It’s no secret that the popularity of director M. Night Shyamalan has plummeted after his past few movies, but he has clearly not recognized the decline in quality or his fan base, as was made clear when a reporter recently asked him about it during a conference for his most recent film, The Last Airbender.
Since then, the next step down has come in the form of Devil, the new horror movie that Shyamalan isn’t directing but is a producer on. Anyone who has seen the trailer for this movie running in theaters has shared stories of the crowd booing, laughing, and all-around reacting about as negatively as a filmmaker could fear a crowd’s reaction to seeing something with their name attached to it.
Jumping on this wave of negative criticism, a new video has been created to spoof Shyamalan and the slow-yet-reluctant realization of his own dwindling fame. As you might expect, he stubbornly refuses to believe this could be happening to him and tries to figure out what evil forces could be behind it all, and the resulting parody is quite hilarious.
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