Season 1, Episode 5 – “Inhumans” shows a rare glimmer of character development in an otherwise random, apathetic storyline.
Season 1, Episode 1-2 – The first two episodes of Inhumans, released in theaters in IMAX format, are so genuinely terrible that there is nothing good to say about them. Everything from the writing and characters down to the costuming and set design feels scattered and seems to lack even the barest amount of effort.
“It’s like a second character to live with, like a serious roommate that is just always up in your business,” Swan said.
Jeph Loeb says “the folks at IMAX” would know the answer when asked if Inhumans ticket will cost as much as a normal movie ticket.
Their powers might be bigger, badder, and better in Imax, but the INHUMANS royal family still struggle with problems that are entirely human.
Black Bolt, Medusa, and the whole Attilan gang are here (even Lockjaw!) in the first trailer for Marvel’s new series Inhumans.
In addition to ABC prime time favorites like Fresh Off the Boat and Once Upon a Time returning for the fall, the network recently unveiled a hearty helping of new shows. They also recently released a boatload of trailers that gives audiences a preview of what to expect from its fall lineup.
The Lost alum joins Anson Mount, Iwan Rheon and Serinda Swan in Marvel’s TV series about its royal family.
The cast for Marvel’s Inhumans has been stacking up and after the announcement of Hell on Wheels star Anson Mount as Black Bolt, they wasted no time in naming Graceland alum Serinda Swan as Medusa, his wife and almighty Queen of the Inhumans.
ABC has filled another slot in their highly anticipated adaptation of Marvel’s Inhumans. Hell on Wheels alum Anson Mount has signed on to star in the key role of Black Bolt, the enigmatic and commanding King of the Inhumans who has a voice so powerful that the slightest whisper can destroy a city.
Game of Thrones actor Iwan Rheon will star in the upcoming ABC Marvel drama Inhumans as Maximus, set to premiere this fall.
After date changes and promises of a feature version, Marvel has finally revealed a change-up for their Inhumans project with a new series in the works at ABC and plans for a premiere in IMAX theaters. The first two episodes of the live-action series will bow next summer followed by weekly hour-long episodes of the drama in the fall.
ABC buys 2, orders more of 4, and kills 1, CBS does 1 and 1, ABC Family greenlights 1, Comedy Central, FX and Starz each order something new, while NBC takes on 2 new series, FOX greenlights 1 and orders more of another, and hands out a deal for 2 more. (aka: a LOT OF TV NEWS TODAY!)