Night Shyamalan-Universal's 'Unbreakable' Sequel 'Glass' Adds Disney as Distributor

Night Shyamalan-Universal's 'Unbreakable' Sequel 'Glass' Adds Disney as Distributor

Variety also reports that Disney is joining forces with Universal to serve as the film's distributor; although the budget will be low by blockbuster standards, this will likely make Glass the highest-profile film to come out of Blumhouse Production's stable so far.

Universal Pictures and Buena Vista International announced today that principal photography has begun in Philadelphia on Glass, from filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan.

The sequel to M Night Shyamalan's modern classic Unbreakable has begun shooting, to the delight of the film's fans. Split star Anya Taylor-Joy, who played Casey, Kevin's sole surviving victim, also returns, while American Horror Story vet and Golden Globe victor Sarah Paulson is among the new additions. Also along for the ride will be Sara Paulson (American Horror Story), accompanied by more original cast members from Unbreakable. Nevertheless, in terms of filming and schedules, it's good to know that the cameras are now rolling for real and that everything is on track for Glass' scheduled January 2019 release.

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Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds Dunn pursuing Crumb's superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.

According to August's synopsis, Glass will see Bruce Willis's "unbreakable" David Dunn return to track down James McAvoy's Kevin Wendell Crumb and his scary alter-ego, the Beast. We'll be sure to keep you up to date as any new information about Glass, including set photos or a teaser trailer, is made available, but until then, take a look at the start of production tweets from M. The thriller grossed $248.1 million worldwide.

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