Lego’s bricks, accessories and minifigures can be many things—like buildings, weapons and superheroes. Now, these toys might also be movie spoilers.
Yeah, yeah, yeah, we know the Russo brothers, the sibling filmmakers behind the upcoming Avengers: Endgame, just launched a #DontSpoilTheEndgame hashtag campaign on social media. And we won’t know if these Lego “spoilers” are actually concrete spoilers until the film drops on April 26 (but we do have seven wild theories for how Endgame will unfold).
That said, Lego has released five Endgame-themed toy sets, which vary in size and price:
- Captain America: Outriders Attack: 167 pieces; $20
- War Machine Buster: 362 pieces; $35
- Iron Man Hall of Armor: 524 pieces; $60
- Avengers Ultimate Quinjet: 838 pieces; $80
- Avengers Compound Battle: 699 pieces; $100
We’re going to focus on two of the sets, the Avengers Compound Battle and the Iron Man Hall of Armor, which both hint at potential plot points for Endgame.