Filming on Marvel's "Inhumans" is expected to begin in March, and, while no cast members have been announced, thanks to a new report courtesy of Reel News Hawaii, it's now been confirmed that the series will shoot some scenes in Hawaii.
Taking to Twitter earlier today, the account posted the following message, confirming rumors that the series would, in fact, be setting up shop in Hawaii. No further details were provided.
The rumors are true!!! Marvel Inhumans production crews are on island and setting up shop to film several episodes through June!! pic.twitter.com/WIi9dhCE8b
— Reel News Hawaii (@reelnewshawaii) January 24, 2017
This news comes after the revelation that filming on the upcoming series will also take place in both Chicago and Los Angeles.
The first two episodes of "Inhumans" will be directed by Roel Reiné, best known for his work on films such as “The Delivery” and “Admiral." Following the two-week IMAX release of the first two episodes, the rest of the eight-episode series will air on ABC, on a weekly basis.
While casting announcements are still a ways off, audiences at least know which characters to expect thanks to the casting call sheets that made their way online earlier this month. The series will see "Iron Fist" executive producer Scott Buck tackle showrunner duties, while the series will bring in a separate VFX company than the one ABC typically uses for "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."