After 20 years, we're finally getting the conclusion to the trilogy we barely knew existed until, like, two years ago. Glass marks the third (and supposedly final) installment in M. Night Shyamalan's dialed-down superhero universe, coming nearly 20 years after 2000's Unbreakable. Unfortunately, Glass does not provide closure on the whole affair. Rather, it cracks open a whole world of possibilities that, to be frank, have left us scratching our heads. In order to help you piece together what exactly goes down at the end of the film, we're going to give our best shot at making sense of the superhuman mess in Glass.
Ok, so you know the basic concept of the film, right? I'll give a hilariously brief summary. On one end, we have David Dunn, our low-key "Superman" who has become a neighborhood vigilante of sorts,
The real tragedy of Glass is that it raises more questions than it answers. The film should supposedly be the conclusion of the Eastrail 177 Trilogy, which began with the slow and tense buildup of Unbreakable way back at the turn of the century in 2000. So why is it that new mysteries, loose threads, and other such infuriating conundrums pop up throughout the film? This brings me to one of the most perplexing reveals in Glass: a little three-leaf clover tattoo that carries big connotations. If you're confused about what it is and what it means, join the "club," pun intended.
Now, chances are, if you saw Glass, you also saw Split. Those films have obviously been packaged together by the studio, and the studio is counting on fans of Split to see Glass. But Unbreakable is the obvious outlier, having come
In the video shot by Pride of Gypsies film director Etienne Aurelius, Jason eats breakfast at a local cafe with his family, passes by his high school and teenage hangout spots, and hangs out with his grandma, whom he hadn't seen in "a long time." "She's still got it. She's still got her spirit," he said after their adorable visit. Watch the video below to see Jason being the sweet family man he is.
This week, we're back in the figurative trenches with our favorite fictional doctors on Grey's Anatomy. As you very well now know, Meredith has spent the better part of the season fielding advances from two different gentlemen: long-term Italian stud Andrew DeLuca and hot new "Ortho God" Link. There are really reasons to root for both of them, especially when, at the end of the day, we all just want Meredith to find love.
With that tantalizing setup all said and done, the midseason finale of the show really left us in an interesting lurch. When the windy superstorm cuts the hospital power, Meredith finds herself trapped in the elevator with DeLuca. I have to admit, friends: the whole affair really had me feeling all kinds of heart-eyes about the pair. DeLuca really opened up about his past and said some very knee-weakening things in Italian,
I can see this Grey's Anatomy disaster coming from a mile away, friends. This week, our beloved doctor drama ran back into our arms, and we got to witness the conclusion of the harrowing superstorm that's had us stressed out for months. Of course, many of the characters had their own insanity to deal with over the course of the episode, but on a larger scale, we honed in on two major things: the resolution of the season's big love triangles. That means Owen, Amelia, and Teddy have finally put everything out in the open.
To refresh your memory, Teddy finally tells Owen about her pregnancy in the midseason finale . . . then the two promptly get trapped in an elevator, with Amelia, when the hospital loses power. In the midseason premiere, it doesn't take long for them
- Rachel Bloom (@Racheldoesstuff) January 15, 2019
Lady Gaga may have had everyone in tears with her emotional Critics' Choice Awards speech on Sunday, but there was a special backstage moment you didn't see that is melting our hearts. On Monday, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom posted a sweet video of her mother, Shelli, meeting Gaga. "She loves you," Rachel told Gaga as she introduced her mom. "She's a big fan." Gaga then delighted Shelli with a hug, and her reaction was absolutely priceless.
Thank you for being so incredibly gracious, @ladygaga.
- Rachel Bloom (@Racheldoesstuff) January 15, 2019
At the Critics' Choice Awards, Gaga tied with Glenn Close for best actress in a film. Gaga won for her role in A Star Is Born, while Glenn won for The Wife. Gaga also took home the trophy
Well, folks, the final film in M. Night Shyamalan's Eastrail 177 Trilogy, Glass, has arrived, and we have a few questions. For instance, what in the world makes Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy) think hanging out with Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) again would be a good idea? Why doesn't David (Bruce Willis) carry a snorkel with him at all times? And why, why oh why, did Sarah Paulson let someone dye her hair that particular shade of orange?!
Although we don't have the answers to those questions and likely never will, there is one thing that we can answer for you: is Glass actually the end of Shyamalan's trilogy or is another film in the works? At the moment, the director himself has asserted that yes, the Eastrail 177 series is done. For good.
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“Since they started dating, Katherine has taken Chris to all of her favorite neighborhood places,” says the insider. “And Chris clearly likes her neighborhood.”
Pratt, 39, who used to live in the Hollywood Hills with ex-wife Anna Faris, joined his 29-year-old fiancée in west Los Angeles.
In his divorce settlement with Faris, 42, the exes agreed to live no further than five miles apart from each other until their 6-year-old son Jack completed the sixth grade. The Mom actress, who’s dating cinematographer Michael Barrett, also
Well, dear friends, I have a few pieces of good news to tell you. One, I went in to Glass having only seen Split and having never seen Unbreakable, and I was still able to mostly follow along. So, if you wanted to skip the watch/rewatch, you have full license to. More good news: after I saw Glass,
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