‘The Inhumans’ TV Show Character Details Possibly Revealed
The Agents of Shield Season 2 finale ended with Daisy dropping their version of a Terrigen bomb into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, creating more Inhumans. For those who aren’t familiar with inhumans, they are human/Kree hybrid enhanced individuals who gain their powers after going through Terrigenesis. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. had the great idea of making Quake and Yo-Yo into inhumans unlike their comicbnook counterpart. Shield has also brought us quite a few inhumans who aren’t comicbook characters but, we will finally see the original royal family this summer on their own Tv show.
Recently, it was revealed that ABC and Marvel are planning to begin production on Inhumans in March, now the next big question on everyones mind is, where is the cast though? Well we might getting that rather quickly.
That Hashtag Show has new character breakdowns which indicate that many members of the Royal Family will be the main focus of the series. These breakdowns come from a source that is close to the Inhumans TV project. There are seven descriptions that have now been revealed, all of which are for characters that will be series regulars. While the descriptions are coded with fake names, it’s not too difficult to figure out which of the Royal Family members each is. Check out the breakdowns, below.
- Broderick – Male, 30-40, Caucasian
- Can say volumes with just a look. Strong, thoughtful and private, he’s unaccustomed to being questioned or feeling a need to answer to anyone, to an extent can verge on arrogance.
- Marjorie – Female, 30-40, Caucasian
- An elegant and intelligent advisor to her husband, she struggles to find her place outside of their relationship, as others tend to view her as just a pretty face. Strong and resourceful, she’s not afraid to break the rules when the situation demands it.
- Marty – Male, 30-40, Caucasian
- Broderick’s younger brother; he is intelligent, charming and articulate. He comes across as a man of the people but secretly covets power.
- Kevin – Male, 30-40, Open
- Slight of build, his mind is his greatest asset. Always prepared with a plan, his outlook on life is the glass is always half-empty and often cracked and dirty as well. Though his outlook can be grim he has a droll, dry sense of humor.
- Grady – Male, 25-35, Open
- Impetuous and brash, he has serious impulse control issues which frequently get him into trouble, whether it’s women, booze or fighting. He loves life and lives in the moment, for better or worse.
- Christine – Female, 18-25 to play 18, Caucasian
- Soulful but still learning the ways of the world, she has the arrogance of youth. Impetuous and independent, she is also deeply devoted to her family.
- Timothy – Male, 25-35, Open, SFXMU required
- Supremely athletic. The ultimate picture of cool. He’s calm under pressure and willing to do anything to get the job done.
Thanks to these descriptions we can make some strong guess to who these inhumans actually are. Broderick is definitely Black Bolt, the Inhuman king who rarely speaks; Marjorie is then Medusa, Black Bolt’s wife; Marty is Maximus the Mad; Kevin is Karnak; Grady is Gorgon; Christine is Crystal; and Timothy is Triton.
Each of the character descriptions pretty much line up with how the characters are portrayed in the comics, and each character has the same first letter to their comic counterpart. From the age range it seems like this will be an experienced Royal Family and not young adults .
One character that is missing from these descriptions is the Inhuman teleporting dog: Lockjaw. It could be a tricky to bring his character to live-action TV. Although he is excluded from this breakdown, it doesn’t mean we wont see him appear on the TV series, as it would really only require a voice-over from an actor. I volunteer as tribute.
What do you think about these character breakdowns? Let us know!
The Inhumans will be shown in theaters for two weeks starting Labor Day weekend, prior to the first episode premiering September 26, 2017 on ABC.
Source: That Hashtag Show, Screenrant
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