M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable sequel, Glass, officially began production this week for its planned January 18, 2019 debut, and it's been reported that - in a rare move - it's being made as a joint production between Universal Pictues and Walt Disney (under their Buena Vista International arm), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The partnership is a result of Buena Vista producing 2000's Unbreakable, and owning rights to it and some of the characters. Universal produced 2016's Split.
Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson are both reprising their role from Unbreakable for 2019's Glass, joined by James McAvoy from Split. Univeral plans to release the film domestically, with Buena Vista handling the international release.
Glass is scheduled for release January 18, 2019.