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Inhumans TV series debuted on IMAX screens on September 1, 2017, the first live-action television series to debut in IMAX. The theatrical run was 2 weeks, before the series premiered on ABC on September 29, and ran for 8 episodes. The series was met with unfavorable reviews and low television ratings, and was canceled by ABC in May 2018.
"Marvel's Inhumans" ABC TV Series (8 Episodes)
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New Marvel Comics Movies:
- Agents of SHIELD Season 4 (September 2016 - May 2017)
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- Ant-Man & The Wasp (July 6, 2018)
- Venom (October 5, 2018)
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- Avengers: Infinity War – Part 2 (May 3, 2019)
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- Inhumans (July 12, 2019)
The Inhumans are a fictional race of superhumans which appears in various comic book series published by Marvel Comics.
The comic book series of this name has usually focused more specifically on the adventures of the Inhuman Royal Family, and many people associate the name "Inhumans" with this particular team of super-powered characters.
The Inhumans first appeared in Fantastic Four #45 (December 1965), though members Medusa and Gorgon appeared in earlier issues of that series (#36 and #44, respectively). Their home, the city of Attilan, was first mentioned years earlier, in a Tuk the Caveboy story written and drawn by Jack Kirby that appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941). The city was described as the home of a race that was evolutionarily advanced when human beings were still in the Stone Age.
Marvel Knights: Inhumans (2013)
A Marvel Knights Animation motion comic DVD was released on April 23, 2013.
Inhumans (July 12, 2019)
A trade report in March 2011 said Marvel Entertainment is developing an Inhumans film. In November 2012, Stan Lee reported that the film is in development. In August 2014, it was reported that Marvel was moving forward with the development of an Inhumans film, with a screenplay written by Joe Robert Cole. In October 2014, Marvel Studios confirmed Inhumans, with a release date of November 2, 2018. The date was later pushed back to July 12, 2019.
Marvel's Inhumans (ABC TV 2017-)
Marvel's Inhumans, or simply Inhumans, is an upcoming American television series developed for ABC, based on the Marvel Comics race of the same name. It is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), sharing continuity with the films and other television series of the franchise. The series is produced by ABC Studios and Marvel Television, with IMAX Corporation as a financing partner and Scott Buck serving as showrunner.
The series is centered on Black Bolt, portrayed by Anson Mount, and other members of the Inhuman Royal Family. Iwan Rheon, Serinda Swan, Eme Ikwuakor, Isabelle Cornish, Ken Leung, Ellen Woglom, Sonya Balmores, and Mike Moh also star. Marvel Studios announced an Inhumans film in 2014 as part of their Phase Three slate of films, with the species first introduced to the MCU in Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. The film was removed from Marvel Studios' slate in April 2016, and the Inhumans series was announced that November, to be partly filmed using IMAX cameras. Buck joined the series in October, and Mount was cast in February 2017. Filming took place from March to June 2017, at the former Naval Air Station Barbers Point airfield in Kalaeloa, Hawaii.
- Anson Mount as Black Bolt: The Head of the Inhuman Royal Family and King of Attilan, whose voice can cause destruction with the slightest whisper. Black Bolt went through the Terrigenesis process when he was 14. Showrunner Scott Buck said it was "a little bit difficult" to write for the character since he "does not speak, but yet he is our hero and the center of the show, so it does certainly present challenges in how you tell his story." Buck specifically ruled out the series using voice over, with Black Bolt instead seen communicating via sign language. Mount created his own sign system since the character is not from Earth and would not know Earth-based systems such as American Sign Language (ASL), and also studied orchestra conductors. Premiere director Roel Reiné told Mount to just use 15 or 16 signs, but Mount was intent on putting in the extra time to create an actual language, and borrowed the underlying rules of ASL but then "double-check[ed] my signs against ASL to make sure there is no overlap." This led to Mount creating a document for his language with over 50 pages to stay consistent. Sometimes the script would not include any specific lines for the character, and Mount would develop what he was signing himself. Mount felt that if he could develop the language over several seasons, it could become a full conlang equivalent to Klingon or Dothraki. Buck called Black Bolt enigmatic and fascinating because "a lot of times, we don't know what he's thinking." Lofton Shaw portrays a young Black Bolt.
- Serinda Swan as Medusa: The wife of Black Bolt and Queen of Attilan, who has the ability to control and move her hair. Swan described "an immense codependence between" Medusa and Black Bolt, with Medusa helping Black Bolt create his sign language and forming a connection together that creates "this symbiosis that keeps them intertwined". Swan took extra care to act alongside the character's hair as an additional appendage, before CGI was added to augment the 4 pounds (1.8 kg) wig she wore on set. Swan said that Medusa's hair would "have moods" as in the comics, and that it would move and react differently in various situations, such as being more restrained in public so as to not be distracting to others. V.I.P. portrays a young Medusa.
- Isabelle Cornish as Crystal: Medusa's sister and the youngest member of the Royal Family, who has the ability to control the elements. Cornish said Crystal is "really coming of age" and is going on "the journey of really coming into her adulthood and discovering more of her powers and things like that." Leila Bootsma portrays a young Crystal.
- Ken Leung as Karnak: Black Bolt's cousin and closest adviser, who can "see the fault in all things", avoiding errors, and acts as the Royal Family's strategist and philosopher. Executive producer Jeph Loeb explained that because of Karnak's ability, "everything he sees is flawed, so nothing is quite good enough for him. It's at the point where the glass isn't half empty, it's shattered."
- Eme Ikwuakor as Gorgon: Black Bolt's cousin and leader of Attilan's Royal Guard, who can generate seismic waves with his cattle-like hooves. Ikwuakor described Gorgon as "the guy who kind of acts before he thinks."
- Ellen Woglom as Louise: A human from Earth who works at Callisto Aerospace Control Center with a personal passion for space and things related to the Moon, and has been exposed to the Terrigen Mist. Woglom described Louise as "incredibly smart, incredibly focused" and a "fun", "quirky" character. She added that Louise "sort of has blinders on" about her love of space and the Moon, which "can sometimes cause her to maybe not pick up on social cues all the time, or maybe say things without thinking about them first." Buck noted Woglom's character was not from the comic books, but rather created for the series.
- Iwan Rheon as Maximus: Black Bolt's brother, who has a strong devotion to the people of Attilan and a desire to be king himself. Maximus lost the Inhuman gene when going through the Terrigenesis process, which led to the character being looked down on by other Inhumans. Rheon said Maximus is the "runt of the family which is kind of hard for him. Without his brother he'd be working down in the mines ... because he's the King's brother, he got pity, basically." Buck called Rheon's version of the character "a different, more complicated, more real, and more compelling version" than the comic counterpart as the writers "didn't want to create just a simple villain who's evil for the sake of being evil", with Rheon adding that "there are no villains... It's not black and white. It's a lot of shades to the characters." He also compared the relationship between Maximus and Black Bolt to that of Loki and Thor in the MCU films. Rheon, who is Welsh, gave Maximus "an America-ish twang", but felt "it would be an incredible coincidence if everyone on the Moon had American accents" and so also kept the accent "a bit Moon-ish". Aidan Fiske portrays a young Maximus.
- Crystal's 2,000-pound (910 kg) teleporting canine companion Lockjaw also appears in the series, created through CGI. Reiné stated that "nobody has done a full CG character on a TV series before. So Lockjaw is the first. It's a big responsibility for all of us." Mount called Lockjaw the "goofy sidekick", but felt that he had been integrated into the plot rather than just used as comic relief. Buck felt Lockjaw's storylines would "always [be] fairly simple" as a way to ensure the writers "don't try to pretend that he's anything other than" a dog and pull focus from the other characters.
- Michael Buie as Agon: Black Bolt and Maximus' father and former king of Attilan.
- Tanya Clarke as Rynda: Black Bolt and Maximus' mother and former queen of Attilan.
- Mike Moh as Triton: Black Bolt's cousin, who has the ability to live underwater. It took Moh 3 to 5 hours every day to have his makeup applied.
Inhumans on Agents of SHIELD (2015)
The Inhumans are introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., revealed in "Who You Really Are" as part of an experiment by a rogue faction of the Kree to create genetically altered soldiers on various planets. The Inhumans are only surviving specimens as the faction were killed by the Kree Emperor, continuing the Terrigenesis with the remaining Diviners. The episode "The Things We Bury" featured a slow-aging Inhuman named Jiaying (portrayed by Dichen Lachman) who helped young Inhumans control their abilities as revealed in the episode "Aftershocks." She was the wife of Calvin Zabo before she was killed in the vivisecting experiments conducted by Daniel Whitehall.
In the episode "What They Become", a recurring character named Raina, believing she was meant for greater purpose, causes the Terrigenesis of herself and Skye, revealed to be an Inhuman herself. In "Aftershocks," Raina is horrified to find herself in a thorn-covered form (and suffering from constant pains) and attempted suicide after Calvin abandoned her. However, Raina ends up being saved by an eyeless teleporter Inhuman named Gordon (played by Jamie Harris), who was alerted to her Terrigenesis. The Terrigenesis also alerted a Kree who attempted to kill Skye and erase the Inhumans' existence in "Who You Really Are". The episode "Afterlife" introduces another Inhuman named Lincoln Campbell (played by Luke Mitchell) who helps Skye understand her heritage and has the ability to electrically-charge anything. It is shown that Jiaying had somehow survived Daniel Whitehall's experiments and has resumed training the recently-transformed Inhumans starting with Raina.
The television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has introduced multiple Inhumans to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Among these Inhumans are:
- Daisy "Skye" Johnson: A S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who has the power to manipulate vibration following her exposure to the Terrigen mists. She is able to tap into the vibrational energy of everything around her.
- Raina: A former member of Project Centipede who after the Terrigenesis became a thorn-covered Inhuman with claws. She has also gained enhanced strength and durability. Her new form is apparently uncomfortable even for her, as her insides feel malformed.
- Gordon: An eyeless Inhuman, with abilities such as teleportation and force field generation of reflective blue energy.
- Jiaying: Skye's mother and Calvin Zabo's wife who helped new Inhumans manage their new found powers and appearances. She had the power of longevity which was realized by aging Hydra member Daniel Whitehall, who vivisected and experimented on her living body to obtain the secret to eternal youth. She somehow survived the experiments as seen in "Aftershock" and resumes helping the new Inhumans.
- Lincoln Campbell: An Inhuman who can electrically-charge anything.
Agents of SHIELD: Season 1 (2014)
(Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on Netflix)
The first season sees S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Phil Coulson putting together a small team of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents to handle strange new cases. They investigate Project Centipede and their leader, "The Clairvoyant", eventually uncovering that Project Centipede is backed by Hydra, who has infiltrated S.H.I.E.L.D.
The complete first season was first released on Blu-ray and DVD on September 9, 2014, and became available for streaming on Netflix on November 20, 2014.
Agents of SHIELD: Season 2 (2015)
(2015 SHIELD Season 2 on ABC TV & Hulu)
In the second season, after the destruction of S.H.I.E.L.D., Coulson and his team look to restore trust from the government and public, while dealing with the much more powerful Hydra organization, and the revelation of the Inhumans following the appearance of Skye's father.
Chloe Bennet as Daisy "Skye" Johnson:
A civilian hacktivist recruit, revealed to be an Inhuman. When the character of Skye was introduced to the series, it was always intended that she would be the MCU version of Johnson, as Tancharoen explained, "there are always the series of clearances, but we always knew we wanted to evolve Skye into something else [Earthquake]. Daisy Johnson was the main character that we wanted to go for. We got confirmation on that very early on, so we’ve been on that track ever since." Bennet noted on the character, "I think she’s always someone who will wear her heart on her sleeve, but I think she’s much smarter about it now, if that makes any sense. I don’t think she’s the type of person who can halfass anything, and that includes emotions. If she feels something, she feels something. But she knows how to control it more". Talking about the changes to the character after it was revealed that she was Daisy Johnson and an Inhuman, Tancharoen said "With this discovery will come some consequences, especially in her relationships with everyone around her, specifically Coulson ... Needless to say, it’s going to be a very complex, emotional journey for her."
Inhumans Season1 on ABC TV
After a military coup, the Inhuman Royal Family escape to Hawaii where they must save themselves and the world. A version of the first 2 episodes will debut in IMAX theaters on September 1, 2017, and run for 2 weeks, before the September 29 television premiere on ABC, when the first 2 episodes will air.
Episode #1: "Behold... The Inhumans"
September 29, 2017
During a mission on the island of Oahu to find a newly transformed Inhuman, Triton is attacked by a strike team, and escapes by jumping into the ocean. In Attilan, the secret city of the Inhumans on the Moon, Black Bolt, Medusa and other members of the Inhuman Royal Family learn that a recently destroyed Earth rover might reveal their society to the humans, before attending a Terrigenesis ceremony for two members of society, where they are exposed to Terrigen Mist to reveal their Inhuman powers. Later, Black Bolt's brother Maximus alerts the other members of the Royal Family to Triton's mission. Unhappy to hear Triton may be dead, Gorgon heads to Earth to find him. Maximus begins a coup on Attilan, including having the same strike team attempt to kill Gorgon on Earth. Karnak learns of what Maximus is doing, and begins to warn Medusa and her sister Crystal. Maximus attacks and shaves Medusa's head to suspend her powers. Crystal has her dog Lockjaw send Karnak to Earth for safety, and does the same with Medusa and Black Bolt.
#2 "Those Who Would Destroy Us"
September 29, 2017
Realizing they have all been stranded and separated on Earth, Karnak and Medusa begin to search for Black Bolt to reunite with him, while Gorgon waits for the fight to come to him. Crystal contacts Medusa on Earth, which is tracked by Auran. Louise investigates the missing Moon rover and learns of four strange anomalies coming from the Moon and landing in Hawaii. After his arrival on Earth, Black Bolt is arrested by the Honolulu Police. Auran finds and engages Medusa, who stabs her and escapes. Maximus addresses the people of Attilan as their new king, while Auran wakes up and is seen healing her stab wound.
#3 "Divide & Conquer" - October 6, 2017
In flashbacks, a teenage Black Bolt (before undergoing his Terrigenesis) has no interest in the throne, which Maximus craves. After the brothers go through Terrigenesis, Kitang suggests locking Black Bolt for Attilan's protection, rejected by Agon. In the present, Black Bolt's fellow inmate Sammy is contacted by Evan Declan and given instructions to befriend the former. Louise watches the prison hoping to gain information while Medusa learns of Black Bolt's incarceration and heads there on foot. A prison riot ensues and Sammy breaks out Black Bolt, revealing himself as an Inhuman with heat powers. They board Declan's helicopter and escape. Medusa fails to reach them in time and forces a curious Louise to help her chase them. Maximus tasks Auran to kill Gorgon, sending a team, including the deadly Mordis. Her party forces Gorgon's to retreat. Crystal publicly opposes Maximus as king and escapes Attilan with Lockjaw. Maximus uses the chance to convince the Genetic Council of the Royal Family's incompetence and strengthen his position. Arriving on Earth with Crystal, Lockjaw is wounded in a car crash collision. All the while, Karnak is captured by a group of drug suppliers, who decide to keep him alive.
#4 "Make Way for... Medusa" - October 13, 2017
Declan takes Bolt and Sammy to his facility, revealed to be working for Maximus, whom he convinces to temporarily spare Bolt's life in order to use the latter's DNA for another Terrigenesis on Maximus. The latter orders Tibor, who is revealed to had been friends with him before announcing him as a human, to prepare for the upcoming Terrigenesis, slaying the rest of the council. After losing the helicopter, Medusa and Louise manage to track Declan's facility. Bolt and Sammy deduce Declan's malevolence and escape before being confronted by Auran's party. As Mordis defies Bolt, Medusa and Louise arrive and cause an explosion, after which Bolt escapes with the duo, taking an unconscious Locus, a member of Auran's party with the power of locating people. Meanwhile, Gorgon deserts his party in order to protect them and find Karnak, who develops romance with Jen as Reno kills a fellow farmer, implied to be planning the same for the pair. Crystal has Dave bring Audrey to his place in order to examine Lockjaw.
#5 "Something Inhuman This Way Comes..."
October 20, 2017
Karnak and Jen escape from Reno, who wounds her. Reno's customer kills him for his unreliability and orders his men to find the pair. Locus criticizes Black Bolt's politics, locating Karnak using her powers. Auran awakens in Declan's facility and secretly contacts Maximus, who orders her to let Declan continue researching on Black Bolt. After recapturing Sammy and learning of his powers, Mordis' party reunites with Auran, who decides to use Declan and Sammy to lure back Black Bolt. After stitching Jen's wounds, Karnak returns to the camp with her. They are later captured by the customers, only for Gorgon to arrive and rescue them. Escaping, Gorgon and Karnak are reunited with Black Bolt and Medusa. A dying Locus tells Medusa of Crystal's presence on Oahu and asks Black Bolt to reconsider his policies. Maximus decides to send more Inhumans to help Auran. Tibor encounters the opposition, who ask him to help overthrow Maximus. Audrey cures Lockjaw, who teleports Crystal and Dave away. The pair continues bonding. In flashbacks, Gorgon and Karnak scold each other for extreme behavior.
#6 "The Gentleman's Name is Gorgon"
October 27, 2017
Following a nightmare involving his family, Maximus has Eldrac send the supporting team to Declan's facility with one of them being Bronaja's father Loyolis. Auran sends the message to Medusa. Black Bolt takes Medusa and Louise to find Crystal while tasking Gorgon and Karnak to rescue Declan and Sammy. Crystal creates a lightning to signal the others. Gorgon and Karnak defeat Auran's party and rescue the duo. Mordis tries to kill himself and everyone. Gorgon sacrifices himself and Mordis to save the others by collapsing the facility. Black Bolt's party reunites with Crystal and Lockjaw and go to Declan's facility. Audrey brings the police to Dave's barn to expose the Inhumans. Pretending to be Dave's girlfriend, Louise assures the police that Audrey was only being jealous. Meanwhile, Maximus figures out the assassination attempt by Tibor and the rebels. After killing Tibor and having the rebels taken away, he has Bronaja pledge his loyalty to him.
#7 "Havoc in the Hidden Land" - Nov. 3, 2017
Auran and her party are returned to Maximus to show good faith. She is disillusioned when she learns that Maximus's deeper agenda is a second Terrigenesis. Triton is revealed to be alive and reunites with the Royal Family, who learn that Black Bolt had predicted the coup and is prepared. The Family returns to Attilan for a parley with Maximus. Black Bolt agrees to allow Maximus to undergo Terrigenesis in exchange for reclaiming the throne. After securing Declan, Maximus violates the pact and demands the Family leave. Having learned from Declan's research, Karnak convinces Auran to give him her DNA so that he can use it to revive Gorgon through a second Terrigenesis, which seemingly fails. Triton kills Maximus' bodyguards, captures him and sends him back to Black Bolt, who prepares to kill him before he tells Black Bolt that Attilan's survival depends on his due to a failsafe. Gorgon awakens with a premature mind, to Declan's dismay.
#8 "...And Finally: Black Bolt" - Nov. 10, 2017
Gorgon kills Declan and escapes. Karnak is arrested and locked in the "quiet room", later joined by Gorgon, whom he helps remember the past slightly. Maximus reveals that the failsafe needs his fingerprints once an hour to stabilize. Black Bolt plans an evacuation of the people to Earth if he can not topple Maximus. Crystal convinces Eldrac for the plan. Maximus is rescued by the Royal Guards, finding Declan's body and no Terrigen crystals, which Medusa entrusts to Louise on Earth. Her boss agrees to provide settlement for the people of Attilan. Karnak and Gorgon break out and join the Family. Medusa meets with Maximus and tries to reason with him, but to no avail. The Family broadcasts Attilan, revealing Maximus's preferences and offering the evacuation. Disillusioned, Auran deserts Maximus and joins the evacuation. Black Bolt confronts Maximus, who reveals that he faked the letter from Agon and Rynda involving Black Bolt's brain surgery, leading to the pair's deaths. Black Bolt locks Maximus in the bunker and leaves by Eldrac, who collapses with Attilan.
The series was met with unfavorable reviews and low television ratings, and was canceled by ABC in May 2018.
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