Country: United States
Category: Animation, Action, Adventure
Release Date: July 14, 2018
Director: Brad Bird
Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Sophia Bush, Holly Hunter
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 121 minutes
Box Office: $
Incredibles 2 is a 2018 Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Pictures. Incredibles 2 is scheduled to be released on July 14, 2018.
It's been 14 years since The Incredibles debuted and considering how popular the Pixar comedy is, you're probably wondering why the sequel took so long. For the director and writer, Brad Bird, everything fell into the story. "The thing is, many of the second parts are garbage to get money," he said during a recent press event. "There is a saying in the business that I can not stand, that, 'if you do not do another, you leave money on the table'.
It's as if the money on the table is the important thing, instead of doing something that people will enjoy in a hundred years - that's what excites me. So, if it was something to raise money, it would not have taken us fourteen years - it does not make financial sense to wait so long - it's purely that we had a story we wanted to tell. "Even though the production took much longer to start, all the filming in yes it lasted much less than expected, so much so that its original release date - june of 2019 - was exchanged with that of Toy Story 4.
Although the filmmaker compared the experience with "running in front of a train" while trying to finish on time, he declared that programming problems are common in animation. "I would not say that often, but if it happens sometimes, the Incredibles movie is supposed to go after Cars, it was going to be Nemo, Cars, Incredibles, and our reels came out a little earlier, so we moved it. it happened with Toy Story 4, "he said. "They have gone in different directions in the narrative and it was concluded that we were a little more advanced than them, so we went ahead, so that was a challenge for us, but the study is three times bigger than the original. we suffocated, we could theoretically obtain the film and that is what happened ".
He also admitted that the proliferation of superhero properties has made it more difficult to tell an original story. The Incredibles debuted before Disney bought Marvel, so the cinematic contexts are now different.
"On a certain level, it will be like going out to the football field and there have been too many games on it, and this dry land is with some twigs of grass, and everything is a little clumsy, and life is not growing there anymore. , where you feel, 'Oh, Jesus, it's really been covered,' "Bird said. "It makes it very challenging at a story level, because not only do you have all the superheroes under the sun and promoting movies, etc. But I go back, what makes us unique? And it's this idea of a family, and that the superheroes have They hide their abilities [from the public, due to the Superhero Relocation Program], and those things are really unique to us and there's still a lot to explore. "