While the Introspective version showed the singer lost in the wilderness, the Inspirational version featured a compelling narrative that showed the lengths people go through just to take care of those they love!
Since the Inspirational version is directed by M. Night Shyamalan, we were expecting a huge twist to happen — but we're happy to say, no ghosts or vengeful plants popped up at any point (that we know of)!
Ch-ch-check out the Inspirational version (above) and Introspective version (below) of Rise Up!
M. Night Shyamalan is known for making movies with surprise endings, but we TRULY didn’t see this one coming!
The same year he wrote and directed his huge hit The Sixth Sense, Shyamalan also says he wrote Stuart Little and She’s All That, starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook. Talk about crossing genres!
You won’t find M. Night’s name in the credits for She’s All That though because he was hired as a “ghost writer”. However, the man who IS credited with writing the movie is named R. Lee Fleming.
Hmm - M. Night, R. Lee. Sounds VERY similar!!! Are they the same person??? Is R. Lee who M. Night used to be before his high school crush gave him a makeover??? Oh the twist ending possibilities!!!
He reportedly was busted for minor in possession of alcohol in 2001 (when he was 19-20 years old), for unlawful use of a license in 2002, and seven times for speeding between 2000-2012. He was even charged with leaving the scene of an accident once before in 2002, but that was later amended.
But those violations pale in comparison to the bust that could damn him to a murder charge. As we previously reported, he's already been busted for a DUI (though it was called an OWI in Iowa) back in 2005. He got 60 days in jail, a year probation, and a fine of $500.
Doesn't seem like much of a penalty to us. But it could change everything for him now. Legal expert Troy Slaten explained to E! News why: