We can just call this a variant of the other MCU threads.
Pretty sure I've seen LEGO sets in the past released to tie in to the latest MCU film featuring characters doing something they don't do in the movie. So, maybe not a spoiler.Li'l Z's birthday is coming up next week, and I was on the LEGO site to find some info on one of his gifts, when I accidentally stumbled across a spoiler for Spider-Man: No Way Home. It's a minor spoiler (I think), but dammit, LEGO!
Usually, at least with the MCU sets, they try to tie in with a specific scene. I think the exception was Infinity War/Endgame for the sake of spoilers.Pretty sure I've seen LEGO sets in the past released to tie in to the latest MCU film featuring characters doing something they don't do in the movie. So, maybe not a spoiler.
Actually, how long do LEGO sets typically take to go from design to release? They could easily be working off an early script rather than the actual shooting script.
And watch you just called the ending of Antman 3.That WOULD be an MCU thing to do: it's the final magical showdown and everyone's out... then fucking Scott Lang start vomiting up decks of cards like a lunatic to distract the big bad until someone can actually do something useful.
As long as they don’t take the route that was taken in the comics at times just switching character X with character Y and just telling the same story as the original.Yup, looking forward to more What if?! It was always my favorite comic growing up and I think they nailed the tone and presentation of the stories with that first episode.