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‘Incredibles 2’ Teaser Trailer Takes Us Back to 2004

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Incredible news, Pixar fans! Disney has officially given us our first look at next year’s sure-to-be-epic animated tent pole, Incredibles 2.

In the painfully brief trailer, baby Jack-Jack is discovering his numerous powers, including walking through walls, shooting lasers from his eyes, turning into a fireball and generating electricity, to name a few. And no one is more excited than his dad, Bob. Check out the trailer below:

We wish it would have been a more substantial trailer, but hey, it’s good to see some characters again after thirteen long years. The sequel to the 2004 Disney-Pixar classic The Incredibles brings back all the characters we know and love, including Bob Parr (Mr. Incredible), Helen (Mrs. Incredible/Elastigirl), Violet and Dash, and of course, Jack-Jack. Brad Bird is back in the director’s chair for this sequel.

We also know that this sequel will be much more Elastigirl-centric, as Helen comes to terms with balancing her life as a superhero and her family. Of course, we can expect shenanigans from the kids, wisecracks from Frozone (‘Where is my super suit?” is still hilarious), much more sass from Edna Mode and a tough new villain.

Incredibles 2 will hit theatres on June 15, 2018. Are you excited?

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  • Ernesto Chacon

    As a fan of Disney/Pixar’s The Incredibles you have no idea how much I more so everyone have waited for a sequel to come out the last 13 years and the teaser never failed to disappoint. 🙂

  • I hadn’t heard about the change in focus to Elastigirl, and now I’m even more excited.

    • Manuel Orozco

      When I first real the D23 Expo report, I was really surprised when Elastagirl was first announced to be in focus. I was thinking it could be like Finding Dory all over again in a good way.

    • It makes sense too since her husband was the focus
      in the first movie.

    • Amber Dvorak

      Me neither, but count me in!


  • Dante Panora

    Honestly, this trailer doesn’t get me hyped for the movie any more than if i just saw a poster online with only the words “The Incredibles 2” on it. At least the teaser for the first film established it was about superheroes who were growing out of a world that was also growing out of them. We already know Jack-Jack has powers by the end of the first movie, so this teaser provides literally 0 information other than this movie exists.

    But I also get the feeling it could have been about literally anything, like maybe just a character eating pb&j and the internet would go wild. Most of these disney/pixar early teasers are total fluff. That’s not a premature judgement on the upcoming movies though.

    • Manuel Orozco

      Trust me Pixar doesn’t always get me by the teaser. But manage to entertain in the end.

      • Harith Sami

        Cars 3 is an exception. Great suspenseful teaser, mediocre kids film.

        • Manuel Orozco

          That’s your opinion

          • Harith Sami

            Still great teaser though.

        • Fluffydips

          Cars 3 was great. I’m sure Incredibles 2 will be better but I really thought Cars 3 was a strong film.

          • Manuel Orozco

            I hope so too because I preferred Incredibles over Cars. Even though the original Cars felt symbolic for me because it was the first Pixar movie released during my teen years. And Lightning’s emotional journey taught me that it’s not always about winning. Didn’t think of that until recently actually

        • Renard N. Bansale

          Cars 3 remains one of the stronger animated films of 2017. Give me that film over either Lego movie or Captain Underpants any day of the week.

    • I got that feeling too. I expected more from the teaser,
      but it’s just an early teaser. Plus Pixar hasn’t been the
      best when it comes to trailers.

  • My 2004 8th Grade self is fanboying so hard.

    • Manuel Orozco

      I was in 5th grade

      • And I was only in pre-school. 14 years is a long time.

        • Manuel Orozco

          How old exactly?

          • I’m as old as the last two digits of the year. So, I was
            4 in 2004 and 17 now. My B-day is on December 23rd.

          • Manuel Orozco

            Congrats happy early 18. I was 11 in 2004 and I’ll be 25 February 9th

  • Jeremiah

    Well, they know they don’t have to do much to get the internet going crazy over this one. They’re holding back the big guns. They’ve got time.
    All the same…. Eeee! Actual new animation of the Incredibles. Woohoo!

  • Manuel Orozco

    Still cautiously excited but please Pixar don’t mess this up

  • Marielle

    I’ll be honest I don’t like the first Incredibles. It’s kind of sexist and criminally unoriginal. The husband wants to do something fun, the wife is nagging, the husband sneaks out to do something fun, the wife chases after him to discover what he’s up to, yawn. Then random superhero fight and happy ending. I hope they do better with the sequel.

    • Manuel Orozco

      Are you nuts? Incredibles is one of my favorite Pixar movies. And believe me the mid-life crisis concept and the husband longing for the glory days while in hiding wasn’t easy for me to get.

      • Marielle

        I don’t think I’m nuts, it’s a very conventional movie, and I personally find it both offensive. The characters are as unoriginal as can be.

        • Manuel Orozco

          That sounds fair enough to me. I mean it cannot be the first movie ever to portray these kind of real life scenarios.

    • I respect your view. I really liked the Incredibles IMO.
      It’s not in my top 3 of Pixar movies, but I still enjoy it.

  • I’ve been so waiting for this. This trailer doesn’t reveal
    much, but it looks like Brad Bird has done it again.
    His live-action work hasn’t been the best (just look at
    Tomorrowland), but his work in animation has always
    been stellar. I think this will end up being very good.

  • Amber Dvorak

    I didn’t expect the trailer to offer much (I think this is basically what was shown at D23 this past summer?), so I’m not disappointed; just seeing a couple of the characters, and the logo, and the theme music, was more than enough to get me even more pumped for a sequel to one of my favorite movies ever. My eighth grade self is dying of happiness.

    • Sebastian

      This was most likely shown at D23, including a fight between Jack Jack and a raccoon.

  • OMG BABY JACK JACK!!!! :333333333
    But man they are really keeping this hush hush I NEED MORE MATERIAL!! But still super hyped for this movie and the direction it’ll take!! :DDD