Glass: First Look At Sam Jackson’s Mr. Glass In Unbreakable Sequel

A brand new photo of Samuel L. Jackson’s iconic Mr. Glass has finally surfaced, thanks to The Playlist. Check it out below!

This marks our first look at Mr. Glass since the very end of M. Night Shyamalan’s 200 film, Unbreakable. When last we saw the brittle Mr. Glass, he had just admitted to three acts of terrorism, and was thrown into an institution for the criminally insane.

As we can see in the photo above, not a lot has changed. Sure, the character may now be sporting some gray hair, but his fashion is exactly the same, purple gloves and all. We have to wonder how long the character has been out, and what his plan is going forward in this brand new film.

M. Nighty Shyamalan’s Glass is being coined as a follow-up to both 2000’s Unbreakable and this year’s Split, which introduced the character of The Beast, portrayed wonderfully by James McAvoy. Glass will also see the return of Anya Taylor-Joy and Bruce Willis, as they take on these two baddies in the culmination of a more grounded superhero story.

What do you think of this first look at Samuel L. Jackson as Mr. Glass? Let us know down below!

Glass is set to hit theaters on January 18, 2019.

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SOURCE: The Playlist

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