M. Night Shyamalan returned to his deeply underrated hit Unbreakable with 2016’s Split, a loose sequel that only tied to it with a single scene. That movie is Glass, and the new trailer for the sequel unleashes the beast.
In the first trailer for Glass released earlier in the summer, we got to take a peek at the movie’s story that focuses on Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), better known as Mr. Glass, orchestrating a plan at a psychiatric ward to unleash the superhumans of the world. The second trailer gets into the main details of the plan—getting Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy), also known as “The Horde,” to permanently change in to the Beast and show the world people like him do exist.
And he does, with the trailer showing some very impressive shots of The Beast turning over cars and crawling across walls.
The trailer does a great job of keeping important information contained while establishing a showdown between the Beast and fellow superhuman David Dunn, better known as the Overseer (Bruce Willis). We’ve pretty much known for a while that this will be Mr. Glass’ movie, but the new trailer really brings that point across.
You can see the full trailer down below. Glass arrives in theaters January 18, 2019.