Inhumans has added a new cast member!
Marvel’s Inhumans is currently filming in Hawaii, and the majority of the cast appeared to be in place. Surprisingly, a new addition has apparently been revealed.
News outlets like ScreenRant are reporting that actor Chad James Buchanan has been cast in the upcoming Marvel television series in an unspecified role. Buchanan himself also took to Twitter to confirm that he had joined the show, and was headed to Hawaii to begin shooting:
This is an interesting development, as it looked like the show was finished casting actors. Still, there’s no real harm in bringing on Buchanan. Now, the only thing that fans will undoubtedly want to know is the identity of his character.
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With the show being set at least partially on Earth, it’s possible that he could be playing a non-Inhuman role. Of course, this character could either be an ally or an antagonist to the Inhumans. Regardless of the role, this will undoubtedly make things even more interesting for the Royal Family during their “stay” in Hawaii.
Buchanan has had roles in a few other notable television series. His credits include shows like Jane the Virgin, Glee and Star.
He will be joining an already packed cast that includes: Anson Mount, Serinda Swan, Iwan Rheon, Ken Leung, Eme Ikwuakor, Isabelle Cornish, Mike Moh, Sonya Balmores, and Ellen Woglom.
Inhumans will premiere on ABC on September 26, 2017 following a two-week run in IMAX theaters starting on September 1, 2017.