'Marvel's The Inhumans' Coming To IMAX Cinemas September 2017; Won't Replace Film

For possibly some hearing that Marvel somewhat demoted The Inhumans film into a television series was something not to be cheering about. Well it looks like there is a remedy for that problem.

It appears that the series will not be replacing the feature film, even with the first two episodes - shot entirely in IMAX - hitting over a thousand IMAX theatres in seventy four countries for two weeks starting September 4th 2017 before the series properly airs as part of Disney's ABC Studios' autumn schedule.

THR reports that the series, which is not a full blown spin-off of the first Marvel Television show, Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, will not be replacing its feature film counterpart. They also report that while the first two episodes will be filmed completely with IMAX cameras future action sequences will be shot using the same cameras, some sequences taking place on the moon.

It also being reported that the first two episodes will be financed by IMAX making it more appealing for producers of Marvel Television and ABC Studios. IMAX, Marvel Television, and ABC Studios will also work in tandem with one another to promote the series individually to maximise audiences for the series.

ABC Studios are hoping that with The Inhumans it will also bring new audience members to their other Marvel show, Agents of SHIELD, for the its fifth season on air.

The Inhumans, a race of superhumans with diverse and singularly unique powers, were first introduced in Marvel Comics by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1965. Since that time, they have grown in prominence and become some of the most popular and iconic characters in the Marvel Universe. 'Marvel’s The Inhumans' will explore the never-before-told epic adventure of Black Bolt and the royal family.

Source: THR

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