July 21st, 2018 0

M. Night Shyamalan Debuts First ‘Glass’ Trailer

M. Night Shyamalan is back with his highly anticipated comic-book thriller Glass.

The upcoming flick brings together the narratives from 2000’s Unbreakable and 2016’s Split, featuring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy.

Anya Taylor-Joy will also return and Sarah Paulson will join the cast as a psychologist who studies people who believe they are superheroes.

Glass is set to hit theaters January 18th, 2019.

July 15th, 2018 0

‘Glass’ First Look

Entertainment Weekly has the first look of Glass on its preview issue, out this week.

Eighteen years after “Unbreakable,” Bruce Willis’ David Dunn and Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price will finally share the screen together once more in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass.” The actors will be joined by James McAvoy’s Kevin Crumb, who appeared in Shyamalan’s “Split.” “Split” famously ended by revealing itself as existing in the same universe as “Unbreakable,” and now Shyamalan will bring his two films together and finish off his surprise trilogy.

McAvoy spoke to the publication about learning during rehearsals what Shyamalan really had planned for the movie. The actor hilariously admits that he didn’t even know what the director was talking about at first when he told him he would be adding David Dunn into the film.

We were chatting and he said, ‘Well, maybe if this one does well, we’ll do another one,’?” McAvoy said. “I was like, ‘Really? We’re going to do a sequel to “Split”?’ He was like, ‘Yeah, you know, bring back David and all that.’ And I was like, David? Oh, wait a minute…

“Glass” is set to open nationwide January 18, 2019 via Universal Pictures and the actors are going to Comic-Con for promoting the movie.

Check in our gallery scans and more.

April 26th, 2018 0

James attends Universal presentation at CinemaCon 2018

James attended today the CinemaCon 2018 in Nevada, alongside his Glass co-stars Samuel L. Jackson, Sarah Paulson, Bruce Willis and director M. Night Shyamalan, for the Universal pictures presentation. We have the first pictures added in our gallery:

April 22nd, 2018 0

James McAvoy Joins Elton John & David Furnish for ‘Sherlock Gnomes’ Screening

James McAvoy attended earlier today (April 22) a Sherlock Gnomes London Family Gala held at Cineworld Leicester Square in London, England, hosted by Elton John and husband David Furnish.

The movie will be released in the UK on May 11, and is already in theaters in the USA. Be sure to check it out!

April 15th, 2018 0

‘Submergence’ is out on Theaters and Digital HD

James’ new film Submergence (with Alicia Vikander) is finally on limited theaters and it’s also available on Digital HD from Amazon Video and iTunes. DVD and Blu-ray release date is set for May 15, 2018.

In a room with no windows on the eastern coast of Africa, a Scotsman, James More, is held captive by jihadist fighters. Thousands of miles away in the Greenland Sea, Danielle Flinders prepares to dive in a submersible to the ocean floor. In their confines they are drawn back to the Christmas of the previous year, where a chance encounter on a beach in France led to an intense and enduring romance.

I’ve got my own digital copy and made screen captures – which obviously have spoilers if you still didn’t see the movie yet. Also additional stills are added, so, enjoy!


April 15th, 2018 0

James McAvoy and Alicia Vikander form a deep connection in Submergence clip

“I love the smell of sweat.”

It’s a strange pick-up line, but it works for Dani (Alicia Vikander) when she meets James (James McAvoy) at a French seaside hotel and they begin an intense romance in the new Wim Wenders drama Submergence (in theaters today). Dani is a deep-diving marine scientist, and James is a spy who goes to Somalia and is captured by jihadist fighters, and as the two risk their lives for their work, they must hold on to their memories of each other.

In the exclusive clip above, we witness the couple’s first meeting, before their lives begin to unravel. With the character of James, McAvoy adds another soldier/spy to his docket (Atomic Blonde, Atonement), and EW called him up to get the low-down on what keeps calling him back to these roles, how the similarities and differences between them inform his work, and the challenges of playing a character who faces repeated psychological abuse.

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