"Captain America: Civil War" team just wrapped up filming last week and it looks like the last set photos give a major clue as to what Iron Man's armour may look like. It also teases a huge possibility of elements from the comic book storyline that may be incorporated in the film.

The latest leaked photos, which were taken in Germany (where the last few scenes were shot), shows Chris Evans' Captain America, Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow, Don Cheadle's War Machine and Paul Rudd's Ant-Man — all in upgraded costumes.


But Heroic Hollywood has pointed out that Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man aka Tony Stark's Mark 46 armour is based on the Bleeding Edge Armor. The website also posted a description of the Bleeding Edge Armor from Iron Man wiki to substantiate its observation.

The Bleeding Edge Armor is considered to be Stark's most advanced suit as, according to the comics, it gives him a 360 degree view even while armoured up. According to Movie Web, the armour, which was introduced in the comics, served to inspire some of Iron Man 3's storyline.

The website also highlighted that Bleeding Edge is basically a fluid substance, which Stark can keep stored within his body, until he calls upon it. This in turn gives him super strength and makes him more powerful.

The report further stated that the introduction of the Bleeding Wedge Armor will open up a number of possibilities for future movies.

Now, whether or not Iron Man will don the advanced armour, we will know when "Captain America: Civil War" releases on 6 May, 2016, in the US and on 29 April, 2016, in the UK.