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M. Night Shyamalan on ‘Servant’ Season 2, Hiring His Daughter and Shooting During COVID

M. Night Shyamalan shares details of 'Servant' season 2 and debunks an 'Unbreakable' fan theory about one of its most memorable scenes.

‘Unbreakable’ at 20: Spencer Treat Clark on Bringing a Toy Gun to His “Traumatic” Audition

'Unbreakable' star Spencer Treat Clark delves deep into the 'Eastrail 177' trilogy, from his relationship with Bruce Willis to the bananas commercial jingle that's been stuck in his head for decades.

Box Office: ‘Glass’ Beating ‘Miss Bala’ on Slowest Super Bowl Weekend in Years

'Glass' and 'The Upside' are leading Super Bowl weekend at the box office, while Sony's action-thriller 'Miss Bala' is looking at a third-place finish with a muted domestic debut of $6.8 million.

Box Office: ‘Glass’ Shatters ‘Kid Who Would Be King,’ ‘Serenity’ With $19M

'Glass' stayed full in its second weekend at the box office with $19 million, while new offerings 'The Kid Who Would Be King' and 'Serenity' were quickly banished.

Box Office: ‘Glass’ Stays No. 1; ‘Serenity,’ ‘Kid Who Would Be King’ Bombing

'Glass' is easily staying atop the domestic box office in its second weekend with an estimated $16 million-$17 million, while new offerings The Kid Who Would Be King and Serenity are falling on their…

Will Audiences Tire of M. Night Shyamalan’s Go-To Plot Twist?

'Glass' ends with a twist that is common for M. Night Shyamalan: the use of disabled characters as a plot devise.

Why ‘Glass’ Twist May Feel Unsatisfying

The twist ending to M. Night Shyamalan's 'Glass' has a few major flaws.

Why ‘Glass’ Is M. Night Shyamalan’s Rubicon

'Glass' is a film so brazen and alienating that it has become a Rorschach Test for audiences.

‘Glass’: M. Night Shyamalan on an Ending He Dreamed Up Years Ago

M. Night Shyamalan dreamed up the controversial 'Glass' ending years ago when he was working on 'Unbreakable.'

‘Glass’ Was Always Building Toward This Ending

The 'Glass' ending was both not predictable, inevitable and hard to explain.

How the ‘Unbreakable’ Trilogy Became a Toxic Version of the American Dream

M. Night Shyamalan tackles the American folk hero in his love letter to superhero comics, 'The 177 Train Trilogy.' 'Unbreakable,' 'Split' and 'Glass' weave a tale of new gods in a dark city.

In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of ‘Glass,’ ‘An Acceptable Loss’ and More

Read reviews of all the movies opening Friday, including 'Glass,' 'An Acceptable Loss' and 'Adult Life Skills.'