New ‘Glass’ Teaser Trailer Released

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The new trailer for Glass by M. Night Shyamalan is on its way, as a new teaser for another trailer has been released.

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The new teaser goes on in the same pattern, as the first Glass trailer, teasing one of the three main characters from this Unbreakable and Split threequel. It starts with James McAvoy’s character, Kevin Wendell Crumb. He’s seen in his supervillain persona, “The Beast”, made out of shattered glass, with his superhuman name (The Beast).

All three Glass posters featured during the New York Comic Con were revealed by Comicbook.com. Take a look:

While two posters feature The Mastermind (Samuel L. Jackson) and The Overseer aka David Dunn, played by Bruce Willis. The artwork follows the same purple, orange and green colour scheme, as previous posters and photos.

The second trailer releases while Shyamalan is still adding the final touch to the film. “For me, they’re almost a different genre, what we’re doing with Split, Unbreakable, and Glass. These are primarily thrillers and they’re very much more contained. They’re not CGI driven, they’re very simple and clean. The musculature that [comic book] movies have are not what we’re trying to do. The idea of what you don’t see is really what we’re insinuating, it’s the power of that.”

The first trailer was a balanced mixture of drama and action, but it leaves us with a lot of mystery (The Shyamalan signature). We hope that the second trailer corrects this and tantalizes it more.

Glass will hit the theatres on January 18, 2019.


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