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Even though movie studios do everything they can to keep plot details under wraps, it seems that spoilers are inevitable. While most of the time, a spoiler comes from an unofficial source — such as leaked set photos or even hackers, in the case of X-Men Origins: Wolverine and recently Orange Is the New Black — some spoilers happen due to official studio licensing deals.

That's apparently the case with , due to a few new Lego sets. Yes, the popular toy line is guilty of allowing spoilers to get out due to its release schedule — and it's not the first time this has happened. Read ahead to learn more, but potential spoilers follow for Justice League.

Three Lego Sets Show Us Villains, Vehicles And The Battle Of Atlantis

The "Lego DC Comics Super Heroes Justice League" sets have already given out three action-packed scenes. Check them out below:

The most interesting reveal here — aside from a look at Steppenwolf — is the "Battle Of Atlantis" toy set. Fans had speculated that an image from Justice League depicts Wonder Woman, Cyborg and Aquaman in Atlantis, due to a structure with a peculiar architectural design.

[Credit: Warner Bros.]
[Credit: Warner Bros.]

We don't know with a certainty that this image is from Atlantis because of the background showing a sky — but this could be a structure rising out of the seas. If that's the case, the Battle of Atlantis could in fact be waged during Justice League.

If so, will it be due to Aquaman's contributions to the team or will the Justice League find themselves in a confrontation with Aquaman before he becomes a member? The DC Comics iteration of Atlanteans are distrustful of surface dwellers, so any encounters might be met with hostility.

Not The First Time Lego Has Spoiled A Superhero Movie

[Credit: Lego]
[Credit: Lego]

It's not confirmed from Lego whether the Justice League set images are legitimate yet, but it's worth remembering that one of the biggest leaks from Captain America: Civil War came from the official Lego set: the reveal of Giant-Man, who had only been rumored to appear in the movie. It wasn't until the Lego toy sets for Civil War were released that we learned of Giant-Man's big entrance during a major action sequence.

Justice League opens in theaters on November 17, 2017. Are you avoiding spoilers or reading everything you can?

(Source: The Brick Fan)

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