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M. Night Shyamalan has confirmed via Twitter that he’s returning to the director’s chair for the third phase of the “American Psycho” trilogy. The filmmaker previously revealed that he was working on three scripts for the project, but he only confirmed that he was working together with his long-time producing partner and wife, Emma Tillinger Burns.
Shyamalan’s “American Psycho” franchise has spawned four films (including the third installment), the first of which was released in 2004. He was recently criticized for calling the third installment “American Psycho 3: The Final Cut” on Twitter after seeing the final cut of a first trailer for the film, but he clarified that this was his intent and not an attempt to spoil the surprise that we will all get to experience in the last film.
He first stated that he was going to film the sequel in “the same, very cold location [of Los Angeles]” but later announced that he would move back to Nashville to complete the production without the help of any of his “American Psycho” collaborators David Fincher or Brad Pitt.
“I wanted to do it on my own, so it’s the greatest decision I’ve ever made,” Shyamalan announced. “I love Nashville. What I love about it is how great it is and how big it is.”
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Shyamalan previously stated that he wanted to make a “real-life American Psycho.” The filmmaker and Burns have since discussed their plans to produce a live-action version of “The Sixth Sense,” which has been slated to be directed by “American” star Bruce Willis.
Shyamalan’s “American Psycho II” and “American Psycho III” were both directed by Tim Burton that had some controversy within the film community. Burton and Shyamalan were scheduled to star as the two main characters in a remake of “The Silence of the Lambs,” but that project too fell apart after several of the cast members left the film.
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