Cult director M. Night Shyamalan tells why he never waits for Hollywood stars, how the big film studios miscalculated during the pandemic – and why cinema will never die.
Director and writer M. Night Shyamalan rose to fame in 1999’s Bruce Willis thriller The Sixth Sense. The wild twists and turns of films like ‘Unbreakable’, ‘The Village’ and ‘Split’ have made him one of the highest paid screenwriters in the world. His new horror film “Knock At The Cabin” starts on February 9th movie theater. In the USA, the 52-year-old has already done what no other filmmaker has managed to do for weeks: pushing “Avatar 2” off the top of the cinema charts.