The Hollywood hunk Bruce Willis has decided to join hands with the director M. Night Shyamalan for the sequel of psychological thriller ‘Unbreakable’.


Bruce Willis To Star In The 'Unbreakable' Thriller Sequel
Last Updated:
The recent ‘Cop Out’ lead actor Bruce Willis seems to be very much tied up with good many projects in  hands. Recently, Bruce has teamed up with the director M. Night Shyamalan for the sequel of psychological thriller ‘Unbreakable’ of 2000 flick.
 
Currently the actor and the director are having talks to go for the next sequel of ‘Unbreakable’ movie. Bruce mentions, "I've been talking to Night Shyamalan about going back to do the middle story to 'Unbreakable'. That whole story was written in three parts and he just chose to shoot the original story first where the two characters find out they have superpowers."
 
The whole story is made in three parts and currently they are planning to focus the second part in the next series, the actor reveals, “What he wanted to do at the time was shoot the second part where the two superheroes fight and we didn't do that; we started a different way but he's still talking about shooting that film.”
 
Bruce is expecting a lot from his latest film ‘Cop Out’ where for the first time in film history  a black actor and a white actor in a buddy cop movie are working together, Bruce informed, "One of you guys needs to write about this. Someone needs to write about the fact that even though this film descends from a long line of cop movies and cop buddy movies, I think this is the first time in history -- and maybe this is only important to me -- that a black actor and a white actor in a buddy cop movie where they work together everyday where it isn't even mentioned. Not one time in this film is it mentioned. That's a big step and that's a good thing. It doesn't have to be about that."
 
After ‘Sixth Sense’ in 1999, this will be their second collaboration project. Hopefully things turns out in a successful way for Bruce in his next thriller venture.
 
 
Entertainment

Top