Published: Fri, April 13, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Laurence Reese

The New 'Incredibles 2' Trailer Reveals The Sequel's Supervillain

The New 'Incredibles 2' Trailer Reveals The Sequel's Supervillain

Check out the new trailer above.

The Incredibles 2 is just two months away from finally hitting theaters, and that means we're entering a period of heavy marketing - starting with a new trailer, naturally. The first film came out in 2004, and fans have eagerly been awaiting a sequel since.

As mentioned, it's tough to judge a movie going by its marketing campaign, but this seems to be a worthy addition to the Incredibles franchise. Michael Keaton was the stay-at-home dad of the 80s, but Pixar will usher in a brand new style of daddy daycare this summer with Bob Parr aka Mr.

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Not an easy gig: Helen feels pressured by her 'new job, ' telling her hubby: 'You know it's insane right?

But the family's suburban routine is rudely interrupted when they're all forced to face off with a chilling new villain called the Screen Slaver.

The poster, which you can see below, features the first movie's superheroes springing into action, plus baby Jack-Jack using his superpowers to make life miserable for a raccoon. By saving people across the city, she'll give Supers a good name again, and hopefully build a future where her kids can decide for themselves how they want to use their powers.

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The sequel, which opens June 15, returns daughter Violet (Sarah Vowell), elder son Dash (now voiced by Huck Milner) and younger son Jack Jack, as well as Frozone (Samuel L. Jackson) and Edna Mode (Brad Bird).

Apart from the aforementioned cast, Sophia Bush, Johnathan Banks, Catherine Keener, John Ratzenberger, Isabella Rossellini play a pivotal role. In 2014 "The Incredibles" opened at number-one with a $70M debut weekend, and the film earned $261M domestically before grossing $633M worldwide.

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