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‘Incredibles 2’ Spoiler Review: The Family That Fights Together, Stays Together The Incredibles arrived on the scene in 2004 when superheroes were taking off at the box office, but hadn’t ventured into the behemoth of success that would come with the beginning of the Marvel Cinematic Universe just four years later. Now that 14 years have passed since the original, the superhero game is well-tread and seasoned territory.

The New Incredibles 2 Trailer Proves Parents Still Don’t Understand The latest 'Incredibles 2' trailer has so many life lessons.

Behold! The ‘Incredibles 2’ Trailer By Brad Gullickson Our first cinematic superhero family has returned to show the big boys how it’s done. After 14 years of pleading, director Brad Bird has finally succumbed to our desperate cries for an Incredibles sequel. No more speculation, no more handwringing. They’re back.

Jack-Jack adorably leads the teaser for Incredibles 2 It's been 13 years since Disney/Pixar's THE INCREDIBLES graced the big screen, creating one of the coolest non-comic book related superhero families ever and absolutely one of Pixar's absolute best films to date. Fans of the film have been dying to see a follow up to the film (while enduring a barrage of unnecessary sequels from other franchises) and now it's finally here. Director Brad Bird returns to direct with the original castmembers returning, including Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter and... Read More...

Jack-Jack Shows Off His New Powers in First 'Incredibles 2' Teaser Trailer The first official footage from Pixar’s ‘Incredibles 2’ has arrived, and Jack-Jack’s got some awesome powers. Continue reading…

Incredibles 2 Team Reveal First Details in D23 Panel Video The cast and crew behind the anticipated sequel Incredibles 2 gathered at D23 to open open about the animated adventure for the first time.

New artwork for The Incredibles 2 revealed ahead of Disney’s D23 Expo may offer our first look at the sequel written and directed by Brad Bird. Released in 2004, Bird’s The Incredibles introduced an animated world populated by superheroes, but one in which many of the world’s most beloved superheroes had retired to normal, everyday lives as civilians. The film introduced former Mr. Incredible, Bob Parr (Craig T. Nelson), his wife and former Elastigirl, Helen (Holly Hunter), and their children Violet (Sarah Vowell), Dashiell (Spencer Fox), and Jack-Jack.

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