Samuel L. Jackson plays Mr. Glass in M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ - a follow-up to ‘Unbreakable’ and ‘Split’. Glass also stars James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy and Bruce Willis. •
Expect Glass in theatres on January 18, 2019
Esta semana, gracias a @EntertainmentWeekly
, salieron a la luz las primeras imágenes de tres proyectos cinematográficos esperados para 2018 y 2019.
Por un lado tenemos a #VENOM
(EUA, 2018), dirigida por #RubenFleischer
y protagonizada por #TomHardy
La nueva versión del gigante asiático, #Godzilla
: King of Monsters (EUa, 2019), dirigida por #MichaelDougherty
y protagonizada por #MillieBobbyBrown
Y finalmente, la película dirigida por #MNightShyamalan
, la unión de dos universos, #Glass
(EUA, 2019), protagonizada por #BruceWillis
Nosotros ya queremos ver las tres... ¿y tú?
The Best Audience Reactions I’ve Seen/Heard at the Movies:
1. The Visit:
When I walked into a screening of The Visit and saw that I’d be sharing the theater with a packed house of teenagers, I got nervous. PG-13 horror + rowdy teens is usually a bad combination that makes an excruciating movie-going experience. Fortunately, M. Night Shyamalan’s horror comedy had the entire crowd, myself included, by a hook. When we screamed at a suspenseful moment, it was loud and blood curdling but didn’t go on forever so that it distracted from the movie. And when we laughed, it was the kind of top-of-your-lungs, tears-in-your-eyes, stomach-in-pain laugh that you only experience on the funniest of occasions. The laughing around me just made me laugh 10 times harder. A sweaty, enthusiastic, interactive experience!
2. Love, Simon
I was petrified that the first mainstream movie with a gay protagonist targeted at teens would be met with homophobic boos. It was quite the opposite. Love, Simon is one of the only movies to make me experience the movie emotions trifecta: I laughed at the funny moments, cried at the sad moments, and cheered at the triumphant moments. And to hear the crowd collectively sniffle when Simon hits his lows and clap and cheer when he succeeds warned my heart.
3. Avengers: Infinity War
Of all the blockbusters and superhero movies I’ve seen in the last few years alone, Infinity War is the only one I can think that hit all the right notes to get the audience going. Every funny moment got uproarious laughter, every twist got audible gasps, and every badass moment got cheers and whistles. This one was made to be seen with a crowd.
4. Insidious: Chapter 3
Most of the reactions to Insidious 3 were what you’d expect but a moment in the third act blew us all away. Lin Shaye’s Elise is a character I identify with and was rooting for the whole time. Apparently I wasn’t alone because when she musters up the guts to confront a demon and utters the line “Come on, bitch”, my audience went berserk. Laughing, applauding, cheering, whistling, an actual standing ovation. It gave me chills. 👇🏻Continued Below👇🏻