When you think of M. Night Shyamalan you think of the "Sixth Sense" (if you haven't seen it and don't know about the movie and want to see it stop reading here).  You think of little Haley Joel Osment and those quiet words, "I See Dead People."  Well, I just found out something today that was the equivalent of the shock when I realized Bruce Willis was dead the whole time in the "Sixth Sense."  It was a movie that M. Night Shyamalan wrote.

One of my favorite coming of age movies that came out in the 90's was a movie called "She's All That."  It starred Freddie Prinze Jr., Paul Walker, Rachel Leigh Cook, and even Usher.

I loved that movie.

So today I found out that the man who gave us the movie "The Sixth Sense," "Lady in the Water," "Signs," and "The Village," amongst others, wrote "She's All That."  He ghost-wrote this movie.

My mind is blown!

Catch M. Night Shyamalan's latest movie in theaters now, "After Earth."