- MARVEL TO GO INHUMAN INSTEAD OF STRANGE
Seems that Marvel is deciding that their post-Avenger projects will be more of their cosmic universe as opposed the Dr. Strange film we were all hearing ramblings about.
io9 points out some nuggets of info about Marvel's future films from EW's recent Avengers cover story. Studio boss Kevin Feige praise the recent draft of Ant-Man turned in by the Attack the Block team of Edgar Wright and Joe Cornish, but said the project is "still nebulous but definitely in the works."
However, Feige's most surprising statements were in regards to previously mentioned Marvel movies based on their titles The Inhumans and Guardians of the Galaxy. "There's an opportunity to do a big space epic, which Thor sort of hints at, in the cosmic side of the [Marvel] universe," said Feige, who said that should Inhumans happen it will be an ensemble film a la X-Men and The Avengers.
Feige apparently made no mention of his longtime pet project Doctor Strange. Could it be that Marvel sees more potential dollars signs in the cosmic post-Thor than they do in trying something new like a film version of the Sorcerer Supreme? Will these cosmic characters meet up with Thor sometime down the line?? We don’t know but stay tuned to find out more!!
Marvel's 2013 releases include Iron Man 3 and Thor 2, while they have two unspecified films set for release in 2014.