Disney has pulled Marvel’s ‘Inhumans’ from its July 12, 2019, release and did not establish a new date, according to Deadline.
Fans knew this move was coming when Disney and Lucasfilm announced the next Indiana Jones film would hit theaters on July 19, 2019.
Vin Diesel was rumored to play the leader of the Inhumans, Black Bolt. In October, Diesel laid out the conditions that it will take to get him to play Black Bolt to MTV.
“It’s not a matter of me wooing Marvel, it’s a matter of Marvel wooing me. And I love them, but I’m just saying, show me a dope script and show me a great director, all of which I know that Kevin Feige is capable of, because he dazzled me when he suggested Groot. That was, like, profound to me,” said Diesel.
Marvel Studios can not use the term ‘mutants’ because FOX has the rights to the X-Men franchise. The Inhumans were supposed to be the mutants of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The race was introduced in the ABC series Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’
Disney's INHUMANS is now without a current release date.
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