On November 22, 2000, the film was released in US theaters Unbreakable, second directed by M. Night Shyamalan just one year after the worldwide success of Il sixth sense. 20 years have passed since then and two sequels and the director intervened via social media to celebrate the anniversary for one of his most beloved films of his career.
Speaking on his Twitter profile, the director shared a shot dating back to the time of filming where we can see him with his two small children in his arms; the shot in question, as specified by Shyamalan, was taken in the days when the famous scene was being shot in which the character of Samuel L. Jackson in an attempt to follow a suspect falls from the subway stairs, fracturing himself once again the bones of the body.
"This is a photo of me on set directing the scene where Elijah falls down the subway stairs in Unbreakable 20 years ago. The eldest daughter is now a professional musician, while the diapered one has just directed two episodes of Servant. Happy 20th anniversary to the cast and crew".
Since then it's been a long time and passionate fans of the Bruce Willis movie have been asking for an Unbreakable sequel for years, finally arrived (and covertly) with Split in 2017, closely followed by Glass in 2019, with which the trilogy was definitively (?) closed.
Shyamalan has wrapped filming on Old, his next film coming July 23, 2021. Collider's sources revealed that Old events are set in motion when a group of people find a dead body on a beach and slowly realizes that something unnatural is happening in that corner of the world.
For more information, we refer you to the review of Servant and the special on the Shyamalan Cinematic Universe.