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Not a lot to go on so far, but it’s good enough for me.
It will take the director and star back to Philadelphia, the setting of both of their previous films together.
First Look At M. Night Shyamalan’s Wayward Pines, Zal Batmanglij And Charlotte Sieling Also Directing
The image features Siobhan Fallon, Matt Dillon and Melissa Leo – three more good reasons to tune in.
Peter David is the media-hopping writer behind Star Trek novels, Hulk comic books and Babylon 5 TV episodes, amongst literally hundreds of other genre pieces in just about every medium I can think of.
I’d love Unbreakable 2 and 3 to finally come to fruition… but will they?
Just in case you’re scared of big budgets, cinema screens or A-list talent, here are some alternatives to the new Guillermo Del Toro and M. Night Shyamalan movies.
They’ve saved the birds and the bees talk for when you see the whole movie.
I believe M. Night Shyamalan has several more first rate pictures in him. I hope that After Earth will be one of them.
Seems like there’s scope for some head-on fun with ideas about evolution vs. invention here, and how mankind has survived through application of technology. And then there’s some Will Smith being shouty stuff too. Something for everyone?
It’s happening again.
It’s not just the absence of Will Smith that makes this picture the best yet: it’s the costume.
The Golden Raspeberries took place last night, one night ahead of The Oscars as is now traditional. It wasn’t quite a Last Airbender avalanche, thanks in no small part to Sex and the City 2. I have to say I’m …
It’s a first: M. Night Shyamalan is to direct a movie from a screenplay he didn’t write himself. I’m a little surprised, maybe even disappointed. I’ve got a lot of love for his scripts for The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Signs …
M. Night Shyamalan always promised that Unbreakable was designed as just one movie in a series, comparing it to a first issue in a run of comics, and that he had some great ideas for a follow up waiting in …
In this virally-spreading YouTube clip, you’ll hear how a cinema audience react to M. Night Shyamalan’s credit in the trailer for Devil. It doesn’t sound pretty. Of course, it’s fashionable to rag on Night. I’ve not seen Airbender – the …