Quiz: Which Superhero-Like Jets Outshined Their Hollywood Co-Stars?
With superhuman-like powers, it’s no surprise that Lockheed Martin aircraft have appeared in major films with Hollywood’s A-list superheroes. We’ve shared our list of top superhero flicks with guest appearances from our favorite stars.
With superhuman-like powers, it’s no surprise that Lockheed Martin aircraft have appeared and inspired jets in major films with Hollywood’s A-list superheroes. To get you started on your next binge watch, we’ve shared our list of top superhero flicks with guest appearances from our favorite stars.
In the epic finale of The Dark Knight, this famous cargo plane extracts the caped superhero out of a
tough situation in a very unconventional—but true-to-life—manner in Hong Kong.
When two opposing races of robots bring their war to Earth in Transformers, this gunship is used to unleash
major firepower in the desert as the heroes engage with a very hostile and otherworldly enemy.
In Marvel’s 2008 Iron Man, the metallically well-dressed superhero is confronted by this 5th Generation
fighter when CENTCOM mistakes him as a rogue drone in U.S. airspace.
Featured on the big screen, the fictional use of this stealth aircraft, with alien cloaking technology, provided
supersonic transportation for a group of mutant youngsters in 2011’s X-Men First Class.
In 2012’s all-star superhero film, The Avengers, it was not a good day for this stealth fighter. Members of the
superhero ensemble destroyed two of the jets while fending off an attack by alien invaders.
In the Transformers series, this aircraft is the form taken by one of the deceitful shapeshifting robots.
A young daredevil pilot “borrows” this aircraft to fly across the Atlantic to the Negev desert
to save his captured father in the Iron Eagles series from the 1980’s and early 1990’s
Billionaire inventor decorates his Malibu, California office with a photo of this legacy aircraft in the Iron Man series.
A villainous mutant halts the X-Men’s aircraft in midair following an
almost fatal missile hit by this fighter jet in X-Men X-2.
Hiding in Central America, Mr. Fantastic is captured and transported to Area 57 by this
heavy duty cargo plane in the most recent Fantastic Four flick.