A First Look At M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ (New Images)

July 13, 2018

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New images from M. Night Shyamalan‘s Glass, the sequel to both Unbreakable and Split, have arrived via EW.
In the first image, we see David Dunn (Bruce Willis), Endell Crumb (James McAvoy), and Elijah Price aka Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson) sitting together in an asylum.

Split and Unbreakable we tied together in the last moments of Split when Bruce Willis’ character makes a cameo and makes a reference to Mr. Glass.
Split stars James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy who will also be returning for Glass. McAvoy plays a young man who has kidnapped Joy’s character. What makes his character so interesting is that he hosts dozens of personalities.

“American Horror Story” actress Sarah Paulson also stars. Spencer Treat Clark and Luke Kirby co-star.

In Unbreakable, security Guard David Dunn miraculously survives a catastrophic train crash outside Philadelphia. Not only is he the sole survivor out of 132 passengers, he also is completely unharmed. A little later, comic book specialist Elijah Price contacts him to confront David with an incredible theory: Elijah, who has been nicknamed “Mr. Glass” due to his more than fragile bones, thinks that David has got all which he himself lacks. The two of them “seem to be linked by a curve, but sitting on opposite ends”. First, David does not believe the strange man, but every single thing he had said proves to be true: David has never ever been hurt or sick in his life, his physical strength is larger than normal and he has a skill which others don’t. Slowly, David begins to discover the shocking truth behind Mr. Price’s assumptions. But after all, David’s fate is not only to find his real place in the world. It also is about proving Elijah’s theory of his own existence.
Glass will open in theaters on January 18, 2019. If you attend the San Diego Comic-Con (Thursday, July 19 to Sunday, July 22) keep an eye out, Shyamalan has confirmed that he and the cast will be in attendance.

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