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Night Shyamalan won’t trust Sarah Michelle anymore in keeping secrets

Night Shyamalan won’t trust Sarah Michelle anymore in keeping secrets

Night Shyamalan won’t trust Sarah Michelle anymore in keeping secrets

Night Shyamalan won’t trust Sarah Michelle anymore in keeping secrets

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  • Any time soon, M. Night Shyamalan won’t be confiding a secret to Sarah Michelle Gellar.
  • The Buffy actress, 45, told the celebrated director, 52, “the most embarrassing story ever.”
  • When Shyamalan expressed fear that Gellar had leaked details of his future movie.
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Any time soon, M. Night Shyamalan won’t be confiding a secret to Sarah Michelle Gellar. The Buffy actress, 45, told the celebrated director, 52, “the most embarrassing story ever” about his 1999 smash hit The Sixth Sense during their Friday appearance on The Graham Norton Show.

When Shyamalan expressed fear that Gellar had leaked details of his future movie A Knock at the Cabin, the anecdote came up. She reassured him, though, saying, “No, not of that movie.”

“Shyamalan was concerned that this would be damaging, but Gellar retorted, “No, actually, to my relationship, it almost was. It concerns [Freddie Prinze Jr.].”

We’ve all seen Sixth Sense here, Gellar warned at the outset.

“Never do it!” Shyamalan issued a warning as the live audience started to chuckle.

Gellar continued her story despite her setbacks: “About 20 minutes into the film with [Freddie], I made a comment. Like that, it appeared. Ah, is that it? And it was 15 years before my hubby joined me to watch a movie.”

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Laughing, Shyamalan said, “Rightfully so.”

“I forgot about that until I just saw you here. I’m having PTSD,” added Gellar.

Gellar and Prinze, both 46, got married in 2002 after collaborating on the films I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997), She’s All That (1999), and Scooby-Doo (2002). They have a daughter named Charlotte Grace, 13, and a son named Rocky James, 10, together.

Bruce Willis played child psychologist, Dr. Malcolm Crowe, in the movie Sixth Sense, which is famous for having one of the most stunning (and hence spoiler-prone) endings in movie history. Cole Sear (played by Haley Joel Osment) is a young kid who has the ability to see ghosts.

Six Oscar nominations were made for the movie, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay for Shyamalan.

In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Shyamalan gushed about his bond with Willis, 67, who also starred in his trilogy Unbreakable (2000), Split (2016), and Glass (2019).

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He claimed earlier this month, “I had his posters up on my wall when I was a youngster, and only he could portray that character in Pulp Fiction or Die Hard.

And it means so much to me because he was so important in starting my career and my life, said Shyamalan. Since our families are so close, I’ll always think of him as a big brother and be mindful of the extent to which he shielded me.

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