"The Incredibles 2" Updates: Disney Unveils Official Logo At The D23 Expo; Edna Mode Another Superhero?
Disney has heightened the excitement of the fans when they showed "The Incredibles 2" logo at the D23 expo and posted on their official Twitter page saying, "Two soon. #D23EXPO."
Rumor say that Syndrome, the villain from the first "The Incredibles" movie will evidently come back and will be mentoring the youngest of the brood and fans' favorite Jack-Jack. John Jackson Parr, Jack-Jack will be all grown-up in the movie and rumors suggest that he will grow up as a villain instead. Jack-Jack possesses all kinds of superhero powers.
Another story going around "The Incredibles" fans rife about Edna Mode the fashion designer who creates costumes for the superhero family. The theory says that Mode will play a more important role this time and that she may also be a superhero herself.
Clearly, the much anticipated superhero family movie sequel is taking its form. "Tomorrowland" director Brad Bird will reportedly be directing the "Incredibles 2" after initially taking charge of the first one back in 2004.
In a recent interview, Bird explained that the sequel would be more than just ordinary superhero movies that are popular nowadays. He said that he will be focusing more on the Parr's family dynamics. He added that he got a very unique and intriguing story idea.
A Movie Pilot article says that "The Incredibles 2" might be sticking to the Pixar theory. The Pixar Theory is a fan-made theory connecting all of the Pixar movies. The recent "Inside Out" movie fit perfectly into the theory, as if Pixar was embracing it and never did disprove it. If Pixar continues making their films within the Pixar theory, the plot for "The Incredibles 2" might be something to do with the rise of AI's against the supers. The main antagonists of "The Incredibles 2" will be Artificial Intelligence and other inanimate objects that seek to destroy the supers.
The flick doesn't have a release date yet, but its absence in D23 and John Lasseter's comment about why it wasn't there offer a good sense of when it could hit theaters. Lasseter said Pixar didn't talk about it at the D23 Expo because they will have another D23 before "The Incredibles 2" comes out. He added: "You'll hear about it in two years."