It's been rumored (strong possibly of it being true) that Craig T. Nelson will be voicing Mr. Incredible.
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I know if you've seen Finding Nemo you already saw this..but just to show you again...I don't know about you guys, but I think that Jim Belushi should voice Mr. Incredible rather than John Ratzenberger..
"This time of year sucks, so I take my nunchucks, and make sure every snowman dies"-Davey (8 Crazy Nights)
"I hate folks that think reindeer are cute, to me their just somethin' to shoot, I hate love, I hate you, I hate me"-Davey Stone (singing) (8 Crazy Nights)
Duck Twacy: Scram Sherlock! I'm workin' this side of the street!
~The Great Piggy Bank Robbery (1946)
Well I'll guess we'll learn more in time. You know, it's Ironic that the Incredibles is the first Pixar movie to focus on humans instead of say, Toys Bugs Monsters or Sea Life (Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Monsters Inc and Finding Nemo). It looks to be a great movie though, I just though that was an intresting factoid to bring up.
Whats great about pixar movies is that they tell stories from a uniquie point of view, like how in Monsters Inc. monsters scare little kids because they have to keep energy in their city and this new movie The Incredibles shows a just-out-of retirment super hero and since most heros never grow old it will be an intersting tale
The self proclamied "Where's Waldo?" of Toonzone
It's not *totally* unique, I know that Batman, Zorro, and Ghostbusters all did updates featuring retired heroes, and there was even a classic episode of TMNT where Shredder tricks a retired, bumbling superhero into keeping the Turtles occupied. Still, Pixar's take on this will no doubt be interesting.Originally Posted by Krypton710
Best part about the trailer - the use of the "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" theme. Being a James Bond nut, that immediately scored points with me
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