Actor Robert Downey Jr.
IN PHOTO: Cast member Robert Downey Jr. attends a news conference promoting the film "The Judge" at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) September 5, 2014. Reuters/Fred Thornhill

A day after the release of the second trailer of the highly anticipated movie, Hasbro's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" toys were unveiled. Several media outlets are speculating that the toys contain some major spoilers revealing more about the movie's plot. Here are few plot points and other details that these toys appear to reveal.

According to Yahoo! Movies, "Avengers: Age of Ultron" action figures suggest modifications in Captain America and Iron Man suits. The website states that Chris Evans' armour is "snazzier" with a more "stylized star-spangled shirt." As for Iron Man, he will sport "new Mark 43 duds." Meanwhile, Thor and Hulk's look remain unchanged.

Furthermore, the publication states that the toys reveal that in the movie the supervillain will have terrifying "reinforcements." As shown in the recently released trailer, Ultron will have clones in the form of "insectoid minions." Hasbro has named these playthings "sub-Ultron figures." These action figures can be disassembled and assembled "into larger mechanical" terror.

The toys also hint at Don Cheadle's appearance as James Rhodes and his War Machine armour in "Avengers: Age of Ultron." Meanwhile, Movie Pilot reports that the toys indicate larger role for Don Cheadle in "Avengers: Age of Ultron." Earlier, it was assumed that Don Cheadle will appear in just a cameo role.

Fans got their first look at the character in movie's first trailer where he and Tony Stark can be seen trying to lift Thor's hammer. However, the toy revealing the new War Machine armour may suggest that James Rhodes will be joining the Avengers in their battle against the big bad.

Comic Book is speculating the same about James Rhodes appearance. The aforementioned website further speculates that James Rhodes could be the first one to bite the dust, "thereby putting Tony Stark on the path to agreeing with the Superhuman Registration Act." For those unfamiliar, in the comics, Rhodes is Tony Stark's friend who has been very supportive of the billionaire playboy.

The multinational toy company reportedly unveiled toys for plenty of Marvel superheroes appearing in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" including Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye and Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury. However, it is yet to bring out toys for new superheroes including Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver and The Vision. It is expected that the company will unveil more surprises during the Toy Fair being conducted next month.

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