Warning: There are spoilers ahead for “Unbreakable” and “Split.”
INSIDER breaks down everything you need to know about the two movies as their sequel, “Glass,” comes to theaters Friday, January 18.
“Glass” takes place approximately 15 years after “Unbreakable” and a few months after “Split.”
In addition to Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, two actors from “Unbreakable” who played David’s son and Mr. Glass’ mom are returning for the sequel.
M. Night Shyamalan’s next movie “Glass” is in theaters Friday, January 18, and it’s been a long time coming.
While you may know it’s a sequel to 2017’s thriller “Split,” starring James McAvoy as a man with multiple personalities, you may not have realized it’s also a direct sequel to one of Shyamalan’s first movies, “Unbreakable,” distributed by Disney in 2000 under its Touchstone brand, which was created to release more mature movies.
The new film picks up right where “Split” left off. While “Glass” will explain everything pretty neatly for you, you may still find yourself confused over a few things. If you don’t have time to watch both before “Glass” is in theaters, INSIDER rounded up what you need to know about Shyamalan’s two previous films.
1. Bruce Willis’ character, David Dunn, learns he has super strength after surviving a train crash
David is the sole survivor of a terrible train crash early in the movie. Not only does he survive the Eastrail 177 crash, but a doctor (played by “House of Card’s” Michael Kelly) is astonished that he walked away without a scratch.
Throughout the movie, we learn that David has never really been sick or injured in his life and it leads to the discovery that he has super strength. The origin of his powers are never really explained, …read more
Source:: Business Insider