Iron Man 3 Action Scenes As Official Lego Sets – Spoilers Ahoy?

They’re at it again.

There’s an error margin, for sure, but Lego’s movie tie-in kits are something of a Bleeding Cool staple for the way they so regularly reveal hitherto hidden information about upcoming movies. Tonight, it’s Iron Man 3 and a trio of action scenes rendered at minifig scale.

With better resolution I’d be happier telling you exactly what these box designs gives away, but I think I can make most of it out.

So, you tell me – there’s an “Extremis Solider” piloting the helicopter? And the Tony Stark and Iron Man Mk 42 armour are different figures? Is that Pepper in the Mk 42 suit? Or am I seeing things? 

Well, it looks like the film will likely contain an Extremis infected-or-affected person* with 70’s-style glam rock mutton chops. It actually won’t. Not exactly. But that is what it looks like.

And it also looks like the ultimate showdown will be something of a beach buggy based anticlimax. Again, it won’t. But that is what it looks like. A bit.

Here are some other shots of the bits and pieces you’d actually get inside the box.

Thanks to Little Bleeder Kenneth for pointing us at these on the Eurobricks forum.

*Aldrich Killian? Eric Savin? I can’t see… I can’t see… my eyes… my eyes…

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