SHYAMALAN BOOK: “A NIGHT-CENTRIC VIEW OF HOW NIGHT WORKS”…IF YOU CARE

SHYAMALAN BOOK: “A NIGHT-CENTRIC VIEW OF HOW NIGHT WORKS”…IF YOU CARE

In a new book entitled “The Man Who Heard Voices: Or, How M. Night Shyamalan Risked His Career on a Fairy Tale” Sports Illustrated writer Michael Bamberger spent a year tailing Shyamalan to write the “tell-all book” that details the directors falling out with Disney over his latest self-proclaimed opus “Lady in the Water.” It also makes Night out to be an arrogant sounding dick who thinks the world of himself. And cries alot. Oh, M. Night, when will you understand? Great directors are born, not promoted as such. Just ask Brett Ratner.

Read all about it at The LA Times>>>




Posted on June 22, 2006 in News by
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