Glass, from writer-director M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Signs), is coming to digital (including Movies Anywhere) April 2 and to 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and on demand April 16 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
The film earned $107.9 million in theaters.
Glass completes Shyamalan’s grounded-in-reality, comic-book thriller trilogy, started with Unbreakable and Split. It stars James McAvoy (Split, Atonement), Samuel L. Jackson (Hitman’s Bodyguard, “Avengers” Franchise, Unbreakable), Bruce Willis (Unbreakable, Die Hard), Sarah Paulson (Ocean’s Eight, “American Horror Story”) and Anya-Taylor Joy (Split, The Witch). The story offers s closer look at the world of the Elijah Price, also known as Mr. Glass (Jackson), David Dunn (Willis) and Kevin Wendell Crumb (McAvoy) as they experience a series of escalating encounters in an escape from an asylum and embark on a battle of good versus evil.
More than 60 minutes of special features on 4K UHD, Blu-ray and digital include:
- “The Collection of Main Characters,”a look at all the main players and how they fit in the universe created by Shyamalan;
- “Bringing the Team Back Together,” in which the cast and crew share personal stories of why Shyamalan’s productions feel like seeing family again;
- “David Dunn vs. The Beast,” an in-depth look at the animalistic face-off between David Dunn and the Beast;
- “Glass Decoded,” in which Shyamalan unveils some secrets of continuity and style from across the trilogy;
- “Breaking Glass: The Stunts,” about the stunts that show the superhuman strength of the Beast;
- “Connecting the Glass Universe,” exploring Shyamalan’s stylistic approach to the trilogy and the concept of a comic book movie grounded in reality;
- “M. Night Shyamalan: Behind the Lens,” in which the cast and crew discuss Shyamalan’s meticulous approach to storytelling;
- “The Sound of Glass,” in which composer West Dylan Thordson elaborates on his use of string instruments to create tension, and explains why recording the score on-location enhanced the tone of the movie;
- “Enhancing the Spectacle,” in which the VFX team provides details on the task of using CGI to intensify the narrative;
- “Raven Hill Memorial,” about the Raven Hill Memorial Hospital location;
- “Night Vision,” a look at the the storyboards and their similarity to the final shots in the film;
- an alternate opening with an introduction by Shyamalan;
- deleted scenes with introductions by director Shyamalan;
- and “A Conversation with James McAvoy and M. Night Shyamalan.”
DVD special features include the alternate opening, deleted scenes and “A Conversation with James McAvoy and M. Night Shyamalan.”