The Glass Wikipedia Entry (Incorrectly) Teases an X-Men Crossover

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WARNING: The following article contains minor spoilers for M. Night Shyamalan's Glass, in theaters now.

Uniting characters from M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable and Split, Glass is built on the premise that superhumans should be exposed to the world so that they can live free and accepted. However, if the film's Wikipedia entry is to be believed (spoiler: it shouldn't), the ending includes an even bigger crossover.

Oh, sure, there's Samuel L. Jackson's Elijah Glass, Bruce Willis' David Dunn and James McAvoy's Kevin Wendell Crumb (and his Beast persona). But think bigger.

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We won't spoil the actual ending of Glass, but if you're turning to Wikipedia for clues, you may believe that Shyamalan concludes his trilogy with that notes that teases more superhumans coming to light. More specifically, a certain X-Man.

After the plan by psychiatrist Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson) fails, the Wikipedia entry contends, "The movie ends with a shot of Alaska, and a naked man with claws runs out." If you're familiar with Marvel's mutants, you'll know that's a reference to Wolverine after he escapes the Weapon X facility in the Alaskan wilderness. That he's naked and wielding claws says it all; it's something we've read time and time again in comics, and seen on screen in X-Men Origins: Wolverine and X-Men: Apocalypse. In those stories, Wolverine breaks free following the adamanatium experiments, slaughters almost everyone in the facility, escapes into the cold as a living weapon.

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To be clear, that doesn't happen in the Glass. At all. There's no post-credits or additional footage of any new superhumans revealing themselves to the world, and certainly not a naked, feral Wolverine.

Now, that doesn't mean a clawed superhuman can't exist in this superhero universe, off-screen, but until then, we'll leave that up to whatever fan fiction the mischievous author of this Wikipedia entry cooks up. We admit it would be intriguing to see Logan take on the invulnerable David and the Beast with his superhuman strength, but alas, it's not a crossover that's meant to be ... despite what the internet tells you.

Opening Friday nationwide, director M. Night Shyamalan's Glass stars James McAvoy as Kevin Wendell Crumb/The Beast, Bruce Willis as David Dunn, Anya Taylor-Joy as Casey Cooke, Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price/Mr. Glass and Sarah Paulson as Ellie Staple.

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