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Everyone’s trapped under one roof in the latest Glass trailer. M. Night Shyamalan‘s sequel to both Unbreakable and Split brings characters from both of those films together, and sets them loose inside a mental hospital. This new trailer leans heavily on Samuel L. Jackson‘s ominous narration, as his character Elijah Price, AKA Mr. Glass, sets things in motion. “A lot of people are going to get hurt,” he says at one point, and it’s clear he’s not very upset about that. Watch the new Glass trailer below.

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Is Die Hard a Christmas Movie

It’s the holiday season, which means it’s time for being to argue incessantly over whether or not Die Hard is a Christmas movie. Every year, this subject comes up, to the point where the argument has grown tired and stale. Hoping to put an end to this once and for all,  a new survey was conducted, and came up with a definitive result: most people don’t consider Die Hard a Christmas movie. Obviously, this will be the last time this is ever discussed, and we can all move on now, right?

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glass tv spot

Before Christopher Nolan gave superheroes the serious treatment with his Dark Knight trilogy, M. Night Shyamalan brought us Unbreakable, a film that asked: what if superheroes really existed?

Now, Shyamalan finishes what he started with Glass, a sequel to both Unbreakable and his 2017 thriller Split. Unbreakable‘s Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson are back, and they’re going to have to deal with Split‘s James McAvoy and his many personalities. A new Glass TV spot below features new footage of the real-world superhero action.

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Fan Bingbing scandal

Normally, we probably wouldn’t have paid much attention to Air Strike, a small World War II thriller starring Bruce Willis. But the film was supposed to receive a theatrical release in China next week, and that has now been scrapped in the wake of the recent Fan Bingbing scandal, which we haven’t really covered yet on the site. Read on to learn about what’s been going on with one of China’s most popular actresses, and how the fallout has affected this movie.
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Unbreakable fans have been hoping for a sequel for years, but almost no one expected it to happen like this. At the end of SplitM. Night Shyamalan revealed that the multiple-personality thriller was set in the same universe as his superhero deconstruction film. Now, Unbreakable and Split join together for Glass, a movie that looks to turn the superhero film as we know it upside down. Watch the latest Glass trailer below.  Read More »

The ‘Die Hard 6’ Title Is Now ‘McClane’

Die Hard 6 title

Die Hard 6, the unnecessary Die Hard prequel/sequel, has a new name. The working title for the latest Bruce Willis action flick was Die Hard: Year One, but you can now officially call the movie McClane. The film will follow both the present-day John McClane in his 60s, and a younger, 20-something McClane just starting out on the force.

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MoviePass movies

Making a movie is extraordinarily difficult even under optimal conditions. But that’s not stopping MoviePass from trying to make one themselves while they’re desperately trying to avoid an all-out tailspin into financial ruin. MoviePass Films has just cast Bruce Willis in a ludicrous-sounding new thriller called 10 Minutes Gone, the newest of three MoviePass movies under the company’s subsidiary production company.
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Blind Date remake

The people have demandedBlind Date remake, and Sony is going to deliver. The studio is currently developing a remake of the 1987 Bruce Willis, Kim Basinger comedy that marked Willis’ first starring role in a feature film. Someone, somewhere out there has a great original screenplay just waiting to be discovered. But they’ll have to get in line. The Blind Date remake comes first.

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Glass trailer breakdown

Fans have been waiting for a sequel to Unbreakable for 18 years. Now, M. Night Shyamalan is delivering that, and then some. Shyamalan’s Glass serves as both a sequel to Unbreakable and his recent thriller Split, and brings together James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, and Samuel L. Jackson. The Glass trailer dropped during Comic-Con, and it did not disappoint. Below, our Glass trailer breakdown delves into the twists and turns in Shyamalan’s latest.

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Glass Comic-Con

Audiences who remembered M. Night Shyamalan‘s comic book-inspired thriller Unbreakable from 2000 had their mind blown when the end of the director’s 2016 film Split featured a surprise final scene that put the two films in the same universe. Now Shyamalan is returning to that world with Glass, a movie bringing together Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy together for some kind of revelatory showdown. The first trailer has plenty to reveal, but we have a bit more on the exciting sequel straight from Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con. Read More »