When The Incredibles 2 premieres June 15th, it will mark 14 years since its predecessor made history as Pixar’s first multiple Oscar winner, picking up two trophies at the 77th Academy Awards – one for Best Animated Feature and one for Best Sound Editing. It also received nominations for Best Original Screenplay (for writer/director Brad Bird) and Best Sound Mixing. That’s no small feat – big animated films rarely get nominated, much less win outside the Best Animated Feature category.

The film, starring the voices of Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter and Samuel L. Jackson, did exceptionally well at the box office, grossing $633 million worldwide during its original theatrical run.


Brad Bird, creator of The Incredibles and The Incredibles 2


Brad Bird wrote the story for The Incredibles as part of a compilation of 1960s comic books and spy novels he collected in his childhood. In the upcoming sequel, Bird will even reprise the voice of Edna Mode, whose “No Capes!” mantra was a standout in the first film.


Still… no capes!


The big names in the original – Nelson, Hunter, Jackson and Sarah Vowell as daughter Violet – are back, joined by some new ones – Catherine Keener (Get Out) and Isabella Rossellini. The plot will focus on the Parr family trying to maintain normal lives while Helen, as Elastigirl, continues to fight crime and campaign for the return of “supers” as husband Bob is a stay at home dad – at least until a new villain arrives.


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