The writer-director announced the news on Twitter on Wednesday after months of teasing a new script he's been writing.
Glass will see Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson reprise theirs roles from Unbreakable, while James McAvoy and Anya Taylor-Joy will return to their roles from Split and see the two films "collide" in a super sequel. As the filmmaker puts it, it's always been his "dream" to do a film tying these two stories together. And then there will be Taylor-Joy's Casey Cooke, who showed off some powers of her own at the end of Split. Blumhouse Productions and Universal are partnering on the film, and the director says it's set to come out January 18, 2019. There was a long stretch between 2000's Unbreakable release and the premiere of Split in 2017, and there was no guarantee that audience's appetite for Shyamalan's particular brand of thriller would stay high.
"I wanted to do a movie about him because I just loved him so much, and I thought it's a rich world for storytelling, so I was super, super excited to finally make it", said Shyamalan.
Glass will pick up right where Split leaves off, with David chasing after Kevin's superhuman figure The Beast "in a series of escalating encounters".
If you've seen Split (or if you haven't and don't care to have it spoilt), you'll remember that it turns out James McAvoy's beastly villain is actually a part of the same movie world where Bruce Willis' indestructible hero from Unbreakable resides.
A group of more than 800 startups urged Pai not to dismantle the current net-neutrality regulations earlier on Wednesday, for one. But while internet providers are happy, companies that are based on the internet aren't.
Interior Minister Nestor Reverol called her "another victim of the Terrorist Right, which is full of hatred". But opposition leaders are rejecting calls for dialogue and demanding the immediate scheduling of elections.
Salman fired Minister of Civil Service Khaled Al Araj, who will be investigated by a committee of the royal court. The king also appointed Fahad Bin Turki to replace Lieutenant General Eid al-Shalwi as head of the Saudi army.
Human versions of this artificial wombs should become available within the next two years, the Philadelphia team declared. At the moment, Davey pointed out that more than 50 percent of infants born at 24 weeks die as a result of complications.
Users can create lists, add due dates, keep track of deadlines by adding reminders and personalise each list with coloured themes. Most of the features from Wunderlist are absent at the moment, which is also why Microsoft hasn't shut down Wunderlist...
I gave it to her after Kris was done with it, but I never really had a chance to really discuss it with her after the fact. The Democrats are better there. "But I've tried to learn from those mistakes, I try to a better job next time".
Folks on social media couldn't help but compare this prisoner release to the one the Obama administration negotiated with Iran. Critics had accused the Obama administration of indifference to her case.
Only one tropical storm was recorded in April between 1851 and 2015, those records show (compared to 21 in May). The system has migrated from part tropical and part subtropical to a fully tropical system.
This is a developing story. [12:03 p.m.] "We have not found anyone injured as of now", The Mason County Sheriff's Office tweeted . Kiro 7 and The Kitsap Sun are reporting that the school is on lockdown and that the Mason County Sheriff is on scene.
Lawrence gave up three runs and three hits and walked five (two intentional) in two innings of relief earlier this month. And don't forget that the Jays were 0-3 in extra inning games prior to this one and had only won three times in total.
The tech-heavy Nasdaq rose as much as 0.4 percent to hit a record level of 6,007.72 helped by gains in Biogen and Apple . The S&P 500 index showed 57 52-week highs and two lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 114 highs and nine lows.
Trump tweets don't help: 1st Twitter revenue drop since IPO
Of those hours, 51 percent were sports, 35 percent were news and politics, and 14 percent were entertainment, Twitter said . The company reported that advertising revenue for the quarter was $474 million, a plunge of 17 percent year-over year.
Buckle up! Uber to launch 'flying cars' by 2020
A graphic shown during the Uber Elevate Summit shows the first five hubs anticipated for Dallas-Fort Worth and for Dubai. Uber's ambitious plans comes as the company experienced fast revenue growth but $2.8 billion in losses a year ago .
Elon Musk steps out in Australia with Amber Heard
SpaceX founder Elon Musk speaks about his vision for 1,000 passenger ships flying en masse to Mars, "Battlestar Galactica" style. The couple took to their Instagram account and shared pictures from their dinner at the Moo Moo on the Gold Coast of Australia.
Unilever revenue rises 6.1%
Nestle reported organic growth of 2.3% in the first three months of the year, boosted by Asia and Africa. The company's shares are up 1.5% as sales rose 2.9% in its first quarter beating a forecast of 2%.
WS Atkins agrees to takeover by SNC-Lavalin
This values Atkins at £2∙1bn and represents a premium of 35% on the closing price of its shares on March 31. SNC's funding will also include an $800 million public bought-deal offering, the company said.
OPEC: Oil Output Cuts More Than Pledged In March
That effort has pushed oil prices above $50 a barrel in recent months, breathing life into US oil patches like the Permian Basin. Benchmark Brent crude futures LCOc1 slid 24 cents, or 0.4 percent, to $55.62 a barrel in early Asian trade.
$13 a pack? NYC mayor wants highest cigarette prices in US
Stores selling cigarettes and e-cigarettes would also be banned from delivering cigarettes, tobacco products and e-cigarettes. Chicago has the highest taxes for cigarettes at $6.16 per pack, followed by New York City at $5.85 per pack.
Bill O'Reilly Scandal
Although O'Reilly seems inseparable from the Fox News brand, media observers have been split over whether he might be forced to leave.