With Star Wars Episode VII finally hitting theaters, the Internet is rife with spoilers. The vast majority of movie-goers are perfectly happy with seeing the movie and keeping any major plot moments to themselves - there are, however, plenty of people going out of their way to try and ruin the movie for others.

These Internet spoilers are easily the most common variety, but they're far from the only one. Merchandising partners usually aren't worried about the movie itself, they're just excited at the chance to sell another product - and, with Marvel's current stranglehold over the summer blockbuster season, it's somewhat surprising that there haven't been more toy- and merchandising-based spoilers already.

Speaking of toy-based spoilers, it looks like Lego has jumped the gun quite a bit: photos from the upcoming Captain America: Civil War playset have revealed a major returning figure from the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. It's not necessarily the biggest surprise out there, but if you were hoping to go into Civil War blind, it's probably best to turn away now.


As it turns out, Paul Rudd's Ant-Man will seemingly lend Captain America's New Avengers a helping hand in Civil War.

The playset (discovered by ComicBook.com) Lego-ifies a number of potential scenes from Marvel's next big movie, and it looks like Ant-Man's appearance is all but guaranteed. Not only that, but it looks like Scott Lang isn't just shrinking this time around - if the picture is accurate, than the Ant-Man figure is a few times larger than the other heroes. All things considered, it looks like Lang will ditch Ant-Man for Giant-Man for Civil War.

Again, it's not that big of a surprise - the post-credits teaser in Ant-Man already suggested such a cameo - and even without the Lego confirmation, most Marvel fans likely expected Scott Lang to make some sort of appearance in Civil War. What's more surprising is that there's no sign of Spider-Man whatsoever - it looks like Marvel's keeping that reveal particularly close to its chest.

Captain America: Civil War is due out on May 6, 2016.

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