At the panel, audiences were shown Bratt’s screen test and two extended clips, including one in which Miguel crosses over from the world of the living to the world of the dead.
While the footage I saw won’t be released for a while (if ever), one thing we were shown which you can see now is a video of fashion industry experts, including Heidi Klum and Kendall Jenner, talking about the icon that is Edna Mode. The untitled sound-barrier breaking film is slated for April 12 2019.
Bird also announced that the team dynamic would change, and Mr. “That’s the one that took a little more time”.
The final Pixar film discussed is their upcoming film Coco. Parents should brace themselves for it to be played on repeat. The film hasn’t been given a title. Vanellope’s game breaks which has her and Ralph venture into the Internet to find replacement parts, but they find a whole new world which is so unusual and incredible to them. We would all be thrilled with a paper doll character.
“I had a bunch of ideas that I wanted to put in ‘The Incredibles, ‘” he previously told us, “but they just didn’t fit”. The whole bit ends, charmingly, with a send-up of another Disney property as poor C-3PO gets heckled by the princesses. The entire voice cast has returned for Incredibles 2, with the exception of Dash, who is now voiced by young newcomer Huck Milner.
Director Brad Bird will return for The Incredibles 2 as writer and director. Jackson as Frozone and Sarah Vowell as Violet.
As for why Pixar waited a almost decade-and-a-half to follow-up the cliffhanger that ended 2004’s The Incredibles? In the work-in-progress clip shows, Jack Jack is watching a program on TV where a robber is stealing from a business, and he notices through their sliding glass door that a raccoon is stealing from their trash can outside. Toy Story 4 opens June 21, 2019.
Next, Pixar unveiled new footage from the November 22 release Coco, its Day of the Dead-themed film directed by Lee Unkrich (Toy Story 3) and produced by Darla Anderson.
Fans may have waited years, but for “The Incredibles”, no time has passed since the first film in 2004.
Pixar also unveiled a new project from Monsters University director Dan Scanlon. Check out the new concept art above.
There are no humans in the world, he explained, instead it is populated by the peoples of fantasy stories: trolls, elves, sprites, centaurs and more.