Bruce Willis & Samuel L. Jackson Confirmed For UNBREAKABLE/SPLIT Sequel GLASS; Release Date Announced

Bruce Willis & Samuel L. Jackson Confirmed For UNBREAKABLE/SPLIT Sequel GLASS; Release Date Announced

Split director M. Night Shyamalan has taken to social media to finally announce his long-awaited Unbreakable sequel with the movie's official title and a 2019 release date! Come take a look!

Unlike his most recent release, Split, which, due to its brilliant marketing campaign, managed to successfully fly under the radars of many superhero movie aficionados, director M. Night Shaymalan is being a lot more forthcoming with his next directorial venture, which he himself has confirmed will be a sequel to both Split and his 2000 cult classic Unbreakable.

He took to Twitter earlier this afternoon to announce that he has completed the first draft of the film's script and revealed that Golden Globe-winner Bruce Willis (Die Hard), Academy Award-nominee Samuel L. Jackson (Avengers: Infinity War), Golden Globe-nominee James McAvoy (X-Men), and Anya Taylor Joy (Thoroughbred) will all be back for the sequel, reprising their roles from the previous two films.


Shaymalan also revealed the film's official title, which pays homage to the series' most iconic villain: Glass

Glass will once again be distributed by Universal Pictures and will bow in theaters on January 18, 2019.



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