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Disney's CEO Robert A. Iger and Brad Bird announced in April 2014, that a sequel to The Incredibles (2004) is officially set, and that Bird has come up with a story idea for a sequel, and is working on the script.

It will also be the first Pixar sequel to a film he has previously scored.

The CEO of Disney says he has old ideas from The Incredibles (2004), that he didn't get to use, and would like to use in the sequel, along with some new ideas as well.

Is the first sequel to a Pixar Film that takes place through a Human's Perspective.

Even though Cars 3 (2017) had not been confirmed to be the franchise's last Film, the currently entire Cars franchise was released in between the release of its predecessor and the sequel.

Catherine Keener's 2nd Animated Film, after The Croods (2013).

Pixar's first sequel to one of their PG Rated Films.

Due to the death of Elizabeth Peña in October 2014, it is completely unknown whether or not Mirage will appear in the sequel, though it is unlikely.

Pixar's 2nd Follow Up film released many years after the previous to not take place several years later. The first had been Finding Dory (2016) which took place only a year after the first film.

Jenny Slate's 5th Animated Film, after The Lorax (2012), Zootopia (2016), The Secret Life of Pets (2016), and Despicable Me 3 (2017).

The fourteen year gap between the first film and sequel is the longest waiting time between a Disney/Pixar film and it's sequel (with Finding Dory (2016)'s thirteen year gap being the second longest, and Monsters University (2013) being the third longest with a twelve year gap, and Toy Story 3 (2010) being the fourth longest with an eleven year gap), the long waiting gap is likely a direct reference to the original film's fifteen year later setting.

According to John Lasseter, the film..."starts right as the first one finishes, so it just carries on", making it the first follow up film of Pixar's to do so.

Jenny Slate's first Pixar movie.

While Jack-Jack did have a voice in the trailer, it's currently unknown who voiced him at this time.

Brad Bird is the second Pixar director to have all of his films composed by the same composer, being Michael Giacchino. The first was Andrew Stanton, who had all three of his films composed by Thomas Newman.

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