After 18 years, Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson are finally back to finish what they started in Unbreakable joining James McAvoy of Split for a confrontation of superheroes in Glass .
After a week of short films focusing on each of the three "superheroes" of the cast of the film – those of David Dunn of Willis, Elijah Price of Jackson / Mr. Glass, and Kevin Crumb / McAvoy's Horde, the complete trailer of [Nightclub Unbreakable and Split by Night Shyamalan finally landed. Check it out for yourself and rejoice.
We 're talking about this movie for months and we anticipate it even longer, so please, give us a second before we get into the details of this movie. We are going to put our cards on the table – that sounds awesome . Maybe we are planning, but it is hard to believe that anyone who has invested in the stories of Unbreakable and Split would be able to watch this trailer and not to feel excitement about his promise of an epic confrontation.
Shyamalan's 13th film, Glass is more exciting for the filmmaker than any of his films in years. It is worth noting for younger readers that Shyamalan was considered an auteur director, the equivalent of a modern Hitchcock or "the next Spielberg" at the time of The Sixth Sense Unbreakable and Signs .
There was a real sense of anticipation around his films, which is part of what made the reaction against him so strong when he began to hesitate with (sometimes hilarious) mistakes such as Lady in the Water The Happening and The Last Airbender.
Now, with its effective revelation in the credits of Split the story unfolds in the same world as Unbreakable – that is, say Philadelphia – it seems that the filmmaker has finally managed to regain the sense of wonder and anticipation that propelled the projects from the top of his career. He also added a good dose of the B movie styles that he developed with films like The Visit that he wrote and directed, and Devil that He produced.
As a result, this film gives the impression of bringing the perfect level of self-conscious cheesiness, firing shots as the McAvoy Horde galloping across a four-legged field, feeling threatening and exciting, rather than wildly ridiculous.
bringing back the main characters of Unbreakable and Split the trailer Glass introduces us to a new character in the enigmatic Dr. Ellie Staple, the Nick Fury of this superhero franchise in particular. But instead of assembling superheroes to form a sort of initiative, she works with a psychiatric hospital to convince them that they are actually crazy, suffering from a "special kind of" illness. "Illusion of grandeur". Which, to be fair, they could very well be – although while clearly having supernatural abilities.
The trailer also features Anya Taylor-Joy, Return Interpreter, Split who joins Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard of Unbreakable in an effort to ensure maximum continuity between the three films of the improbable franchise
Glass enters theaters on January 18, 2019.