‘Inhumans’ Pulled From Disney’s Release Schedule

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Marvel’s Inhumans, previously slated for release on July 12th2019, has officially been pulled off Disney’s release schedule. There has been no word yet on a potential new release date for the film.

This is the second move for the film. As part of their big reveal for Phase 3, Marvel announced in 2014 Inhumans would be coming out on November 2nd, 2018. The film was then pushed to July 12th, 2019 as a result of Spider-Man: Homecoming joining Marvel’s slate.

Kevin Feige recently spoke on rumours regarding the making of this film. He said the release date would likely be pushed due to the additions of Spider-Man: Homecoming, and Ant-Man and the Wasp, to Marvel’s slate. He also mentioned Steven Spielberg’s Indiana Jones 5 which is slated for release on July 19th, 2019, one week following Inhumans’ previous date. Considering this, I am not worried about the film’s fate. Marvel and Disney have a lot on their hands and likely don’t want to rush this project, or put it up against their own Indiana Jones sequel.

What do make of Disney removing Inhumans from their release schedule? Are you disappointed that you might have to wait longer to finally see this property take launch? Sound off in the comments below!

Source: The Wrap 

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  • SAMURAI36

    Ha. This has been alluded to for months now. They are eventually gonna scrap Inhumans altogether, and this is their way of doing it, without alerting the Zombies–oops, I mean fans. LOL

    • Steve Steve

      What do you gain from this? I understand the general hatred you have towards the MCU, but I wonder why you think this is a bad thing for them.

      • SAMURAI36

        What do you gain from this?

        Besides the opportunity to say “I told you so?” And for what I said about this to be proven right?

        I understand the general hatred you have towards the MCU, but I wonder why you think this is a bad thing for them.

        You misunderstand my motivations. I contempt isn’t just for the MCU, but for Marvel as a whole.

        Anyways, it’s bad, because of the reasons behind it, which I’ve shared with you (at least in part) in other discussions. Marvel dropping Inhumans from their slate (and this is precisely what will happen), is the direct result of the Civil War between Feige and Perlmutter.

        • Steve Steve

          While I acknowledge your forecast was correct (not sure anyone disagreed with it), I fail to see how this vindicates your assertion that an internal rivalry between Feige and Perlmutter would somehow prevent Disney from producing a potentially gigantic film.

          The only rational reasons for pulling the film, is that they don’t have a story they like, or they have a better property to adapt. Though, if they had another film, they would likely have announced it at the same time as this news.

          I wouldn’t be surprised if Sony announced the Spider-Man sequel for July 2019 sometime soon.

          • SAMURAI36

            Until you better acquaint yourself with the ENTIRE backstory regarding this, no productive discussion betwixt us can be had at this point.

          • Carl

            Inhumans is still gonna happen. Feige said its getting delayed and it did. What’s the point in setting release dates into 2020? It’ll be part of Phase 4 now. They probably want to do Spiderman 2 already because everyone loves the new Spidey. RDJ is in his movie and it’s gonna be a huge success. Maybe Guardians 3 fits in there better too. They have lots of new characters coming.

      • Axxell

        He’s still got sand in the cooch because BvS was horrible and Civil War is a hit.

    • Carl

      Sorry buddy it’s still gonna happen. They just announced too far in advance and have too many great properties to handle already.

      Your beloved DCEU will most certainly have cancellations.

      • SAMURAI36

        This doesn’t even get a response from me.

        • Carl

          Yet, you responded. lol

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  • Jax Maxton

    I’m not surprised. Inhumans has always kind of stuck out on Marvel’s slate of movies, and with Spider-Man in the MCU, it may be even MORE out of place than before. That’s fine. Give me some Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, more AntMan, and more Guardians of the Galaxy. I’ll wait for Inhumans.

  • breakerbaker

    This movie may still get made, but I’ve been saying it for months that until this movie has a director, script, cast, and has begun principle photography, you should assume it’s not getting made.

    • Steve Steve

      By that logic, we should assume that Thor Ragnarok, Black Panther, Ant Man & the Wasp, Captain Marvel and both Infinity Wars will not be made because they haven’t begun principal photography! Simply ridiculous.

      • Monty

        No, he’s exactly right. Nothing is written in stone. You can PRESUME they will get made, and it’s a safe bet. But absolutely nothing is certain.

        • Caped Baldy

          Me having a date with Chloe Bennet is never gonna happen,it’s written in stone.Oh wait,we talking about movies?Sorry,carry on

        • Steve Steve

          He did not claim uncertainty. He claimed that until they begin shooting the film, that we should assume it will not be made. His statement is asinine.

          • breakerbaker

            Um…what is the first clause in my post? Don’t be such a reactionary baby. I literally began with an admission that it may still happen. All I said is that it’s best to assume it won’t happen until you have a reason beyond a name on the calendar (which you don’t have anymore) or the lukewarm assurances of Kevin Feige, whose beginning to talk about this movie in precisely the way he used to talk about the Black Widow standalone (i.e., it’s just a matter of figuring out when is the right time).

            If you could separate yourself from your emotional investment, you’d see that there’s nothing asinine or offensive about what I’m suggesting. If the people on this site could pull they’re heads out of the ground and stop viewing the CBM world as so adversarial, there could be much more civil discussion on these forums. Even when people disagree.

          • Steve Steve

            I am not exhibiting emotion in my statements. I am merely criticizing the weak logic of your original post. Conversely, you referred to me as a “reactionary baby.” Obviously it is you who exhibits emotion in this discussion. Nothing about what you said or how I replied is a product of adversarial CBM fandom. I thought your statement was ridiculous and intentionally inflammatory. If it were not ridiculous, I would not have replied.

          • breakerbaker

            Your criticism is based on either a willful or accidental misrepresentation of what I said. You called me asinine while showing yourself incapable of simple reading comprehension. Maybe you’re just that bad at reading regardless of content. I suspect you’re actually capable of thinking critically about things you’re not so emotionally invested in.

          • Steve Steve

            Your statement is that in order to lift the assumption (that Inhumans will not be made) requires satisfaction of four criteria. Those criteria are: director, script, cast, AND beginning of principal photography. The word “AND” makes the four criteria inclusive and inseparable. This means that with satisfaction of the first three criteria (a completed script AND contracted director AND contracted cast), the film would still be so unlikely as to cause you to assume it would not be made.
            If that wasn’t enough, you go further, stating everyone else should share your four criteria.
            Your own internally flawed logic is fine. Think however you would like to think. Your assertion that others should share your internal logic is where you out-step your bounds.
            If you had exchanged the words “you should” for “I will,” I would have replied with a counter argument (similar to what I wrote in reply to another of your posts) and we would have had a productive fan discussion.
            Your statement could have been that Inhumans does not have a script OR a director OR a cast, which (along with other circumstance) leads you to assume it will not be made. Perfectly reasonable and not intentionally inflammatory.

          • breakerbaker

            Your assertion that others should share your internal logic is where you out-step your bounds.

            This is dumb. I genuinely don’t care what other people believe. I’m suggesting that people should prepare themselves emotionally and intellectually for the eventuality that a movie they may be looking forward to is never coming. That’s not inflammatory. It’s just good advice. You may not like that advice, but you’ve offered no reasoning for why people should not be skeptical.

            You’ve chosen instead to focus on what you refer to as “criteria,” the lack of which you mistakenly read as the basis of my skepticism.

            Your statement could have been that Inhumans does not have a script OR a director OR a cast, which (along with other circumstance) leads you to assume it will not be made.

            I guess I could have said that, but that’s not what I mean.

            It’s not the lack of script, cast, director, etc. that leads me to believe the movie probably won’t be made. I’ve been skeptical of Marvel’s commitment from the beginning. And every announcement that has come regarding Inhumans since has only strengthened that skepticism. The movement on this movie has been worse than stagnant. It’s been going backwards from the beginning. And now it’s off the schedule entirely. When was the last time Marvel pushed a movie back twice? I can’t think of another time. When was the last time Marvel just dropped a movie off the calendar altogether? I’m pretty sure that’s never happened.

            So the question isn’t why anybody should feel skepticism that the movie is going to be made. Every sign Marvel has sent out is reason for skepticism. The question is why anybody should feel anything other than skepticism. And there’s no good answer to that.

          • Steve Steve

            I hate this site. I had a reply for you, but like several of my posts, it was flagged as “spam” and will be pending until the end of time.

          • breakerbaker

            It takes some getting used to, for sure. You have to watch your language, and then after you’ve written a post, you have to remove the dirtiest words of your clean version.

            Usually, you can figure out the offending passage and copy and paste out of the pending version with that part revised and it will work.

          • Steve Steve

            This is perfectly fine reasoning. This is not what you wrote in your first post, the flaws of which I outlined in my previous post.

            Counter to your above reasoning (which, again, is logical), Marvel Studios announced Ant-Man at ComicCon in 2006. It even had the advantage of a director with a vision. Ant-Man didn’t go into production until eight years later. Feige maintained throughout the process that it would get made. Even when Edgar Wright left the project, Marvel Studios moved to acquire new writers and a director. Feige said Inhumans is a matter of when, much like he said about Ant-Man.

            ‘Rich Johnston’ asserted that Ike Perlmutter wanted Inhumans on the movie slate in exchange for agreeing to Captain Marvel (Ike was revealed to be opposed to female led superhero films by the leaked emails). Taking that at face value, it suggest that Feige didn’t have plans for Inhumans and would have to shoe-horn them in. Now that Feige runs the whole movie side, he can push Inhumans to a time that works better for his plan. Given the multiple instances when Feige has stated the necessity of new IP in the MCU, and his statement “not if, but when” regarding Inhumans, I think it is logical to assume it will be made soon after Infinity Wars II. The potential return of FF and X-Men would definitely change that forecast.

      • breakerbaker

        Captain Marvel is the only one you list that has not been cast or had a director tapped. Inhumans is the furthest out Marvel has ever announced plans to make a movie, and since the original announcement it’s been pushed further out twice. It’s quite clearly the lowest priority item on their calendar–as of today, it’s no longer on their calendar. Maybe it gets made. But they’re giving every indication that you shouldn’t hold your breath.

        • Steve Steve

          Your qualifications included principal photography. You did not say that Inhumans was least likely to be made, you said that, prior to principal photography, we should assume it won’t be made. So when Inhumans has a director, a script and a cast, it would still be improbable that they shoot it. That is atrocious logic.

          • breakerbaker

            You misconstrued the context of what I was saying. It’s precisely because of the other signs Marvel has given about this movie’s shaky/tenuous development along the way that a higher level of skepticism is warranted. There’s been no movement on this movie except delay, and given that the concept of the movie is at least tangentially related to a concept covered on AoS and ignored by the movies themselves, the lack of movement (or the negative direction of the movement) is conspicuous. So yeah, you should be far more certain that there will be a Dr. Strange and even a Black Panther sequel and/or a third GotG than that the word Inhumans will ever be dropped in the MCU movies.

            And as I said from the beginning, it may still happen. But it’s best to assume it won’t. That way, you won’t be shocked when it doesn’t.

  • Monty

    Meh, not a big deal. They just don’t know how to make it fit yet. However, I welcome the comparison when the same thing happens to DC/WB if they have to pull a film off the slate. The Marvel fans will turn into sharks like they do everything else.

  • Not super shocked. It’s too bad, cause I think that the MCU could do something cool with the Inhuman royal family. The concept is really diluted and damaged due to it’s inclusion in Agents Of Shield though. I don’t blame them for postponing and hopefully waiting for the stink of the AOS association to wear off. There is plenty to entertain and occupy the MCU for Phase 3. Don’t mind waiting for Attilan to appear in Phase 4.

  • capwulf

    This is what would’ve happened if Spidey and the FF were in the MCU from the beginning. We never would have gotten the unknown heroes…no GoG no Ant Man no Inhumans. I kinda hope they don’t get any of the other heavy hitters back. I like to see the Squirrel Girls of the MCU get on the big screen.

    • SAMURAI36

      So in other words, aside from the newly acquired Spidey deal with Sony, Disney basically has the scraps of Marvel.

      • Grimnir13

        You say that like they have garbage. Disney made billions from these “scraps” as you call them.

      • Marquis de Sade

        Which makes it all the more embarrassing for wb/dc, considering they own all of their heavy-hitters, and due to their ineptitude, turned GOLD to worthless pieces of offal…Where as, Marvel/Disney has converted SCRAPS to DIAMONDS!

      • capwulf

        That’s fairly accurate. Every hero they had after they sold the rights were B level at best. Though I personally have been a Cap and Thor guy my whole life, I realize they weren’t really known properties. Favreau did an amazing job creating the MCU as we know it. If Iron Man flopped there would be no Civil War today.

  • Carl

    No problem it’ll be in Phase 4 now. Marvel has a wealth of great characters to work with. No need to rush. Dr. Strange, Captain Marvel, Black Panther and Spiderman will all be new franchises by 2019. How many should they be juggling?

  • SAMURAI36

    LOL at the folks here hoping beyond hope that this movie sees the light of day. Quite comical. Good luck with that though.

    • Marquis de Sade

      Yeah, that’s almost as comical as you thinkin’ that bvs is gonna reach $900 million. LOL!

      • Joseph Chaisson

        Which,having the 2 most recognizable characters in the world, should have happened by now. The fact that it failed in china and US to really doing anything but the bare minimum is ridiculous.

  • Hollywood 101: Delay a movie, kill a movie. There are many awesome stories about directors and producers who’d do anything to keep their projects running because everybody knows that if you’re idle for any amount of time, you run the risk of letting it fall through the cracks.

    The fact that Marvel and Disney has the luxury to delay what was supposed to be their answer to a big franchise such as the X-Men or Fanstastic Four speaks volume to how the project’s stock has fallen down in value and priority status. This isn’t only because of Spider-Man, because he’s not enough to sustain a whole phase. This is because they probably are dealing behind curtains for characters a little more Fantastic than the Inhumans.

    And Phase 4 sounds like the perfect number for them.

    I’m fine being the village idiot until then 😛

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  • Ari Ari

    I think they will make a spin-off tv show from agent’s of shield…. They are already going that way…. I think it would work better… Maybe even a Netflix show?

  • Joseph Chaisson

    Hmmm… Personally I wouldn’t announce a Tier B or C group movie unless it’s in production.You see this all the time with both studios. Look at Shazam. If it gets made it gets made. If it doesn’t it doesn’t. I just hope Phase 4 is a bit slower and less ambitious. Infinity war is going to be EPIC. Let everything rest a bit before making more movies.

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