"Glass" may be completing the planned trilogy by director M Night Shyamalan that began nearly two decades ago with "Unbreakable", but actor James McAvoy wants the filmmaker to make more films which are part of the universe.
The "Split" actor believes there is still a lot of scopes to develop new stories and characters in the domain.
"I can't speak for Night. I would like there to be more. I think there's definitely the potential for more in terms of the roles that he's created and the rationalisation for what a superhero or villain is. There's definitely room for more. But in terms of whether he would feel as fresh, I don't know," McAvoy told Entertainment Weekly.
Shyamalan, however, was more hesitant about the prospect.
"How about I avoid that question altogether? There's no good answer to it. I mean, look, I have two new ideas for movies, so I want to write those. 'Glass' is the only movie I've ever done that's related to another movie I've ever done. So, it's not a habit of mine," he said.
"I like making up new things, and trying new colours, so that's probably the best answer. Where my sweet spot is, is thinking of a new kind of story each time and trying to make it as best I can, and see if it connects with the audience at that time," Shyamalan added. "Glass" is scheduled to release in January next year.
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