Having done a stellar job of trying to torpedo his own career through the likes of The event, The last AirbenderY After EarthM. Night Shyamalan hopes his recent revival continues when call the booth It hits theaters in February next year.
The visit, Pull apart, GlassY Ancient I’ve seen the filmmaker return to his roots by delivering smaller-scale psychological stories, and while the critical consensus has been mixed on his latest quartet of feature films, each one has made money. call the booth It promises to be another entirely new detour for the Oscar nominee, with Dave Bautista in line to deliver what could be the performance of his career.
Having finally confirmed that the film is an adaptation of Paul G. Tremblay The Cabin at the End of the World, the basic bones of the narrative are easy enough to decipher. Of course, this is Shyamalan we’re talking about, so there’s no doubt he has at least a trick or two up his sleeve to keep things from becoming predictable.
Jonathan Groff and Ben Aldridge play a couple vacationing in the wilderness with their daughter, when Bautista arrives on the scene to break down the doors and present the family unit with a big question, one that could alter the fate of the entire world. .
Or maybe he’s just a big crazy guy. Either way, it’s a fact we won’t know until call the booth arrives, given Shyamalan’s penchant for secrecy.