Glass is a 2019 American psychological thriller superhero film directed by M. Night Shyamalan.

Official trailers

Universal Pictures on Thursday, October 11, 2018 released the trailer:
Glass - Official Trailer #2 .

Story intro

Three weeks have passed since the kidnapping of three young girls orchestrated by Kevin Wendell Crumb, who was dubbed as "the Horde" by the media due to his dissociative identity disorder which produced a dozen identities. One of the girls was Casey Cooke, who survived an attack from the one of Kevin's personalities, "the Beast", who allowed her to escape because she was "pure" and had experienced suffering at the hands of a sexually abusive uncle. David Dunn (a superhuman vigilante dubbed "the Overseer" by the internet) and his son Joseph track down Kevin to an abandoned factory where he has four cheerleaders hostage, but David is confronted and attacked by the Beast. Their battle is stopped by a group of police officers led by Dr. Ellie Staple, who places both men in Raven Hill Memorial Mental Institution. David's destined foe and terrorist - Elijah Price / Mr. Glass - is also being held there for bombing the Eastrail 177 train 16 years ago (the train crash of which David was the sole survivor and exposed his superhuman nature). David and Kevin are placed in separate rooms, each with unique security measures to prevent them from escaping or posing a threat. David is placed in a specialized room which would blast water to him, which he considers his Achilles's heel. Kevin is then placed in a room with "hypnotic lights" which will force one personality to change to another once activated. Staple explains that her job is to convince those who believe they are superhuman but in fact they are simply deluded figures; she tells them she has been given three days to convince each of them of this, otherwise they will be sent to trial. Staple gets help from Elijah's mother, Joseph, and Casey, who all visit at different ocassions, but fail to convince them. As part of her final evaluation, Staple brings the three men to a room together where she tests David and Kevin's psyches. That night, Elijah escapes his cell to research about Kevin but is discovered by Staple who performs a prefrontal lobotomy on him. However, Elijah had already sabotaged the machine earlier, in anticipation of what will happen if he gets caught. Elijah is returned to his cell but escapes again after killing his caretaker Daryl. He then breaks out Kevin and allies himself with the Beast. Elijah contacts David and announced his plan to reveal the Horde at a new skyscraper in the city of Philadelphia, where he also plans to blow up a chemical company unless David stops the Beast.


Samuel L. Jackson
Elijah Price / Mr. Glass: An intelligent terrorist and comic book theorist with Type I osteogenesis imperfecta
Samuel L. Jackson
Elijah Price / Mr. Glass: An intelligent terrorist and comic book theorist with Type I osteogenesis imperfecta
James McAvoy
Kevin Wendell Crumb / The Horde: A twenty-seven year old
Bruce Willis
David Dunn / The Overseer: A superhuman vigilante with the ability to see the crimes people have committed by touching them
Sarah Paulson
Dr. Ellie Staple: A psychiatrist specializing in delusions of grandeur
Anya Taylor-Joy
Casey Cooke: A seventeen-year-old teenage girl with a history of abuse
Spencer Treat Clark
Joseph Dunn: David's son
Charlayne Woodard
Mrs. Price: Elijah's mother
Luke Kirby
Pierce: One of Elijah's caretakers at the facility
Adam David Thompson
Daryl: An employee at the psych ward


Principal photography began on October 2, 2017, in Philadelphia, following a week of rehearsals, with plans for a thirty-nine - day shoot.

The film Glass was scheduled to be released by Universal Pictures (United States) and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (International) on January 12, 2019 (Alamo Drafthouse Cinema), on January 17, 2019 (Germany), on January 18, 2019 (United States) and on January 23, 2019 (France).

The duration of the film is 129 minutes. With a budget of $20 million, the film grossed over $247 million.

The film had received a "PG-13" rating.


Glass got average rating from critics. But the audience likes the film. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.

External links

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