Incredibles 2 Teaser Trailer Finally Arrives
The Incredibles (2004), directed by Brad Bird and featuring the voice talents of Craig T. Nelson, Samuel L. Jackson, Holly Hunter and more, was one of the most acclaimed animated films, ever. Sitting at 97% on Rotten Tomatoes some 13 years after its release, The Incredibles certainly lived up to its name in the hearts and minds of both critics and moviegoers alike. With an estimated 92 million dollar budget, the movie grossed over 261 million in the US alone and 633 million worldwide. It's no wonder that a sequel is being made, even if it is over a decade later. Returning to the writer's and director's chair is Brad Bird, who made it very clear early on that he would only ever do a sequel if the story was as good or better than the original. We've heard that before (looking at you Jason Bourne) but let's hope it actually works out well. This is absolutely one of my all time favorite animated films, so let's not sully the memory m'kay?
Many of the original cast, including Nelson and Sam Jackson will be returning, but two notable voices will be missing (at least): Elizabeth Peña a.k.a Mirage (passed away) and Spencer Fox a.k.a Dash. Fox was very young at the time of the original movie's release, so naturally his voice has deepened in 13 years. Would be a little strange to suddenly have the very young Dash sound like James Earl Jones, but whatever, I'd still watch it.
IMDB lists the film's release as June 15th, 2018
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