Infinity War reveals new Iron Man suit with WINGS

Bea Mitchell
Photo credit: EW/Marco Grob/Marvel Studios

From Digital Spy

Update: After getting a glimpse of Iron Man's new suit for Avengers: Infinity War, EW has released a new cover providing fans with a proper look at Tony Stark's armour, which is apparently called 'Bleeding Edge'.

Its new capabilities include rocket thrusters – aka lovely fairy wings – that stick out from Iron Man's arms and back, allowing him to propel himself into deep space.

Check it out:

Photo credit: EW/Marco Grob/Marvel Studios

Original article:Avengers: Infinity War's Iron Man is seemingly going to have wings and a bionic arm in the upcoming Marvel movie – if the latest leaked photo on Reddit is anything to go by.

In a new image shared on the r/MarvelStudios by Reddit user realityavengers, Tony Stark is seen in his shiny costume, while Black Widow wears a green, Hulk-esque outfit.

Photo credit: Reddit

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Stark's bionic arm could be something to do with his missing hand, which was spotted in the latest trailer from the Super Bowl.

Earlier this month, Thanos's Infinity War get-up may have finally been unveiled – also provided by Reddit user realityavengers.

An apparently leaked picture of a Marvel toy appears to show Thanos adorned in golden armour – something we did not see in the trailer.

Photo credit: Marvel Studios

And, in another photo posted on Reddit by BruceBannerfanboy, the toy version of Thor reveals the God of Thunder holding his new weapon thanks to the image on the front of the packaging.

Meanwhile, Chris Hemsworth's Marvel contract is sadly finished after Avengers 4 and it looks like the star could really be putting the hammer down as Thor.

Avengers: Infinity War will be released in the UK on April 27, and in the US on May 4, with Avengers 4 coming to the UK on April 26, 2019 and the US on May 3, 2019.

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