First Trailer For The Incredibles 2 Breaks A Huge Record

First Trailer For The Incredibles 2 Breaks A Huge Record

If there was one movie that Pixar needed to do a sequel to it was The Incredibles.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the short trailer earned more than 113 million views over the weekend, turning it into not only the most-viewed animated movie trailer but also the seventh most-viewed teaser of any movie in history.

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It's not terribly surprising, either, since Disney announced its intention to release the preview ahead of time - a move that created a vast swell of excitement across social media. While it contained very little information about the movie as a whole, it provided reassurance that the very specific tone that made The Incredibles such an enjoyable film would be fully recaptured, 13 years on.

In case you need a refresher, The Incredibles told the story of a superhero couple - Helen/Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) and Bob/Mr. The film stars Craig T. Nelson as Mr.

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Way back in 2004 the world was treated to something special as Pixar introduced up to The Incredibles. Huck Milner is replacing Spencer Fox as the voice of Dash.

Picking up where the original animated film left off, fans will get to see The Incredibles face another villain while Jack-Jack's super powers emerge. The very first trailer of the sequel has been released.

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But Pixar finally released a teaser trailer to the public on Saturday, November 18, which saw Jack-Jack testing out some of his newfound abilities - the same ones he tormented his babysitter with in the first film. Oscar-winning director Brad Bird (who also happens to be the voice of Edna Mode) confirmed at a panel earlier this year that the sequel will have a much stronger female presence.

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