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Brad Bird Has Been Thinking About An ‘Incredibles’ Sequel

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The-Undemriner-Incredibles-PixarThe one sequel everyone actually wants to see could actually happen! In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Brad Bird said the possibility of making a sequel to the extremely successful The Incredibles exists and that he has been thinking about it quite a bit. Here’s the entire quote:

“I love those characters and love that world. I am stroking my chin and scratching my head. I have many, many elements that I think would work really well in another [Incredibles] film, and if I can get ‘em to click all together, I would probably wanna do that. I like the idea of moving a little more quickly in films. I’m looking for ways to accelerate the pace a little bit and figure out a way to keep creative control over these movies to a level where I’m comfortable with the end result but also speed them up a bit and make more of them. I have many different films I wanna make. It’s like a big airplane hangar and I have different projects on the floor; half-assembled in my brain. I’m interested in all of them. You kind of have to move on the ones people are willing to pay for and the ones you’re most excited about.”

So it looks like he has been thinking about it and has bits of the story figured out. Once it clicks, he’d love to do the movie. If you look at the comments from our article about Pixar’s Mystery Sequel, you’ll see everyone wants this one. This also disproves the theory that Teddy Newton’s mysterious film is the superhero sequel we all want to see.

So, are you excited that there’s a confirmed possibility of this happening? What is Pixar’s mystery sequel then? Is Brad Bird the greatest human being ever? It could be 5 or more years until we can actually see it, but at least we know he hasn’t forgotten about this world!

Thanks to The Pixar Post for pointing the interview out!

 

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About Pablo Ruiz

Pablo Ruiz is a Colombian filmmaker. Movies like Toy Story, The Lion King and Aladdin made him fall in love with the art form and now he hopes to dedicate his life to telling stories, hopefully for Pixar (if they go back to doing original films). Some of his ambitions are making a movie as emotionally impacting as Toy Story 3, meeting JK Rowling, and petting a million dogs. Follow him on Twitter (@PabloRV7).
  • YEEEAAAAHHHHH!!!!

  • Tom

    I have always waited to watch an Incredibles sequel because I’ve always knew they would know how to do it right. I hope they finally start 🙂
    Thanks for the new girls!

  • This is what all of Pixar fandom has been waiting for this. This NEEDS to happen. It must. Or we will implode. End of story.

  • max

    Yes! I want this!

  • TenLongFingers

    He wants to pick up the pace in movies? Noooo that’s exactly what I’ve been hating about kid’s movies lately!! The pacing’s too fast, like getting that book you’ve been waiting for all year and then devouring it in three or four hours!I miss the old movies that gave us time to absorb the story. They’re underestimating children’s attention spans. Just like the studios who think colors and jokes is all you need for a kids movie (whoops, was that a Shark Tale reference?).

    That aside….I’m glad he’s been thinking about it. AND I’m SUPER glad he’s not just pushing it for the money, but waiting for the inspiration to click.