Marvel's The Inhumans series has been a monumental failure for the studio. The show had a less than stellar start in life, and, if one of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. stars' little slip at the recent Heroes and Villains Fan Fest is anything to go by, well, it may not be long before we see the Inhumans laid to rest.
Whilst Disney hits $5 billion at the domestic box-office, talks between them and 20th Century Fox might have opened up the floodgates to even more gain for Marvel Studios. The opportunity to finally see the Fantastic Four or the X-Men alongside the Avengers or the Guardians of the Galaxy would be huge. Hopefully, there's good news on the horizon, though.
Get ready for more news about the Inhumans series now. Yep, after all of the negative reviews - even from yours truly - this show still keeps on going. But, the question is, for how long? There's plenty to discuss regarding the future for the Inhumans Royal family, right here.
Painkiller Jane is heading to the big-screens. Jessica Chastain is on board to star as the titular Jane as well as help produce the movie, and Christine Boylan is executive producer. There's plenty to enjoy for fans of comics like Deadpool and Wolverine, and hopefully the independent comics will start to blossom a little more on the big screen.
So, the Inhumans have made their debut, and things aren't looking great for Marvel's most ambitious project to date. Rotten Tomatoes scores, concerned reports from ABC, and even the director's thoughts do not paint a pretty picture.