INHUMANS Actor Mike Moh Shares Disappointment Over Triton's Terrible, Low-Budget Costume
Despite the fact Inhumans was supposed to feature effects and costumes equivalent to those in a movie, it looked like a low-budget B-Movie, something one of the TV show's cast members has acknowledged...
Filmed with IMAX cameras, Inhumans was supposed to be a game-changing TV series boasting movie-level visual effects, sets, and costumes. However, what we were actually left with was a show which looked like a low-budget Syfy series, and the response was so bad that IMAX ultimately decided to pull the plug on their plan to start funding small screen adventures shown on their giant screens.
Cancelled after a single season, Inhumans was a high-profile embarrassment for Marvel Television, and the apparent beginning of the end for the Jeph Loeb-led unit (which is now in Kevin Feige's hands).
During a recent exchange with fans on Twitter, star Mike Moh reflected in his time as Triton. Acknowledging that they basically just painted him green, he also explained that there were "constraints" with makeup and prosthetics, so it's hard not to wonder where the money invested went.
Anyone who has read the comics will know that Moh's Triton looked very little like the version on the page, but the hope now is that the characters will be rebooted for the MCU by Marvel Studios.
Yep pretty much 😭😫 https://t.co/di58NSqCuJ— Mike Moh (@mikemoh) May 14, 2020
I had a great time on inhumans and am so grateful to have been on the show. We just had some constraints when it came to my makeup/prosthetics.— Mike Moh (@mikemoh) May 14, 2020