Summer heat is finally beginning to encroach upon us, and so we have a trio of sun-soaked movies to match the pleasant weather, and one for those who prefer to stay indoors.
Ben Aldridge said his work with Jonathan Groff in Knock at the Cabin is an example of positive LGBT+ representation.
The former Harry Potter star appears in Knock at the Cabin after working with Shyamalan on TV series Servant.
Your movies to stream this week include an Oscar favourite, Shyamalan's latest twisty thriller, and a new A24 joint.
The combination of pandemic restrictions and filming in the Dominican Republic during the hurricane season made for a tricky shoot.
Actor Alex Wolff tells Yahoo he has developed a close bond with Hollywood icon Nicolas Cage while working with him on upcoming film Pig.
Ever since The Sixth Sense in 1999, director M Night Shyamalan has been trying to shake off the “horror” tag.
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Shyamalan has crafted his own cult story in Servant, the Apple TV+ series that debuts its second season on Jan. 15.
A female director filed a copyright infringement suit on Wednesday against M. Night Shyamalan and Apple, accusing them of bastardizing her 2013 film and re-envisioning it through a male gaze. Francesca Gregorini wrote and directed "The Truth About Emanuel," a psychological thriller about a woman who forms a relationship with a doll after the death […]
With a second season commission already sorted, M. Night Shyamalan's new psychological horror series is looking to the future.
The 'Harry Potter' star stepped outside of his comfort zone to play the slimy sibling of one of the main characters in slippery Apple TV+ show 'Servant'.
The maestro of the dramatic plot twist has plenty in store with his new Apple TV+ psychological horror series 'Servant'.
Oscar-nominated filmmaker explains his approach to twist endings and shares how Bruce Willis compared "Sixth Sense" to "Pulp Fiction."
M. Night Shyamalan says he turned down advances from Marvel and DC to direct comic book films.
Shyamalan's wish to market his 2000 movie as a superhero origin story was rejected by Disney executives.
'The Sixth Sense' star is not expected to make an appearance in Shyamalan's 'Eastrail #177' trilogy.