Disney and Pixar Animation Studios released a first look image of the Parr family, a.k.a. the Incredibles, and the whole Twitter-verse is salivating to see more. On Monday, the official Disney Twitter account tweeted a sneak peak of Incredibles 2, set to arrive in theaters June 2018 - 14 years since the first film released.
Here's your first look at #Incredibles2, in theatres June 15, 2018. https://t.co/wHRO1VlD3i— Disney (@Disney)1513017301.0
The first time around, the Incredibles vanquished their adversaries and won our hearts.
Written and directed by Brad Bird, and produced by Pixar, The Incredibles (2004) grossed $633 million worldwide during its original theatrical run, and received the Annie Award for Best Animated Feature, the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation, and two Academy Awards.
But the best part of the sequel?
The whole family is along for the adventure this time!
@Disney https://t.co/7YMoQgPNy8— sandra (@sandra)1513056644.0
This time everyone has a supersuit, including the baby of the family, Jack-Jack. His larger role in the film was already hinted at in a previous teaser.
The #Incredibles2 trailer is here. See the film in theatres in 3D June 15, 2018. https://t.co/episnabztB— Disney•Pixar (@Disney•Pixar)1511020170.0
Wait, it's been 13 years and Jack-Jack is still a baby?
@Disney Wait you mean tell me it's been 13 years coming up on 14 and this man jack jack is still a baby? Oh aight— ALLDAY0511 (@ALLDAY0511)1513033184.0
@Disney IT'S BEEN 13 YEARS. WHY IS JACK JACK STILL A BABY. I NEED ANSWERS— Hal Harris (@Hal Harris)1513039198.0
Oh well, at least he's a cute baby. With laser heat-vision eyes.
People seem pretty jazzed about the sequel.
@Disney #Incredibles2 https://t.co/Xh5y0Y0ryd— 🧚🏻♀ (@🧚🏻♀)1513017699.0
Adults who saw the first film as kids, and now have kids of their own, are beyond thrilled and excited to finally see what happens next.
@Disney so excited for this! https://t.co/uF86gCVp9V— Tom (@Tom)1513017687.0
@Disney https://t.co/P0srcQpzGU— asya (@asya)1513065113.0
@Disney YESSSSS https://t.co/uTBq3I9JbY— Louise Nicholl (@Louise Nicholl)1513018719.0
@Disney @RIVRS8 https://t.co/4nJGAULCLQ— Lizzie (@Lizzie)1513018661.0
Did you notice the children's names reveal their powers?
Violet has the power of invisibility. Ultraviolet rays are also invisible to the human eye. Dash runs as super-speed. And Jack-Jack's powers seem to make him a Jack of all Trades.
@Disney https://t.co/fe7F0P5OxD— Edward Sanchez (@Edward Sanchez)1513017433.0
This family is ready.
@Disney #Christmascard2017 https://t.co/oPaHx5HIwU— rockstar (@rockstar)1513060846.0
And so is this person.
@Disney https://t.co/zQUEMJSDGT— rey (@rey)1513021418.0
Unfortunately, each tease of the upcoming sequel is too much for some people to bear.
@Disney @Robert4533 All of us after every teaser 💀 https://t.co/RS0MlOGyWT— Brian A. Hernandez (@Brian A. Hernandez)1513022316.0
And for others the wait has been too long.
@Disney https://t.co/HiYmdtip3v— Nintendude (@Nintendude)1513017475.0
But it could be worse.
@RufusHewitt99 @Disney You think THAT'S long. Disney made a sequel to Bambi 64 YEARS after the first Bambi was released!— Baby Lamb (@Baby Lamb)1513022202.0
He has a point.
But the real, chilling question that everyone wants to know...
@Disney @justinchans Will Frozone find his supersuit? https://t.co/jU9J7vuh7X— Lazy Biscuits (@Lazy Biscuits)1513069063.0
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