Watch the brand new trailer for Disney/Pixar's Incredibles 2, coming to theatres in 3D June 15!
In “Incredibles 2,” Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is called on to lead a campaign to bring Supers back, while Bob (voice of Craig T. Nelson) navigates the day-to-day heroics of “normal” life at home with Violet (voice of Sarah Vowell), Dash (voice of Huck Milner) and baby Jack-Jack—whose super powers are about to be discovered. Their mission is derailed, however, when a new villain emerges with a brilliant and dangerous plot that threatens everything. But the Parrs don’t shy away from a challenge, especially with Frozone (voice of Samuel L. Jackson) by their side. That’s what makes this family so Incredible.
Written and directed by Brad Bird (“Iron Giant,” “The Incredibles,” “Ratatouille”) and produced by John Walker (“The Incredibles,” “Tomorrowland”) and Nicole Grindle (“Sanjay’s Super Team” short, “Toy Story 3” associate producer), Disney•Pixar’s “Incredibles 2” busts into theaters on June 15, 2018.
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What I don't like about the 2nd movie is that it's full of action and fights and they are all small in duration while the 1st movie had fewer fights and action but they were longer in duration which was amazing and all of them are iconic.
Loved I2. So funny. I was blown away. Loved all of the easter eggs. I wish on the Blu-ray release there were mini movies of the stuff they were watching on TV. That store robbery scene on the tube was hilarious.
Stuart Little and Branch as Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible
Margalo and Poppy as Helen Parr/Elastigirl
Lola Bunny and Starfire as Violet Parr
Puss in Boots and Tulio as Dash Parr
Alvin (Simon and Theodore as Extras) as Jack-Jack Parr
Chicken Little (with Barry B Benson as an Extra) as Lucius Best/Frozone
Elastigirl cheated on her husband and Jack Jack is the result and his biological father will be the villain of Incredibles 3 who has more than 50% of Jack Jack's powers. Youre welcome Disney. Now send me a cheque
I hate it when Pixar make a sequel and yet, no third film. A trilogy consists of a beginning, middle and an end. Incredibles 2 should never have happened. Toy Story 4 seems fitting since there actually is more to explore. Hell, people thought Toy Story 3 was a bad idea.
If you enjoyed the first one, you'll enjoy the second one, but it lacks something hard to define. The movie attempts to throw everything but the kitchen sink at you, as well as attempt to cover social topics we don't really need addressed in a Disney/Pixar film, and it just tries to hard. CGI is excellent, but unlike the first movie, does not take advantage of it well. Some good dialogue, but too socially awares to just be fun...Two, took them so long to do II, those who enjoyed the first one probably college age by now and "too cool" to watch such things. I had high hopes for this one... B-
I've seen that a lot of people have been like (not aiming towards everyone) '' Jesus this took AGES,'' they probably started making this WHEN THE FIRST MOVIE WAS MADE these things take TIME! If they released it after the first film it would have been absolute TRASH.
I just saw the movie and I have a question. if the villains hypnotizing goggles rely on somebody watching them in order to work. why don't the heroes just close their eyes right before the villains put the goggles on them? I know once they're hypnotized they have no real choice but there's nothing stopping the heroes from just closing their eyes right before the goggles get put on them, pretend like you're hypnotized until they get a chance to rip them off.
2:02 - An interesting fun fact, but a spoiler alert:
The actress, Catherine Keener, who voiced and played Evelyn Deavor, who’s alter ego is ScreenSlaver used hypnotism in The Incredibles 2. While in another film, Get Out, Catherine Keener plays Missy Armitage, whose character also used hypnotism!
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