Spinoff Online caught up with filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan about working with Will and Jaden Smith on After Earth, exploring science fiction, and the possible resurrection of Unbreakable.
Jaden Smith and Will Smith try their best to survive the dangers of a strange Earth in M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming sci-fi action film After Earth.
Fox plans to order pilots for M. Night Shyamalan’s Wayward Pines and Bruce C. McKenna’s Blood Brothers later this year, with the expectation that at least one will premiere in 2014.
Columbia Pictures has debuted the first trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s After Earth, a post-apocalyptic adventure starring Will Smith and son Jaden Smith. The film opens June 7.
NBC has given a pilot commitment to Lost Horizon, a modern retelling of Moby Dick from M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense) and John Glenn (Eagle Eye).
Syfy is moving forward with the adaptation of The Lotus Caves from Bryan Fuller and a new series called Proof from M. Night Shyamalan and Buffy writer Marti Noxon.
Jon Favreau, Christopher Nolan, Quentin Tarantino and others lends their support to the ongoing fight against Premium Video On Demand.
Will Smith and Jaden Smith sign on to star in an outer space-set sci-fi film, written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
The actress recalls her terrible experience of working with director Tim Story, while adding that good actors don’t need to use scripts “unless it’s amazing writing.” In related news, Mark Wahlberg hates The Happening.
Well, okay, what I really mean is, why does M. Night Shyamalan get his name on films that he doesn’t create or produce? Exhibit A: New “Night Chronicles” movie, Reincarnate.
Director M. Night Shyamalan contributed to the superhero film genre with Unbreakable, and it turned out to be one of his better efforts in the scheme of things. His new movie Devil kicks off what he hopes will be the Night Chronicles trilogy, however, and the third of those three films could end up using a concept he previously intended to feature in Unbreakable 2.