When’s it out? July 12th, 2019
Who’s involved? No casting or crew details have been revealed as yet.
What’s it about? In the comics, the Inhumans are a race of superhumans. The result of the alien Kree tampering with ancient human genes, their superpowers were unlocked by a process known as Terrigenesis. Inhuman comics generally focus on the Inhuman Royal Family, led by Black Bolt and his queen Medusa.
Verdict: As Marvel doesn’t have access to their more famous race of superhumans, the X-Men, they are pushing forward with the similar, although much more obscure, Inhumans. If you watch Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., you will know that Marvel has done a good job of introducing the Inhumans before their eventual movie. However, while we are intrigued to see how Marvel bring this group to the big screen, a combination of the lack of info currently available and the fact that it is so far away mean it is comfortably the least-anticipated Phase Three movie right now.
10) Thor: Ragnarok
When’s it out? November 3rd, 2017
Who’s involved? As well as the usual Thor gang (Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston and Jaimie Alexander have so far confirmed their involvement), Avengers alumni Mark Ruffalo and Samuel L Jackson will also be starring in the film. The villain, meanwhile, will be played by Cate Blanchett.
What’s it about? Going by the title, we can assume that the movie will be inspired by both the apocalypse from Norse mythology and the comics storyline “Ragnarok” which featured evil giant Surtur attacking Asgard. Mark Ruffalo has also said that the film will see Hulk and Thor partner up in the style of a buddy film and would be a sort of “universal road movie.”
Verdict: Although what we know so far suggests it could be the best one yet, the previous Thor films have been completely solid, if unremarkable, entries into the MCU. For that reason alone, we shall most likely enjoy Thor: Ragnarok when it comes, but are looking forward to a few other movies first.