Loads of new details have been revealed about The Incredibles 2
It has already 13 years since the first movie, but the hunger for a sequel to The Incredibles has never wavered.
The two-time Oscar winning film has been a fan-favourite since it came out, but writer/director Brad Bird went off to work on the likes of Ratatouille, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol and Tomorrowland, but he is finally back, and he is bringing the family back together.
D23 is the Disney Expo that takes place every year, and this year it kicked off with the Disney and Pixar Animation slates, and in amongst the talk of Frozen 2, Wreck-It Ralph 2 and a slew of new projects, all eyes were on The Incredibles 2.
— The DIS (@TheDIS) July 14, 2017
The sequel, which was originally due for release in 2019 but has switched release spots with Toy Story 4, is now due out next year, and will pick up right where the first movie finished, with The Underminer attacking the city.
From there, the story this time round will focus more on Elastigirl (Holly Hunter), as she is plunged into the middle of the action, forcing Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) to stay home and look after their baby Jack Jack and his expanding array of superpowers.
Samuel L. Jackson will return as the family's BFF Frozone, Sarah Vowell is back as Violet, but speedster son Dash needed to be recast, as the first voice-actor is significantly older than he was when the first movie came out.
And best of all, Brad Bird will return to voice the iconic, legendary Edna Mode.
As a little fun gift to all her many, many fans, Disney interviewed the likes of Heidi Klum, Rachel Zoe, Kendall Jenner and dozens of fashion designers to talk about Edna's lasting influence.
— Disney•Pixar (@DisneyPixar) July 14, 2017
The Incredibles 2 will arrive in Irish cinemas on 13 July 2018.