Here's Your First Look At Marvel/ABC's INHUMANS

Here's Your First Look At Marvel/ABC's INHUMANS

Following yesterday's cast photo (which didn't seem to go down too well on Twitter), we've now got the first teaser for Inhumans, the upcoming Marvel series from ABC and IMAX; check it out here...

The clip features no footage, but instead has a voice-over playing while the title card slowly appears.

That's definitely Maximus, played by Iwan "Ramsay Bolton" Rheon and brother to Inhuman king Black Bolt, who asks, "Are we supposed to follow our king and remain as silent as he is?"

Inhumans will arrive in IMAX theaters on September 1, 2017 for a limited two week engagement before airing on ABC in the fall.


The Inhumans, who first played a role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

For those who don't know, Marvel has decided to make a TV series based on the Inhumans comics rather than a full feature film.

While Inhumans shown thus far in the MCU, like Daisy Johnson (Chloe Bennet) and Lincoln Campbell (Luke Mitchell) grew up believing they were normal before developing powers, the members of Marvel's Inhumans have known since birth what they are. But, while the first image from the show might not look great, Inhumans sure sounds good, as a new, audio-only teaser released on Friday promises betrayal and courtly intrigue. Free from what? We still don't know, but it may have to do with the reason why the Royal Family left their home, the moon civilization of Attilan, in exchange for the humidity and beaches of Hawaii. Maximus is Black Bolt's brother, while Black Bolt's wife, Medusa, is the sister of Crystal. We certainly enjoy working with him.

To coincide with EW's coverage, series showrunner Scott Buck (Iron Fist) offered up some insight into Inhumans, including the creative difficulties of rendering Black Bolt on the small screen.

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