'The Incredibles 2' Begins Moments After the First Movie Ends

Amos Gonzales
July 16, 2017

Bird was joined by the cast of the film, including Samuel L. Jackson, Craig T. Nelson, and Holly Hunter. This has included new details and footage from Wreck-it-Ralph 2 and Brad Bird's long-awaited Pixar sequel, The Incredible 2.

This time around, the film will focus on Elastigirl as she travels around while her husband remains at home with baby Jack Jack (whose super power is his ability to multiply).

"The cool thing about doing this film again is that technology has advanced and we can do this like we always wanted", Bird said of the benefits of waiting 14 years for the sequel. The first clip (a work in progress), showed Jack Jack as he wanders outdoors after his dad falls asleep. "It's like driving a better auto".

"Toy Story 4" has already been well-reported - it's not coming out until June 2019 - but Lasseter did share one bit of news: he's stepping down as co-director and his former co-director Josh Cooley will helm it alone. The story follows two teenage brothers whose father died when they were too young to remember and they set out into this fantasy world to spend one last magical day with him.

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They spoke to Chase Stephenson , a co-owner of the property who said his seven-year-old daughter had " seen the aftermath ". A young girl who lives on the property where the men fell saw the bodies on the driveway and is now receiving counselling.

It was revealed today at D23 that Incredibles 2 will start up immediately after the first one ended.

Pixar also unveiled a new project from Monsters University director Dan Scanlon. Toy Story 4 opens June 21, 2019. Lasseter previewed a short clip of what the fashion world thinks of Edna Mode - stylist to the super heroes, who was first introduced in the original 2004 film.

Due this fall, Coco is the most imminent of Pixar's current films, but Lasseter also took time to reveal the opposite as well: a new, as yet untitled project in early development with an interesting hook. Performed by Anthony Gonzales, who voices Miguel in the film; and Benjamin Bratt, who lends his voice to Ernesto de la Cruz, the song was written by "Frozen" duo Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

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