The trailer shows we're getting even more personalities that didn't get screentime in Split, and clearly McAvoy is having a blast playing children, adults, religious zealots, multiple genders and villains all in one.
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The story followed up on the conclusion of 2016's "Split" where it was teased that all three characters would eventually meet. Young, Anya Taylor Joy reprises her role from "Split" as a superhero in the making. And if it's the third instalment of M Night Shyamalan's Eastrail 177 trilogy, just get me the popcorn already. "It's kind of the modern-day equivalent of "I think I'm Jesus" or "I'm an emperor'". Written, directed and produced by Shyamalan, it's now scheduled for a January 18th, 2019 release and we simply can not wait to lay eyes on it.
Last night the long awaited and highly anticipated trailer for Glass arrived online from Universal Pictures, and now the studio has debuted an official look at the film's Comic-Con poster done by legendary comic book artist Alex Ross (a fun nod to Unbreakable's roots). Based on the clip, which you can see above, Glass is largely set in a psychiatric hospital, where Kenneth Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy), Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), and David Dunn (Bruce Willis) are all being treated by Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson).