Well, spoilers be damned, now it’s out there. M. Night Shyamalan just announced via Twitter that his next movie is called Glass. It’s a sequel to Split and Unbreakable simultaneously and it’ll be in theaters January 18, 2019.
M. Night Shyamalan’s films are known for their endings. The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, The Village, and others all have surprises twists aimed at wowing the audience. His latest film, Split, is no exception—but the original ending was even more intense than the one that ended up in theaters.
M. Night Shyamalan’s Split has been out for a little over a month in the U.S., so odds are if you haven’t seen it yet, you at least know how it ends. And if you do, you probably understand why Samuel L. Jackson’s comments on it are so noteworthy.
Thank the moviegoing public because Split is a hit. That means writer/director M. Night Shyamalan is already at work on the sequel and, in a new interview, he got into a few details of what that sequel could be. Also, he revealed an alternative ending to the film.
Most of M. Night Shyamalan’s movies orbit around the gravity of big plot twists and the surprise that happens when they get revealed. But I accidentally learned about the shocking end of Split months before it came out—and wound up enjoying the movie a lot more as a result.
M. Night Shyamalan’s new movie, Split, is now in theaters and wow, is that a relief. It means that, for the first time since we saw the film in September, I can finally talk about the film’s incredible ending—and not only that, but discuss it with director M. Night Shyamalan himself, who explains the reasoning behind…
For the past two weeks, I was in Austin, Texas, but I wasn’t eating barbecue and drinking beer at every chance imaginable. This is because I was at Fantastic Fest 2016, the world’s greatest genre film festival, getting an early view of some truly great films that will be coming out over the next few months.
There are a few reasons why Split is the perfect title for the new M. Night Shyamalan movie. The most obvious one is the fact it’s about a man with multiple split personalities who kidnaps three young girls. The other is that the movie itself is split: 98 percent of the movie is a good Shyamalan film, which is its own…
In 2015, M. Night Shyamalan released his best film in years, found-footage nightmare The Visit. He returns to a conventional style with Split, which may or may not delve into the supernatural, but definitely flirts with some very weird science. It also has a killer cast; James McAvoy alone gets to play 24 different…
Doctor Who hypes the return of the classic villains, the Zygons. Deadpool will show us a deeper look at the X-Men’s Colossus. Scott Gimple says a recent Walking Dead development is not a hint for a story arc from the comics. Plus Supergirl teases the rest of its first season. Behold, spoilers!
You know the book. A kid winds up in the forest with nothing but a small hand axe and figures out how to survive. A hatchet is one of the most versatile tools you can take with you in the outdoors, this is how you use one and how you'll manage to keep all your fingers and toes when you do.
According to the Rated RR guys, this is the most difficult trick in the world: Fire a bullet against a machete and split it in two hitting two targets. They didn't only do it once—but twice in a row. And then once more, shooting backwards using an iPad as a mirror to aim.
It's the 25th anniversary of Split, a 1989 movie written and directed by a professional mathematician named Chris Shaw who was best known for writing textbooks. And by all accounts, it's a transcendently weird joyride through the heart of nonconformity.
Just as Motorola was getting its act together and releasing brilliant hardware after years of, well, dirge, they're now splitting down the middle into two independent companies—on one side the phone division, the other, wireless networking. Don't glare at your Droid and vow to never put more money into Motorola,…
How annoying is it to get to a hotel and find that you're facing land instead having an ocean view? At the Šolta Island Resort that won't be an issue, because it rotates to give everyone a nice sight.
According to GamesIndustry.biz, Sony's in the middle of working on a PlayStation 3 controller that splits into two units, giving the player motion-sensing functionality much like the Wiimote + Nunchuk combination on the Wii. Their source knows of no official announcement timeline, but working units have been given to…