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‘Incredibles 2’ Gets First Teaser Trailer From Disney-Pixar

13 years after the release of “The Incredibles,” Disney-Pixar has released a teaser trailer for the audience-demanded follow-up, “Incredibles 2.”

While not revealing much in terms of plot, the sequel appears to take place almost immediately after the events of the first film. Set to Michael Giacchino’s iconic theme, the trailer shows Jack-Jack, the Incredibles/Parrs’ infant son who was revealed to possess a multitude of powers at the end of “The Incredibles” after his family long suspected him powerless, using his laser-vision to chop off a slice of his dad’s hair.

“You have powers!” Bob shouts with joy as Jack-Jack cackles at his father’s funny appearance.

Craig T. Nelson voiced Mr. Incredible/Bob Parr in the original film, with Holly Hunter as his wife Helen Parr/Elastigirl and Samuel L. Jackson as Mr. Incredible’s best friend Lucius Best/Frozone. Sarah Vowell voiced the Incredibles’ daughter Violet, who can create force fields and turn invisible, with Spencer Fox as Dash, who possesses superspeed. Brad Bird also voiced as fan favorite Edna Mode, costume designer of the Supers.

Disney-Pixar announced the sequel in March of 2014, originally planning it for a 2019 release, but later switched the date with that of “Toy Story 4,” which will now debut in 2019.

Incredibles 2” hits theaters June 15, 2018.

Check out the teaser below.

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