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UNBREAKABLE 2 a Possibilty
Writer/director M. Night Shyamalan told SCI FI Wire that he originally wanted to do a sequel to his superhero film Unbreakable, but thought better of it when critics and audiences reacted lukewarmly to the movie. “I would have, but I just didn’t feel enough love,” Shyamalan said in an interview while promoting his next movie, Signs. “That’s the true answer. Most people won’t give you the true answer. I just didn’t feel enough love.”
Shyamalan added that he was a bit surprised by the negative reaction to the movie, which starred Bruce Willis as a reluctant hero. “I was mostly surprised at the lack of the acknowledgment of what at least we aspired to do, [which] was to do the classy, non-fighting [non-Green-] Goblins-on-the-roof version [of a comic-book story]. Spider-Man was the goblins on the roof. I liked Spider-Man a lot. And my favorite part of it was the first hour, again, becoming Spider-Man. That’s what I like, and that’s what I wanted to make a movie of. And yeah, I have other ideas for Mr. Glass [Samuel L. Jackson] and Bruce’s character, but … .”
Asked if he might be persuaded to do a sequel, Shyamalan said, “I don’t know. There’s a lot of [fans], like when we had the first screening of Signs, these Unbreakable fanatics came out in force. And I was like, wow. They all came out. They came out with the DVDs and the posters. I was like, holy moley. And there was one Sixth Sense DVD there. And everybody else was Unbreakable. And I was like, wow. I guess there is a little cult thing going on. But that was really sweet. I don’t know. I don’t know. Maybe.” Signs, which stars Mel Gibson as a man who must deal with crop circles on his family farm, opens Aug. 2.