Glass is the culmination of a trilogy of skewed takes on the superhero genre, starting with the unforgettable force of 2000’s Unbreakable.
The now-classic tale of an ordinary man turned invincible protector introduced an iconic hero and villain who have been waiting in the shadows for their chance at one final showdown.
Next came 2017’s Split, the multi-faceted madcap thriller featuring a fractured outcast with multiple personalities and killer intent.
Though not a direct sequel to Unbreakable, Split‘s super-secret mid-credits scene revealed that the two films in fact take place in a shared universe. Talk about a signature Shyamalan twist!
That brings us to the grand finale. Glass finally brings the heroes and villains of this strange and shocking world into one room together, specifically a room in a mental hospital designed to eradicate their delusions of super-powered grandeur.
Were the metahuman misadventures really all in their head? Is there a more sinister motive behind their treatment? Get Glass on digital tomorrow to find out.
You don’t need to break you budget to binge full seasons of your favorite shows; you can fire up a free marathon of these TV hits anytime, anywhere.
He’s spicy, snappy, and always in your face. No, he’s not a chorizo – he’s Gordon Ramsay, and as the world’s preeminent hot-headed celebrity chef he’s ready to roast, scald, and fire up 12 seasons worth of cowering cheftestants in Hell’s Kitchen.
Forget rags to riches; young Arthur is about to go from commoner to king in an epic power struggle that will determine the future of the entire land.
It’s a lot to process, but comes with the territory when you live in Camelot.
She may not be perfect, but she’ll move mountains when it comes to her family.
Grace Under Fire is a heartfelt, funny, too-true look at single motherhood, and we’ve got all 5 seasons ready to watch, warts and all.
Some families play board games and have make-your-own pizza night. The Joestar family wages an endless war against the forces of evil, with generations of heroes sharpening their skills to take on mystical threats around the globe.
If you haven’t seen the powerful, truth-telling young adult saga The Hate U Give yet, now is the prefect time to share in the story.
The critically-acclaimed drama is a masterful, timely take on issues facing the African-American community and the country at large and is available now for the limited-time price of $9.99.
The Hate U Give tells the story of Starr Carter (portrayed by Amandla Stenberg in a powerhouse performance) who after witnessing a brutal instance of police violence must decide whether to remain silent to ensure her family’s safety or raise her voice to speak truth to power.
The film’s bold perspective provides ample opportunity for families to engage with and discuss the issues presented, while also offering an entertaining and hopeful narrative.
Want more insight into the minds and performances behind The Hate U Give?
Watch our exclusive interview with director George Tillman, Jr. and actor Russell Hornsby (who portrays Starr’s father Maverick) in the video above for their thoughts on the film’s message, a possible sequel, and how to improve the world today.