M. Night Shyamalan confirmed the coming of “Split” sequel titled “Glass.” The new movie will be part of his shared cinematic universe that has been led by his 2000 movie “Unbreakable.”

Bruce Willis revealed that three movies are all connected in the closing credits of the new film. The 46-year-old film director now announced the details of the upcoming third movie on his Twitter page.

The returning characters

In a series of tweets, Shyamalan revealed some details in his new movie “Glass.” The first two films’ original stars Bruce Willis is going to reprise his role as David Dunn while Samuel L.

Jackson is also set to be back as Elijah Price/Mr. Glass. Also, fans will once again witness the invaluable performance of James McAvoy as the man with a dozen of personalities.

The 38-year-old star will play the roles as “Kevin Wendell Crumb, Patricia, Dennis, Hedwig, Barry, Jade, Orwell, The Beast, Heinrich, Norma, and so on,” per the screenwriter himself. He also announced the comeback of Anya Taylor Joy as Casey Cooke and his collaboration with Jason Blum and Universal Pictures to make the third installment, which he called “crazy comic book thriller,” possible.

Movie’s synopsis

People behind the movie also revealed the official synopsis of “Glass.” As “Split” has already ended, the new movie will see Dunn following the superhuman figure of The Beast in a number of bumping into Crumb.

Prince’s presence can also be felt watching the two as he is the orchestrator holding the secrets that are important for the both of them.

A terrifying climax

Meanwhile, “Split” received a worldwide success for earning more than $274 million globally after being produced for only $9 million. It is also critically acclaimed and praised by fans and critics alike.

Hence, a sequel is being made.

Shyamalan previously revealed that he is working on a sequel. In fact, he let slipped that he is almost done writing. However, he also confessed that the film’s ending has him terrified. "Writing climax of the new film. Had to step away. Heart pounding. Too scared and worried for the characters,” he tweeted.

He even said that writing the movie’s script is really like acting.

Additionally, the author also narrated that he almost added some sequences in the film that would have suggested to Dunn fight Price. However, he later realized to just remove it and save it instead for a big reveal at the post-credits scene. “Glass” is set to be released on January 18, 2019.