Pixar has released a new trailer for their upcoming animated superhero movie, The Incredibles 2, which shows how the family is adapting to their new life as superheroes and a look at the new villain.
The film is a sequel to the 2004 Pixar film The Incredibles, which described a world that banned its superhero population, forcing them to go underground. Two heroes, Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl are established and have three children: Violet, Dash and the baby Jack-Jack. But Bob Parr, Mr. Incredible's secret identity, is bored with the minutiae of life in the suburbs, and of the moonlight like a hero, listening to the police scanner at night. When he is drawn back to the world of heroism with the appearance of a new supervillain called Syndrome, the whole family puts on their new sets to save the world.
This new movie starts right after the first, and we see the Parr family trying to cope with their quiet domestic life with superhuman abilities. Dash complains about the vegetables at dinner, while Violet has an outburst of their secret lives. We also learn that the government is welcoming the superheroes back into the limelight, and to help with that, they are allowing Elastigirl to return. While she is going to fight crime, Bob / Mr. Incredible is left to manage the family at home, helping with math tasks and trying to contain Jack-Jack, who has begun to exhibit a range of dangerous powers. The trailer also shows massive action sequences similar to those that defined the first, as well as a new villain, who seems to be able to hypnotize anyone who watches television.
The Incredibles 2 hits theaters on June 15.