LEGO ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Sets Tease Some Potential Spoilers
The follow post contains pictures of LEGO’s upcoming Avengers: Endgame sets, which may contain some spoilers from the toys. Or “toylers”, if you will.
The fine Danish folks at LEGO have unveiled their line of sets connected to Avengers: Endgame. And while there isn’t anything mind-blowing contained in the five LEGOs coming to stores soon, they do suggest a couple of potential spoilers about characters and plots in the movie. Also, pretty much all the little LEGO minifigs of the Avengers are in those new white-and-red uniforms they’re sporting at the end of the most recent trailer. Either they’re hugely important in the film, or LEGO wanted to ensure completists who already had the Avengers in their collections had a reason to pick up these new sets.
While movie toys are not always accurate to the films they’re inspired by, they’re rarely completely disconnected from them either. The stuff in these LEGOs is either in Avengers: Endgame in some form, or they were in it at some point only to be cut out during editing. Or the LEGO dudes just got very creative — but that is by far the more unlikely of the three options. So, for example, the existence of a “War Machine Buster” LEGO set strongly implies we will see Don Cheadle get his spin inside on of those gigantic Hulkbuster armors that have previously appeared in Avengers: Age of Ultron and Avengers: Infinity War.
You will also note that the Avengers Quinjet set comes with some Chitauri aliens, the bad guys who tried to invade earth in the original Avengers movie. While they could just show up again looking to cause more trouble, that could also be further confirmation of the persistent rumor that the Avengers are going to do a little time traveling in Endgame, perhaps even back to the original Avengers film and the Battle of New York.
Take a look at the Endgame LEGOs for yourself. See anything else that jumps out at you as potential teases or spoilers? Let us know in the comments below.
Avengers: Endgame opens in theaters on April 26.
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