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Wright is working ant man in 2003 for Artisan Entertainment, and as things turned around, he shot and showed a test reel for Comic-Con 2012. The problem was a pretty big creative difference where Wright wanted a standalone, and wanted by the likes of Feige. ant man to fit into the larger umbrella of the MCU.
In 2017, Wright spoke to Variety about the heartbreaking decision to leave ant man and explained, “I want to do a Marvel movie but I don’t think they really want to do an Edgar Wright movie.” Fortunately, Wright moved quickly to do the acclaimed Baby Driver.
When the MCU misses, it really does. Go down in history as the worst of the worst (and does Iron Fist looks like Avengers: Infinity War), of ABC Inhuman is a trash fire. It is almost completely different, with a Inhuman film planned to cash in on the success of Fox’s X-Men as a group.
Inhuman was announced as part of the MCU’s Phase 3 slate and caught Vin Diesel as Black Bolt. Chloe Bennet’s Skye Johnson is revealed as an Inhuman Agents of SHIELD season 2, as Feige promised Inhuman will “further refine and expand what the Marvel Cinematic Universe is all about.”
The movie was never canceled, but since it was shelved indefinitely, ABC went ahead with it Inhuman series without Diesel, Fiege, or many connections to the mainline MCU. Even in 2020, Diesel told ComicBook.com that he hopes for a Inhuman movie, but thanks to Anson Mount reprising his role as Black Bolt in Multiverse of Madnesslooks like this is where the story ends… for now.
Sinister Six Spin-Off
We could do a whole list on canned Spider-Man stories, and that would be it Spider-Man 4 is Drew Goddard’s Sinful Six spin-off from Marc Webb The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The post-credit tease of “the Gentleman” approaching Dane DeHaan’s Green Goblin nicely sets up the spin-off.