Marvel's Inhumans trailer: Here's a look into the world of the 'Inhuman' royal family
If it's from Marvel, it definitely got to be marvellous. While the big screens are waiting for back-to-back Marvel films' releases this year and in 2018 ranging from Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Thor: Ragnarok (2017), Black Panther (2018), Avengers: Infinity War (2018) and Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018); the small screen is all set to ablaze with Marvel's upcoming television show Inhumans.
The trailer of this ABC's show was launched on YouTube on 29 June and has already crossed 5 million views.
The 1.56 minute video clip starts with the a view of Earth and then the shot changes to a full view of the moon which is a reference to the whole myth of the place of residence of the secret society of the Inhuman royal family.
While the comic books suggest that the city-state Attilan is the abode of the Inhumans and then they travelled around different locations on Earth - including a short stint at the Himalayas - before finally resting on the moon.
Maximus, played by Iwan Rheon of Game of Thrones fame, is seen addressing the population saying that they need to approach Earth and start living there again, as that is their rightful home. We also get to see other characters like Black Bolt (played by Anson Mount), who is the The Head of the Inhuman Royal Family and King of Attilan, Medusa (Serina Swan), wife of Black Bolt and queenof Attilan, and many others. But Rheon has the maximum screen presence and looks every bit of the character. His grey shades are evident when he captures Medusa or when he attempts to arrest Black Bolt.
Maximus commands a great loyalty among the citizens and is a leader. According to the comics, he also wishes to sit on the throne overpowering his brother Black Bolt.
Another remarkable aspect of the trailer is the teleporting canine companion Lockjaw, which is created as a result of some kick-ass CGI the series can surely boast of.
What lies ahead in the series will only be known after the show actually premieres in IMAX on 1 September , and on ABC on 29 September, as reported by ScreenRant.
Here is the trailer: