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You Cannot Contain What You Are

Glass (2019)

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In a series of escalating encounters, security guard David Dunn uses his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb, a disturbed man who has twenty-four personalities. Meanwhile, the shadowy presence of Elijah Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.

Director: M. Night Shyamalan

Release Date: 2019-01-16
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $20,000,000
Revenue: $167,285,458
Production Companies : Universal Pictures, Blumhouse Productions, Blinding Edge Pictures, Walt Disney Pictures, Buena Vista International
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2019-01-16
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $20,000,000
Revenue: $167,285,458

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Casts

James McAvoy
as Kevin Wendell Crumb / The Horde / The Beast / Patricia / Dennis / Hedwig / Barry / Jade / Orwell / Heinrich / Norma
Bruce Willis
as David Dunn / The Overseer
Samuel L. Jackson
as Elijah Price / Mr. Glass
Anya Taylor-Joy
as Casey Cooke
Sarah Paulson
as Dr. Ellie Staple
Spencer Treat Clark
as Joseph Dunn
Charlayne Woodard
as Mrs. Price
Luke Kirby
as Pierce
M. Night Shyamalan
as Jai
Adam David Thompson
as Daryl
Rosemary Howard
as Penelope Crumb
Diana Silvers
as Cheerleader
Shannon Destiny Ryan
as Cheerleading Girl #2
Nina Wisner
as Cheerleading Girl #3
Kyli Zion
as Cheerleading Girl #4
Raul Torres
as Comic Book Seller
Serge Didenko
as Powerfully Built Young Man
Marisa Brown
as Carol (uncredited)
Ursula Triplett
as Hospital Patient (uncredited)
Brian Donahue
as Security Guard (uncredited)
Lory Molino
as Background (uncredited)
Rob Yang
as Heo Byung-Woo (uncredited)
Jane Park Smith
as Korean Mother (uncredited)
Shayna Ryan
as Hospital Patient (uncredited)
Jessica Heller
as French Woman (uncredited)
Aurora Karine
as Distraught Passenger (uncredited)
Jon Douglas Rainey
as S.W.A.T. (uncredited)
Vincent Riviezzo
as Train Passanger (uncredited)
Jennifer Butler
as Factory Worker (uncredited)
Sarah Grgic
as Scarlett Shields (uncredited)
Andrew Hunsicker
as Security Guard (uncredited)
Matt Jacobs
as Sniper (uncredited)

Crew

Directing M. Night Shyamalan Director
Production Jason Blum Producer
Art Chris Trujillo Production Design
Editing Luke Franco Ciarrocchi Editor
Camera Mike Gioulakis Director of Photography
Production Marc Bienstock Producer
Production Kevin Scott Frakes Executive Producer
Production Ashwin Rajan Producer
Production John Rusk Co-Producer
Production Steven Schneider Executive Producer
Production M. Night Shyamalan Producer
Editing Renaldo Kell Editor
Production Douglas Aibel Casting
Art Jesse Rosenthal Art Direction
Art Olivia Peebles Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Paco Delgado Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Ben Bornstein Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Margina Dennis Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Diane Dixon Hair Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Michael Maddi Prosthetic Designer
Costume & Make-Up Michael Maddi Prosthetics Sculptor
Costume & Make-Up Pamela Peitzman Makeup Department Head
Production John Burton West Production Manager
Writing M. Night Shyamalan Writer
Sound West Dylan Thordson Original Music Composer

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  • Audience Reviews for Glass ½ I was reluctant to see Glass given the poor reviews, but I was curious as I had seen Unbreakable and Split and wanted to witness the conclusion.

  • WARNING: Spoilers for Glass, as well as Split (2016) and Unbreakable (2000), follow. I would recommend reading this after you've seen Glass, if you intend on seeing it. Which I wouldn't ...

  • There's one big question at the core of writer-director M. Night Shyamalan's new movie Glass: Who gets to be a hero?In the real world, a hero can be anybody. Someone who does the Heimlich maneuver ...

  • TV and Movies Glass review: M. Night Shyamalan's superheroes aren't what you expect. Twenty years in the making, the sequel to Unbreakable has its powerful moments, but it ain't no Marvel movie.

  • I just left Glass and my mind is boggled at the Critics Score. Mr. Shamalan has done us proud and tied up the trilogy with a perfect bow. As a part of the trilogy, this movie deserves a 10. Between the critic score for this movie and what they scored for The Last Jedi, I guess it is I just left Glass and my mind is boggled at the Critics Score. Mr.

  • For a story named after the character Samuel L. Jackson originated in Unbreakable — the brittle-boned Elijah Price, a.k.a. Mr. Glass — Glass is around its midpoint before it allows the ...

  • This review contains spoilers for Unbreakable and Split, but not for Glass. If there’s one thing you can’t accuse M. Night Shyamalan of, it is a lack of ambition. With his new film Glass, the ...

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