Marvel Studios released the first much-awaited Avengers: Endgame trailer earlier this month giving fans some hint about what the surviving Avengers are up to after losing half of the universe population in the hands of Thanos. Except for the teaser trailer, fans have no idea about where the Avengers: Infinity War follow-up will lead to.
But, now, that we are slowly inching closer to Avengers: Endgame 2019 release, fans are expecting more leaks to start making rounds once Disney begins sending the film’s promotional and marketing merchandise and toys to licensors.
Recently, an Instagram user who goes by the username @therealbatman102 uploaded two pictures of a new Hulk minifig. Usually, Hulk’s LEGO minifigs portray an angry look on his face, but, the interesting thing about the new minifig is that it shows the green bulky Marvel hero grinning from ear to ear. The new smiling minifig seems to be in line with the rumors that claim Avengers: Endgame will see Hulk getting a new identity of the hyper-intelligent Professor Hulk.
“First Lego Avengers: Endgame leak. It’s the new Hulk. There are five sets in March from $20 to $100. He probably comes in the biggest one,” the caption accompanying the Hulk minifig picture read. You can check out the Instagram post below.
A couple of months ago, Avengers: Endgame action figure line leaks revealed the addition of a new purple Iron Man armor to the roster, hinting that Tony’s Stark’s love interest Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) would finally take on her Rescue mantle from the Marvel comics. Paltrow’s selfie picture donning purple armor also added strength to the rumor.
Notably, a Deadline report also mentioned that Pepper will be donning some armor, however, it does not specifically say that she will be wearing the Rescue armor.
Hopefully, more Avengers: Endgame leaks and rumors will continue to give us more hints about the fan-favorite Marvel superheroes ultimate battle against the Mad Titan.
Avengers: Endgame is scheduled to premiere in theaters on April 26, 2019.
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