M. Night Shyamalan is Making a Trilogy. Of Movies. Really.
Is it too early to start making fun of M. Night Shyamalan’s next film? No? Thank god, because I have this whole thing written out already, and I would have been completely boned if you’d said, "Yes." Shyamalan--either through a deal with the devil (that even the devil is likely regretting about now); a series of misunderstandings so wacky they'd have to feature a guest appearance by Mr. Bean; or possibly just good ol' fashioned inscrutable Asian trickery--has managed to secure a three picture financing deal with Media Rights Capital called the Night Chronicles (because calling them "a colossal waste of money" seems a tad pessimistic).
Project #2Description: It was supposed to be the night of Mochachino’s life: She just landed the starring role in an all-transvestite rendition of
Project #1Description: A trailer comes out that looks kind of neat, but the storyline is left mysteriously vague. Upon further research, the movie you were initially, very briefly excited about starts to sound more and more like the plot to a coloring book. Logline: M. Night Shyamalan is trapped in one of his movies, but is he who he says he is? [Unfortunately, yes.]
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