First 'Inhumans' Teaser Trailer Argues Freedom for All
06 May, 2017, 02:52 | Author: Kristopher Anderson
Press PLAY on the first teaser trailer above, then tell if you'll be making a trip to the nearest cineplex (or setting your DVR) to see Marvel's Inhumans this fall. "You're talking about treason", the female character, presumably Isabelle Cornish's Crystal responds.
Each day for the last week, Marvel has gifted us with another peek inside The Inhumans.
Despite tying in with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the wider Marvel universe, The Inhumans is a standalone story about a power struggle between two brothers. He believes it will set the Inhumans free. Although Episode 1 and 2 will be available in IMAX theaters beginning September 1, the succeeding episodes will hit the small screen on September 26 on ABC. The series is executive produced by Scott Buck, along with Marvel's Jeph Loeb and Jim Chory with Buck serving as showrunner. Black Bolt, whose voice can level cities, and his wife Medusa, whose hair is a deadly weapon, sit on the royal throne.
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"Black Bolt is a very hard character I would think for Anson, but for any actor to play". According to Buck, the partnership "gave us a lot more freedom and pushed and encouraged us to think a little bit bigger than we would if it was just a normal network show".
Check out the official synopsis for The Inhumans below!
The series from showrunner Scott Buck (Iron Fist) is slated to premiere the first two episodes exclusively in IMAX theaters for a limited two weeks run kicking off on September 1. The show kicks into gear when the royal family is splintered by a military coup, which finds them barely escaping to Hawaii and interacting with Earth humans in surprising ways.
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