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Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions have released the teaser poster to the highly anticipated comic book thriller, Glass, starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and James McAvoy. Writer/director M. Night Shyamalan reunites the cast in the upcoming crossover of his breakout films, Unbreakable and Split.
Following the conclusion of Split, David Dunn [Wills] purses Kevin Wendell Crumb [McAvoy]’s superhuman figure of The Beast. During their series of escalating encounters, the shadowy presence of Elijah Price [Jackson] emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.
Here are 5 Reasons We Love the Glass poster!
5) The Colors!
— Glass (@GlassMovie) June 29, 2018
The poster feels like it’s returning to the comic book roots established in Unbreakable. Like his wardrobe, Jackson’s Elijah is draped in a purple tone. Matching his raincoat, Willis’ David is covered in a green hue. McAvoy’s Kevin is drenched in a yellow shade.
4) The Good, The Bad & The Ugly!
The poster makes it seem like the trio are in the same mental intuition. They all seem to be in the same room together. I wonder why though is David locked up when the Beast just murdered two of his three hostages.
3) The Tagline!
Harkening back to the themes, the tagline states, “You Cannot Contain Who You Are.” Kevin couldn’t keep the monster from coming out. David was tried of laying low and almost forgot about his extraordinary gifts.
2) Who’s Missing!?!
Anya Taylor-Joy reprises her role as Casey Cooke. Last seen on Animal Kingdom, Spencer Treat Clark will return as David’s son, Joseph Dunn. Charlayne Woodard will again play Elijah’s Mother. No word yet if Robin Wright will have free time from her presidential duties on House of Cards and return as David’s wife, Audrey Dunn.
— M. Night Shyamalan (@MNightShyamalan) June 29, 2018
The Village filmmaker tweets, “I’m so excited to tell you that @GlassMovie will be at #ComicCon. I will be in Hall H on July 20th with the cast! You can expect a surprise as well…” Will audiences get to see a trailer?
Glass will hit theaters on January 18, 2019.