New Avengers: Infinity War Promo Spot Shows Fans How Iron Man’s Bleeding Edge Armor Works

Author Thumbnail BY Tiny Diapana - March 27, 2018

Now that Avengers: Infinity War’s just a month away from its big premiere, Marvel’s been rolling out a lot of great new material for the first installment in its two-part Avengers movie.

Not only have fans gotten brilliant new posters from Marvel Studios, they’ve also gotten quite a number of promo spots, one of which offers cool new footage featuring how Iron Man’s (Robert Downey Jr.) Bleeding Edge Armor works.

Starting out with a few clips from the first trailer for Infinity War, the promo spot which Marvel posted on its Twitter account offers a few new shots taken from the film, one of which includes a quick scene of Iron Man’s new suit bleeding right on to his skin.

Check it out down here:

For those who aren’t familiar with the suit, the “bleeding edge” armor (model 37) was created by Stark after the billionaire decided to reinvent himself and his Iron Man armor. Made up of Nano-Machines, the armor can be commanded to turn into any type of structure on Stark’s kin thanks to the high-yield RT node that’s been mounted on to the Avengers member’s chest.

It’s a pretty cool piece of technology, and it’s exciting to see the armor actually bleed on to Iron Man’s skin.

Here’s the synopsis for Infinity War:

“Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk and the rest of the Avengers unite to battle their most powerful enemy yet -- the evil Thanos. On a mission to collect all six Infinity Stones, Thanos plans to use the artifacts to inflict his twisted will on reality. The fate of the planet and existence itself has never been more uncertain as everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment.”

Avengers: Infinity War premieres April 27.



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