On January 18, the final installment of M. Night Shyamalan's Eastrail 177 Trilogy, Glass, hits theaters. Brought to us by Universal and Blumhouse, the film brings the characters of 2000's Unbreakable and 2016's Split into one place for one reason only: so Mr. Glass can bring together two unstoppable forces for a real-life superpowered showdown.

In the above exclusive clip from Glass, Mr. Glass (played by Samuel L. Jackson), in true supervillain form, unveils his diabolical plan. If you recall from Unbreakable, Glass feels that David Dunn (Bruce Willis) is, in fact, a superhero walking the Earth. The best way to test his theory (aside from causing the deaths of hundreds of people via crashing trains) is pitting Dunn against "The Horde" (played by James McAvoy), who we met in Split. If you've seen both films, you know both Dunn and "The Horde" display unimaginable power. What's going to happen when they are forced to duke it out?

Find out on January 18, when M. Night Shyamalan completes his grounded superhero saga in Glass.