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'Old' M. Night Shyamalan: Via Universal Pictures
'Old' M. Night Shyamalan: Via Universal Pictures

In time for the summer movie season, M. Night Shyamalan is delivering the beach trip from hell in the first trailer for Old, which premiered during Super Bowl LV. Shyamalan returns to the big screen after 2019’s Glass, his conclusion to the Unbreakable trilogy. Most recently he’s been scaring up audiences with his series Servant on Apple+.   

The Old trailer shows it’s all fun and games until the unsuspecting beach visitors discover some mysterious force is causing time to speed up and age them. A trip to the beach hasn’t gone left this quick since Jaws. Audiences get a peek at the beachgoers made up of a star-studded cast including Vicky Krieps, Gael Garcia Bernal, Ken Leung, Eliza Scanlen, and Alex Wolff. 

‘Old’ Trailer: Universal Pictures


Old is inspired by the graphic novel Sandcastle by Pierre Oscar Levy and Frederik Peeters. Not immune to pandemic delays like so many others, Old, initially slated for February 26th of this year, has pushed its premiere to July 23rd. Time to wait until then.

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