New spoilers for "Avengers: Infinity War" will feature Thanos' children, The Black Order and Don Cheadle teased the return of James "Rhodey" Rhodes/ War Machine in the film.

The Children of Thanos

It was during the D23 Expo event that Marvel unveiled huge statue figurines of the Black Order alongside the Mad Titan Thanos as part of "Avengers: Infinity War." The Black Order in the Marvel comics are Thanos's personal vanguard who made their debut during the "Infinity" story and were created by comic book artist Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opena, and Jim Cheung.

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they are referred to as the "Children of Thanos" similar to how the Mad Titan refers to his adopted daughters, Gamora and Nebula. They will be coming to Earth to help their father capture two of the Infinity Stones, specifically the Mind Stone on Vision's forehead and the Eye of Agamotto/Time Stone.

The members of the Black Order in "Avengers: Infinity War" are Ebony Maw, Corvus Glaive, Proxima Midnight and Cull Obsidian. Corvus Glaive is Thanos's "right-hand man" and he wields a double-bladed staff that can slice through anything it comes into contact with, giving Captain America's shield, or Iron Mans armor a hard time to block it.

Proxima Midnight is Corvus' wife and also acts as the leader of the Black Order.

Her leadership, intelligence, agility, and endurance can rival her fellow members. Proxima wields a staff that is built to harness the power of the sun and possesses the weight equivalent of a collapsing sun, the power of a supernova and the pull of a black hole.

Cull Obsidian is the brute and muscle of the group. His fearsome strength and savage behavior could be a match against the likes of Thor and even the Incredible Hulk.

Ebony Maw is the "brains" behind the group. Possessing a keen intelligence and dangerous cunning that will measure up with his sibling's powers and weapons. But his most dangerous trait is his ability to manipulate everyone using the whispers of his words, forcing them to do his bidding. This makes Ebony the most dangerous and if not, the most duplicitous member of the group.

War Machine's comeback in the sequel

Perhaps one of the most important questions in the MCU, is the status of James Rhodes in the future films? War Machine sustained a serious and paralyzing injury during the events of "Captain America: Civil War" movie.

Don Cheadle along with Mark Ruffalo sat down with "Good Morning America" and teased that his character will be "bionic," in the way that he will be using an improved version of Tony Stark's exoskeletal leg braces from "Civil War."

"I don't know that I'd like to use that word, I like fake...Its an augmentation. It's somewhat bionic." Cheadle said.

With that being said, Marvel fans will likely see Rhodey back in "Avengers: Infinity War," possibly sporting a new War Machine armor to help out Tony and rest of the Avengers against Thanos and the Black Order.

"Avengers" Infinity War" will be in cinemas on May 4, 2018.