The Incredibles 2 (2019)

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The Incredibles 2 Synopsis
The Incredibles 2 will continue the adventures for the Parr family, first introduced to us in the 2004 Pixar film. Original Incredibles director Brad Bird is working on the story for Incredibles 2, though it's not clear yet whether or not he'll direct.

Fans will remember that the first movie ended with a tease. Just as the Parr family relaxed and celebrated their victory, a new villain named the Underminer burst through the ground and declared war on peace and happiness. The Parr family rushed off to stop him. Whether Incredibles 2 will pick up that story, or some other one, remains to be seen.
The Incredibles 2 Release Date
In Theaters June 21, 2019
The Incredibles 2 Credits
Starring: Samuel L. Jackson (Frozone)
Distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
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