American Crime series creator John Ridley is still secretive about his mysterious Marvel project with ABC. Nevertheless, he shared some insights on how it is shaping up and other vague tidbits.
Speaking to The Wrap, Ridley revealed that the project is still alive. He further shares that he s continually working on it.
The source quotes Ridley as saying, “We’re continuing to work on it. I’m very, very excited about it. I’m lucky in the sense that it’s not the only thing I’m dependent upon, but I will say the number of questions I’m asked about it tells me there’s still an appetite.”
He ends his statement by saying that he hopes he could share the project to people sooner. Not giving any concrete detail suggests that the project is still on its early stages. Nevertheless, given the secrecy surrounding it, it’s safe to assume the work is a high-profile one.
Marvel TV expanding with Inhumans
Although fans won’t hear any details about Ridley’s work with Marvel for ABC any time soon, what’s certain is the upcoming Marvel’s Inhumans. Production details on the series recently emerged.
According to a recent tweet from Season Zero Com, production for Inhumans starts in March. Meanwhile, named shooting locations include the Chicago area and Los Angeles.
The Inhumans‘ planned debut will be on IMAX theaters on September 4. Meanwhile, the rest of the episodes debuts on ABC starting September 26. At this point, no casting announcements emerged yet.
American Crime updates
Meanwhile, Ridley’s other show–American Crime–already has a release date. According to a report from Variety, season 3 of the series premieres on March 12.
Cast of the show includes Richard Cabral, Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, Connor Jessup, Regina King, Benito Martinez and Lili Taylor. As per the source, the season will tackle the struggles that undocumented workers go through.
Most recently, the show received Golden Globes nomination in the Best Miniseries or Television Film Category while Felicity Huffman received a nomination for Best Actress in the same category. American Crime airs Sunday at 10 pm on ABC.
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