M. Night Shyamalan
More casting news has come in for M. Night Shyamalan's small screen endeavor, "Wayward Pines," as Toby Jones has signed on to play Dr. Jenkins, a charismatic and mysterious psychiatrist.
More casting news has come in for M. Night Shyamalan's small screen endeavor, "Wayward Pines," as Carla Gugino has signed on to play Kate Hewson, a former love interest of Matt Dillon‘s Secret Service agent Ethan Burke.
While we're still laughing about how far the people behind After Earth are going to not put M. Night Shyamalan's name on their film, the first cast members have been announced for his small screen endeavor, "Wayward Pines."
After several theatrical flops (seriously, what happened to this guy?), Hollywood's former "It" guy is now looking toward bringing his unique visions to the small screen for Fox. Read on for the latest free of any red herrings along the way.
M. Night Shyamalan is about to bring a twist to Syfy's original programming as he's ready to venture forth into the world of the small screen with a series pilot that examines death and what may or may not be next!
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While doing press for his upcoming film The Fighter, actor Mark Wahlberg has finally commented on his amusing role as a science teacher in the ludicrously bad and unintentionally funny M. Night Shayamalan flick The Happening!
How many folks here are looking forward to spending Christmas with the Devil? Anyone? Well if you missed the Shyamalan produced fear flick that was directed by the Dowdle brothers you can get your chance to right that wrong on December 21st. Find out what to expect when the horned one comes home below.
The first details for M. Night Shyamalan's latest film, One Thousand A.E., have arrived tonight, and we're really pulling for the guy to get things back on track. It's saddening to see someone who was once so revered be so maligned.
Did you see the M. Night Shyamalan produced flick Devil in theatres? Judging from the film's box office tally, probably not, but thanks to a speedy home video turnaround you'll be able to dig it this holiday season in your own living room.
In 2008 John and Drew Dowdle surprised horror fans with their American version of [REC] that was surprisingly tense and shocking, despite following the source material very closely.
The time is officially upon us! Devil is wreaking havoc in theatres (and elevators) across the country, and we have the scoop on whether or not you should take the ride ... or just opt for the stairs! Official Synopsis Welcome to Universal Pictures’ supernatural thriller with M. Night Shyamalan’s (The Sixth Sense, Signs) signature touch, Devil.
On Wednesday, September 15th, the cast and crew of Universal Pictures’ upcoming thriller Devil were on hand at The London Hotel in West Hollywood to celebrate the release of the film in style on a jam-packed red carpet.
With Devil hitting theatres this weekend, we knew it wasn't going to be long before the official word on what the next film in the series of Night Chronicles projects was going to be.