Incredibles 2's New Teaser Shows Off Jack-Jack's New Powers

22 November, 2017, 01:59 | Author: Christina Harvey
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People are really, really excited about The Incredibles sequel.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the short trailer earned more than 113 million views over the weekend, turning it into not only the most-viewed animated movie trailer but also the seventh most-viewed teaser of any movie in history. The Incredibles has been a long time favorite amongst Pixar fans, and the sequel is expected to create waves at the box-office. Fans of the original film in particular not only looked forward to seeing the first footage from the sequel, but also responded to the promotional snippet pretty positively. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson), is stoked. When the world turns against those with extraordinary powers, however, Helen and Bob must settle into "regular" life. The highly entertaining scene naturally left Incredibles fans begging for more, and 13 years later, Bird and company didn't any time in bringing the superbaby back into the fold in the uproarious teaser trailer for The Incredibles 2.

Released all the way back in 2004, The Incredibles focused on the adventures of one family of superheroes who come out of hiding after "supers" are outlawed by an unappreciative society.

They have three children - Violet (Sarah Vowell), Dashiell (Spencer Fox), and Jack-Jack (Maeve Andrews) - and Helen stays at home while Bob attempts to hold down a job in insurance. Incredible when he gets out of his depth with a supervillain. We live in an age which is saturated with comic book movies, and we're getting more and more superhero team-up films, yet The Incredibles did it all first and did it better than anything we've seen from Marvel and DC Comics since.



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