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Apple scores another TV thriller, this time produced by M. Night Shyamalan

(Source: www.theverge.com)

Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan will executive produce a new psychological thriller series for Apple. Variety reports that Shyamalan will also direct the first episode of the series, which is being written by Tony Basgallop of 24: Live Another Day and 24: Legacy fame. 116 more words


Apple adds an M. Night Shyamalan thriller to its roster of original shows

(Source: techcrunch.com)

Apple will apparently have every kind of show from anyone with any kind of name working in Hollywood when it launches its updated approach to original video content: The latest original on its slate is a 10-epsiode, half-hour thriller series order that will be executive produced by M. 147 more words


Apple Picks Up Psychological Thriller Produced by M. Night Shyamalan

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

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Basgallop, the writer for the show, has previously worked on series like “24: Legacy,” “Berlin Station,” “What Remains,” “EastEnders,” and “Hotel Babylon.” 356 more words


Os Melhores Filmes de 2017 (PARTE I)

Pois é pessoal, 2017 já está acabando, e como normalmente acontece, esse período do ano serve para pensarmos no melhor e no pior que os últimos 12 meses nos proporcionaram. 3,142 more words


Split – 2017

Score: 9/10

M. Night Shyamalan is back, and boy did we have to wait a long time for it to happen. This is a director that has always fascinated me and his ideas are amazing when done in a right way. 546 more words

Movie Review

Review: Split (Shyamalan, 2016)

I heard about this film being released pretty much as soon as it was announced, I saw it advertised on social media, saw it was a Shyamalan film and knew I needed to know more. 1,043 more words

Split: The Joy Of Keeping It Simple

Thank whatever deity is out that that M. Night Shyamalan returned to narrow focus films. After a decade of making larger films that could best be described as ranging from flawed to mind boggling, Shyamalan went back to smaller films with 2015’s The Visit and now with 2017’s Split. 1,402 more words