The voice clips that come with Build-A-Bear's new Thanos teddy might well have spoiled some key plot points from Avengers: Endgame.
With less than a month left to go until the worldwide release of Avengers: Endgame, Marvel fans are frantically trying to find any hint at what the movie might have in store for them. Although we don't have much longer to wait, the anticipation is killing us. The latest (and final) trailer revealed a little bit more, but it's still not enough.
With just three weeks left to go, we may have got some pretty big hints at what is going to go down from the most unlikely of sources. The Build-A-Bear Workshop. No, this is not a joke. You can check the date, April Fools' has been and gone. Games Radar reported the news this week and it's the Mad Titan's voice clips that have grabbed our attention.
Teddy Thanos has five voice clips in total. So few, in fact, that you'd think they could have found enough of them that don't spoil what is perhaps the most anticipated movie of all time. Some of them don't such as "I don't care for your petty politics." Bit of a weird thing for a teddy to say but okay. However, another quote revealing that he "had" the infinity stones implies that the Titan does indeed lose them in Endgame.
That one we could let slide. This one, however, not so much. "How are you doing this? You do not have the power to wield the infinity stones." Yep, Teddy Thanos says that. A heavy implication that whoever manages to stop Thanos in Infinity War manages to hold and use the Infinity stones themselves. We're going to hazard a guess that the person this quote is aimed at is Captain Marvel.
Just in case you're questioning the validity of this Thanos teddy, we are of the belief that it is a Marvel licensed product. It does have Thanos artwork on the sole of the boot after all. Plus, Build-A-Bear isn't exactly the kind of company that is going to flagrantly rip off movie characters without permission. The only other question we have is what child wants a Thanos teddy? He killed off half our heroes last time we saw him. Kids today.