'Captain America 3' Movie Rumors: Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch Could Move To 'Inhumans' To Make Their Own Franchise [VIDEO]

Within the new slate of Marvel movies the one titled Inhumans was rather unknown to most of the general public. But could two heroes that fans will be meeting in the next Avengers movie be the lead characters for this film?

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Cinema Blend speculated on Thursday that Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen), who will first be introduced to the Marvel universe in Avengers: Age of Ultron, could be candidates to lead the Inhumans team once that movie comes out in 2018.

The site adds that in the comics, the term "Inhuman" doesn't just apply to the citizens of Attilan, where most Inhumans live. Anyone who is a descendant of the original humans that were experimented on by the Kree can become an Inhuman - and many of these people aren't aware of their genetic history.

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Their physiology is already superior to a normal human's, but it is exposure to the Terrigen Mist that awakens their inner power. This is important because in the MCU they are referred to as "miracles" rather than "mutants," which Fox owns.

They go on to say that maybe the two heroes learn about Attilan and the home of the Inhumans and journey there. It would allow audiences to have some familiar faces among the unknown characters that would be showing up and give these two stars a franchise of their own to work with rather than delegating them to back-up duty like Black Widow, Hawkeye and the Hulk.

As of now, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch will show up in Avengers 2 and maybe Captain America 3. It is doubtful that Marvel would want to sideline the characters for so long, especially with Quicksilver becoming extremely popular over at Fox with the X-Men franchise.

Inhumans comes out on Nov. 2, 2018.

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