Marvel has released precious few details of its upcoming Inhumans TV series, beyond IMAX plans for the 2017 premiere. Now, a new report clarifies just how much of the series will use IMAX technology, and why some of the early hours will require a grander scale.
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We still have plenty of unanswered questions with Marvel’s decision to move forward on an Inhumans TV series, especially if a movie is somehow still in the cards. On that note, one wonders about Vin Diesel’s many teasing references to playing lead Inhuman Black Bolt, something Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn certainly doubts to be the case now.
The state of Marvel’s ABC TV series got a shot in the arm with news that The Inhumans would arrive in 2017, though not necessarily replacing a movie in the MCU’s expanding slate. Certainly, a fancy new IMAX TV series bodes ill for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but sources say one will not necessarily replace the other.
Well, this is certainly unexpected. Marvel’s Inhumans has bounced around theatrical release dates enough that many wondered if Marvel might make the film at all, and now the project appears to have undergone TV-genesis. Yes, Marvel’s The Inhumans is now an ABC TV series premiering in fall 2017, debuting its first two episodes in IMAX theaters!
Generally whenever superhero series bring in other established heroes for a season, it’s to test the water for a spinoff. We’ve seen it with Flash from Arrow, Punisher from Daredevil, and potentially now Ghost Rider from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as well. Star Gabriel Luna is certainly up for the possibility, explaining there are “deals in place,” should the need arise.
The success of Preacher certainly opened TV doors for Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, most recently with the Hulu order of Josh Hutcherson series Future Man. Now, Rogen and Goldberg are at it again two-fold, eyeing a sidekick inversion for a new FOX superhero series, and an Illuminati spoof for ABC.
ABC might have attempted to bury this news in the midst of Election 2016, but Agent Carter fans have another pressing concern. Hayley Atwell’s ABC series Conviction has officially been canceled, but is it good news or bad?
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. surprised every Ghost Rider fan with the reveal behind Robbie Reyes first taking on the mantle of Vengeance, including a surprise cameo that went mysteriously unnamed. Now, stars Clark Gregg and Reyes himself, Gabriel Luna tip their hands toward the Johnny Blaze Ghost Rider indeed having sped through “The Good Samaritan.”
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. definitely got Ghost Rider fans hot and bothered with news that the Spirit of Vengeance would blaze through Season 4, albeit as the more modern, four-wheeling Robbie Reyes version. Tonight’s “The Good Samaritan” revealed Reyes’ MCU origin, however, with a surprising cameo from one of the Rider’s previous hosts!
Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ dips into Ghost Rider’s blazing origins with Season 4’s “The Good Samaritan,” but was the big twist with Uncle Eli too easy to see coming? And what happened to poor black-bagged Simmons? Find out in our full review of tonight’s latest ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’!