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Der unverwundbare David Dunn versucht, dem Gesetz immer einen Schritt voraus zu sein. Dann gerät er mit Kevin Wendell Crumb, dem sogenannten Beast aneinander, einem psychotischen Verrückten, der übermenschliche Stärke und 23 verschiedene. Glass ist ein Thriller von M. Night Shyamalan. Es handelt sich bei dem Film um eine Fortsetzung von Split aus dem Jahr , der eine eigenständige. Glass ein Film von M. Night Shyamalan mit James McAvoy, Bruce Willis. Inhaltsangabe: Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) ist noch immer auf freiem Fuß. 23 Userkritiken zum Film Glass von M. Night Shyamalan mit James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, Anya Taylor-Joy - cakejournal.co Mit Glass verbindet M. Night Shyamalan die Handlung von Unbreakable mit der seines Überraschungserfolgs Split zu einem gemeinsamen Sequel.
Glass: Ein Film von M. Night Shyamalan mit Bruce Willis und Samuel L. Jackson. Vereinende Fortsetzung zu den M. Night Shyamalan-Filmen Unbreakable und. Glass jetzt legal online anschauen. Der Film ist aktuell bei Amazon, Sky Store, iTunes, Google Play, freenet Video, Microsoft, Rakuten TV, Videoload, videociety,. Der unverwundbare David Dunn versucht, dem Gesetz immer einen Schritt voraus zu sein. Dann gerät er mit Kevin Wendell Crumb, dem sogenannten Beast aneinander, einem psychotischen Verrückten, der übermenschliche Stärke und 23 verschiedene.
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It I It Chapter Two Drama Fantasy Horror. Captain Marvel Action Adventure Sci-Fi. David breaks free from his cell and pursues The Beast.
Price, Joseph and Casey arrive just as the trio escape. While David and the Beast fight, Joseph reveals that Kevin's father died in the train wreck caused by Elijah Price nineteen years earlier.
Despite thanking him for his creation, the Beast mortally wounds Elijah out of distrust. Casey manages to bring Kevin's dormant original personality out, inadvertently allowing the police to fatally shoot him.
Staple's men drown David in a flooded pothole while Staple reveals that she is part of a clandestine organization that has been suppressing the existence of superhumans for millennia to keep people from knowing about them and killing those with superhuman abilities as they see them as a threat to the balance of the world.
In the aftermath, Staple deletes the footage from the institution, only to realize Elijah had secretly live-streamed the events to a private network.
Price, Joseph, and Casey all receive a copy of the footage and upload it to the public, exposing the existence of superhumans to the world.
Night Shyamalan reprises his cameo role of Jai, the security guard from Dr. Fletcher's apartment building in Split , who recognizes and questions David Dunn if he worked at the football stadium, indicating that Jai is also the same stadium drug dealer from Unbreakable that David confronted.
After Unbreakable 's release in , rumors of possible sequels began circulating in different interviews and in film fansites. In , Bruce Willis was quoted as hoping for an Unbreakable trilogy.
Night Shyamalan denied rumors he had written Unbreakable as the first installment of a trilogy. In September , Shyamalan and Samuel L.
Jackson 's stated discussions about making a sequel had been largely abandoned in light of the disappointing box office returns.
Jackson indicated he was still interested in a sequel, but Shyamalan remained noncommittal. Shyamalan continued to work on other films, releasing Split in Kevin Wendell Crumb, played by James McAvoy , is a man suffering from dissociative identity disorder , that affects his body chemistry to such an extent that he adopts the mannerisms of each separate persona.
One of these personalities is "The Beast", which drives Crumb's body into a feral superhuman state, guided by the desire to consume those who have not had a traumatic situation in their lives — those it does not consider "broken".
Crumb had initially been written into the script for Unbreakable , but Shyamalan felt there were balancing issues with his inclusion and removed him from the story.
Split was effectively rewritten from some of the scenes he had planned for Crumb and expanded out into a standalone picture. The final scene for Split includes the appearance of David Dunn , played by Willis.
Shyamalan included Dunn there to connect Split to Unbreakable , by showing Dunn learning about the escape of "The Beast" and thereby realizing that other superhumans exist, as predicted by Mr.
Glass Jackson. Unbreakable had been produced for and owned by Touchstone Pictures , a label of Walt Disney Studios , while Split was produced through Universal Pictures.
Shyamalan obtained permission from Disney to reuse the character of Dunn. He met with Walt Disney Studios president Sean Bailey and came to a gentlemen's agreement whereby Bailey agreed to allow the use of the character in the film without a fee, and Shyamalan promised that Disney would be involved in a sequel, if developed.
Split was met with critical and financial success and, in February , Shyamalan affirmed his next film would be the third work in the trilogy.
The cast includes returning actors from both films: Bruce Willis , Samuel L. Principal photography began on October 2, , in Philadelphia , following a week of rehearsals,  with plans for a thirty-nine—day shoot.
Deleted footage from Unbreakable was used as flashbacks to Elijah and Joseph's childhood. West Dylan Thordson returned to score the film after his collaboration with the director on Split.
He used themes from the score of Unbreakable by James Newton Howard , alongside that of Split , in composing Glass ' s music.
The score is distributed digitally by Back Lot Music. On April 25, , the film was featured at CinemaCon , with Shyamalan in attendance. He presented footage from the film, along with the first official image, featuring Willis, Jackson, and McAvoy in character.
He also expressed his intention for the film, saying, "The worlds of Unbreakable and Split finally collide in Glass.
What if these real life superheroes and super-villains are somehow locked up together? What could go wrong? On July 12, , the first official photographs from production were released publicly, including shots of Samuel L.
Night Shyamalan at his twisty world-building best, but ultimately disappoints as the conclusion to the writer-director's long-gestating trilogy.
In a world in which all movies are now either genocide or ice cream, it's a grand gesture characterized by a sense of ambivalence about what you've just seen — which may in and of itself be a sign of failure".
Owen Gleiberman of Variety wrote: "It's good to see Shyamalan back to a degree in form, to the extent that he's recovered his basic mojo as a yarn spinner.
But Glass occupies us without haunting us; it's more busy than it is stirring or exciting. Maybe that's because revisiting this material feels a touch opportunistic, and maybe it's because the deluge of comic-book movies that now threatens to engulf us on a daily basis has leeched what's left of the mystery out of comics.
David Sims of The Atlantic compared the film to Batman Returns and Incredibles 2 : "I appreciate the sheer brashness of Shyamalan's storytelling, which swirls the mythmaking inherent in characters such as David with the emotional scars borne by orphaned characters such as Superman.
Night Shyamalan has been asked numerous times if there would be any sequel for Glass. On January 8, , he officially confirmed that no sequels are currently planned, adding that he has no interest building a cinematic universe.
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