Glass sequel – how Shyamalan's world can continue without a direct sequel


Note: Contains the main spoiler for Glass and finally.

After making fans wait for 19 years, Glass successfully completed the trilogy which began in the 2000s Cannot be solved and suddenly continues in 2017 Dividing – but not without leaving some tempting questions.

Unfortunately, writer M Night Shyamalan seems quite sure that this is her and there will be no follow-up. "For me, that [the end]emotionally. I don't want to revive things and I don't want to be opportunist, it's not the relationship I have with the audience, which I aspire to, "he told Digital Spy end of October.

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And just in case we thought he had changed his mind, Shyamalan confirmed his current position Digital Spy just. "For me, here it is. I like the idea it feels like the story continues and for you to imagine," he explained.

"Even Cannot be solved and Dividing all have the same feeling in the end, "Oh, this continues". I like that the story isn't finished yet, but I won't necessarily continue. "

And it's clear how the story can continue, even without a direct sequel – but to explain how, we must go to spoiler region. See now if you don't want to Glass and the revelations are destroyed for you.

So, if you've seen it GlassYou will know that the direct sequel is very unlikely to remember that the three characters returning – Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy), David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and Elijah Price (Samuel L Jackson) – all died.

They were all victims of a secret organization that was part of Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson). This organization – whose members wear clover tattoos on their wrists – has worked for 10,000 years to maintain order and ensure that there are no "Gods", AKA superheroes, among us. Their method seems to kill whatever comes up or convince them that they are not superhuman – as Dr. Staple.

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James McAvoy as Kevin Wendell Crumb, Bruce Willis as David Dunn in Glass

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However, basically that's what we know about organizations that – Shyamalan confirmed Digital Spy – doesn't even have a name. So while the sequel may immediately come out of the question, it feels as though there is plenty of room for spin-offs about this organization.

In the end, we see Dr. Staple talking about moving to the next city to continue the work of the organization, where they will be busier than before.

In the cruel turns of fate before his death, Elijah proved right after all – that every time a super hero appeared, their opponents were also created. But, predicting his fate, Elijah recorded everything that happened at Raven Hill Memorial and sent it to his mother, David's son, Joseph and Casey Cooke, along with a posthumous message that they were releasing recordings into the world.

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"Others will wake up, trust will spread," Elijah explained and when we saw the recordings coming out at the news station at the end Glass, You leave feeling that secret organizations will have more "Gods" to compete.

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So a spinoff film can investigate this ongoing battle that was once secret, but can threaten to be very common. Similarly, advanced films can investigate the organization's past (such as the future) Kingsman spin-off) and fill in the blanks of who is the mysterious person behind the clover tattoo.

It seems that his mission with David, Kevin and Elijah is one of the first Dr. Staple – if not the first – for the organization, so that spinoffs can use their perspective as a way to their world. If that happens, Sarah Paulson will definitely want to return to that role.

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"God, yes. I keep thinking we never saw this woman at home, we don't know what her personal life is, does she have one? There are a million questions. Yes, we can do Glass… without Mr. Glass, "he said Digital Spy.

And who says it even has to be a movie? Follow-up Glass it could be full meta and become a comic book tie-in. That will certainly make it bigger than possible on the screen, considering that the film budget is relatively low compared to offers like superheroes and Marvel.

Of course, blocking the course of follow-up is Shyamalan herself. He recently said Vulture that he had sequel rights for most of his films for one main reason: "Basically for that reason not do them. "

So it makes sense that he will hold his rights Glass and his character, especially Dr. Staple, which means that if he does not want to follow up in any form, then we will not get an official continuation from the world he founded.

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This would be embarrassing because it's an interesting concept, but sometimes, like the old saying, a little more.

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