When Inhumans is released in 2018 during Marvel’s Phase 3, audiences will be exposed to a new side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Currently, powers in this universe can be attributed to science or cosmic phenomena, but thanks to the Inhumans, Marvel has a way to introduce genetic abilities. Most of these individuals can be found in the hidden city of Attilan, where their society has flourished for thousands of years in seclusion from the rest of the world. Inhumans may take place on Earth, but because of their history and technological advancements, we’ll likely be watching a story just as alien to the goings-on of the MCU as Guardians of the Galaxy.

While the term "Inhumans" refers to all the descendants of people who were experimented on by the Kree thousands of years ago in the Marvel universe, the movie’s main characters will likely be the Inhuman royal family. The following is a list of each character that needs to be included, as well as who is best suited to play them. If Marvel does everything right, Inhumans could be their best ensemble film yet.

Black Bolt
Black Bolt
Who Is He?: Black Bolt is the ruler of the Inhumans. While his physical abilities already surpass most of his people, his main power is producing a particle from the speech center of his brain that can interact with electrons. This gives him his hypersonic voice, which is capable of unleashing massive destruction. A whisper can rock a building while a shout is capable of destroying a planet. As a result, he has undergone training to make sure he never speaks, whether conscious or asleep. Thanks to the metallic antennae he wears, Black Bolt is able to channel his powers in less destructive ways, like boosting his strength or manipulating energy.

Who Should Play Him: Marvel needs to get Vin Diesel on the phone and secure him for this role. Not only does he resemble Black Bolt, but it ironically parallels his role as Groot. In Guardians of the Galaxy, you hear Diesel’s voice but never see him, whereas in Inhumans, you’ll see him but he’ll never speak (aside from perhaps saying one destructive word). It’s too good of an opportunity for Marvel to pass up on!

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