The Unbreakable trilogy of M. Night Shyamalan will finally have its final installment on theaters this 2019. Glass is the direct sequel to the Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016) films. This film features a star-studded cast. Members include James McAvoy, Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, Charlayne Woodard, and Spencer Treat Clark.

As one of the main characters of the film, the highlight goes to James McAvoy’s character. He plays the role of a former Philadelphia zoo employee suffering from DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder), Kevin Wendell Crumb. Thus, aside from his body’s original personality, he has 23 more personalities to live with. Amazingly, every time these personalities take over the body, his body’s chemistry changes accordingly.

Kevin’s personalities add a complicated twist to the story. Get to know all of Kevin Wendell Crumb’s personalities through the list below:

1. Barry

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Barry is an effeminate fashion designer. He is one of the nicer ones among Kevin’s other personalities. He is considered to be very charismatic and extroverted. Barry was originally the dominant personality before Hedwig stole “the light” from him. After that, The Horde took over Kevin’s body.

2. Patricia

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James McAvoy / Split / Universal Pictures. © 2016. All rights reserved.

A sophisticated and obsequious woman, Patricia has a considerable level of command over the other personalities. She has impeccable manners but can be quite compulsive. Similarity, she can converse politely with others, even when making threats. Despite being an aggressive character herself, Patricia worships The Beast blindly. She, Hedwig, and Dennis make up The Horde.

3. Hedwig

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Hedwig is a nine-year-old boy who loves dancing to Kanye West’s music. He can be very gullible sometimes too. Because of his childish nature, The Beast easily fascinates him. Although he is a part of The Horde, he is not inherently evil. Hedwig shows a particular sense of subservience toward Patricia.

4. Dennis

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Dennis is one of the earliest of Kevin’s personalities to form. He is a perverted man with a penchant for watching young girls dance naked. In addition, he is profiled as manipulative, tough, and intelligent. Together with Patricia and Hedwig, the three of them are called The Horde by the 20 other personalities. As part of The Horde, Dennis worships The Beast. Moreover, he wants to awaken him.

5. Orwell

Orwell is the personality with a historian background. Consequently, he is highly intelligent and introverted. Orwell briefly compared the feud between The Horde and the other personalities to historical events. He especially noted those events during the 11th and 12th Centuries.

6. Jade

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A typical teenage girl, Jade is known for her foul mouth. Apparently, she is suffering from diabetes. Due to that, she must take insulin, causing her to complain about it most of the time.

7. Luke, Ann and Mary Reynolds, Norma, and Mr. Pritchard

These personalities only appear briefly while in custody. Luke and Norma are both southern people. Luke, though, have a penchant for spoiling movie plots. Ann and Mary Reynolds are twins. Mr. Pritchard is another intellectual just like Orwell. However, he specializes in cinema instead of history.

8. The Beast

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James McAvoy / Split / Universal Pictures. © 2016. All rights reserved.

The Beast is the most dangerous out of all of Kevin’s personalities. He believes the “impure”, “broken”, and “abused” are the most superior being. A megalomaniac, The Beast is very violent and even prefers eating human flesh.

Split gives the spotlight to all of these personalities. However, in Glass, only The Beast and Kevin will probably have more screen time. Take a look for yourself, with Glass showing in theaters this coming January 18, 2019.

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