to explain. Some things shouldn't be touched.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on October 21, 2008, 12:53:33 PM
That makes perfect sense, and a lot of fans here feel that way, I wish there was a way you could find out what it would be like, then decide.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Kilgore Trout on February 15, 2009, 09:06:10 AM
If Night does this film, I will be there at the cinema to watch it. I think there is a very good potential for this movie to be great. I said that in an another post, in the first movie we got to see the past of Elijah / Mr. Glass, I would like to see Dunn's past in the sequel.... Maybe in the third installment we will see the Dunn's Kid's life :D I am just throwing ideas :D
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on February 15, 2009, 11:56:49 PM
I don't think there'd be anything interesting in David's past...all we need to know is that he drowned, he played football, never got sick -yawn- had a car accident (which we did see in the original btw), got married, had a kid, etc. nothing really exciting. It would be more interesting to see more of elijah's past, though. Maybe he came accross more people he thought might be "special", his attacks, maybe he came accross other comic book experts, i dunno.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Kilgore Trout on February 16, 2009, 07:29:20 PM
I don't think like that. In contrast to the knowledge David has, it would be fun to see  some interesting moments he had earlier in his life that he just thought normal. But when looking from the perspective with the knowledge that he is "unbreakable" they were not normal.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on February 16, 2009, 10:10:05 PM
ok, yeah that could be interesting...but I can't see it as a major plot element. Just..well, interesting lol. It's the kind of thing that makes a good movie better, but it doesnt make a good movie.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on February 16, 2009, 11:24:23 PM
I'd love to know more about David Dunn. He's a mysterious figure. Did he demonstrate his powers earlier? If so, when and how? There are alot of questions.

Does that make up the whole plot of the movie...probably not.

standtall
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on February 17, 2009, 10:50:32 PM
I think it would be more interesting if the prequel were more centered around Elijah. The main action could be around him because he was more focused on what he would become earlier than David was. They could have some sort of cool twist of interaction @ the end, but the movie would follow the 2 stories separately most of the time, with David and his specialness thrown in every once in a while for flavor. The climax could be when Elijah has finally had enough and decides the path he will take once and for all.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on February 17, 2009, 11:48:29 PM
Well, the question may be: if there is a prequel/sequel...whom does it follow. In other words...is the Unbreakable franchise devoted to David and Elijah. If it follows the movie and a classic comic book storyline...perhaps the "franchise" should primarily focus on those two....the super-hero and his arch-rival (villian).

I enjoyed Elijah. But it is David whom captured more of my imagination. Still, I do want to learn more about how "they arrived" at where we were introduced to them in Unbreakable. For example, I'd like to know more about his relationship with his mom...

You're right...it is intriguing to know when and why they went down the paths they chose.


standtall


p.s. my wife found Elijah more interesting too...she just told me!


 
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on February 17, 2009, 11:57:30 PM
Well it's not that I found Elijah more interesting (although now that you mention it, I think I do), just that his past would have been more interesting, since there are few super natural or even unique aspects in David's. I think part of what makes the movie great is just how normal and un-interesting David Dunn is when he discovers his ability.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on February 18, 2009, 05:19:04 AM
I agree about David's "ordinariness" being a big part of what makes this film so special...which is the point. Why did he live such an ordinary life? This is the question that intrigues me. Whereas...with Elijah...he took an almost predictable path towards isolation (no wife, friends and kids) and an unusual perspective on life . He experiences severe trauma {physical and mental- "Mr. Glass"} throughout his young life...and finds comfort and meaning {to his life} in the "make believe" world of comic books. With him...I already  know what happened...but what interests me is the people and events that may have offered him a different answer...


standtall
standtall
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Kilgore Trout on February 19, 2009, 06:05:36 PM
Of course the flashbacks will not be the central plot of the movie. But the kind of flashbacks I talked about can be connected to the centeral story, I think.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on February 20, 2009, 09:36:49 PM
KT:

I agree with you. It is the central plot of a sequel that is the biggest challenge. Night set the bar almost impossibly high...

Can he get there? Maybe. If anybody can do it, he's the one.


standtall
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on February 25, 2009, 02:57:03 PM
I agree, nobody else but Night could do a sequel to Unbreakable.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Sri HK on March 14, 2009, 02:36:54 AM
(http://img135.imageshack.us/img135/2161/unbreakable500.jpg)

Source:  http://www.scifi.co.uk/articles/2009/01/the-most-under-rated-superhero.php
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Erik on March 15, 2009, 01:22:15 PM
http://img135.imageshack.us/img135/2161/unbreakable500.jpg

Source:  http://www.scifi.co.uk/articles/2009/01/the-most-under-rated-superhero.php
Wow, I love this image! Just made it my Wallpaper!
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on March 17, 2009, 01:45:00 PM
It's underrated because people don't even think about it being a superhero movie.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on March 18, 2009, 10:11:28 PM
Mr. Glass:

I know I didn't understand it was a "superhero" movie. I felt like a dunce when I learned it was; now I'm telling all my friends it is the best superhero movie ever made.


standtall
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on March 28, 2009, 02:16:21 PM
standtall, don't feel like a dunce, lots of people don't even think or consider it a superhero movie, so don't beat yourself over the head.  Just keep doing what you're doing and telling people that it really is a superhero film.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on April 01, 2009, 08:59:19 AM
I just told a friend how good it is; and this friend loves superheroes...has a big coffee book superhero book on her table...and she said the movie was "okay." And she loves the TV series "Heroes." I like it too. But it was M. Night who did it first and best.

She said she's not a big fan of Samuel Jackson. Maybe if she watches it again...she'll it appreciate it more. I know that's what happened with me.


standtall
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on April 01, 2009, 11:19:21 PM
Heroes started out ok when the characters were still stereotypes which could be defined by their powers, but it got pretty weak. I do like the fact that it sheds light on the police state aspect of America though.

and Samuel Jackson was really good in the movie 1408 with john cusack. (good movie all around)
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on April 28, 2009, 01:48:02 PM
I haven't seen any of Heroes, but I want to, at least the first season.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on May 01, 2009, 11:54:24 AM
Yeah the first season is pretty much the only one worth making an effort to watch. I'll watch Heroes these days if im home and not doing anything when it comes on.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Sri HK on June 17, 2009, 07:11:21 PM
M. Night Shyamalan Still Considering ?Unbreakable? Sequel

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On the surface, it might look like M. Night Shyamalan has moved on from ?Unbreakable,? the director?s fourth feature film. After all, he?s already hip-deep in production on ?The Last Airbender,? his adaptation of the popular animated series ? does he really  have enough room in his geek bone to revisit the moody superhero film?

During a recent press event, Shyamalan addressed that very question as put forth by MTV News ? is he still considering ?Unbreakable 2″? According to the director, that answer is a resounding yes.

?I am,? revealed Shyamalan. ?I don?t know where all the parties are in the world. Sam [Jackson] is like ?Mr. Comic Book? now. And Bruce, I don?t know what he?s up to. I don?t know where Disney?s at in their head and what kind of movies they?re up for making. But yeah, I love that movie.?

This isn?t the first time that Shyamalan has enthused about continuing the ?Unbreakable? mythos. Last year, he revealed that he?d like to start working on it immediately, but that he also wanted to make sure the timing was right.

?I want a story to pop into my head that is organic and expressive of who I am,? he said at the time. ?You know, these are all kinds of journals of where I am emotionally, so it?s kind of hard. I?m kind of trying to go back to the journal that existed in 1999 for me. But I know me: As soon as I give up on it is when the idea will come to me.?

Even Samuel L. Jackson has expressed interest in revisiting his ?Unbreakable? character. With him and Shyamalan on board, how could the film?s star Bruce Willis be able to say no? If nothing else, he could send a surrogate to act the part for him!

http://splashpage.mtv.com/2009/06/17/m-night-shyamalan-still-considering-unbreakable-sequel/
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Rohan on June 18, 2009, 12:09:08 PM
They should make it. It will be awesome.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: kkehoe5 on June 19, 2009, 11:06:50 AM
I just watched Unbreakable for the second time last night on netflix.com. It was the the first time I had seen it since the theater. I am not sure why everyone gives this movie so much praise. It is a good story, just not the greatist M Night has done IMO. People claime this to be his best work? The long pauses during the dialog just kills me. Watching people interact so unnaturally ruins it for me. The story is good, the acting is bad. If they make a sequal I hope they let the actors interact and talk to eachother in a normal way.

I don't want to sound like I am bashing the movie or M Night, it is not as great for me as it is to others I guess. I really don't understand it.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on June 19, 2009, 03:47:54 PM
I understand what you're saying kkehoe5, other people I know have said that.
I agree, a sequel to Unbreakable would be great, but what that interview said was that they'd be interested, but that doesn't mean that they will.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Erik on June 30, 2009, 12:36:10 PM
What is this?

Imdb.com:
In Development: Unbreakable 2 (details only on IMDbPro)

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0796117/
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on July 01, 2009, 11:20:53 PM
interesting...
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on July 06, 2009, 03:25:58 PM
Careful with IMDB Pro-people put stuff up there and sometimes it's just rumors.  Did you read the interview where he talked about an Unbreakable sequel?
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: marco on August 31, 2009, 06:02:15 PM
Unbreakable doesn't need a sequel to me.
I'm also afraid of a Matrix-effect (the first great,the sequels not so good).
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on September 01, 2009, 12:04:17 AM
I agree, the Matrix sequels added very little the original.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Rohan on September 01, 2009, 10:39:27 PM
Interesting. Let's see TLA first. M.Night is pretty busy.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: mooveerich on November 02, 2009, 06:35:06 PM
I think he should make the sequel...In my opinion, you aren't looking at it the right way if you say no because it was never a comic book movie. Although it is correct that it isn't a comic book movie, it still had all the "Superhero Mythology"; for example, the hero became who he is with the help of the "eventual" villian, and there was the main female character (Mrs. Dunn) and the main male character (Dunn himself), to provide the one-hundred percent balance to the story, just to name two of the many examples there are of the "Superhero Mythology". The film was supposed to show you what it would be like if superheros really existed; it wold not be like superman...In short, it wold make scene for their to be just one sequel; because now that he knows who he is, we can see him, and again, in a one-hundred percent realistic manner, in action against the bad guys.                   
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on November 03, 2009, 05:24:10 PM
The question is, if he did make a sequel, would it be a new idea, or the other two parts of his original script?
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Richie on November 03, 2009, 07:35:51 PM
I read yesterday on Imdb that there is with out a doubt going to be a two; but unfortuneately,  I didn't get to read the whole thing, so I don't know if he is planning to come back for it, but if somebody does know, please, come out and tell us. I am the kind of person that would give any film a chance, but none the less, I hope to death that he comes back for it.

P.S. Unfortunetly, we are going to have to wait till 2012, or at least that is what it looks like for now, the film is still in the development stage so who know when. I can't wait to see it!:)      
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on November 04, 2009, 09:17:22 PM
I'd be thrilled if M. Night created another Unbreakable movie. I started writing my own script for it...that should tell you how much I'd love to see a sequel.


standtall
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on November 05, 2009, 04:38:05 PM
I wouldn't even try writing a script, for fear of totally ruining it.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on November 06, 2009, 12:12:12 PM
I hear you. Unbreakable is an amazing movie. It is my all-time favorite. But it is almost irresistible. It is so much fun imagining what happens next....that is the question. If you can answer that...Wow!



standtall
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on January 04, 2010, 04:43:51 PM
The reason a sequel based on the rest of the script might work is because most sequels are written after the fact, just trying to capitalize on the money made.  Part of the reason the Two Towers was so good was because it wasn't a sequel but a continuation of the first movie.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Erik on January 05, 2010, 05:29:03 AM
Yeah, that!

By the way, does anyone has any news on this?
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on January 05, 2010, 04:04:08 PM
I'd say it's not happening, especially with all the stuff Night is doing right now.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Namaste on February 19, 2010, 10:08:51 PM
Shyamalan would never do a sequel (except TLAB lol). But it would make for an interesting twist on his carreer.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on February 21, 2010, 07:58:14 AM
Setting aside other factors like (studio, actors)...it is highly dependent circumstance. If MNS has no inspiration---no creative spark. Then it is a certainty he will not make another Unbreakable.
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Erik on April 05, 2010, 11:07:28 AM
Imdb deleted the page for Unbreakable 2. I guess the rumours are dead?
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: standtall on April 08, 2010, 05:32:36 PM
I think it is truly anybody's guess.


Standtall
Title: Re: Unbreakable Sequel: A may be?
Post by: Mr_Glass.1 on November 08, 2010, 09:32:13 AM
Well, now a further bit down the line, we know that his idea for the original sequel to Unbreakable will now be in the Night Chronicles movie.