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In Glass, David Dunn, Kevin Crumb, and Mr. Glass meet psychiatrist Dr. Staple played by Sarah Paulson, who may have already been mentioned in Split.
After being outed by many Hollywood studios, a new report reveals that M. Night Shyamalan personally financed The Visit, Split, and Glass.
M. Night Shamyalan's biggest twist wound up being that Split was a secret sequel to Unbreakable all along-- and he had a plan for Glass.
Glass star James McAvoy reveals he was shocked the psychological horror, Split, was a follow-up to 2000's superhero drama, Unbreakable.
Glass unites Unbreakable and Split's hero and villains but we explore whether M. Night Shyamalan secretly hid Kevin Crumb in Unbreakable all along.
All the most important plot points of Unbreakable and Split that viewers should remember before watching the sequel, Glass.
M. Night Shyamalan reveals the villain of Split was set to appear in his 2000 superhero drama Unbreakable, but that was cut to focus on David Dunn.
Glass director M. Night Shyamalan may be ending his connected universe with the upcoming film; he says he has no interest in making another sequel.
Exclusive: M. Night Shyamalan says he's approaching his Unbreakable and Split sequel, Glass, as a thriller that just happens to feature superheroes.
M. Night Shyamalan's Glass pits Bruce Willis against the villain from Split, and he has the power to stop him. But is this what Mr. Glass wants?
M. Night Shyamalan reveals he cast James McAvoy in Split after the two had a fateful encounter at a San Diego Comic-Con 2015 party.
The first look photos for Glass feature Unbreakable's Mr. Glass and David Dunn together with Split's Kevin Crumb in the M. Night Shyamalan film.
M. Night Shyamalan confirms that he and his Glass cast will be attending San Diego Comic-Con 2018, possibly with a trailer in tow.
Split star Anya Taylor-Joy was completely unaware of the film's connection to Unbreakable during filming and only found out prior to a screening.
M. Night Shymalan screens 12 minutes of Glass for his distributors and seems happy with the reaction to the movie preview footage.
Kevin, a man with at least 23 different personalities, is compelled to abduct three teenage girls. As they are held captive, a final personality - "The Beast" - begins to materialize.