Marvel’s latest show on ABC, The Inhumans, is just a few months away from debuting, and as production prepares to begin, we’re hearing a few details relating to the process. Reel News Hawaii reports on Twitter that the working title for the show is “Project Next.” This comes just a few weeks after it was revealed that the show would be filming in Hawaii, which has now been confirmed by Pacific Business News.

In a brief report, the outlet reveals that the production team has rented a large, unused Naval facility to house props, as well as building sets and taking care of other aspects of the production process. As for where production will take place, the same report spoke with Commissioner Donne Dawson of the Hawaii State Film Office who stated that the Kapolei-Kalaeloa-West Oahu area, west of Honolulu, would be hosting the production.

“The real exciting part about this is that it is a huge shot in the arm for the community and surrounding community. It’s an absolutely thrilling opportunity for the Kapolei-Kalaeloa-West Oahu area to be a host of a production of the size and magnitude of this one.”

Reel News Hawaii also just tweeted images of the Naval facility turned soundstage that’ll be used for filming.

Marvel’s The Inhumans is set to debut in IMAX theaters on September 4th, followed by a season of episodes airing on ABC starting on September 26th.

Via: Screenrant