It was a long wait for Incredibles 2, but the highly-anticipated sequel finally arrived last week, and clearly the passage of time didn't decrease the enthusiasm for this property. In addition to being met with critical acclaim, Incredibles 2 made over $182 million domestically opening weekend, and at the time of this writing, it's made over $345 million worldwide. Just like its predecessor, we can add this to the list of Pixar's wins. That said, after seeing the movie, some of you may have asked if Incredibles 3 is on the way.

All we know at the moment is what director Brad Bird told EW: that he wouldn't ever rule out making Incredibles 3, though it's entirely possible that more than a decade could pass until the next one as well. Post-Toy Story 4, Pixar has five release dates carved out between 2020 and 2022, with one of them reserved for a suburban fantasy. There's no guarantee that Incredibles 3 could end up taking any of those other four dates, though given how well Incredibles 2 has performed at the box office, you can be sure the folks over at Pixar are giving serious consideration to a threequel. Assuming such a project gets the green light, here are some of the things we'd like to see in Incredibles 3.

Warning: SPOILERS for Incredibles 2 are ahead! Proceed at your own discretion.

A Time Jump

14 years may have passed in the real world between The Incredibles and Incredibles 2, but in that world, both movies took place back-to-back with one another, as Incredibles 2 showed how the Parr family's fight with The Underminer went down. That lack of distance ended up working nicely in the sequel, but there should be a little separation between that movie and Incredibles 3. That's not to say there should be a massive time jump, where we get something like Violet and Dash as adults who have superpowered kids of their own. Instead, Incredibles 3 should only hop forward a couple years, to when Violet is a high school senior, Dash is about to start his high school journey, toddler Jack-Jack is still energetic (but not quite as dangerous as he was as an infant) and the world is used to superheroes being legal again. Enough time will have passed that things still familiar, but also have extra room to add even more new elements

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