7 Things You Didn't Know About Unbreakable and Split


M. Night Shyamalan’s “Eastrail 177” trilogy comes to a head this month with Glass, starring Samuel L. Jackson, Bruce Willis, and James McAvoy. It’s time to look back at Unbreakable and Split and 7 things you didn’t know. Probably.

Edited by Casey Redmon

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  1. The story about Samuel L. Jackson, that is why is so successful & cool; he remained cool about the comic likeness of him & instead of looking at it as a bad thing he instead was cool about it & got him a huge contract instead amazing he truly is a class act & one of the best actors out their.

  2. I though your were talk about how mr Glass and David done were inspired by ivar the boneless and Bjorn Ironside

  3. Comic artists of the past would often chose purple or green as the colour scheme for their comic book supervillains as it contasted aganist the typical red or blue colours of the heros. Just look at the Joker, Lex Luthor, Green Goblin, 60s Mandarin, Magneto, Dr Doom, Mysterio, Kingpin, Lizard, Mongul, Penguin, 50s Two Face, Riddler, Brianiac, Parasite, etc. I always taught Mr Glass was therefore purple not by coincidence. None the less, purple was the perfect supervillain homage for Mr Glass

  4. i tell y'all TWO things bout unbreakable & split that all these ppl complaining bout Glass seem to have forgotten…
    1 they got slow pacing….like Glass
    2a Unbrkble got an ending NOT satisfactory to many
    2b Split has a totally crazy shift of tone, midway thru the movie…from the realistic psychological horror to the more fantastical kind, by the end.

  5. OMG this was great! So many things I didn't know. Love the story about the real kid who pulled a gun on the 50s Superman, and the bit about Samuel L. Jackson being used as the likeness for Fury… great video guys!

  6. I accidentally clicked on this video because it was on my home screen. About halfway through I realized you were that guy who for same reason made 'boom' your catchphrase, presumably because it was legitimately funny in that episode of the office. I held my finger over the stop button and was prepared to ream you in the comments but you have grown my friend, unless it was just a coincidence. Decent trivia and no annoying nonsense this time around. I'll be watching your next one.

  7. I always assumed Elijah has big hair because it makes his head look a little larger overall, just as he explains about the baddy in the 'good vs evil' sketch he's trying to sell.


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