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Check Out This Massive Photo Gallery of the New “Avengers” Endgame” Lego Sets

Get ready to relive the action of Marvel’s “Avengers: Endgame” in LEGO form, as the company has officially unveiled their line of construction sets for the biggest MCU movie ever.

We saw these LEGO sets previously due to a leak from another source, but it’s nice to have confirmation on the line, along with additional details and more photos. And boy, are there a lot of photos here!

All of the products you see below will be available to purchase starting today. Check out the pics and descriptions below:

76123 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Captain America: Outriders Attack

167 pieces | Age 6+ 19.99 (USD) Available April 1st

Build Captain America’s bike and attack the Outriders!

Take on 3 Outriders with Captain America’s bike! Fight back with the Captain America shield shooters. Then jump out of the cockpit, detach the blasters, and battle those enemy Outriders one on one!

• This Captain America playset includes 4 Marvel Universe minifigures: Captain America and 3 Outriders.

• Captain America’s bike features a minifigure cockpit, 2 Captain America shield shooters, front wheel with detachable non-shooting blasters, attachment points for minifigures, fold-down bike stand, headlight element and an exhaust flame element.

• Detach the blasters and put them in Captain America’s hands ready for battle and imaginative play.

• This superhero playset includes Captain America’s new-for-March-2019 helmet element and Avengers team suit decoration.

• Recreate thrilling action from the Marvel Avengers movies with this awesome LEGO® construction toy.

• Captain America’s vehicle measures over 2” (7cm) high, 8” (21cm) long and 2” (7cm) wide.

76124 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes War Machine Buster

362 pieces | Age 7+ 34.99 (USD) Available April 1st

Overpower the Outriders with the War Machine Buster mech model!

Emergency! Ant-Man is under attack by the dangerous Outriders. Fly to the rescue with the mighty War Machine Buster! Fire the 6-stud rapid shooter and the flick missiles. Grab an Outrider with the massive mech’s powerful hands. Then detach the stud-shooting cannons and battle the enemy on the ground with War Machine!

• This buildable superhero playset includes 4 Marvel Universe minifigures: War Machine, Ant-Man and 2 Outriders.

• War Machine Buster mech features an opening minifigure cockpit, 6-stud rapid shooter, 2 detachable stud-shooting cannons, 2 flick missiles, posable arms and legs, gripping hands and an opening storage compartment for extra ammo.

• Detach the stud-shooting cannons and place in the War Machine minifigure’s hands and on his shoulder.

• The War Machine and Ant-Man minifigures in this LEGO® building set for kids feature new-for-March- 2019 Avengers team suit decoration.

• Recreate thrilling action from the Marvel Avengers movies with this creative construction toy.

• War Machine Buster mech measures over 6” (17cm) high, 2” (6cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide.

76125 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Iron Man Hall of Armor

524 pieces | Age 7+ 59.99 (USD) Available April 1st

Build an Iron Man lab and test different Iron Man armored suits!

Join Tony Stark in the Iron Man Hall of Armor and experiment with new tech! Make a smoothie in the kitchen. Work at the desk and get suited up using the robotic arms. Lift heavy objects in the Iron Man lab wearing the massive Igor Suit. And if your experiments go wrong, get the robot to put out fires with the fire extinguisher. But watch out—an Outrider is trying to break in so grab a weapon and capture this dangerous invader! You can rebuild this awesome Hall of Armor in loads of different ways, so the action never stops!

• Includes 5 Marvel Universe minifigures: Iron Man MK 1, Iron Man MK 5, Iron Man MK 41, Iron Man MK 50 and an Outrider.

• This buildable superhero toy features an Iron Man lab with detachable modules that can be combined and stacked in many different ways to create alternative play experiences.

• Iron Man lab includes: a rotating podium with 2 posable robotic arms; desk with translucent-blue screen, minifigure chair and cup elements; kitchen module with a buildable smoothie maker and cup element; weapon storage module with a stud shooter, power-up jetpack and energy beam element for the minifigures; tool storage module with a wrench; modules to store Iron Man suits; radar dish; safety barrier elements; fire extinguisher and 2 flame elements.

• Connect modules into a circle to create a screen room or a prison for the bad guys.

• This superhero playset also includes an Igor Suit mech, featuring an opening minifigure cockpit and posable arms and legs, and a posable robot on wheels for imaginative play.

• Accessory elements include Tony Stark face and hair elements to attach to the Iron Man suit minifigures.

• Iron Man MK 1, Iron Man MK 5 and Iron Man MK 41 minifigures are new for March 2019.

• Recreate exciting action from the Marvel Avengers movies with this cool LEGO® building set for kids.

• Iron Man lab measures over 5” (13cm) high, 13” (35cm) wide and 6” (17cm) deep with modules in tandard formation. s

• Igor Suit measures over 3” (9cm) high, 1” (5cm) long and 3” (9cm) wide.

76126 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers Ultimate Quinjet

838 pieces | Age 8+ 79.99 (USD) Available April 1st

Create the Ultimate Quinjet and battle the Avengers’ enemies!

Get set for battle against the Chitauri with the Avengers Ultimate Quinjet! Prepare the weapons with

Rocket and Thor in the passenger compartment. Jump in the cockpit with Black Widow and take off. Fire

the stud shooters and the 6-stud rapid shooter. Make a smooth landing and continue the fight on the wings. Then surprise the enemy with the stud-shooting trike!

• This buildable superhero playset includes 6 new-for-March-2019 Marvel Universe minifigures: Black Widow, Hawkeye, Rocket, Thor and 2 Chitauri.

• The Marvel Ultimate Quinjet model features an opening minifigure cockpit, 2 stud shooters, opening passenger compartment with 2 minifigure seats and weapon racks, opening rear compartment with fold-out 6-stud rapid shooter and trike, adjustable wings and spinning rotors.

• Trike features a minifigure seat and 2 stud shooters.

• Weapons include Black Widow’s 2 energy sticks, Hawkeye’s bow & arrow, Rocket’s gun and Chitauri’s 2 blasters for imaginative play.

• Black Widow, Hawkeye, Rocket and Thor LEGO® minifigures feature new-for-March-2019 Avengers team suit decoration.

• Recreate exciting action from the Marvel Avengers movies with this superhero toy building set.

• Ultimate Quinjet measures over 4” (12cm) high, 15” (40cm) long and 11” (28cm) wide

76131 – LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers Compound Battle

699 pieces | Age 8+ 99.99 (USD) Available April 1st

Construct the awesome Avengers HQ and fend off intruders!

Team up with Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Hulk, Nebula and Ant-Man and defend the Avengers’ compound! Make plans in the office and grab weapons from the table’s secret compartment. Monitor Thanos and the Outrider’s approach to the Avengers HQ with the radar, then speed into action. Activate the rooftop defense system. Target the Outrider with the offroader’s dual stud shooter, then launch the Avengers’ helicopter and fire its rapid shooter!

• This buildable superhero playset includes 4 Marvel Universe minifigures: Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Nebula and a 4-armed Outrider, plus posable Hulk and Thanos big figures and an Ant-Man microfigure.

• This construction toy features the Avengers compound with a 2-level office building, helipad, garage, plus a helicopter and offroader for creative play.

• The office building features: 2 Avengers ‘A’ logo elements on the exterior wall; rotating, tilting spring- loaded shooter on the rooftop; lower level with an entrance, buildable rotating computer and a ‘laser- beam’ safe; and an upper level with a meeting room, table with secret compartment, rotating door leading to the helipad and accessory elements including 3 chairs, 2 guns, 3 cups and a jug.

• The compound also features: a helipad with 2 dual stud shooters and bridge to the office building; garage for the offroader with a ramp, opening barrier and a rotating, tilting radar dish; and tool racks with crowbar, wrench, welder and circular saw elements.

• Helicopter features an opening minifigure cockpit, 2 spinning, tilting rotors and a 6-stud rapid shooter.

• Offroader features a minifigure cockpit and rotating turret with dual stud shooter and standing room for a minifigure. • Weapons include Nebula’s sword and Thanos’s buildable, double-sided battle axe.

• Accessory elements include Captain Marvel 10 Power Bursts for imaginative play.

• The Iron Man minifigure and Thanos and Hulk big figures are all new for March 2019, and the Nebula minifigure and Ant-Man microfigure each feature new-for-March-2019 Avengers team suit decoration.

• Recreate exciting scenes from the Marvel Avengers movies with this action-packed superhero toy building set for kids.

• Avengers compound measures over 6” (17cm) high, 11” (29cm) wide and 7” (20cm) deep.

• Helicopter measures over 3” (9cm) high, 5” (14cm) long and 1” (5cm) wide.

• Offroader measures over 2” (7cm) high, 4” (11cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide.

The sets range from $19.99 to $99.99, and feature fan favorite characters from Avengers: Endgame including Captain Marvel, Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Black Widow, Hulk, and Thanos.

If you want to see more awesome “Avengers: Endgame” action figures, check out some of the new Marvel Legends from Hasbro, as seen during NY Toy Fair 2019!

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“Avengers: Endgame” Trailer Has Dropped – Look Who Just Joined The Team!

This is not a drill! The official trailer for Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Endgame” just dropped this morning. It’s filled with ennui, intrigue, and a new hairdo for Hawkeye, and you need to see it now!

Check out the video below:

Most of the trailer is everyone moping, and we don’t see a single shot of Thanos or any other antagonists. That’s a bit disappointing, and this trailer has still left much to our imagination.

So here is the scoop on what is new. The Avengers do indeed have new outfits, the same white ones teased in the recent LEGO sets. Looks like Nebula is also joining the team since she also gets one of the snazzy costumes.

Hawkeye does seem to have a different hair style as mentioned, which is cool, but as far as we can tell Clint Barton is now Ronin (at least temporarily).

The big cool reveal at the end is the appearance of Captain Marvel, and Thor is apparently a big fan of hers.

“Avengers: Endgame” drops in US theaters on April 26.

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Did Marvel Remove A Character from “Avengers: Endgame” Teaser Trailer?

During The Superbowl, we saw a brand new teaser for the upcoming Infinity War sequel, “Avengers: Endgame”. The video showed us a little more about the plot, as well as the survivors of “the finger snap”, and what comes next. But something seemed a little bit off in the trailer.

The above screen-grab shows our heroes walking towards something mysterious in the sky. The only thing is, it sure looks like there is an empty space on the right between Bruce Banner and Rhodey. It would appear that something, or someone, was removed from the scene. Who could it be and why?

Want to see what the Avengers look like in their superhero costumers from the new movie? Check it out at this link here!

This isn’t the first time Marvel has fiddled with a trailer, like when they had The Incredible Hulk in the Wakanda Battle from Infinity War, despite him not being there as the green giant, but instead in a Hulkbuster suit.

CBR did a whole video about it, which you can watch below:

What’s your theory on this scene? Is someone missing, or is just poor direction – or a bunch of conspiracy theorists reading too much into nothing?

“Avengers: Endgame” arrives in US theaters on April 26.

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First Look At “Avengers: Endgame” Costumes – Thanks To Popcorn Maker

“Avengers: Endgame” is fast approaching, and there are still many mysteries abound. Sure, we saw some new footage during The Super Bowl, but it still left us with many questions. One of the biggest has been how will the survivors of The Finger Snap look. Today, we have answers thanks to an unlikely source.

The image was released today on popcorn maker Orville Redenbacher’s website as part of a promotion that ties in with the upcoming Marvel Studios film. The post was seemingly pulled down not long after, as this was likely not meant to be revealed just yet.

Here is how the remaining members of the team will look in the new movie:

There had been some rumors of a black-costumed Hulk, so now we have proof of that. We are also getting a better look at the Ronin outfit, as well as the changes to Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, and Iron Man. Overall, it’s nothing too drastic at first look, but there are clearly some nuanced differences with the majority of these looks for the familiar super heroes.

Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, Avengers: Endgame will star Robert Downey Jr., Josh Brolin, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Hiddleston, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Olsen, Chadwick Boseman, Sebastian Stan, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Bettany, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Benedict Wong, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Vin Diesel, Dave Bautista, Pom Klementieff, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Holland and Anthony Mackie.

Look out for it in US theaters on April 26. Hopefully the popcorn served there will not be made with the blood and guts of former Orville Redenbacher employees.

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WATCH – “Avengers: Endgame: Superbowl Trailer – Get Hyped!

Time is ticking away as we get closer to the next big Marvel Cinematic Universe movie event, which will be the conclusion of the Infinity Gauntlet epic that started last year. Coming in April, “Avengers: Endgame” will hit theaters, and as we draw nearer to release day, more footage is being revealed.

During Super Bowl LIII, Marvel Studios dropped this 30 second TV spot for the movie, which included some brand new footage and a little more context to what will happen, but still remaining cryptic as always. Check out the spot below!

It’s not a ton of new info, but this is the first time we have seen how the entire planet was affected by “the finger snap”, and not just the super heroes.

Featured in the trailer are the survivors that we know about, including Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Nebula, Rocket, Hawkeye AKA Ronin, Black Widow, Bruce Banner/ The Incredible Hulk, War Machine, and Ant-Man.

“Avengers: Endgame” opens in U.S. theaters on April 26, 2019.

Many other commercials aired during the big game, including new trailers for Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone.

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“Captain America: Civil War” Review

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been building up to “Captain America: Civil War” for some time, a film that fans were yearning for years ago before they even knew how it could be set up. While the movie was not as encompassing as the comic event was (since the cinematic universe is much smaller in scale), “Civil War” had a huge amount of hype behind it, and the early reviews were not wrong – for the most part.

Heralded by many as a “game-changer” for the film series, I could not disagree more and simply see it as a chapter closing in the tale of Cap and The Avengers, one that will likely be glossed over by the time the next film rolls around.

Don’t mistake my snarkiness for dislike of the film. “Captain America: Civil War” is the ideal Summer blockbuster, loaded with action, astounding special effects, great acting from an ensemble cast of superstars, and one of the best plots that Marvel Studios has given to us so far. It was an easy two and a half hours to sit through and I was very excited by the end of it and enjoyed it, but once the initial shock and awe of the surprises wear off, I came back to revisit what I saw to figure out how I really felt about it all.

WARNING: HERE COME THE SPOILERS

I still liked it a ton and rank it high up there with my favorite Marvel movies, but there were some big problems that left me unhappy – a pattern very common with this series. They build me up with hype, and while they usually deliver, there is always some lingering downside that makes one wonder what could have been.

Tony Stark and Steve Rogers have some very complex storylines going on in this film, especially Tony who has arguably the strongest emotional and character arc of the entire series. Robert Downey Jr. goes through a ton of ups and downs in this movie, something that has been growing ever since the first Iron Man film and finally gets dealt with in Civil War. This is a character wracked with guilt – guilt over not being able to have a healthy relationship with noticeably absent Pepper Potts, guilt over the innocents deaths that he inadvertently has caused, and guilt over not being able to do something to prevent them. Top that off with trying to come to terms with his parents demise, and you have a character in serious turmoil. This is almost Tony’s movie more than it is Captain America’s.

Meanwhile, Captain America is working through his issues with Bucky, who can not seem to keep himself in control and was caught at the scene of a massive crime later in the film that leads to the death of the King of Wakanda. Enter Black Panther, but we will get to that later. After the events of “Age of Ultron”, the evil US government has decided to create a checks and balances system with The Avengers, giving control of the team to the UN and allowing them to dictate where the heroes will go and who they fight. Cap disapproves, Iron Man is all for it. Strife ensues, punches fly, and things get broken.

The story of Civil War is as complex as the characters, and in terms of balancing all of the characters, this team movie got it right. Directed by the Russo brothers, who also did “Captain America: Winter Soldier” (another favorite of mine), and written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, this movie beats all of the Avengers film in terms of keeping all of the characters in as equal of a spotlight as possible. They never feel shoehorned or doing things that are out of place, and considering how many of these characters do not show up until act three, the amount of what they do and how they do it was spot on. Frankly, this was the perfect balancing act between A-plot characters, and the B-plot characters who both intertwine into the main story and have their own things going on.

449337-captain-america-civil-war-spider-man-shield-official-cropThe Black Panther is the stand-out here, played by Chadwick Boseman, and makes a big impact in his on-screen debut. He looks awesome, he fights awesome, and goes toe-to-toe with the best of the Marvel movies. I look forward to seeing much more from him in the upcoming movies, and he will add a lot to the team once they get his stories moving along.

Likewise, Tom Holland as Spider-Man was quite enjoyable and much less annoying that I anticipated. I was against the idea of such a young Peter Parker, but Holland was funny, exuberant, and a good casting choice – plus, how he is brought into the film was excellent. No time wasted on origin stories, we just jump right into using him as part of the main story, and it works. I was a fan of James Garfield’s version of Parker (even if those movies should never be discussed), but Holland brings the character into modernity and offers a younger version of the character that should be interesting to see how he grows up.

Scarlet Witch and Vision get a little time to develop their potential romance, which was nice to see and while it was quick, felt like the perfect amount of time because of how well-written it was. Ultimately, everybody had something to contribute to the story, and that is the keyword. “Contribute.” No one is just there to drop a one-liner, every character moves the story along and also has time to develop who they are. It was very refreshing to see this, especially after how disappointed I was with “Age of Ultron” when it came to ineffectively trying to accomplish that.

There is so much action in this movie, I thought I would feel over saturated with it by the end of the movie. That proved to be far from the truth, as every scene was unique in appearance and also in tone. Every action sequence had a reason behind it and a deeper emotional investment from the characters. There were stakes on the line with each fight, and you could feel those stakes more than just battling an army of robots.

As you can see, I have plenty of good things to say about “Civil War”, but here is where the bubble bursts.

Let’s talk about the villain, if you can really call him that. Daniel Bruhl had the dubious task of playing Baron Zemo, a classic Cap baddie that ends up being a sympathetic heel more than a maniacal madman. It is a very subtle role and a welcome change to the usual bad guys we have seen in past movies (ie., crazy guy from “Ant-Man”). Bruhl was excellent at creating a character that is devoured by guilt (much like Stark) and hungry for revenge, but gets pushed into the background a bit to make more room for Cap VS Iron Man.

Zemo is the puppet master behind the entire conflict, and I wanted more of him. To me, it felt like there were scenes missing when it came to his story, although I stand by what I said about everyone having just the right amount of time overall. Still, I wanted more of Zemo and felt he could have been like The Joker in Nolan’s “Dark Knight” movie. A cerebral bad guy that is pulling the strings and always one step ahead of the good guys. Unfortunately, things had to be squeezed around to fit so many characters and especially to push the Tony VS Steve feud, so it was surprisingly the main villain that has to take a back seat in the plot.

Speaking of that, Zemo’s plans were to defrost a bunch of other Winter Soldiers that were put on ice by Russia in 1991 to kickstart a new world order, which was a tantalizing tease at what could have been a whole bevy of villains from the Marvel comic universe that would have been immediately tossed into the mix. Instead, they end up dead and that story goes nowhere. It was a disappointing wrap-up to something that could have panned out to be huge, but the focus once again goes back to Tony VS Steve and less about shaping up the future of their bad guys. This reinforces how little importance the villains really had in this movie, despite being the driving force behind the entire struggle.

Also, can we talk about how lame Crossbones’ appearance was? Another bad guy brought in to the series, and he gets killed at the start of the movie. Add him to the ranks of Batroc the Leaper, Arnim Zola, and other villains who could have been recurring, but instead are one and done.

Captain-America-Civil-War-movie-image-jpg_8305667_ver1.0I also had some problems with the tone of the movie, especially with how jokey it was. Whedon’s film always had his sense of humor smothered all over it (whether you liked it or not), and I prefer the comedy in the Cap movies, but I felt perhaps the mandate from Disney meant adding more laughs where it was not needed. In particular, I am taking about the epic fight scene between all of the heroes at the airport that was mostly spent with everyone having more fun than fighting seriously. This is where the stakes of the movie fall apart and basically reset themselves. The result of the battle changes the direction of the protagonists, but it felt like a sparring session more than a civil war.

This is the scene where Spidey makes his debut, and I have to add that I really enjoyed the big battle. I just believed that it should not have been as soft. Everyone is making cracks at each other and other than Cap, Bucky, Iron Man and War Machine, no one is taking the fight too seriously. This is bothersome since it leads to a hugely important and serious moment – when War Machine gets shot down.

Was the scene epic? Yes. Could it have felt heavier instead of everyone playing around and once the battle is over, probably sharing a plane to get home? Yes, and that is what I wanted to see. The effects of having to fight your friends over something that you have a strong belief in, but when you look at things, some of these characters did not even have a feeling about the stakes and therein lies the problem. Hawkeye, Ant-Man, and Spider-man all have no relation to the Sokovia Accords, and Black Panther is still just in it to fight Bucky at this point. 1/3 of your combatants do not even matter to the overall plot and were just brought in as ringers and have no idea what they are fighting for. Literally. Spidey says Tony told him that Cap was wrong and that was it.

The biggest letdown for me is the “game-changing” element of the film. As I said before, this was hyped up as “OMG EVERYTHING WILL CHANGE AFTER THIS MOVIE”, but I disagree. Things will change, but by the next time we see these characters, very little of the results of this movie will matter. The proof is in the past movies. “Age of Ultron” in particular neglected to explain a lot of what happened in between movies, and I am hoping that this will not be an issue by the next film but I have a bad feeling it will be. War Machine is already walking around and should be recovered more or less by the next movie, the only major difference will be that most of the band is broken up, and unlike “Age of Ultron” where everyone is mysteriously back together, they will need to address the inevitable reunion on-screen to make me feel better.

In the grand scheme of things, these complaints are not a big detriment to me and I still walked out enjoying “Captain America: Civil War” and thinking it was one of the best Marvel movies to date. The struggle between Iron Man and Cap went the distance and was a real roller coaster ride, and fleshed out these characters to depths I did not expect the series to go. I liked the debut of Spidey and can not wait to see how they handle him in his own movie, much like Black Panther who has given me a lot of interest in a character that I liked in the past but was not super-fascinated by. I want to see where all of this goes next and how it will lead up to the inevitable interstellar battle with Thanos, and don’t know where things will go from here – and that is one mystery that I like having and can not wait to be resolved.

Also, next time just let Bucky buy his damn plums.

 

 

 

 

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New “Captain America: Civil War” trailer gives us the full story and much more

Just released today was the latest (and most likely final) trailer for Marvel’s upcoming blockbuster, “Captain America: Civil War”. With mostly new scenes and a much deeper explanation of the plot, this trailer is showing you much more than you probably expected to see – I will leave it at that until you watch it!

SEMI-SPOILER: It seems that this trailer is following the “Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice” style of giving up 90% of the plot at once, and while I think this works vastly better here than it did for DC, there are still some things that I was shocked to see and thought they would make us buy our tickets before revealing them.

“Captain America: Civil War” hits theaters nationwide on May 6.

What do you think of the trailer? Too much?

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Superbowl 50 gives us new “Captain America: Civil War” trailer – Whose side are you on?

“United we stand. Divided we Stand. United we fall. Divided we fall.”

During Superbowl 50, the latest 30-second trailer dropped for the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War”. In case you missed it, here is the video:

Despite being short, there are still plenty of tidbits to pick up. Aside from some new costumes for the main cast, here are a few important things to note in the trailer:

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Ant-Man has a new outfit! Makes perfect sense when you consider the suit was old to begin with, so it seems now he has been upgraded with a sleeker helmet and overall design, along with modern materials and fabrics.

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Tony Stark has a new toy in this trailer to deal with unexpected threats. In this case, when Winter Soldier pulls a gun on him, Tony’s wristwatch goes into action, covering his hand in an iron man gauntlet to fend off the attack. Expect this to be on every kids holiday wish list this year, or at least us big kids.

In case you were keeping track, here is each team’s members:

team cap

Team Cap includes Falcon, Ant-Man, Hawkeye (in a dark purple or dark blue outfit that seems a more militaristic version of what we saw him wear in Avengers: Age of Ultron), Scarlet Witch and her shoulder pads, and Bucky.

team stark

Team Iron Man includes War Machine, Vision, a reluctant Black Widow, and The Black Panther. What will happen when these two teams collide? Other than the sound of millions of fans screaming in joy, I have no idea, but I look forward to find out.

“Captain America: Civil War” is expected to be released in theaters on May 6, 2016.

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Funko unveils Pop! and Dorbz Vinyl figures for “Captain America: Civil War”

Funko, AKA the company with every license on the planet, has just uvneiled new vinyl figures based on the upcoming Marvel Comics movie, “Captain America: Civil War”.

Hitting both the Pop! and Dorbz lines, the line includes figures of Captain America, Bucky, War Machine, Iron Man, Black Panther, Black Widow, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Falcon, and Crossbones, as well as plenty of exclusive variants of these characters. Frankly, this is probably the most smiles we will ever see Crossbones or Bucky Barnes give to us, so soak it in while you can.

Check out the gallery below for pics of all the items:

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Hot Toys’ Avengers Assemble at SDCC 2015

unnamed-9The superhero epic blockbuster, Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, has broken box-office records worldwide and its popularity across the globe was unquestionably high. Certainly the movie has brought all superhero fans to the great Marvel Cinematic Universe, it has also given Hot Toys a great opportunity to introduce a wide variety of highly detailed collectible figures for our fans worldwide!

The entire line up of Avengers: Age of Ultron 1/6th scale collectible figures by Hot Toys will be displayed at San Diego Comic-Con 2015 which will officially start this Thursday, so don’t miss the chance to come see them at Sideshow/Hot Toys’ booth (#1929).

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