The day many Marvel fans have been waiting for has arrived. The first trailer for the upcoming series, Inhumans, has been released. And it didn’t disappoint!
The trailer started by showing the audience the world in which the Inhumans inhabit, the Blue Side of the Moon, and how they have lived there without the humans’ knowledge. However, problems quickly arise when Maximus (Iwan Rheon) tells Black Blot (Anson Mount), King of the Inhumans and Maximus’s brother, that they need to invade Earth so they can live happily and prosperously.
Fans see within the first ten seconds that the show will have some old-fashion sibling rivalry that will surely be central to the show.
The trailer then reveals that Maximus plans to overthrow his brother because he believes that the Inhumans should be free. And he succeeds. Fans then see that the Royal Family is in trouble and escape to Hawaii.
From here fans are shown quick clips of the family’s struggles, including Black Bolt flipping over a car with a cough threatening to expose them, while Maximus seems to have gotten his wish in ruling over the Inhumans. This surely seems like it’s going to an exciting ride.
The other aspect of the show that is worth checking out is the fact that it was filmed using IMAX cameras. By using IMAX cameras the world of television has been raised to anther level. The quality of the show is going to be unbelievable. Double that with the fact that you can watch the first and second episodes of the first season in an IMAX theater gives people all the more reason in the world to check it out.
As far as the overall plot of the show is concerned, fans should be excited about this series. It gives the showrunners lots of room to grow and expand each other characters’ identities, as well as the storytelling. Even if the show is based on the comic, there will probably be points of the show that have diehard fans in awe.
Marvel’s Inhumans will have its highly anticipated premiere on Friday, September 29 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern on ABC. The first of two episodes will be shown globally in IMAX theaters for two weeks, beginning on September 1st, 2017
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This story was written by Samantha D’Amico. If you want to follow her on Twitter, you can do so at @SAM_iamXO.