The Incredibles 2 Will Begin "A Minute" After Original Movie Ended

But those aren't the only highly anticipated sequels to be featured and discussed at the animation panel today, with John Lasseter taking the time to further tease the fourth installment in Pixar's beloved Toy Story franchise.

The Incredibles 2 hits theaters on June 15th, 2018. Incredible, will be the star of this film, as she will be off adventuring and her husband will be home with the baby. A sneak sequence showed Bob Parr (Craig T. Nelson) babysitting Jack Jack, blissfully unaware that his toddler has already developed a dazzling array of super abilities.

"The cool thing about doing this film again is that technology has advanced and we can do this like we always wanted", Bird said of the benefits of waiting 14 years for the sequel.

He also showed new animation tests of the family, as well as concept art that revealed that the Incredibles have a new house - and it's a super lair. "It's like driving a brand-new auto". But in the world of the movie's superhero family, no time has passed at all.

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But he looks around and realises, well, maybe Jack-Jack is way more powerful than anyone could ever have imagined. Jackson as Frozone, Jason Lee as the villain Syndrome, plus Sarah Vowell as Invisigirl and Spencer Fox as Dash.

Up and coming filmmaker, Josh Cooley, has officially been set as the solo director for 2019's Toy Story 4.

However, it looks like The Incredibles 2 will finally let us see exactly what goes down between the heroic family and the villainous Underminer.

In other Pixar news, Lasseter announced an as-yet untitled new project to be directed by Monsters University's Dan Scanlon.

Next, Pixar unveiled new footage from the November 22 release Coco, its Day of the Dead-themed film directed by Lee Unkrich (Toy Story 3) and produced by Darla Anderson. The footage was gorgeous and it wrapped up with a big splash, young actor Anthony Gonzalez who plays Miguel, the young boy at the heart of the movie, singing "Remember Me", written for the movie by "Frozen" songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, before being joined by Benjamin Bratt, who plays Miguel's musical idol in the film, and for good measure, about 150 ballet folklorico dancers on stage and in the aisles. Lasseter previewed a short clip of what the fashion world thinks of Edna Mode - stylist to the super heroes, who was first introduced in the original 2004 film.

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