With Avengers: Endgame hitting theaters in April along with the scarce amount of information revealed in regards to the film’s plot, fans are turning to many places to get their fix on what to expect in the upcoming film. Of course, we got the trailer along with that Spider-Man: Far From Home teaser trailer to assure us that the web crawler is going to be fine but what would unfold in the film is still kept under wraps. We also got a ton of theories that may or may not be true but one thing that seems to allow for speculation derives from Endgame‘s merchandise.
We’ve gotten a look at what could possibly be the attire of some of our heroes from toys and this time, toys seem to be the source of information again. A LEGO set has unveiled a possible redesigned Quinjet that we would likely be seeing in Endgame. The Quinjet is S.H.I.E.L.D’s technologically advanced jet that has been used by our heroes to travel to missions. The aircraft is pretty neat and pretty useful in combat with some weaponry but it looks like it’s a little different now… at least based on this LEGO set.
Instagram user michael_bricks_vol.11 shared an image of a LEGO set, providing us a look at a redesigned Quinjet. The jet is colored blue and gray with some orange accents along with the Avengers logo. We also see some of our heroes facing off against Thanos’s Outsiders and the best part is, they’re doing so just around the vicinity of the Avengers headquarters. Does that mean something? I don’t know but you can check out the image below:
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Take into account that this new redesigned Quinjet doesn’t necessarily mean that we’re going to witness the same design in Endgame. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo have said that toys aren’t credible sources to deciphering the narrative that would unfold in the film itself so don’t take this as fact just yet. It would be cool to see a battle at the Avengers HQ but hell, it could just be a cool packaging design at the end of the day.