The Incredibles 2: Pixar unveils two new posters as the Parrs and Edna Mode get back to work
The Incredibles 2 poster features the costumes of the superhero Parr family in a laundry basket.
Pixar has unveiled two new posters for the highly anticipated sequel to The Incredibles, one of the most beloved animation films.
The first poster features the costumes of the superhero Parr family in a laundry basket. It was shared on The Incredibles 2 Twitter account with the caption, "Don’t mix your delicates with your indestructibles." The second, shared by Pixar's 3D modelor, shows the family's costume designer Edna Mode with the caption, "It’s been too long, Dahlings."
Other than the actors who will reprise their roles as the Parr family — Mr. Incredible (Craig T Nelson) and Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) and their children, Violet (Sarah Vowell), Dashiell (Huck Milner) baby Jack Jack, Disney announced that Jonathan Banks, Sophia Bush and Isabella Rossellini will be joining the voice cast.
Banks will be voicing the character of Rick Dicker. He is a government leader who helps the Parr family keep their superhero identities secret as head of the Super Relocation Programme. Bush will voice Voyd, a young Elastigirl fan who aspires to be a superhero and has the power of creating voids, allowing objects to appear and disappear. And Rossellini voices Ambassador, who advocates for superheroes to be legalised.
Samuel L Jackson will be returning as Frozone, while writer-director Brad Bird will also have a role in the film, reprising his role as Edna 'E' Mode, who creates supersuits for the heroes.
The Incredibles 2 is slated to release in India on 15 June.
With inputs from IANS
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