'Marvel's Inhumans': New Set Photos and Videos Feature Black Bolt on the Run

'Marvel's Inhumans': New Set Photos and Videos Feature Black Bolt on the Run

Ditching Black Bolt's leather suit, Anson Mount's Blackabar Boltagon is seen fleeing from the local authorities on the filming set of the upcoming ABC series.
As the filming of "Marvel's Inhumans" is currently underway in Hawaii, leaked set photos and videos are something inevitable. More sneak peeks have surfaced online, featuring Anson Mount's Black Bolt on the run.

On Sunday, March 19, a fan took to Twitter to share the photos and videos from "Inhumans" filming set in Hawaii. In the set photos, it can be seen that Black Bolt's leather suit is swapped out for a civilian business suit. Another photo features a man indicated with a red circle, who is assumed to be Mount's stunt double for the role.

Besides sharing set photos, the fan posted some set videos featuring the actor filming a scene involving Earth's police force. Donning a traditional human suit, the Inhumans King is running on the street with a few police cars being hot on the trail.

As to why the local authorities are chasing him and whether the Inhumans will head to their home world of Attilan remain to be seen. However, judging by the set photos and videos which have emerged online by far, it seems like a good amount of the story will take place on Earth. That may explain why Black Bolt is in a less-alien attire. It is also assumed that there will be plenty of time spent to see the Inhumans interacting with the denizens of Earth.

Earlier this month, another set photos and video surfaced online, giving the first look at Black Bolt and Lockjaw. In the photos, Black Bolt was seen in his costume without his mask. Isabelle Cornish's Crystal was also spotted on the filming set in Hawaii and later followed by other set photos which revealed the first look at Serinda Swan's Medusa, Iwan Rheon's Maximus and Sonya Balmores' Auran.

"Inhumans" follows "a race of superhumans with diverse and singularly unique powers, [which] were first introduced in Marvel Comics by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1965. Since that time, they have grown in prominence and become some of the most popular and iconic characters in the Marvel Universe." Also starring Ken Leung, Eme Ikwuakor, Mike Moh and Ellen Woglom, "Marvel's The Inhumans" will explore the never-before-told epic adventure of Black Bolt and the royal family.

Directed by Roel Reine, the first two episodes of the live-action new show will come to IMAX theaters on September 1, prior to its TV debut on ABC later in the fall.

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