At this point, moviegoers of all ages are aware of the general success that Marvel Studios has enjoyed with its Marvel Cinematic Universe. Beginning with the critically and fan-acclaimed Iron Man in 2008, Marvel Studios – and Disney soon after – has enjoyed nearly a decade of prosperity with its big screen superheroes. Marvel's television division is no slouch either, which is perhaps why fans did not complain too much when recent headlines broke, revealing that The Inhumans will be moving to television, rather than go the route of an MCU feature film.
On both network television as well as Netflix's online streaming service, Marvel has released hit after hit with the likes of Daredevil, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Jessica Jones, and most recently Luke Cage just to name a few. Questions begin to arise within the fan community following the news that Marvel's Agent Carter will not return for a third season, but it now appears as though Marvel's The Inhumans will be taking Agent Carter's place in the Marvel/ABC TV show lineup . And if you live on the island of Oahu, then you might be able to take part in the new Marvel/ABC show, too.
Marvel's The Inhumans is reportedly looking for extras to play aliens on the show. The television series is set to begin filming on the Hawaiian island of Oahu soon, under the working title "Project Next". According to the casting call posted by Ohana Casting, Inhumans is searching for the following:
"IDENTICAL TWINS 10-40yrs old - LITTLE PEOPLE - VERY TALL PEOPLE 6'4 AND TALLER - PEOPLE WITH CRAZY AND COLORFUL HAIR STYLES - BODY BUILDERS - AND FOLKS FROM AN INDIAN ANCESTRY!"
If you fit one of the descriptions mentioned above, and again, live in Ohau, you can submit a photograph and phone number to email@example.com to try and land a role as an extra on The Inhumans.
Fans of the franchise will likely scrutinize this information to try and find any discernable details concerning the anticipated show, but it doesn't look like there is much to go off of here. All this really tells us is that aliens will indeed be a part of this series, which is not really a great surprise. Again, fans may be a be a bit disappointed that The Inhumans will opt for a television run rather than a theatrical release, but luckily, it is being reported that the series will first premiere in IMAX theaters nationwide in September 2017.
Inhumans will screen on IMAX for two weeks starting Labor Day weekend. The series will premiere September 26, 2017 on ABC.