Vin Diesel is absolutely one of Marvel's biggest advocates for the future of Marvel Studios. Now, he's come out and been more blatant than ever as to who his second mystery Marvel character is. For those unaware, Diesel has stated that he has signed on to play not one but two Marvel characters: one being the recent Groot from [Guardians of the Galaxy](movie:424073), one from an unknown future film. It might not be such a mystery anymore!
Vin Diesel took to facebook to post the following image, and a description that has us absolutely thrilled!
Vin and Marvel... you all made it happen!
I get the strange feeling that Marvel thinks I'm Inhuman... Haha.
For those unaware of my insane fandom with Marvel Movies, I am the biggest advocate for an Inhumans movie you have ever met and that you may ever meet. In fact, I've been predicting Vin's second role as the Inhuman known as Black Bolt for what feels like forever. Interestingly enough, Black Bolt doesn't speak because any sound he makes with his vocal chords have the same amount of power as an atomic bomb, so there is really no room for him to have resemblance to Groot anyways.
See Also: Why Vin Diesel can Still Play Black Bolt
Kevin Feige has also stated recently he believes that Vin Diesel should go on in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to do a live-action character where he gets to play someone using his own acting abilities in person.
"He really is a force of nature. I was always a fan. But I’ve really grown to respect him and love what he does and what he stands for. So certainly someday. Right now I’m just so happy that the Groot thing worked out and that he’s embraced it in the way that he has. But I think there are any number of places that he could fit in a live-action way."
Can we expect to see an Inhumans movie in the near future? Doctor Strange and [The Inhumans](movie:910490) were once considered to be definite future films for Marvel Studios until things began to look more unexpected for Marvel's future. Now that [Doctor Strange](movie:559685) is definitely on its way, Inhumans couldn't have been too far behind, could it?