Marvel's INHUMANS Movie Is Still Coming In 2019
As many of you predicted, it seems the Inhuman Royal Family is still on course to make its scheduled cinematic debut as part of Marvel's ever-expanding Phase Three slate, despite yesterday's report that studio had scrapped the 2019 project. Check out some details after the jump!
Troubling news, or rumors, regarding the status of Marvel Studios' Inhumans adaptation had made the rounds yesterday. Supposedly, the long-discussed project had been removed from its 2019 release slot and from Marvel's Phase Three slate altogether due to the recent split between the movie studio and Marvel Entertainment CEO Ike Perlmutter, who still controls the TV division.
And the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. show has been establishing the Inhumans concept over the course of three seasons. However, as many predicted based on the source, this delay rumor is totally false.
At least according to two credible sources, HitFix's Drew McWeeny and Birth.Movies.Death's Devin Faraci, who both indicate that Black Bolt and his Inhuman Royal Family are still coming to theaters as previously announced. Faraci took to Twitter to reveal that he spoke with one of his Marvel sources who told him that "If Inhumans was canceled, no one would be more surprised than Marvel Studios." Meanwhile, McWeeny "went directly to an unimpeachable source" who told him that "there are certain elements of the "Inhumans" universe that have been declared off-limits to the "S.H.I.E.L.D." people as a result" of Marvel Studios still developing the movie.
Therefore, unless you see Black Bolt, Medusa, or any of the other Inhuman Royal Family members on the small-screen, expect Inhumans to open in theaters on July 12, 2019. What do YOU think?
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