Posted on Thursday, October 30th, 2014 by Angie Han
Did Marvel’s announcement of an Inhumans movie leave you scratching your head? You’re not the only one. The Inhumans are a relatively obscure group of characters from Marvel comics, though like everyone else from the comics they have their share of devoted fans. After the jump, we’ll cover all your basic questions about the superpowered team — starting with “Who are the Inhumans?”
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The Inhumans are coming. The Marvel Studios film will be in theaters on November 2, 2018. Read what Kevin Feige had to say about the movie below. Read More »
Marvel Studios is growing ever-more confident. Once, Guardians of the Galaxy was seen as a risky move. The success of that film proved that the combination of smart casting and Marvel’s marketing machine can overcome the big hurdle of audience unfamiliarity. So how weird can Marvel’s character stable get? The next test may be The Inhumans. Rumors have flown for some time, of development of a film based on the strange characters. Vin Diesel just teased the possibility of the movie, and now there’s a report that Marvel has an Inhumans script in hand. Read More »
Just when you thought the saga between Vin Diesel and Marvel was over, he pulls us back in. Who can forget last summer when Diesel told the world he’d been called into Marvel Studios for a meeting? He then teased various different announcements culminating in the revelation he was voicing the tree character Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy. All questions seemed to be answered.
But now, the actor is at it again. Diesel took to his Facebook page to thank his fans for the Marvel opportunity and then said they think he’s “Inhuman.” Of course The Inhumans is a Marvel movie that has long been in development with very few updates of late. Marvel has many untitled movies coming in the next few years. Does Diesel’s quote suggests The Inhumans is back on? Read more of the Vin Diesel Inhumans story below. Read More »
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Posted on Friday, September 30th, 2011 by Angie Han
Marvel Studios had quite a big summer this year, with Thor, X-Men: First Class, and Captain America: The First Avenger all opening within three months of each other. And we already know they’ve got an equally huge 2012 lined up as well, with Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, The Amazing Spider-Man, and of course, The Avengers all slated for next year. But what comes after that? After the jump, read about the studio’s plans for 2013 and beyond, which include the previously announced Iron Man 3 and Thor 2 as well as some more unexpected projects.
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