M. Night Shyamalan Is Already Deep Into His Next Script

M. Night Shyamalan's latest thriller Old hit cinemas just a couple of months ago, but the writer-director-producer has already moved on to his next project. While Shyamalan hasn't revealed what the movie is about, its title, or even what genre he's writing in, we can still speculate wildly about what big twist we're in for this time.The next one. On third draft. Super tight. Under a 100 pages. pic.twitter.com/gMjqH0nbAp — M. Night Shyamalan ⌛ (@MNightShyamalan) August 30, 2021The tweet shows a picture of the new script (closed tight, of course), with the caption: "The next one. On third draft. Super tight. Under a 100 pages." With common industry wisdom saying that one page of script is equal to roughly one minute of footage, all we can really speculate about Shyamalan's latest project is its length--but even that could surprise us.Other than his iconic twist endings, Shyamalan is known for his somewhat uneven body of work, ranging from beloved works like The Sixth Sense and Split, to total disasters like The Last Airbender and Lady In The Water. His latest film Old divided critics, with the film earning a middling aggregated score of 55 on GameSpot sister site Metacritic.Continue Reading at GameSpot

M. Night Shyamalan Is Already Deep Into His Next Script

M. Night Shyamalan's latest thriller Old hit cinemas just a couple of months ago, but the writer-director-producer has already moved on to his next project. While Shyamalan hasn't revealed what the movie is about, its title, or even what genre he's writing in, we can still speculate wildly about what big twist we're in for this time.

The tweet shows a picture of the new script (closed tight, of course), with the caption: "The next one. On third draft. Super tight. Under a 100 pages." With common industry wisdom saying that one page of script is equal to roughly one minute of footage, all we can really speculate about Shyamalan's latest project is its length--but even that could surprise us.

Other than his iconic twist endings, Shyamalan is known for his somewhat uneven body of work, ranging from beloved works like The Sixth Sense and Split, to total disasters like The Last Airbender and Lady In The Water. His latest film Old divided critics, with the film earning a middling aggregated score of 55 on GameSpot sister site Metacritic.

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