Dividing is a well-received film that has a twist ending binding it Cannot be solved. Now the M. Night Shyamalan trilogy will come together Glass. The original story looks like a twist on a superhero movie. Because superhero films take over the box office, some people might assume that there are plans for more sequels but is that true? Here is everything you need to know about whether there will be more films that expand the trilogy universe.
M. Night Shyamalan said that he was finished with this universe afterwards Glass
In the film, Cannot be solved David Dunn (Bruce Willis) survived the train collision and realized that he could not be broken. He also really understands dangerous people. Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson) who has fragile bones becomes a villain nicknamed Mr. Glass. Dividing later released showed a man named Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) who had 23 kidnapping female personalities. Glass shows Dunn reunited with Mr. Glass and then meets Kevin Wendell Crumb and his personality.
It took time to make this original film world built. So fans of science fiction films may be disappointed to learn that the director isn't planning to return to this world again.
"I have many original stories that I want to tell," M. Night Shyamalan told Entertainment Weekly. "I am an original filmmaker and I want to keep telling new stories and new characters. It's nice for me to know a new language, and then learn it, and try to get an audience in two hours to learn, and receive it, and really find their way. "
He teased what he planned next, "Yes, I have two ideas and I feel afterwards Glass open, I will start writing "and" I try to decide which one to do next. I lean towards one to the other for the next. "
The director also said he must be inspired to expand the story
Maybe there is still a possibility that Shyamalan will return to the universe. When asked if he planned to have more sequels, he told Den of Geek "No." But then he said, "You never know. I have to be inspired. The chance to do it is cessation – you know, that could be a driving factor that doesn't feel great as a writer."
There may be more films considering there are 16 of them Cannot be solved and Dividing. The author says endgame always unites three characters. "I always want it to be David, Kevin, and Elijah. It's always in my head. And there is always a feeling that we will end up in a mental hospital. It's always there. "
So there are no concrete plans to expand the universe around David Dunn, Mr. Glass, and Kevin Wendell Crumb. However, there might be something more in the future if M. Night Shyamalan is inspired.
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