Back in 2011, it was revealed that Marvel is developing a feature based on the comic book series The Inhumans, although hardly any news regarding the project broken since then. I a recent interview, Comic book legend Stan Lee revealed that this fan-favorite title still in active development at Marvel Studios. But there is no telling when we'll see the movie on the big screen, as quite a few other properties are coming before it.

"The people at Marvel are looking through our whole list of candidates and wondering which ones are we going to use now. They are going to do the Black Panther. They are going to use Doctor Strange. They are going to do Ant-Man. They are going to do the Guardians of the Galaxy. And they'll probably do The Inhumans."

It isn't known if the project is being developed as part of Marvel's Phase Three, which will kick off with Ant-Man in 2015. As far as we know, there is no screenwriter or director attached to The Inhumans. The comic book series, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in the 1960s, followed a group of alien-human hybrids who were given special powers through experiments conducted by the Kree, and went on to form their own society.

Marvel is planning on relaunching The Inhumans comic books with Inhumanity, which sets up the premise that several humans are actual descendants of Inhumans, who could develop super powers later in life, a conceit similar to the mutants in the X-Men franchise. This will lead into Marvel's All-New Marvel NOW! comic book series Inhuman that launches in January.