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New Blu-ray Releases: ‘Glass’, ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’, ‘Dragged Across Concrete’, ‘Replicas’, ‘The Witch’; Plus: the ‘Escape Room’ in a Box

Physical media will live forever! That’s what I keep telling myself every night as I cry myself to sleep. For now, at least, physical media is sticking around, and that’s where this column comes in – rounding up the Blu-ray releases you might want to check out, while Blu-rays still exist. This week, we have the confusing conclusion to M. Night Shyamalan’s superhero trilogy; a charming Amblin-esque throwback from the director of Attack the Block; Keanu Reeves playing God; a crime-thriller guaran...
Tags: England, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Horror, Sci-fi, Features, Glass, Sony, James McAvoy, Merlin, Sony Pictures, Jackson, Mel Gibson, Patrick Stewart, Rebecca Ferguson

‘Glass’ Honest Trailer: Well, We’re Not Sure What We Expected

Earlier this year, Glass hit theaters, bringing together M. Night Shyamalan‘s 19-year old grounded superhero drama Unbreakable and his kidnapping thriller Split into one single universe where a superhero finally faces off with two powerful super villains. And by face off, we meet quietly and calmly sit next to each other while a conniving doctor tries to convince them that they’re not characters from a real life comic book. It’s…something else, and the Glass Honest Trailer is just as perplexed ...
Tags: Movies, Glass, Universal, Lol, Split, Honest Trailers, Unbreakable, Shyamalan, Disney/Pixar, Video Of The Day

Win M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Unbreakable’ Trilogy, Including an Autographed ‘Glass’ Blu-ray

M. Night Shyamalan‘s Unbreakable trilogy (unofficially dubbed the Eastrail 177 Trilogy by some) has come to a close. The filmmaker started things off with Unbreakable in 2000, and then secretly followed-up with Split in 2017. Earlier this year, the filmmaker released Glass, bringing the threads of the previous two films together. Now, Glass is hitting Blu-ray, and we’re hosting a contest to celebrate. You can win a bundle which includes all three films in the trilogy on Blu-ray, including a cop...
Tags: Movies, Glass, Sequels, Contests, Split, David Dunn, Unbreakable, Blu, Shyamalan, M.-Night-Shyamalan, DVD/Blu-Ray, Night Shyamalan, Raven Hill Memorial Hospital, Sound of Glass Composer West Dylan Thordson, Glass Raven Hill Memorial Roam

Exclusive ‘Glass’ Clip Highlights the Stunt Work of M. Night Shyamalan’s Sequel

M. Night Shyamalan wraps up his superhero trilogy with Glass, a film that brings the events of Unbreakable and Split to a big, shocking conclusion. Glass drops onto Blu-ray this week, and in honor of the impending home media release, we have an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip. The footage showcases the stunts on display in Shyamalan’s film, and the work that went into creating them. Watch the Glass clip below. Glass Clip – Stunts  I’m an unapologetic M. Night Shyamalan fan, and I consi...
Tags: Movies, Glass, Sequels, James McAvoy, Video Clips, Dunn, Shyamalan, Touchstone, Behind the Scenes Footage, Night Shyamalan, Split Glass, M. Night Syamalan, David Alone at Bar Patricia Talks, Pierce Casey, David Submits, Shyamalan Star James McAvoy

The 7 Best James McAvoy Movies

The 7 Best James McAvoy Movies James McAvoy first came to the attention of many as Mr. Tumnus in the Disney adaptation of the C.S. Lewis’ fantasy novel The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe . He entered the mind of others still with the period piece Atonement and the ostentatious action film Wanted . Today, he is a household name. He enjoys a significant level of attention, mainly for his continuing performances as Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men franc...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Berlin, Disney, Glass, Article, Normandy, Morgan Freeman, James McAvoy, X-men, Band Of Brothers, Saoirse Ronan, Eleanor, Lewis, Conor, Chastain

‘Glass’ Blu-ray Arrives In April, Featuring Over an Hour of Special Features and 12 Deleted Scenes

Glass, the conclusion to M. Night Shyamalan‘s trilogy that started with Unbreakable and continued with Split, underwhelmed critics, but that didn’t keep audiences away. The movie was a huge hit, and now the Glass Blu-ray is headed our way. Glass will be available on Digital, 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand in April, and the release will be loaded with over an hour of special features. Glass Blu-ray I’m a ride or die Shyamalan defender. I never gave up on the filmmaker, even when...
Tags: Movies, Digital, Glass, Sequels, James-McAvoy, Samuel-L-Jackson, David Dunn, Bruce-Willis, Unbreakable, Blu, Shyamalan, Comic Book/Superhero, M.-Night-Shyamalan, Home Video, DVD/Blu-Ray, Night Shyamalan

M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass Blu-ray Set for April Release

BEGIN SLIDESHOW M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass blu-ray set for April release The third film in M. Night Shyamalan’s unconventional superhero trilogy Glass will be ready for home video this April. The film completes the story that began with 2000’s Unbreakable and continued in 2016 with Split. You can buy a digital copy of Glass on April 2, and the 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand release will hit shelves starting April 16th. Pre-order your own copy by clicking here! ...
Tags: Movies, Glass, M. Night Shyamalan, David Dunn, Shyamalan, McAvoy, Elijah Price Samuel L Jackson, Blu-ray release, James MacAvoy, Raven Hill Memorial Hospital, DVD release, David Dunn Bruce Willis Kevin Wendell Crumb, Dylan Thordson

‘The LEGO Movie 2’ Wins Weekend Box Office But Still Disappoints, Liam Neeson’s ‘Cold Pursuit’ Gets Iced

The weekend box office numbers are in, and even though the animated sequel The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part took the top spot, it performed well below expectations. The LEGO Movie 2 was expected to open with at least $50 million last weekend, but it only ended up with a haul of $34.4 million. That’s roughly half of what The LEGO Movie earned in its opening weekend back in 2014. Is this a case of franchise fatigue for the building brick property? Or did the marketing for the sequel just not app...
Tags: Movies, Glass, Animation, Sequels, Liam Neeson, Box Office, Mel Gibson, Paramount Pictures, The Prodigy, Taraji P Henson, Box Office Mojo, Lego Movie, Adam Shankman, The Lego Movie 2, The Upside, What Men Want

‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World’ Soars at International and Early Access Screenings, ‘Glass’ Stays Strong Domestically

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is flying high at the box office, and it hasn’t even hit U.S. theaters yet. But while Glass holds strong at the domestic box office for a third weekend in a row, it better prepare to deal with a fiery competitor, as How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World rakes in millions at the overseas box office and at early access screenings. It’s three weeks away from the U.S. release of How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, but expect it to blast awa...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Mexico, International, Glass, Animation, United Kingdom, Italy, Korea, Sony, Dreamworks, Dean Deblois, Box Office, North America, Hotel Transylvania, Variety It

The Morning Watch: James McAvoy Returns as Mr. Tumnus, Goes Behind the Scenes at ‘SNL’ & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, James McAvoy takes us behind the scenes of his debut hosting stint at Saturday Night Live with his own video diary. Plus, the late night sketch series had the actor reprise his role as Mr. Tumnus from The Ch...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Glass, Snl, James-McAvoy, Lol, Samuel L Jackson, Narnia, Bruce Willis, Lorne Michaels, Video Of The Day, Saturday-Night-Live, Tumnus, The-Chronicles-of-Narnia, The Morning Watch, HBO First

The Morning Watch: Questioning M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’, ‘Pet Sematary’ Comparison & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, some important questions are asked about M. Night Shyamalan‘s Glass that might make you rethink the logic of the movie. Plus, find out the differences between Stephen King’s Pet Sematary and the film adaptat...
Tags: Movies, Stephen King, Glass, Chewbacca, Cinefix, Shyamalan, Star-Wars, Video Of The Day, M.-Night-Shyamalan, Pet Sematary, The Morning Watch

/Filmcast Ep. 501 – Glass

  The cast returns for Glass, the much anticipated M. Night Shyamalan movie. Stay for the after dark on not one but two documentaries about the disastrous FYRE festival. Check out Dave’s video review of the Fyre Fraud and Fyre on Youtube, the skit Jeff mentioned of Waiters who are Nauseated by Food on the Dana Carvey Show, and the GoFundMe page of the caterers affected by the FYRE festival. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1...
Tags: Movies, Cold War, Glass, Dave, Netflix, Hulu, Jeff, Dannemora, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Dana Carvey, M. Night Shayamalan, Simonmharris, Kyle Hillinger, Can You Ever Forgive Me, Facebook Shownotes

The Morning Watch: Best Supporting Animal, M. Night Shyamalan Dissects ‘Glass’ Fan Theories & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, director M. Night Shyamalan and co-stars James McAvoy and Sarah Paulson break down fan theories from Reddit about Glass. Plus, check out some of the Best Supporting Animals from film and television, and find...
Tags: Movies, Glass, Reddit, James-McAvoy, Roma, Sarah-Paulson, Vanity Fair, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, Benji, Star-Wars, Video Of The Day, Venom, Murphy Brown, M.-Night-Shyamalan, Isle of Dogs, Game Night

‘Glass’ Tops the Weekend Box Office While a ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Movie Makes a Surprising Debut

January is usually dead when it comes to the box office, but this month has brought some high performers. Last weekend, The Upside surprised everyone by over-performing and taking the top spot away from Aquaman. This weekend, Glass landed in the top spot, albeit a little under expectations. But the real surprise came from the debut of FUNimation Dragon Ball Super: Broly, a low key release that somehow ended up landing the #3 spot. Get the full rundown of Glass box office and the rest of the wee...
Tags: Movies, US, Glass, United States, Box Office, Aquaman, Martin Luther King Jr, Box Office Mojo, Hotel Transylvania, Sony Animation, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, The Upsdie

‘Glass’ Spoiler Review: Breaking Down M. Night Shyamalan’s Disastrous Sequel to ‘Unbreakable’ and ‘Split’

“Please enjoy this film that took 19 years to make!” This sentence greeted me as I sat down at a pre-release screening of Glass last week, as the final part of a letter from its writer/producer/director M. Night Shyamalan to the audience. The upshot of the letter was basically, “Please don’t spoil Glass” (which I’m about to do, so…sorry!) but I could not help but latch onto that last sentence as I steeled myself for the crossover between two of Shyamalan’s earlier films, Unbreakable and Spl...
Tags: Movies, Features, Glass, David, Movie Reviews, Sequels, Philadelphia, James McAvoy, Jackson, Sarah Paulson, Samuel L Jackson, David Dunn, Bruce Willis, Joseph, Kevin, Dunn

M. Night Shyamalan Says He’s Had the ‘Glass’ Ending in Mind Since 2000 – But It’s Still the Wrong Choice

Spoilers for Glass follow,obviously. M. Night Shyamalan has completed his superhero trilogy with Glass, now playing in theaters everywhere. The film brings together both Unbreakable and Split for a denouement that left many critics (myself included) rather cold. In my humble opinion, the Glass ending feels like a betrayal of everything I held dear about Unbreakable. But according to Shyamalan himself, he always intended to end his saga this way. M. Night Shyamalan On the Glass Ending In t...
Tags: Movies, Glass, David, Sequels, James McAvoy, Jackson, Split, Sarah Paulson, David Dunn, Unbreakable, Joseph, Kevin, Elijah, Casey, Shyamalan, Ellie

Review: Shyamalan's 'Glass' Shatters Expectations with Strong Themes & Powerhouse Performances

Indian-American filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan first gained major acclaimed for his 1999 supernatural horror drama The Sixth Sense. That film was a commercial and critical success and was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. His next big feature released in 2000, the ambitious Unbreakable, kickstarted the modern comic book movie boom alongside Bryan Singer's X-Men, also released the same year. Shyamalan's Unbreakable, which co-star...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Review, Sci-fi, Glass, James McAvoy, Jon Favreau, M. Night Shyamalan, Split, Sarah Paulson, Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis, Unbreakable, Willis, Shyamalan, Sam Raimi

The Unpopular Opinion: ‘Glass’ is a Bold and Brilliant Climax to M. Night Shyamalan’s Superhero Trilogy

(Welcome to The Unpopular Opinion, a series where a writer goes to the defense of a much-maligned film or sets their sights on a movie seemingly beloved by all. In this edition: M. Night Shyamalan‘s critically lambasted Glass is actually good!) Reactions from critics to the Unbreakable trilogy have grown increasingly divisive with each film – not unlike reactions to M. Night Shyamalan’s work as a whole. It was only years later, after the subsequent surge of studio attempts to make “gritty”...
Tags: Movies, America, Features, Glass, David, Seattle, Jude Law, Ryan Murphy, David Dunn, Patricia, Kevin, Elijah, Casey, Shyamalan, Nick Fury, McAvoy

‘Glass’ Could Shatter $60 Million During Opening Weekend, ‘LEGO Movie 2’ Tracking For $55 Million Opening

The box office tracking numbers have arrived, and M. Night Shyamalan‘s new superhero sequel Glass could end up having the highest-grossing opening weekend of any of his films thus far. Meanwhile, The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part is currently on track for an opening somewhere between $45-$55 million in its first weekend, a significant drop from $69 million the original movie pulled in during that stretch. Get more details below. The Hollywood Reporter has the latest bit of Glass box office t...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Glass, Animation, Sequels, Liam Neeson, Box Office, Universal, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Warner Brothers, Taraji P Henson, Hollywood Reporter, Shyamalan, Mike Mitchell, Comic Book/Superhero

M. Night Shyamalan Has Been Self-Financing His Recent Films

Want to know how M. Night Shyamalan got back on top after falling from grace? He paid his way. The filmmaker, who has Glass hitting theaters this week, has been self-financing his recent films – The Visit, Split and now Glass. Shyamalan puts up the money for the movies himself, enabling him to maintain creative control. It’s a gamble, and so far, it’s paid off, and helped him reclaim box office (if not always critical) glory. Glass, which hits theaters this week, is likely headed towards a $...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Glass, Pennsylvania, Sequels, Split, Forbes, The Visit, Variety, Shyamalan, M.-Night-Shyamalan, Business and Industry News, Shyamalan Shyamalan, Glass Shyamalan

Movie Mixtape: 6 Movies to See After You See ‘Glass’

The first act of The Incredibles is still the fairest portrayal of what superhero home life would look like. The flurry of domestic bliss and panic mirrors a lot of families with young children, but there’s an additional anxious hum to the rhythm of their lives. That fear of being caught, of suppressing who they are for the “greater good” of a fearful, misinformed larger society imbues every choice they make. Yet it’s only one family. One view on what it might be like for a very small group of ...
Tags: Vince Gilligan, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Superman, Features, Glass, Iron Man, Meryl Streep, Batman, Dc, Will Smith, James Gunn, Smith, Jason Bateman, Goldie Hawn, Mcclane

‘Saturday Night Live’ Taps ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ and ‘Glass’ Stars as January Hosts

It’s a new year, but the 44th season of Saturday Night Live is only halfway done. The late night sketch series returns this weekend with first-time host Rachel Brosnahan, who has been getting acclaim and awards left and right for her leading role on the Amazon series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Then later this month, SNL will bring even more characters out of James McAvoy beyond those he plays as the split personality monster from M. Night Shyamalan’s Split and the upcoming Glass. Not too long...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Glass, Snl, James-McAvoy, Cecily Strong, Maisel, McAvoy, Saturday-Night-Live, Rachel Brosnahan, Mrs Maisel, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Greta Van Fleet

The Morning Watch: ‘Hamlet’ By Way of ‘Star Wars’, ‘The Sopranos’ 20 Years Later & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch a new take on Hamlet that takes the famous Shakespearean soliloquy from the play and gives it to a Stormtrooper on Tatooine from Star Wars. Plus, The Sopranos creator David Chase and star Edie Falco re...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Glass, David-Chase, William Shakespeare, The New York Times, James McAvoy, Steve-Carell, Ron Burgundy, Hamlet, Brick Tamland, Edie-Falco, Star-Wars, Video Of The Day, The-Sopranos, The Morning Watch

The Worst Pain in the World, Bendable Phones, and Joshua Tree: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Ten hut, Gizmodo readers! Do you have a New Year’s Resolution you should be working on? Do not answer that rhetorical question, because yours are the feeble dreams of weaklings and mine is to whip this sorry, good-for-nothing blog audience squad into shape!Read more...
Tags: Food, Gadgets, Comics, Astronomy, TV, Science, Technology, Privacy, Syfy, Ces, Glass, Surveillance, Physics, Birds, International Space Station, Ocean

Sequel Bits: ‘Avatar’, ‘Toy Story 4’, ‘Glass’, ‘Bird Box’, ‘The Amityville Murders,’ ‘Mallrats 2’, ‘The LEGO Movie 2’, ‘Mary Poppins’, ‘Rambo 5’

In this edition of Sequel Bits: Bob Iger talks the future of Avatar. Check out a new image from Toy Story 4. Watch a comic book-style trailer for Glass. Will there be a Bird Box sequel? The Amityville Murders trailer takes you back to that famous haunted house. Kevin Smith pitched a Mallrats sequel series to Hulu, Netflix and more. Behold a new poster for The LEGO Movie 2 Mary Poppins Returns sequel in early development. Sylvester Stallone shares yet another Rambo 5 image. The big Disney-...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Mexico, Wikipedia, Russia, Sci-fi, Disney, Digital, America, Glass, Netflix, Animation, Sequels, Arizona, Showtime, Adaptation

‘Glass’ Clips Reveal Secrets Behind M. Night Shyamalan’s New Thriller

Glass smashes into theaters next week, and if you’re still looking forward to the M. Night Shyamalan film (despite mostly-negative early reviews), there’s a while bundle of Glass clips awaiting you below. First, take a look inside the film with a behind-the-scenes featurette. Then, watch a clip from the film in which Mr. Glass meets one of Kevin Wendell Crumb’s personalities. Finally, watch Shyamalan break down one of the pivotal scenes from the movie. I’ve already seen Glass, and…I did not ...
Tags: Movies, Glass, Sequels, James-McAvoy, Jackson, Sarah-Paulson, Samuel-L-Jackson, James, Video Clips, Patricia, Kevin, Elijah, Shyamalan, Ellie, McAvoy, Comic Book/Superhero

Watch David Dunn Battle The Horde in the Latest Glass Clip

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Watch David Dunn battle The Horde in the latest Glass clip In the latest clip for Glass, David Dunn (Bruce Willis) faces off against The Horde (James McAvoy). While Dunn may have super-strength, his abilities will be pushed to the limit when dealing with The Horde’s many personalities — particularly The Beast. EW got an exclusive look at the fight scene, which you can watch below. Exclusive: Watch Bruce Willis' David Dunn take on James McAvoy's Beast in a new clip from #...
Tags: Movies, Glass, James McAvoy, North America, American Horror Story, Sarah Paulson, Jason Blum, Samuel L Jackson, Universal Pictures, David Dunn, Bruce Willis, Clark, Dunn, Shyamalan, ComingSoon, Anya Taylor Joy

Superhero Bits: ‘World of Warcraft’ Honors Stan Lee, John Glover May Appear in ‘Shazam’ & More

What is the Rotten Tomatoes score for M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass? How did World of Warcraft pay tribute to Stan Lee? Does Smallville star John Glover have a role in Shazam? How did Peter Parker make his perfect Spider-Man suit? Who is Samuel L. Jackson‘s favorite Avenger? When does DC’s Legends of Tomorrow return from the midseason break? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The Thing has a long history in Marvel Comics, and this edition of The Pull List hits some finer mom...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Glass, Batgirl, Black Widow, Batman, Thor, Stan-Lee, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Cw, Aquaman, Smallville, Samuel L Jackson, Shazam

New Glass Featurette Gives Inside Look At Different Comic Book World

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New Glass featurette gives inside look at different comic book world Universal Pictures have released a new featurette for M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, which gives audiences an inside look at how comic books shaped the world of the characters in the film and the mentality of Sarah Paulson’s psychiatrist Ellie Staple. Check it out in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = P...
Tags: Movies, Glass, James McAvoy, North America, Sarah Paulson, Jason Blum, Universal Pictures, Bruce Willis, Clark, Dunn, Shyamalan, Ellie, Featurette, Movie News, Anya Taylor Joy, Steven Schneider

‘Glass’ Review: M. Night Shyamalan’s Superhero Sequel Is Anything But Super

With Glass, M. Night Shyamalan brings together the worlds of Unbreakable and Split, and the result is depressing and disappointing. After regaining most of his directorial mojo with his most recent work, Shyamalan now takes a huge, unfortunate step backwards, tarnishing the legacy of Unbreakable, his best movie, in the process. In 2000, M. Night Shyamalan dropped Unbreakable on unsuspecting moviegoers. The filmmaker was still riding high from his acclaimed, breakout hit The Sixth Sense, with...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Superman, Features, Glass, David, Movie Reviews, Thriller, Sequels, Philadelphia, Batman, Jackson, Split, Sarah-Paulson, Steven Spielberg, Bruce-Willis

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