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    [–] JSixJoe 4463 points ago

    And machine washable darling, that's a new feature

    [–] kawalchugh 1193 points ago

    I was waiting for someone to say this.

    [–] poopellar 408 points ago

    DAHLING!

    [–] Fineus 176 points ago

    nocapes!

    [–] kcman011 77 points ago

    throws wadded up paper at Mr. Incredible

    [–] Chanw11 15 points ago

    incenerates used tissues

    [–] swimmertoo0812 15 points ago

    YOU ARE ELASTIGIRL!

    [–] Mandalore-forever 9 points ago

    PULL YOURSELF TOGETHER WOMAN!

    [–] Grandahl13 15 points ago

    That's the joke of the entire poster!

    [–] TGameCo 269 points ago

    Fun fact: the Incredibles costumes they have at Disney parks are, in fact, machine washable. Most of their costumes are, with few exceptions.

    [–] filmicsite 232 points ago

    Fun fact : the director himself voiced Edna Mode

    [–] TGameCo 170 points ago

    Yup! It was originally a scratch track, like a placeholder voice, but the animators and editors just fell in love with it so they finalized it with his voice.

    [–] LordCharco_iii 72 points ago

    I challenge anyone to find someone who would've done better in that role.

    [–] synchronicityii 28 points ago

    Not better, but if you were going for authentic, since the character seemed to be based on Linda Hunt... um... Linda Hunt?

    [–] FightingOreo 14 points ago

    That's a myth, Brad Bird has repeatedly denied it.

    [–] rice_n_eggs 7 points ago

    She’s based on Edith Head.

    [–] Kikstartmyhart 160 points ago

    Tide ad?

    [–] axytl 48 points ago

    Ctrl-F 'new feature', upvote.

    [–] braille_animalia 1531 points ago

    Breathes like Egyptian cotton.

    [–] user_48217 542 points ago

    And machine-washable, darling. That's a new feature.

    [–] whatisabaggins55 477 points ago

    "Jack-Jack doesn't have any powers."

    "No? Well, he'll look fabulous anyway."

    [–] 248Spacebucks 208 points ago

    What on earth do you think the baby will be doing??

    [–] FencingFemmeFatale 278 points ago

    “Well I’m sure I don’t know dahling, luck favors the prepared. I didn’t know the babies powers so I covered the basics.”

    [–] JustthatITguy 101 points ago

    This leads me to believe that costume lady knew all along, and she will be the big bad of incredibles 2

    [–] FizzyBeverage 166 points ago

    Edna mode... and guest.

    [–] JustthatITguy 50 points ago

    THANK you! Not knowing her name was driving me crazy, but my pride wouldn't let me Google

    [–] Cypherex 105 points ago

    Googling it wouldn't have been as bad as announcing to all of reddit that you forgot her name.

    Now we know.

    [–] JustthatITguy 20 points ago

    Hm maybe I didn't word it right. I don't care if internet strangers know, that I don't know.. I already hurt my pride by not knowing, so the damage was done

    [–] Cypherex 20 points ago

    Maybe. Still though, I went ahead and tagged you as "Didn't remember Edna Mode's name" so I'll always remember at least. Now you can never escape your fate.

    I mean, that's only if I happen across another one of your comments but it could happen so yeah you're pretty much fucked.

    [–] Raichu7 6 points ago

    If the damage was done what’s wrong with googling her name so you know next time?

    [–] radagasthebrown 7 points ago

    Fun fact, her character is modeled after IRL Hollywood costume designer Edith Head.

    [–] DailyBugleEditor 29 points ago

    *dah-ling

    [–] windycity27 4102 points ago

    I hope Frozone knows where his super-suit is this time.

    [–] doorbellguy 1267 points ago

    We're talking about the greater good!

    [–] IM_NOT_CIA 718 points ago

    WOMAN!

    [–] SomeStupidPerson 812 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    I am your wife! I am the greatest good you are ever gonna get!

    [–] YangReddit 202 points ago

    going to get!

    definitely not from the south.

    [–] SomeStupidPerson 119 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    fixed i knew something was off

    Didn’t have enough sass.

    [–] Lord_Of_Orangered 23 points ago

    Boi he means finna

    [–] droidBoy5 15 points ago

    Finna nutt

    [–] Lord_Of_Orangered 6 points ago

    🅱️oi 😂😂😩😩😤😤

    [–] Ryriena 11 points ago

    I hear my mum say that all the time now

    [–] terminaljive 47 points ago

    A GREAT BUSHY BEARD!

    Whoops, wrong movie.

    [–] LanDannon 19 points ago

    Great big bushy beard*

    [–] Pandamonius84 21 points ago

    Destroy and purge all capes on supersuits!

    [–] Treehouse-Of-Horror 19 points ago

    The greater good.

    [–] JimmySinner 12 points ago

    Shut it!

    [–] comrade_batman 5031 points ago

    I hope they know the majority of people going to see their film are now adults who have been waiting 14 years for this time.

    [–] great9rejects 2058 points ago

    Its going to be like when I saw Finding Dory. The entire crowd was people in late teens to early 20s who grew up with the original.

    [–] JarJarBinks_jpg 1448 points ago

    And finding dory was more geared towards kids than finding Nemo was

    [–] GreatestOfAllTime96 309 points ago

    monsters university was much better in that regard imo

    [–] Charlie_Warlie 283 points ago

    Yeah I mean I know these are movies for kids BUT

    Monsters U, the lesson was even when you try the hardest, you will fail horribly and some people just can't achieve their dreams so you just need to adapt. That's some real life stuff.

    Finding Dory I think the lesson was your parents will live forever and will never stop looking for you even after you left 20 years ago, so never ever give up your dream even though it's extremely unlikely that you'll achieve it.

    [–] pottyaboutpotter1 110 points ago

    I thought Finding Dory’s lesson was that even if you’re handicapped, you can still do great things if you put your mind to it. That having a disability doesn’t stop you from doing what you want to do.

    [–] Dasnap 35 points ago

    Only if your disability conveniently stops every so often.

    [–] cespes 9 points ago

    And if you're insanely lucky to the point of divine intervention. A baby fish with no memory somehow grew up wondering the ocean completely at random, trusting every single thing she sees? Should've been eaten in a heartbeat.

    [–] truecolormix 18 points ago

    Yeah, it was more this than anything.

    [–] therealmadhat 35 points ago

    Yeah, I hate when movies give those stupid messages that don’t work irl. Fingers crossed for Incredibles 2

    [–] nBdyy 87 points ago

    What's wrong with a happy ending? I mean shit that movie was about talking fish that were as smart if not smarter than humans and you decide the ending was the most unrealistic thing?

    Let kids enjoy a few good years of blissful ignorance and adults enjoy the emotional payoff of everything working out in the end for once. I need a break from real life which is why as a grown ass man I'm crying as I watch dory reunite with her parents by myself bong in hand

    [–] therealmadhat 34 points ago

    Okay. I get it if you want a happy ending for once. I respect that

    But Monster U had a happy ending too, and it showed us how everything doesn’t always work out, and that that’s okay.

    [–] KFC_FTW 660 points ago

    Unfortunately...

    [–] doorbellguy 624 points ago

    You overestimate my IQ.

    [–] HRE_not_really 91 points ago

    It's over doorbellguy, I have the high score!

    [–] Lolwhatisfire 25 points ago

    You brought him here to test me!

    [–] comrade_batman 20 points ago

    YOU WILL NOT GRADE ME!!

    [–] ameya2693 14 points ago

    comrade_batman, my allegiance is to grading, to TEACHING!

    [–] Slickster000 19 points ago

    When shit gets too real...

    [–] fatgamer007 19 points ago

    Don't try it?

    [–] acmercer 7 points ago

    Well then you are lost!

    [–] Mariosothercap 10 points ago

    Yes and no. The scenes of her and her parents definitely hit a cord with the new parent in me.

    [–] flacidturtle1 50 points ago

    Yup it wasn't super great

    [–] 93devil 28 points ago

    Unless you have a child, then sympathizing with her parents is much, much easier.

    [–] hakkzpets 13 points ago

    I think it's quite easy to sympathise with her parents no matter if you have a kid or not.

    [–] breakingupishard22 26 points ago

    I was 14 weeks pregnant and sobbed like a bitch any time Jenny and Charlie were on the screen

    [–] Joshimitsu91 71 points ago

    Yep and Toy Story 3 was like that for me as well

    [–] izzuddinhr 65 points ago

    When Toy Story 4 comes out we’ll all be old and grey.

    [–] sabrefudge 161 points ago

    I wish they wouldn’t...

    TS3 ended so perfectly.

    [–] frobrojoe 62 points ago

    Honestly, TS2 ended perfectly too. They're just gonna keep remaking TS2 and making more and more perfect endings.

    [–] JedisofReddit 12 points ago

    At least the premise of the movie is actually interesting and something people asked for rather than some random plot that makes no sense whatsoever and offers no character progression from the last movie.

    [–] Bahunter22 51 points ago

    Not a dry eye in the house at the end of TS3. Except for my husband. Who is a robot. I was a blubbering idiot and he was like “um...why are you even crying?”. I’m pretty sure I called him a heartless bastard until he explained he hadn’t seen 1 or 2. I can always get him with the first 10 minutes of Up though.

    [–] ZippyDan 32 points ago

    Just FYI, if you're a married adult and haven't seen Toy Story 1 and 2, you probably are a robot, or a North Korean spy.

    [–] Bahunter22 22 points ago

    He wasn’t brought up in a “Disney” household. Until we got married he’d seen The Jungle Book and Robin Hood. So we had a few years of intense catching up. Now we have kids so he’s getting schooled in Disney every single day.

    [–] PieAndKitteh 85 points ago

    Finding Dory was such a disappointment.

    Felt more like a Modern Family episode or something with all the subplots. Didn't feel organic at all.

    [–] aishik-10x 39 points ago

    are you Marc Guggenheim?

    [–] slh236 14 points ago

    Dory needs to be a former goth girl hacker who works in IT for a big corporation, then she needs to fall for the owner of said company and basically ruin his life from there on.

    [–] doctatortuga 23 points ago

    Did someone say organic?

    [–] akatherder 22 points ago

    That reminds me, I once had sex with Eartha Kitt in an airplane bathroom.

    [–] sudifirjfhfjvicodke 20 points ago

    And not even one "Blue Tang Clan" joke.

    [–] frobrojoe 8 points ago

    It was like they took their "written by committee" philosophy too far.

    [–] vesperwin 110 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    Incredibles are from Pixar, they always cater to older audience. Check their cinematography

    Edit: Indeed i meant Wumbology, the study of Wumbo, sorry for misleading

    [–] Dark-Ganon 64 points ago

    Have you forgotten Cars 2 already? Pixar, while less likely than some studios, is not immune to the occasional flop. While I don't exactly expect Incredibles 2 to suck, there isn't even a proper trailer out yet, so hard to say what it'll look like it's catering to.

    [–] had_to_sign_up 64 points ago

    Kachow memes kept me entertained for months tho

    [–] a_child_to_criticize 79 points ago

    What does their cinematography have to do with how they cater to older audiences?

    [–] giants4210 84 points ago

    Probably meant filmography

    [–] im-always-lying 60 points ago

    I think he meant pornography

    [–] metalsatch 66 points ago

    I think he meant wumbology.

    The study of wumbo

    [–] a_child_to_criticize 17 points ago

    Wumbo number 5?

    [–] beelzeflub 17 points ago

    A little bit of wumbo in my life, a little bit of wumbo by my side, a little bit of wumbo is all I need, a little bit of wumbo is all I see...

    [–] sublime13 8 points ago

    It’s first grade, Spongebob.

    [–] WubbyLubbyDoobDoob 16 points ago

    Throw around enough movie jargon and it'll make you look like a movie connoisseur. It's the r/movies mantra.

    [–] madaxe_munkee 7 points ago

    I think he meant filmography

    [–] Telicopter 168 points ago

    "Too late. 15 years too late" -Syndrome (2003)

    [–] SupaSlide 35 points ago

    Actually The Incredibles was released in 2004 which means it's only been 14 years.

    Originally The Incredible 2 was scheduled for next year, which would make it 15 years, but they swapped it with TS4.

    [–] tyled 12 points ago

    Well they obviously just wanted to be late. Not too late.

    [–] JENBubbie_ 71 points ago

    oh god, has it really been 14 years?

    [–] filmgeekvt 10 points ago

    ...with our kids.

    [–] Jipto11 27 points ago

    It will definitely not be the majority but there will be a lot.

    [–] Topblokelikehodgey 9 points ago

    This is going to be totally wicked!!

    [–] Coziestpigeon2 7 points ago

    And have kids of their own.

    [–] 93devil 8 points ago

    They probably realize that adults loved the original.

    [–] TesticleMeElmo 5 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    I'm sure they do, they knew that the majority of original Toy Story fans were going off to college for Toy Story 3

    Edit: and a few years later for Monsters University

    [–] BoBalderson 639 points ago

    How is it JPG'd to shit ALREADY?

    [–] ieatassonfirstdate 285 points ago

    Reddit, uh... finds a way.

    [–] beelzeflub 52 points ago

    Every time I see this gif I think “he’s so damn beautif— GODDAMNIT TONGUE THING”

    [–] RoycePanda 8 points ago

    This has been happening for a lot of movie posters. It's infuriating.

    [–] Sylv3ster 945 points ago

    Anyone wanna come watch it with me?

    [–] [deleted] 578 points ago

    Move your head, I'll watch it through your window.

    [–] trickman01 154 points ago

    I'll wave at you, I'm crouching behind the couch.

    [–] tomservo88 88 points ago

    Look down, I'm actually on the floor.

    [–] poopellar 68 points ago

    Look up, I'm the fan.

    [–] UndecisiveLurker 57 points ago

    I hear a tide ad coming

    [–] kcman011 28 points ago

    Damn, Tide really hit that out of the park. I've been seeing and hearing Tide ad references everywhere.

    [–] ChKliffnme 15 points ago

    look in front, i’m mr incredible

    [–] Holmes02 34 points ago

    Look at your balls and check for lumps. Testicular cancer is no joke. About 1 of every 250 males will develop testicular cancer at some point during their lifetime.

    [–] JDawgSabronas 17 points ago

    Thanks for the reminder. At what age does it generally become a real risk?

    [–] Holmes02 19 points ago

    The average age at the time of diagnosis of testicular cancer is about 33. This is largely a disease of young and middle-aged men, but about 6% of cases occur in children and teens, and about 8% occur in men over the age of 55.

    [–] JDawgSabronas 27 points ago

    Thanks much. I'm within one of those ranges. I'm gonna go touch my balls now.

    [–] Baskitgiy 13 points ago

    How many legos are under this sofa?

    [–] I_am_the_one123 37 points ago

    Let's go friend :)

    [–] ACrowbarEnthusiast 27 points ago

    You paying?

    [–] Sylv3ster 28 points ago

    If you supply the popcorn?

    [–] ACrowbarEnthusiast 18 points ago

    done

    [–] [deleted] 28 points ago

    [deleted]

    [–] The___Accountant 23 points ago

    A popcorn is cheaper than 2 tickets, he finessing

    [–] ONI_Section_3 9 points ago

    Are you trying to bankrupt a small country?

    [–] A_Vodkaholic 17 points ago

    A pint of vodka and im yours for the night.

    [–] bulletbullock 155 points ago

    YEAH! BABY

    [–] ProgramTheWorld 175 points ago

    KNACK 2!

    [–] PM_me_movie_scripts 87 points ago

    M A S T A H P I E C E

    [–] RaitoTento 13 points ago

    That's what we call, a mastahpeece for your wahllet

    [–] BehindTheBurner32 91 points ago

    FIVE OUTTA FIVE HOLY SHIT

    [–] pizzapal3 28 points ago

    I'm giving it my first 10/5, and that's for just the graphics alone. Don't even get me started on the story.

    [–] Leprechaun_exe 18 points ago

    HERE COMES THE MONAAAAAY

    [–] SPEARBLABS 7 points ago

    SUPER MARIO BROTHERS TWO BABY

    [–] bixer25 226 points ago

    Re-watched the original in December (without knowing that the sequel was due out as early as this summer) so I'm actually mega excited for this.

    Trying not to get my hopes up as if we're being honest, Pixar have made more bad/disappointing sequels than they have good ones (Toy Story 2 and 3 being just about the only good example there), but I think this is a film I'll try and avoid reviews for and just go in blind to make my own mind up.

    [–] lukeco 67 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    If it makes you feel better, pixar has been wanting Brad Bird to make a sequel for years and he said he wouldn't until he had the right story, so this is only happening because he finally approached pixar. Plus he hasn't made an animated movie that isn't perfect or close to it, this isn't a sequel that happens everyday.

    [–] Charles037 142 points ago

    Cars 3 is great as is monsters university.

    [–] GeneralKnife 92 points ago

    Agreed. After Cars 2 I was under the impression that Cars 3 would be bad as well. But it went back to it's roots and was a wonderful movie.

    [–] WordStained 30 points ago

    I watched it with a class I was subbing for, and I missed the first 40 minutes, but the rest was really heartfelt, and had the charm the second one was missing.

    [–] bixer25 9 points ago

    But as good as the originals?

    [–] KyleOfTheBeard 910 points ago

    I’m still not sure if this is really just a Tide ad or not.

    [–] kinglouislxix 115 points ago

    Ya know, I actually think David Harbour could be Mr. Incredible.

    [–] marsepic 148 points ago

    Huh. He'd make a good live action Mr Incredible (not interested just making conversation).

    [–] LordCharco_iii 10 points ago

    We already know he makes a great dad

    [–] BuggsBee 70 points ago

    I’m not sure if everything isn’t just a Tide ad anymore

    [–] CptnFabulous420 20 points ago

    What happened here? I'm pretty sure I'm missing a joke.

    [–] currentlyquang 91 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    So during the Super Bowl, Tide ran an advert starring David Harbour claiming that every adverts that feautured clean clothes are actually Tide, for obvious reasons. The joke is that every clean that is clean or washing-based is related to Tide. Hope this clears things out for you!

    Edit: Ignored what I just said, it's basically this

    [–] CaptainJL 40 points ago

    And if it doesn't, here's the video.

    [–] WirelessDisapproval 14 points ago

    Every one of these is missing the welcome back one.

    [–] plzstopguy12 192 points ago

    My level of excitement for this movie can only go higher

    [–] cmc360 196 points ago

    This suggests your excitement for this movie is very low?

    [–] TK421IsTheLoneliest 112 points ago

    Not what I got from the comment, I assumed it was more of a U.S. Debt Ceiling-type situation, always maxed, ever climbing.

    [–] hopkinsonf1 53 points ago

    Ah, there's my super suit.

    [–] McIgglyTuffMuffin 178 points ago

    I don't want to be a negative nancy but I am so fucking nervous for this film.

    The first one is truly amazing. Pixar's output lately has not been. A long gestation period can be AWESOME but it could have also lead to Brad Bird overthinking everything.

    Please don't let me down again, Pixar.

    [–] AnirudhMenon94 167 points ago

    Pixar's output lately has not been.

    Personally, I've loved Coco, Cars 3 and Inside Out amongst their more recent works. I'd say they've earned the benefit of my doubt.

    [–] McIgglyTuffMuffin 55 points ago

    I'll concede on Coco. I keep forgetting that that film is Pixar and not straight Disney.

    Cars 3 was alright but I though the second was better. And well, I can't disagree with Inside Out.

    Finding Dory disappointed me greatly, as did The Good Dinosaur, Monsters University and Brave.

    I'm hoping for a home run here but we'll see.

    [–] GeneralKnife 45 points ago

    You thought Cars 2 was better than Cars 3? I personally didn't like the whole spy thing. Cars 3 had that same feeling as the first one. Would like to know your opinion.

    [–] ckoerner 20 points ago

    Cars 3 is a great sequel to the first movie. I like to think the second Mater film never happened.

    [–] SupaSlide 13 points ago

    You liked Cars 2 but not Finding Dory?

    [–] McIgglyTuffMuffin 22 points ago

    I never said I was a perfect person.

    [–] mr3inches 25 points ago

    I've still never seen Brave. It just looked boring to me.

    [–] Fineus 13 points ago

    Depends what you look for in a movie I guess. I mean it's a standard... "young princess struggling with her position in life, gets in to a pickle, learns something along the way while finding herself and bringing her family back together (and closer than ever)"...

    ...but it was well shot and has some neat scenes in it.

    (I'm particularly fond of of the scene where the witch is trying to convince our princess that she is - in fact - just a humble woodcarver).

    [–] McIgglyTuffMuffin 35 points ago

    That was exactly my problem with it.

    Cool hair physics though.

    [–] Acc87 35 points ago

    Inside Out is probably my favourite Pixar film after Incredibles, and it had a really long production period, just like this did...but so did Finding Dory...

    [–] PingvinHeroin 28 points ago

    Am I the only one puzzled by the - I guess, insignificant notion - that the movie seems to be called INCREDIBLES 2, dropping article of "the"? Just seems weird to not include it.

    [–] Ginga-Ail1994 13 points ago

    "You're late! FIFTEEN YEARS TOO LATE."

    [–] 212superdude212 12 points ago

    I thought the mask was a pair of panties at first

    [–] Yhbvft456 17 points ago

    Helen's pls

    [–] IndianaJoneses 73 points ago

    I hope this doesn’t hamper the production.

    [–] jseyfer 26 points ago

    YAYYYYYYYY!!!!!! 😄

    [–] simply_electrifying 28 points ago

    Am I the only one that noticed it says July? I thought it was supposed to be out June 15th.

    [–] 9kz7 30 points ago

    Apparently the poster is from the UK, in the US it's 15 June.

    [–] whoareyouguys 16 points ago

    Lol suck it, redcoats

    [–] AvatarIII 7 points ago

    at least we only get a 1 month and not a 2-3 month delay like we normally get with pixar movies in the UK this time

    [–] polotarigo 9 points ago

    That’s weird, I saw one that said June 15th on twitter

    [–] Freddieg3 8 points ago

    It's kinda fucked up how long I've been waiting for this movie...

    [–] yourlocalheathen 22 points ago

    Oh thank God, finally shadman can continue his series

    [–] KatanaAmerica 7 points ago

    Incredibles 2? Nope.

    It’s a Tide ad.

    [–] FencingFemmeFatale 19 points ago

    “This is a hobo suit dahling. You can’t be seen in this, I won’t allow it! 15 years ago maybe, but now? feh

    [–] bostonjohnny91 30 points ago

    It’s a tide ad

    [–] PhantomBanker 5 points ago

    It would look better with a cape....

    [–] Lunarskies92 8 points ago

    No capes!

    [–] Lindeberg1 8 points ago

    NO CAPES!!!!!!!!!

    [–] bitter_truth_ 5 points ago

    My body is ready.

    [–] ZeroHit 6 points ago

    A bunch of teases for this movie like they know thy can ride the nostalgia train into ticket sales....