Earlier this Tuesday, fans got their first Glass teaser spotlighting James McAvoy’s The Beast and his different multiple personalities. Now, a new picture from the film gives us a still of Kevin Wendell Crumb, Well, technically it isn’t ‘Kevin’ who seems to be in control.
The photo comes from EW’s recent issue which shows McAvoy in character, shirtless and wearing nothing but a bright pair of yellow trousers. but his expression says it all.
Clearly, The Beast personality is in control and is also enraged from the looks of it. You can check out the screen cap low- res version of the photo below.
EW might release a hi-res version soon or readers can grab the recent EW issue as a digital edition or purchase the physical issue from their nearest newsstand.
Fans who have been following all reports connected to the movie, especially the set photos would remember this scene being filmed in Allentown, Pennsylvania outside of a shuttered mental asylum.
A set clip from DailyMail showed McAvoy’s The Beast fighting a man in dark cloak. Any fan of Unbreakable movie would know that’s none other than Bruce Willis’ David Dunn.
The video shows Dunn being overpowered by The Beast. No amount of strength seems to be enough until another person swoops in to help. A few other set pictures also showed The Beast fighting a person protecting himself with a shield.
It seems like the photo below is of The Beast, moments away from taking on Dunn or anyone else crossing his path. Perhaps, the upcoming trailer set to release on Friday after its screening at SDCC Hall H might share some insight on this still.
Directed by M. Night Shyamalan, Glass is a sequel to last year’s horror thriller Split and 2000’s Unbreakable movie. Starring Bruce Willis as David Dunn, James McAvoy as Kevin Wendell Crumb aka The Beast and Samuel L. Jackson as Elija aka Mr. Glass.
The film also stars Sarah Paulson playing as the psychiatrist who will be treating David, Elija and Kevin. Anya-Taylor Joy will be reprising her role as Casey Cooke from Split.
Glass will hit theaters on January 18, 2019.
In case you haven’t read the official plot description:
“Following the conclusion of Split, Glass finds Dunn pursuing Crumb’s superhuman figure of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters, while the shadowy presence of Price emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.”
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