It was recently announced that Marvel’s Inhumans movie had been removed from its original July 12th, 2019 release slot, and that there were currently no plans to issue it with a new one. The rumor mill suggested that Kevin Feige was actually never behind the project anyway, and seized the opportunity to remove it from Marvel’s Phase 3 slate once the studio parted ways with Ike Perlmutter, who was the one who wanted to produce the film in the first place.
Now, while that may well be true, during the latest Empire podcast Feige insisted that Inhumans will still happen at some point – it just won’t be squeezed into Marvel’s already jam-packed Phase 3.
The only situation right now is that [Inhumans] is not gonna be a part of Phase Three because Phase Three increased in a very good way since we initially announced. When and where and how it pops up remains to be seen but its characters we love, it a storyline we love and we just didn’t want to cram it in to an already quite full Phase Three.
So, there’s hope for Inhumans after all. Of course, we can currently see the Terrigen mist-altered beings in action on Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D., but it’s highly unlikely fan-favorite characters like Black Bolt and Medusa will be showing up there, so we’re definitely holding out hope for the film.
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