And it’s all coming from a writer and director best known for his comedy, and certainly not his horror.
The actor appears game to reprise his villainous role in an upcoming film nearly two decades after the original.
A sequel you say? This is M. Night Shyamalan we’re talking about, so you know there has to be a twist.
Michael Hinman shares his own twist-filled love/hate relationship with the one-time acclaimed director.
The director, who may have found his first critical hit in a long time with ‘Split,’ wants to helm an episode of the Netflix series.
An entire season for the Margaret Atwood dystopian series is ready to go, but Darren Aronofsky needs a new network home.