Find out the details why Disney has pulled Marvel’s Inhumans from its release schedule on the flip…
The news hit lat Friday night on Passover weekend, but now Inhumans release date has been pulled all together.
Here is the latest on the Marvel comic heroes:
In October 2014, Marvel’s Kevin Feige announced that “Inhumans” had been slated for release on Nov. 2, 2018. Then, in February 2015, the release was pushed back to July 12, 2019, with “Captain Marvel” taking over the old date.
There had been rumors over the past few weeks that the “Inhumans” release date would change, with Feige admitting as much during publicity rounds for “Captain America: Civil War.”
Now, however, the film has officially been removed from Disney’s release calendar. The studio did not announce a new date, and it remains to be seen whether the film will move forward.
In additional news, after the news broke that Inhumans was pulled Vin Diesel who first posted the news, turned around and pulled the news himself. Inhumans was set to be Marvel’s 20th film, but now another film will be taking over the spot.
The niche title about a race of alien super beings from the dark side of the Moon has been in development for quite some time.
As for Vin Diesel, he can be seen in “Guardians of the Galaxy 2” will land in theaters on May 5, 2017.
The movie about an isolated community of superhumans fight to protect themselves looks like it might no happen anymore.
What do yo think about Disney pulling Inhumans from the Disney/Marvel superhero movie schedule?