Marvel's decision to movie the television series "Inhumans" and release the first episodes on the IMAX theater chain is a "quadruple victory." The head of Disney-ABC Television Group Ben Sherwood told The Hollywood Reporter.
"Yes, we see this as a quadruple success. This is a win for IMAX, a win for Marvel, a win for ABC Studios and a win for ABC in general, all of which will ensure the show is released in a new format," he said. According to the contract signed between the parties, the pilot episodes will be movieed with IMAX cameras and will be released in the fall of 2017. IMAX will also co-finance the entire project. The cast, director and producers of the project were not specified at the time of this writing.
Rana was told that the plot would focus on Black Bolt, the King of Inhumans and one of the members of the Illuminati team. Part of the action will take place on the moon.
Recall that earlier the Marvel studio planned to shoot a full-length movie based on this comic book series and release it in 2019. However, in the future, it was decided to abandon these plans, since the Walt Disney company, which owns Marvel, has a whole series of more priority projects. Nevertheless, in the foreseeable future, the studio does not exclude movieing and full-length "Inhumans".
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