Superb First Trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's Highly Anticipated 'Glass'

July 20, 2018
Source: YouTube

Glass Teaser Trailer

"This is not a cartoon, this is the real world." Universal has revealed the first official teaser trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's Glass, the highly anticipated sequel to Shyamalan's Split from 2016, which turned out to be a secret sequel to Unbreakable. Glass combines all three and brings back all of the characters: James McAvoy as Kevin Wendell Crumb, a serial killer with 24 personalities; Bruce Willis as the "unbreakable" David Dunn; and Samuel L. Jackson as the frail evil villain Elijah Price, aka Mr. Glass. The full cast also includes Sarah Paulson as their psychiatrist, Anya Taylor-Joy, Spencer Treat Clark, Luke Kirby, Charlayne Woodard, and Rob Yang. This is a hell of a first trailer, really getting right into it and giving us some footage that looks fantastic. I am more than sold on this, it looks even better than I was expecting.

Here's the first official trailer (+ two posters) for M. Night Shyamalan's Glass, direct from YouTube:

Glass Teaser Poster

Glass Teaser Poster

Security guard David Dunn (Bruce Willis) uses his unique supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy), a disturbed man who has 24 personalities. Glass is both written and directed by American filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan, director of the films Praying with Anger, Wide Awake, The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Signs, The Village, Lady in the Water, The Happening, The Last Airbender, After Earth, The Visit, and Split previously. This is produced by Jason Blum and M. Night Shyamalan, along with Marc Bienstock and Ashwin Rajan, co-produced by John Rusk, and executive produced by Kevin Scott Frakes and Steven Schneider. Universal will be releasing M. Night Shyamalan's Glass in theaters everywhere starting January 18th, 2019 at the beginning of next year. First impression? Who's excited for it already?

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Enjoy it we will!

Oblique on Jul 20, 2018


Watched Unbreakable and Split this week. I didn't think they were too good tbh. Liked some parts and concepts though, and I will be watching Glass as well. But I'm hoping he'll take it to the next level with this one. The trailer is pretty decent.

Efterklang on Jul 20, 2018


I hate things that are popular waaaaahhhh.

Jon Odishaw on Jul 20, 2018


I think they prefer the term 'autistic'

Terry Craig on Jul 21, 2018


Strangely, I never liked Sixth Sense, it looked like a big hoax to me, nothing more. But strangely, I find Unbreakable the best film that Shyamalan ever did. It was the concept I found interesting. And I must say, I want to see what's his next take on all that ...

shiboleth on Jul 20, 2018


Yes I did. And putting the whole crowd on the end of it again ...

shiboleth on Jul 21, 2018


You know whats worse? Your bullshit. Bo or whatever your stupid ass is called, just stfu. Good day twat.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Jul 20, 2018


You have your opinion on them and everyone else has theirs. Why do you take such offense at someone's opinion? Don't act like such a child.

Charles Knowlton on Jul 21, 2018


Most anticipated for sure. Unbreakable was an instant classic in my book.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Jul 20, 2018


Just as superb is the Alex Ross poster!

Transmillion on Jul 20, 2018


Sure is!

Transmillion on Jul 21, 2018


Bo, my new friend! While I certainly respect your opinion(s), I do sometimes get the feeling that you are intentional in your comments to make sure everyone knows how beneath you these works are in your eyes. I get it. Your tastes resound with the classics and the "real world", but i have to think you have to know when you make these comments that you are going against the majority of the fan base that frequents this site. Right? Now, I'm not asking you to pipe down by any means. I'm just curious of your motivation for posting the equivalent of "this is amateur", while throwing jabs at trend-setting directors such as Tarentino when you have to know it will result in ire. Just curious.

Brando on Jul 21, 2018


When "The Visit" came out they all said this was M. Night back at his craft. It was terrible. Then "split" came out and they said the same thing. It also was terrible. I just don't get the fan base for this director. What do they see in his movies? Pop garbage but with "a twist". Maybe this will be a masterpiece, I don't know and can't say until I've seen it, but what I can say is that the films I have seen of MNS were awful. REALLY awful.

Charles Knowlton on Jul 21, 2018


great trailer,and let me get this straight,The ending of unbreakable is just epic as that of planet of the apes...

ari smulders on Jul 21, 2018


It is a great ending.

grimjob on Jul 21, 2018


the first one with Heston

ari smulders on Jul 22, 2018


As always Jon your posts are immature and reek of the herd mentality. You see, I would think liking things because they are popular is pretty lame and indicative of going with the herd. But hey, that's just me. And heck, I thought I'd blocked you ages ago as you are incapable of intelligent debate regarding differences in opinions on films

hollyd on Jul 21, 2018


...wait a minute... You're not Bo! Doppelganger!!

grimjob on Jul 21, 2018



DAVIDPD on Jul 21, 2018


I liked Sense, Unbreakable, and Signs. Lost interest after that. Haven't seen anything after The Happening. Wouldn't say I'm a fan, nor do I despise the man like many seem to.

grimjob on Jul 22, 2018



THE_RAW_ on Jul 23, 2018


Paulson's character is going to get sliced and diced by the Beast.

DAVIDPD on Jul 21, 2018


You don't think David Dunn is gonna save the day?!?

THE_RAW_ on Jul 23, 2018


I'm thinking it will be his call to action moment. Or it will be done early to show his craziness.

DAVIDPD on Jul 23, 2018


This comment thread turned into something else lol. However with now seeing a trailer, a good one, I'm 70/50 about this movie.

Brandon Cole on Jul 23, 2018


Unbreakable was amazing for the time it came out, SPLIT was completely unexpected and disturbing. How these all culminate into this final film Glass? Idk man, I don't see it, but I'm kind of interested to see how he ties it altogether. As far Shyamalan amounts to a director? He started out hot and then kind of fizzled out. I dug Sixth Sense (the first time only), Unbreakable, Signs (the first time as well) but then things started falling apart after The Village, Lady in Water and I didn't even bother with the Happening. Avatar: The Last Airbender was unwatchable. SPLIT was interesting and James McAvoy MADE that movie. Dude killed it. I'm interested to see where this goes...I'd like to see something as original as Unbreakable. Here's hoping it delivers as his initial films and doesn't fizzle out AGAIN.

THE_RAW_ on Jul 23, 2018

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