Inhumans appeared to be a priority for Marvel Studios at one point, but it’s always been tough to try and picture where exactly it would fit into their Cinematic Universe. Not quite as cosmic as the Guardians of the Galaxy and not exactly as grounded as The Avengers, it’s a tough property to tackle, and the decision to introduce the concept of Inhumans into Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. years before the movie hits has been somewhat confusing given how far away the flick is.
While Inhumans currently has a release date of July 12th, 2019, a new report from Bleeding Cool claims that the movie may have been scrapped. The film has apparently always been pushed for by Marvel TV (which reports to Marvel CEO Ike Perlmutter. Marvel Studios, on the other hand, recently split from Marvel and is reporting directly to Disney at the behest of Kevin Feige), but it sounds like the project is no longer any concern of Feige’s and it has now been dropped, despite it still having a release date.
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No reason is provided for why this is, but it could be that Feige – who apparently isn’t a fan of the Marvel TV division encroaching on Marvel Studios’ plans – no longer views Inhumans as a movie they want to develop, especially after Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has played out in a way which is sure to have an impact on what can be done in the film.
If true, it could be years before we get official confirmation that Inhumans isn’t happening, so you may want to take this with a pinch of salt for now. Until we hear something more though, tell us, are you still hoping to see the film hit theatres, or are you alright with it being scrapped?
Source: Bleeding Cool