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Incredibles 2 Trailer Brings the Family Together Again

PIXAR's Incredibles 2 releases a new trailer

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A month ago, Disney confirmed the voice-cast for “Incredibles 2,” and just a few weeks before that, we saw the first teaser video. Now we have an official trailer for the film, which bring back Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, and Sarah Powell. The film won’t be ready for theaters until later this summer, but you can check-in with Mr. & Mrs. Incredible (along with their kids Jack, Violet, and Dash) and get ready for the big premiere. The trailer was shown during the Olympic coverage on NBC, and was quickly uploaded to YouTube.

The only major casting change this time around will be Dash, who will be voiced by Huck Milner in this new installment. Brad Bird will be voicing Edna “E” Mode, and Samuel L. Jackson is returning to voice Lucius Best (a.k.a. Frozone). There are some new additions to the cast, Bob Odenkirk will be joining as the voice of Winston Deavor, and Catherine Keener will be voicing the role of Evelyn Deavor. Sophia Bush will be voicing the character Voyd in the new film, and Jonathan Banks will voice the role of Rick Dicker. Disney also confirmed that Isabella Rossallini will be voicing the role of Ambassador. Fans of the franchise can watch the new trailer below, which aired during the Olympics earlier this evening. There will probably be a few more trailers released before the film’s big-premiere, but this is the first official trailer that Disney has released.

The sequel is releasing almost four-years after the original hit theaters. In 2014 “The Incredibles” opened at number-one with a $70M debut weekend, and the film earned $261M domestically before grossing $633M worldwide. The first installment was written and directed by Brad Bird, and he is returning to do the same for the follow-up film.

If you need to set a reminder, “Incredibles 2” will hit theaters on June 15, 2018. Also opening that month is the Warner Bros. Pictures’ heist-thriller “Oceans 8,” and Universal’s actioner “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom”.

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