He also debuted the first look clip from the film, showing Jack Jack as he wanders outdoors after his dad falls asleep.
"[The Incredibles 2] starts right as the first one finishes, so it just carries on", said Pixar's John Lasseter during an interview at D23 Expo, joking that "a minute" will have passed. There, he shows off his new-found superpowers as he gets into a confrontation with a raccoon.
"The cool thing about doing this again is that technology has gotten so much better. It's like driving a better auto".
As you may recall, The Incredibles concluded with the Parr family (having just saved the city from a marauding robot) leaving young Dash's track meet, only for a new threat to literally emerge from the ground. "'Toy Story 4" will continue that tradition and I couldn't be more excited to be a part of it!"
The Incredibles 2 is set for release on June 15th 2018 and will see the return of Holly Hunter as Elastigirl and Samuel L. Jackson as Frozone. Lasseter has served as head of Disney's entire animation division since 2007, and is slated to direct Pixar's "Toy Story 4", due out 2019. Director Dan Scanlon (Monsters University) is setting the adventure of two teenage "boys" in a "mundane/magical" "suburban fantasy world". Check out the new concept art above. There are no humans in this world, the residents are elves, trolls, and sprites and unicorns are so rampant they're "practically rodents". They said that music will include the talents of songwriter Germaine Franco, and Robert Lopez and Kristen-Anderson Lopez (Frozen).
The presentation ended with an elaborate musical number with music from Coco, with Gonzalez and Bratt participated.