Glass TV Trailer Unleashes Unbreakable Superhumans on the World
The Last Glass A TV commercial unites the wicked. The highly anticipated sequel of Mr. Night Shyamalan in Unbreakable and Split is more than a few months away from movie theaters and, as the new spot says "It will not be like a comic book." Shyamalan was asked to follow up Unbreakable for years, and he finally unveiled it in the best possible way at the end of 2016, in the film Split which linked this film to the others. 2000 fan favorite in a surprising way that brought the director back to the top of his game.
Now, Glass brings together Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis from Unbreakable , adding James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy of Split. The results seem violent and deranged, with most of the new TV ads focusing on the bad guys, Mr. Glass and The Beast. McAvoy seems really terrifying in the film, taking his performance from to Split and accelerating it a bit. David Dunn of Willis is barely presented here, leaving a dark feeling.
Elijah of Samuel L. Jackson, aka Glass looks pull the strings here, opposing the Beast to David Dunn. It is unclear how and why Elijah does this, but it will be explained when the film comes out early next year. Is he trying to find more superhumans, or just to make a remark? Knowing Mr. Night Shyamalan, the story will present some twists that will link together the worlds of Split and Unbreakable . Although it sounds simple, Shyamalan has a lot of pressure on his shoulders to release a film that has been waiting for fans for almost 20 years.
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Glass Proves that Samuel L. Jackson's Elijah tries to show Sarah Paulson's Dr. Ellie Staple that superhumans really exist. He may be in an institution for criminals alienated, but Elijah is once again up to his old tricks, and the world is about to see The Beast uncovered, tearing people apart. Elijah does everything possible to explain the existence of the superhumans, but Dr. Staple is not yet quite convinced. It will be very interesting to see how everything goes and how Mr. Night Shyamalan brings these characters back to the center of attention.
Glass is touring on January 18, 2019. The hype is high enough for the long-awaited sequel. Mr. Night Shyamalan keeps most of the story under cover for obvious reasons, but it will not be a normal superhero movie. It certainly looks more like a thriller than anything, with some mysteries. James McAvoy's The Beast is much more sinister this time, which is sure to leave a lasting impression on the audience who were surprised by his performance in Split . While waiting for the film to come out in theaters, you can watch the latest TV spot below, thanks to the YouTube Universal Pictures channel.