On May 4, 2017, Entertainment Weekly announced that in the fall of 2017, Marvel will release “Inhumans” and bring it to life on the big screen and on ABC.
Initially, “Inhumans” was introduced in the pages of “Fantastic Four” in 1965, and headlined their own title in 1975.
“Inhumans” is about a race of human-aliens who undergo a process that unleashes odd, but powerful gifts.
Showrunner, Buck Scott, stresses that the show will not be an SFX extravaganza. He says that he wants to portray the characters as real people, who coincidentally, have special powers so they are very solid.
The show is set on Earth. The plot is that The Royal Family from Attilan, a technologically advanced city, are at risk and have to save themselves.
Buck mentions another show, “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” He says that, although, this is not a spin-off of S.H.I.E.L.D., what happens in that show will affect the characters of “Inhumans.”
These two shows are not Marvel’s only works. They have made hundreds of comics and cartoons and dozens of movies; cartoon and live-action.
In April 2013, Marvel moved its studios from Manhattan Beach to the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California and is a division of its own.
Written by Trinity Oglesby
Edited by Cathy Milne
Entertainment Weekly: First look: Marvel’s Inhumans
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