Marvel Studios Working on ‘Inhumans’ movie

According to Collider the script for the movie is already done and was written by Joe Robert Cole. And Marvel have already given the green light to move ahead with it.

If you are among those that thought making ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ into a movie was a big chance from Marvel Studios. Think again.

Marvel have revealed that plans are underway to put another of their lesser known comic book creations on the movie screens.

The comic concerned is ‘Inhumans,’ which much like ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ is one of their team based action adventure comics.

According to Collider the script for the movie is already done and was written  by Joe Robert Cole. And Marvel have already given the green light to move ahead with it.

Vin Diesel has hinted that he might move on from his role as the voice of Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy to a part in the project.

The Inhumans are a race of superpowered beings living in seclusion under the rule of their royal family.

Created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in their seminal original run on ‘Fantastic Four,’ the characters were the result of ancient experiments on mankind by the alien Kree race.

Their best known members include the silent king Black Bolt, his wife Medusa, the teleporting dog Lockjaw and the Human Torch’s sometime lover Crystal.

Marvel plan to take the same approach with ‘Inhumans’ as was taken with ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy,’ by using the Joe Robert Cole script as an outline and allowing the films eventual director to add their own ideas to it.

 

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