Movie News: More 'Unbreakable' Stars Return for ‘Glass'




Glass: Spencer Treat Clark, the former child actor who played Bruce Willis’s son in Unbreakable, will reprise his role in M. Night Shyamalan’s sequel, Glass. Fortunately, the now nearly 30-year-old actor has kept in the business, most recently appearing as a regular on the series Animal Kingdom. Charlayne Woodard will also be reprising her Unbreakable part as the mother of Elijah “Glass” Price (Samuel L. Jackson). [THR]



A Man Called Ove: Another of last year’s foreign-language Oscar nominees is being remade. Joining the Jack Nicholson-led Toni Erdmann now is a Tom Hanks-led version of A Man Called Ove, about a grumpy old man and the friendship he forms with some new neighbors. Hanks will also produce the remake of the Swedish film, which also was nominated for its makeup and was also originally based on a novel by Fredrik Backman. [Variety]


 



Kill the Minotaur: Universal is working with the producers of The Walking Dead to make a movie out of the new comic book series Kill the Minotaur. Based on the ancient myth, this fantasy-horror version follows hero Theseus as he attempts to navigate an intricate labyrinth to find and kill the titular creature (seen above in Wrath of the Titans) before it escapes the maze and wreaks havoc on the rest of the world. [Deadline]


 



The Meyerowitz Stories Trailer: Ben Stiller and Adam Sandler are brothers, Elizabeth Marvel is their sister and Dustin Hoffman is their father in The Meyerowitz Stories. And all of them are running a lot in the first full trailer for the Noah Baumbach-helmed drama below. Find the movie in theaters and on Netflix on October 13. [Movieclips]