The new year is upon us, and while January is normally a quieter month for movie releases, we're just weeks away from one of the year's highly anticipated films arriving: "Glass," the sequel to "Unbreakable," and "Split." Alamo Drafthouse is holding early screenings for the much anticipated "Glass."

Cinemablend says that 25 Alamo Drafthouses across the country will be holding an M. Night Shyamalanathon, a marathon screening of his three films. This is the first public screening of "Glass" and tickets are being made free with the purchase of food and drink voucher.

M. Night Shyamalan guest speaker at Alamo Drafthouse New York

After the marathon, M. Night Shyamalan will hold a conversation, which will be broadcasted to all the other Alamo Drafthouse theatres. Originally moviegoers believed that "Split" was just another solo movie in M. Night Shyamalan's library. However, Bruce Willis' David Dunn, appears at the very end, revealing that these two Movies exist in the same universe. So it makes sense to film "Unbreakable" and "Split" ahead of "Glass." This marathon allows fans to witness this sage unfold all at once on the big screen.

Screenrant reported that "Unbreakable" was a success, while only making $248 million off a $75 million budget. The box office haul did not satisfy Disney, which released the film under Touchstone Pictures, so plans for an "Unbreakable" 2 fell through.

However, 20 years later, we're finally getting a conclusion to this trilogy. "Glass" will bring back David Dunn, who is searching for Kevin Wendell Crumb, whose most dangerous personality, has teamed up with Dunn's nemesis Elijah Price a.k.a. Mr. Glass.

'Glass' bringing back the key cast of characters

"Glass" is bringing back Spencer Treat Clark, and Charlene Woodard from "Unbreakable," and Anya-Taylor-Joy from "Split." Sarah Paulson is playing Dr.

Ellie Staple. While it's possible they could expand beyond the trilogy, M. Night Shyamalan has said that he is not planning on a "Glass" sequel in the near future.

"Glass" is not the first film offer a franchise-spanning marathon event. Previously, AMC held an MCU marathon to celebrate the arrival of "Avengers: Infinity War" and Cineplex held a Star Wars marathon as "The Last Jedi" arrived in theaters. Seeing that the "Unbreakable" series is deemed worthy of such an event, shows how far the series reputation has grown since it was first released.