Marvel pulls Inhumans from its release schedule
Marvel has removed Inhumans from its planned movie release schedule.
It was due to hit cinemas in October of 2018, but was then delayed until the summer of 2019 to make way for an Ant-Man sequel, now though Marvel has removed it from its planned releases.
According to New York Daily News, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has said that he still hopes to make the movie "one day", but does not know when that will be.
He said: ""I think it'll definitely happen one day, I think it's a great story, with a bunch of great family of characters. Their rules and their society is being set up right now on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. "When that is, will that be in phase 3, will that be in phase 4, I'm not sure yet. Because after we announced that, we did shuffle and add some more films to the mix. I think you will see that movie in the mix."
Inhumans have appeared in Marvel comics for the last 50 years. They are a superpowered offshoot of humanity, created by the Kree (which is the same alien race that Guardians of the Galaxy’s Ronan belongs to) millions of years ago. Abadoned by the Kree, they have set up a technologically advanced society far away from humanity and now prosper. The comic book largely focuses on the character of Black Bolt, and his Royal Family, consisting of Medusa, Karnak, Gorgon, Triton, Crystal, Maximus the Mad, and the canine Lockjaw.
Marvel's next release will be Captain America: Civil War, which hits cinemas on Friday (April 29th). You can read our full review here.