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Elastigirl is back, and this time she’s in the spotlight

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Posted by Nia • February 15, 2018

Disney/Pixar released a sneak peak of the Incredibles 2 during the Winter Olympics and it’s jammed packed with all of our favorite characters from the first film: Edna, Frozone, the ridiculous villain named The Underminer, and of course the Parr family back in full superhero force; but the real star of this teaser trailer is Helen Parr aka Elastigirl.

Although this was just a little peek of what the film’s to offer come the summertime, it’s refreshing to see Elastigirl taking the helm and being the hero. And honestly – it’s quite fun seeing Bob, otherwise known as Mr. Incredible, struggling with being a parent while his other half is off saving the world and just well, being amazing. It’s something I’ve looked forward to since last summer at D23, when Brad Bird mentioned how this sequel would be focusing heavily on Elastigirl.

Already the roles have reversed compared to the first film. In The Incredibles Bob was off doing top-secret superhero missions and leaving Helen behind to take care of the children, among other things, and she had no idea where he was going or the danger he was putting himself into. Now, in The Incredibles 2, at the request of a mysterious tycoon, who’s all about bringing the superheroes back into the spotlight so they can continue saving the world, Helen gets to show off her unique powers and finally enjoy a glimpse of fame.

We never really saw what she was fully capable of in the first film. Sure we got little snippets of her power and strength while she was off rescuing her husband and transforming into a parachute and then a boat to save her children, but there was clearly so much more behind her character that I hope this second film addresses. I want to see Helen kick major ass and take names and go through her own character arc, like Bob did in the first film.

I’ve got to succeed, so she can succeed,” Bob professes to Frozone, while running around his living room looking after Jack-Jack.

I also loved how supportive Bob was in this trailer and how, despite making a mess out of most things, he’s trying to hold down the fort so his wife can go out there and live her dreams. You could also see the longing in Bob’s face as he watched Helen leave, and the fact that he probably wants to be at her side then more than anything.

We’re truly excited for the Incredibles 2 and it’s mind-blowing that we finally get to say, “The Incredibles 2 is coming out THIS YEAR!

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Sneak peek: Incredibles 2

Incredibles 2, Trailer

Posted by Simoa • February 14, 2018

June 15th is still exactly 4 months and 1 day away, but the wait for Pixar’s most eagerly anticipated sequel just got a little easier. Behold the sneak peek that originally aired (for select viewers) during tonight’s Olympics:

The clip is almost two minutes long and packed with tons of awesome footage. Helen Parr aka Elastigirl dons her super suit and jets away to fight crime and be a superhero while Bob aka Mr. Incredible has to play the role of stay at home dad. Helen is getting the glory and looking fabulous while doing so. Bob on the other hand, is fumbling. And the one to deliver wisdom pertaining to his struggles comes from an unlikely source: Edna Mode. “Done properly, parenting can be a heroic act. Done properly.”

Only one new character got some brief screen time in this trailer, Winston Deaver, the tycoon who wants to bring supers back.

Pixar usually takes their time with sequels. This newest trailer is reason enough why it’s taken the Parrs so long to return to the screen. And we can’t wait to watch it again and again!

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Showtime: Incredibles 2 teaser is here!

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Posted by Simoa • November 18, 2017

We first learned that a teaser to The Incredibles sequel would play in front of Coco on November 22nd, but now the wait really is over! The teaser trailer for Pixar’s most eagerly anticipated sequel is here! And it’s not The Incredibles 2 – just Incredibles 2.

Of course, seeing this teaser on the big screen too will definitely be worth it!

Jack Jack has the spotlight in this trailer. In the first film and in the short “Jack Jack Attack,” he’s both adorable and dangerous. The same is true here as he wobbles around shooting lasers from his eyes and even singeing his father’s hair! As we learned from D23 coverage earlier this year, Bob Parr discovers that his youngest son has powers after all and he’s overjoyed. It’s possible his appearance at the end of this teaser will be in the final film, though that’s usually not the case with teaser footage.

I bet the excitement for this film has tripled following this teaser. Incredibles 2 will hit theaters on June 15th, 2018.

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Incredibles 2 trailer coming soon – the wait is almost over!

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Posted by Joanna • November 11, 2017

With the spotlight understandably on Coco at the moment, it’s easy to forget (and hard to believe!) that the next Pixar film release is going to be Incredibles 2, due in theatres next June. With 2018 very much on the horizon it already seemed likely that we’d be getting our first glimpse of the movie soon, and this assumption has just been backed up by some firm evidence – a rating of an Incredibles 2 trailer by the Ontario Film Authority.

At D23 this year, the audience was treated to some footage of the much-anticipated sequel. All we really know so far is that Incredibles 2 is going to focus more on Elastigirl, or Helen Parr, Jack-Jack’s newly found superpowers are going to be explored, and there’s going to be a raccoon! You can read our post from when the D23 footage was first shown for more details.

It’s been a long wait for Pixar fans, but some new Incredibles content is finally coming our way. Keep an eye on our Twitter page for updates! 

 

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Miguel shines in Coco’s final trailer

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Posted by Joanna • November 6, 2017

Coming to US theatres in just over two weeks, the final trailer for Pixar’s Coco was released today, and it highlighted how strong a protagonist Miguel is going to be. You can watch the trailer here:

It is perhaps the most exciting Coco trailer yet, and we’re treated to new footage, mainly centred around our hero Miguel. Pixar have an impressive history of incredibly lovable and relatable protagonists, and it looks like Miguel is going to be no different. The trailer showcases the voice acting skills of 12 year old Anthony Gonzalez who has really brought Miguel’s character to life. The scenes where he is interacting with his family members, particularly with Mama Coco, are especially touching.

Coco is going to be a film full of heart, highlighting the importance of family, no doubt with Pixar’s usual clever spin on things. The trailer ends with a very fitting quote from Miguel:

“We may have our differences, but nothing is more important than family.”

On November 22nd, the wait for Pixar fans in the US will finally be over! Those in the UK will have to wait a little longer (January 19th), but if the trailers are anything to go by, the wait is definitely going to be worth it.

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New Coco Clip Released: Rescue and Reunion in the Land of the Dead

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Posted by Nia • October 20, 2017

Alas! A brand new clip has been released from Coco, Pixar’s upcoming film.

It’s a brilliant clip, but it’s also full of a few spoilers. You can watch the clip at the link below, in one of Pixar’s recent Tweets.

In the clip you will see a charming little musical number done by Miguel, some more gorgeous designs of the Land of the Dead, and Miguel FINALLY interacting with Ernesto de la Cruz.

Pixar, you’re killing us with these clips! Luckily November 22nd is almost a month away!

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The latest Coco trailer is a symphony of emotions

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Posted by Joanna • September 13, 2017

As promised, Pixar released their latest trailer for Coco this morning at 9am, and it did not disappoint.

Out of all the trailers so far, this one is the most vibrant, touching, and awe-inspiring. It reveals new plot details but, as ever, only just enough to captivate us while not spoiling the movie. There is a larger focus on music as a plot-point in this trailer, so it’s very fitting that the the music chosen to play during the video is so moving. A cover of “Bittersweet Symphony” plays in the background, its title alone perfectly describing many past Pixar movies. Seeing the stunning visuals and heartwarming character interactions against this choice of music leaves us with no doubt that Coco is soon going to sit very comfortably amongst Pixar’s greats.

Miguel’s dog Dante continues to be incredibly lovable, and it’s great to see how well the characters of Miguel and Hector bounce off of each other.

This is also our first time seeing Pepita in action, and she looks terrifying in all the right ways.

With each new trailer, our excitement for the release of Coco this November 22nd has only grown. We’re really getting the feeling that this movie is going to be special, and we can’t wait.

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Brand new international Coco poster + trailer!

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Posted by Simoa • August 7, 2017

Lee Unkrich has shared the newest international poster for Coco on twitter.

More characters are featured; Miguel’s family, both living and dead and his spirit guide, Hector. Our hero is front and center, beaming as he holds Ernesto de la Cruz’s guitar. The poster signals a triumphant moment, as the Rivera family looks at their youngest with pride, although music has been forbidden in the family for generations. This lovely poster comes to us just days after the latest Spanish language trailer was released, which you can watch below.


The central conflict, the Rivera family’s aversion to music, is briefly explored in this trailer, for the first time. We’re also treated to a brief glimpse of Miguel’s abuelita, who wields a powerful shoe (chancla, in this case). Hector, Miguel’s spirit guide in the land of the dead, is also given some lines and has a funny interaction with Miguel, who tries his best to imitate a skeleton walk.

Last weekend, I was lucky enough to visit Pixar and watch the first 35 minutes of the film. Some of that footage was included in this trailer, which is the best one so far.

Check back here for more Coco updates and some special posts all about the Pixar screening and more!

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Get connected to the newest Coco trailer!

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Posted by Simoa • June 7, 2017

“No living person has ever visited their world. Until now.”

This is the story of young Miguel, who journeys to the land of the dead in Lee Unkrich’s Coco. The newest trailer for the film debuted today, and in Pixar’s usual custom, packs a lot of story and detail in less than two minutes. Although new information hasn’t been revealed and some earlier footage is recycled, we are treated to a glimpse of Miguel’s family and a possible connection to his singing idol, Ernesto De La Cruz.

The gags in the trailer are fairly typical, but Pixar usually saves the juiciest and funniest moments for later ones. So we can expect tons of new character appearances (like Miguel’s guide in the spirit world, Hector) closer to the release date. As always, the world of Coco looks to be one of Pixar’s most ambitious and immersive yet! The sets created for the land of the dead are simply breathtaking.

We’ll be eagerly awaiting more photos, posters, and trailers as Coco‘s November 22nd release date draws near.

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New Cars 3 trailer: “Rivalry”

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Posted by Joanna • May 10, 2017

In the new trailer for Cars 3 that was released today, a larger focus is put on Lightning McQueen’s new ‘rival’ – Jackson Storm.

High-tech, competitive, and – most importantly – fast, Jackson Storm represents the ‘new generation’ of cars that is threatening Lightning’s career, overtaking him on the racetrack, and overshadowing him in the public eye. Once “faster than fast, quicker than quick”, Lightning isn’t used to being left behind, but he’s not ready to give up just yet.

“I decide when I’m done.”

This trailer is just as gritty and tense as the last, but exhibits more of the great humour that Pixar always pulls off so well. It also showcases some of the beautiful scenery we’re familiar with from the original Cars, in addition to new stunning backdrops. Revisiting these characters and settings again, it’s amazing to see how far the technology has come. Lightning, on the other hand, is much less excited by this prospect of ‘new technology’…

Cars 3 will be released in US theatres June 16th!

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