Some movies are better off as TV shows. That's the case of one of Marvel's latest ventures. "The Inhumans" is officially set to premiere in Fall 2017, and the upcoming Superhero adventure announced its villain today. Iwan Rheon, known for his role as sinister Ramsay Bolton in "Game of Thrones," was officially cast as the villain Maximus. The villainous Inhuman is a charming yet cunning antagonist with an undying devotion to his brother, The King, and his civilization of Attilan.

Iwan Rheon's track record

The Welsh actor is known for his portrayal as Ramsay Bolton—the most notable "Game of Thrones" villain to date.

Bolton is cunning and calculated but takes pleasure in torturing others. This experience will help largely with Rheon's role as Maximus, but what about his other endeavors?

Iwan's career also includes his portrayal of "Misfits" character Simon Bellamy—a social outcast who received community service for attempted arson. Bellamy gained the powers of invisibility, a representation of his shy and ignored personality. Blending that character together with the cold Ramsay Bolton will help the Welsh star in his role as Maximus.

Reaction to casting

Like many casting choices, it's always a toss-up between right or wrong decision. People are reacting generally positively on Twitter:

Luckily, Iwan's experience in antagonistic and superpowered roles, so it makes the likelihood of his success better.

Maximus, in the comics, is nicknamed "Maximus the Mad," due to his dangerous nature. He is a common antagonist for Black Bolt, a notorious Marvel protagonist. According to Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb Iwan's "ability to be charming, roguish, and still completely unexpectedly dangerous were all the different sides we needed to bring the character to life."

While Marvel's executives are comfortable with their decision, viewers will ultimately judge. Do you think Ramsay Bolton's cold nature will transition well into the portrayal of Maximus the Mad?

Catch Maximus along with Black Bolt and his Inhuman Royal Family on ABC starting September 7th.