Are you a fan of the Incredibles? Disney and Pixar have released new details to the upcoming and highly anticipated sequel Incredibles 2.
Toy Story 4 Out, Incredibles 2 In
When The Incredibles director and writer Brad Bird stated that a sequel to the fan-favorite award-winning 3D animation movie was coming, fans everywhere rejoiced. Also, when it was announced that the sequel switched places with the upcoming Toy Story 4, the expectations were raised to a higher level of excellence.
New Faces And Voices
Fans were excited to learn that original voice actors Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell, and Samuel L. Jackson would be reprising their respective roles as Mr. Incredible (Bob Parr), Elastigirl (Helen Parr), Violet Parr, and Frozone (Lucius Best).
However, Disney and Pixar Animation revealed that there would be new faces that would be joining the cast. The first noticeable addition to the cast is voice actor Huck Milner, who will voice Dash Parr. Milner replaces original voice actor Spencer Fox, who previously voiced Dash in the original film.
Bob Odenkirk is expected to voice telecommunications tycoon Winston Deavor, who is a massive fan of the superheroes. Deavor wants to bring the superheroes back into the public eye after being in the shadows for decades.
Actress Catherine Keener will voice Deavor's sister, Evelyn, who is a genius intellect and is a very determined woman who has not been bamboozled by a problem.
Rounding out the new faces is both veteran actor Jonathan Banks, Sophia Bush, and Isabella Rossellini. Odenkirk's Better Call Saul co-star will portray Rick Decker. Decker is a longtime government agent for the fictitious organization known as the Super Relocation Program.
Bush will voice Voyd, a young superhero who idolizes Elastigirl. Rossellini is expected to voice the Ambassador, a mysterious public official who also wants the superheroes to come out of hiding.
The Disney and Pixar Preview
Brad Bird's The Incredibles 2 is not the only sequel that Disney and Pixar fans are ecstatic to see on the big screen.
Toy Story 4 has a new screenwriter in the form of Thor: Ragnarok writer Stephany Folsom and is expected to be released in 2019. Meanwhile, Frozen 2 is gearing up for a Nov. 27, 2019 release that will reunite a majority of the original cast.
Fans can catch Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Frozone, Violet, Dash, and of course, the sassy Edna 'E' Mode, in theatres on June 15.