The twists just never end with M. Night Shyamalan.
The writer/director who famously penned the 1999 thriller "The Sixth Sense," just revealed he not-so-famously wrote another movie that year: "She's All That."
Yes, as in the Freddie Prinze, Jr.-starring teenage rom-com. Let that sink in for a second.
The "After Earth" director told Movies.com in a May 29 interview that he once ghostwrote a screenplay, and, at first, was understandably coy about the flick's identity. After not very much probing by the interviewer, Shyamalan dropped the bomb: "I ghost-wrote the movie 'She's All That.'"
We don't know what it's going to take people longer to wrap their heads around: the fact that Bruce Willis's character is dead (spoiler alert for anyone who lives under a rock), or that Shyamalan wrote the line, "There are two thousand girls at this school and I bump monkeys with every one of 'em. Taylor Vaughan is totally replaceable."
[via Movies.com h/t Gawker]