In the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Inhumans does not have one but two unique and unwanted distinctions. Not only was it the only officially announced film and received a release date that has never been released, but the characters then became the subject of the only minor change to the Marvel screen that was canceled after one season.
Whenever someone tries to tell you that the MCU cannot go wrong, all you have to do is point them in the direction of the Inhumans. After the plans were finally abandoned for their big-screen debut, the idea was first presented to S.H.I.E.L.D. agents before a more accurate representation of the group’s comics became the subject of their television event.
Inhuman was criticized by fans:
However, despite high expectations and an even higher budget, the Inhumans were scandalized by both fans and critics, and after the scores quickly fell off a cliff. Scott Buck admits that he has already drawn three-story stories in his mind.
Costumes didn’t look as convincing as they should:
One of the most important complaints made in Inhumans was about how costumes, makeup, and effects looked so cheap for a Marvel project and in a recent social media exchange with a fan, Triton actor Mike Moh admitted that the money didn’t they are stretched long enough to make the characters look as convincing as they should.
Yep pretty much ?? https://t.co/di58NSqCuJ
— Mike Moh (@mikemoh) May 14, 2020
Was being on set any weirder than being on other sets ?
— Phsyco Red (@PhsycoRed) May 14, 2020
Being the only absolute disaster that happened on his watch, it emerged that Kevin Feige was trying to correct the mistakes of the Inhumans and start over, both as a feature film and as the last of a long series of Disney Plus shows. Wherever they decide to go from here, where there are few chances that it will end badly like last time.