It is, therefore, at the end of the month that will begin the first season of the Inhuman on the channel ABC and, already, it goes wrong. Small return on the exploitation cinema of the first two episodes.
It is a little sad to see the fate of the Inhuman. First envisioned as a film prestigious with Vin Diesel, integrated MCU, the project then disappeared from the schedules to return a few months later in the form of a tv series a little bit special because its the first two episodes have been shot in IMax for a film limited prior to broadcast on tv.
And, from the outset, thees fans of the comics were suspicious. Whether it is the first photos of the casting or the trailers, a big doubt was settling in as we showed more. Something was wrong, all that we seemed to be well-cheap and without flavors, but, as is always the case, the promotional material does never blows and it is always necessary to wait to see the finished product, to make his own opinion.
Except that here, The Inhuman came out in theaters last weekend and the early returns are bad enough. One might say that it is once again the reaction of critical journalistic frustrated but this is a little different, since, in a week, exploitation cinema has never been reported as $ 2.6 million. And this, it is called a sacred cold shower.
According to the website Variety, the reasons for this failure have their origins in a number of reasons. Already a flatness of the script, considered to be very interesting, but also a quality and very low visual effects, yet crucial, particularly in this project. We also speak of a big dispute between ABC and Marvel at the time of the creation of the series, that would not agreed on the direction to take.
But the most important is perhaps this : The Inhuman would not have had the budget enough to satisfy her huge ambitions. The output of the first two episodes in IMax, we were surprised at the time of its announcement and, paradoxically, it is the detail to take into account in all of this. Indeed, it would seem that the partnership with IMax has provided the money needed to make the season and that this deal represents the total budget for the season. That probably explains it gives the impression of having been taken care of by interns.
If the predictions are not more favourable to the series, it must, however, still rely on broadcast tv, which will begin at the end of the month, to know the fate of the Inhuman. What is certain by cons is that, in the state, it is already bad luck for a season 2 and that it should discourage IMax to attempt similar experiments in the future.