Today's news comes courtesy of America's favorite crazy ol' grandpa, Stan Lee, who confirms that Marvel is indeed developing movies for Black Panther, Dr. Strange, and the Inhumans.

Stan Lee recently sat down for an interview with District, the online newspaper for the Savannah College of Art and Design, and in the interview he's asked about the prospect of new superhero films at Marvel. He confirms what we already know -- that Marvel and Edgar Wright are working on 'Ant-Man' -- but also drops some new information:

I can tell you there will definitely be a Dr. Strange movie! They are working on Antman,  which requires really small cameras! Black Panther is being developed, one of my favorites…the Inhumans…All the hero’s [sic] will eventually be made into movies.

Well, we don't know about all of them -- it's not like people are clamoring for a Dazzler movie (she was a member of the X-Men with an affinity for Disco music and who could convert sound vibrations into beams of light, which is just silly).

Anyway, thanks to Stan the Man, we now know that Marvel is most definitely working on that Black Panther movie that's been the source of some discussion for a while now, and movies for Dr. Strange (yay!) and the Inhumans (though, in fairness, Lee may have no more inside knowledge than you or I and is just going by what he reads on the web). For those unfamiliar, the Inhumans are a race of superhuman beings -- the result of crazy experiments involving mutagenics that gave these people superpowers and deformities. So like Carnival sideshow people, but with superpowers -- basically like the X-Men, only not.