What did you think of the film's first trailer?
We're eagerly looking forward to Glass, the new movie from M Night Shyamalan that effectively closes off what will be a trilogy of films. At a Friday Comic-Con panel, Universal released the trailer for "Glass", the sequel to 2016's "Split," starring McAvoy as a man who uses different personas in order to abduct women.
But, as you can imagine, that skepticism is short-lived as a showcase of Dunn's durability and strength, the darker and more powerful sides of Crumb's many personalities and Price's Machiavellian scheming as Mr.
Kevin Wendell Crumb's The Beast is on full display, as is an aging David Dunn, who has become a recognizable superhero thanks to his trademark raincoat.
This hints at a bigger story beyond "three characters locked up together in the same loony bin". Anya Taylor-Joy, Spencer Treat Clark and Charlayne Woodard are also returning for the film. Glass will be in United Kingdom cinemas on 18 January next year.