Willistown Township resident M. Night Shyamalan has set the bar high with the trailer for his new movie, Glass, a film that follows up on two of his previous hits, Unbreakable in 2000 and Split in 2016, writes Nick Vadala for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Glass continues the stories of mastermind Mr. Glass, played by Samuel L. Jackson; the invincible David Dunn played by Bruce Willis in Unbreakable; and Kevin Wendell Crumb played by James McAvoy in Split.
Crumb, also known as The Horde, suffers from multiple personality disorder and is the movie’s main super villain.
The unlikely trio gets examined by Dr. Ellie Staple, played by Sarah Paulson, a psychiatrist who works with patients who suffer from the delusion that they have super powers. The interaction between the four characters will cause a lot of people to die, as Mr. Glass ominously states in the new trailer.
The movie started filming in the Philadelphia area last year and is scheduled to be released in January 2019.
Read more about M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass in the Philadelphia Inquirer here.