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Pixar has created some of the most popular, beloved animated features in recent memories, but that doesn't mean some don't find fault with these films, and a new video takes The Incredibles to task.
While Tomorrowland explores scientific curiosity along with that Walt Disney-inspired imagination, some thrilling surprises are surely in store, and now knowing that Samuel L. Jackson was almost in an awesome post-credits scene, Tomorrowland sounds even more enticing.
Some of you may have already known this, but there is one particular element of The Incredibles that actually separates it from every other movie that Pixar has produced: it's the only one without a visible Pizza Planet truck. But is it actually in the film? It turns out that even the director doesn't actually know.
It was in March of last year that Pixar finally announced that they were developing The Incredibles 2 as one of their upcoming projects - but what was left unclear was exactly when we can expect the sequel to be released. Well, if new comments from Incredibles director Brad Bird are any indication, it might be coming very soon.
Brad Bird has slightly nibbled the hand that fed him by criticizing just how popular the superhero genre has become. The Incredibles director believes that the sheer amount of superhero movies out there right now means that the market has become very saturated; so much so that there’s not a lot of room left for a filmmaker to leave their artistic imprint.
News of The Incredibles 2 first broke in March of 2014, as Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger announced that the sequel was in development, but what exactly can we expect to see in the new movie?
Mr Incredible and Catwoman took part in a truly bizarre fight on Hollywood Blvd. that now has Los Angeles Police on the look out for further evidence on their true identities. But don’t worry; the fight was eventually broken up Chewbacca and Where’s Waldo, both of whom leapt to the defence of the stricken Selina Kyle.
"I’ve known Kathy [Kennedy] for a while and I know George. And they did come to me. But the problem was, the schedule they had in mind made it impossible to do…unless I dropped Tomorrowland…We had reached a critical mass where it would’ve thrown the furniture around from the train stopping. I really want to see this movie...
In addition to being a fun, thrilling superhero-led adventure, Pixar's The Incredibles is a beautifully crafted film. Without disguising the fact that its a CGI animated movie, the artwork in the film harkens back to the early days of comics during the pulp era, featuring strong-jawed heroes and beautiful, leggy dames.
When it comes to children there are only two kinds of movies: The kind you show them to shut them up and the kind you share with them in the hopes they’ll remember them for the rest of their lives
Ever wonder how Pixar’s best-of-the-best stack up against one another? Well, now you can get a general idea thanks to a graphic artist named Juan Pablo Bravo. Bravo’s ‘100 Pixar Characters’ puts some of our favorite
Picking a favorite Pixar film is like picking a favorite child, but it's indisputable that Bird's films have been among the best, and his sense of action and teamwork in The Incredibles would likely lend itself