Incredibles 2 released a brand new trailer and poster for the sequel to the 2004 movie The Incredibles! If you are looking for a family friendly superhero movie with age appropriate humor, adventure and excitement, this one is well worth checking out this summer when it releases on June 15, 2018.
Modern Parenting Roles In The Incredibles 2 Trailer
In Incredibles 2, the family is adjusting to new parenting roles. The movie picks up where The Incredibles left off when they got married and had children. Now, Helen (voice of Holly Hunter) is back as the strong female lead that she was before. She always said that you can’t leave saving the world to men, and now she’s taking on an even more important job leading a campaign to bring the Supers back. This new, more challenging career move leaves her family trying to figure out life without mom around.
Mr. Incredible, who is also known as Bob Bob (voice of Craig T. Nelson), takes on fatherhood at home, while learning to help with Math homework with Dash (voice of Huck Milner), raise a tween girl Violet (voice of Sarah Vowell), and to keep up with a superhero baby with Jack-Jack, whose powers are about to be discovered.
The movie will also introduce a new villain who has a brilliant and dangerous plan that can threaten everything for the mission. Even with this new challenge, the Parrs continue working for what they believe in, with the help of Frozone (voice of Samuel L. Jackson) by their side.
When my daughter and I watched this trailer together, we loved it! My favorite part was watching the dad learn how to take over parenting and household duties. Since The Incredibles showed him always out trying to save the world while Helen stayed home, this was a big change for the Parr home. My daughter thought it was funny to watch the dad try to figure out how to help with modern Math homework.
With this brand new trailer, you can see how parenting is one of the most heroic and incredible jobs of all. Check it out below!
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