It's been reported that these first two episodes are filmed with IMAX cameras and IMAX is footing the bill for them.
However, since the last episode of Agents of SHIELD, we received more information on the Inhumans movie.
Where previously Marvel's The Inhumans announcement suggested that the series would be shot entirely with IMAX cameras, The Hollywood Reporter reveals that only the first two hours will be shot in the format, owing to their placement in IMAX theaters for September 2017. Following the current Death of X storyline, the two groups will go head to head in the Inhumans vs. X-Men mini-series.
It's believed that the new show will not tie in with the Inhumans that have appeared in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. television show, but will instead tell a completely unrelated story.
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We don't know if Inhumans will go longer than eight episodes, but the strangest thing of all is that this series, even with its (limited) theatrical premiere, is apparently not replacing the long-proposed and now back-burnered Inhumans movie, which is said to still be happening even though it was yanked from a 2019 release date and has not been rescheduled yet.
Now, Hive was introduced in season 3 as one of the first successful Inhumans. The Inhumans society is led by their King, Black Bolt, with his royal family consisting of Medusa, Karnak, Gorgon, Triton, Crytsal and Maximus the Mad according to comicbook.
Whereas many Marvel heroes owe their abilities to a scientific experiment, their cosmic origins, or a genetic mutation (more on that later), the Inhumans actually gained their powers through exposure to Terrigen Mist. Or, on the flipside, maybe the broadcast versions will be "extended" episodes. "I want to take this book to a place where Marvel-Earth - the Marvel Galaxy - isn't even a speck in the sky".
More specifically, the past few years have seen Marvel make a concerted effort to impact television as much as film.