As I have posted elsewhere
, this was announced back in September 21st
(Tuesday) on MTV Splash Page
MTV Splash Page wrote:"MTV Presents 'Unbreakable: Ten Years Later' With M. Night Shyamalan" will be held Sunday, October 10, at 12:45 PM in the IGN Theater.
M. Night Shyamalan ("The Sixth Sense," "Signs," "The Village," "The Last Airbender"), one of the most successful filmmakers of our time, joins MTV News' Josh Horowitz for an anniversary retrospective of the groundbreaking comic book movie. Don't miss this exclusive one-time event as the director takes fans inside the fan-favorite film with never-before-heard stories and special surprises.
Still, I have been thinking that this may be a RUSE, considering that on the same day as this announcement, TLA's actual worldwide gross for 9/19/2010 was known to be $290,604,456. A week prior, the actual worldwide gross for 9/12/2010 was known to be $281,950,811. I mean, after 10 years, how many people are really interested to know more about Unbreakable? MTV splashpage did report
back in September 2nd that "Unbreakable 2" story was repurposed for the third movie for Night Chronicles. It could be related to that.
If it IS about "Unbreakable" AND we do happen to get a Q&A slot for "The Last Airbender", PLEASE DO NOT ASK HIM WHEN THE SEQUEL WILL BE GREENLIT. Rick Marshall of MTV already asked M.Night
- he does not know. It is like asking "Are we there yet?! Are we there yet?!!" If anybody ask that question, take the mike from the guy and beat the CRAP OUT OF HIM!!!
Save the Q&A slot for the more important questions like can Paramount release an extended edition of the movie?