A decade after the titular superhero family of
The sequel was announced by Disney Chairman and Chief Executive Robert
Written and directed by Brad Bird, "The Incredibles" tells of a superpowered-family living in a world where superheroes have been banned from fighting crime.
He soon finds himself embroiled in a good old-fashioned supervillain plot, along with his stretchy wife (Holly Hunter), invisible daughter (
"The Incredibles" won the Academy Award for animated feature in 2005, as part of an impressive run in which Pixar claimed that award six of eight times between 2003 and 2010.
Iger said Bird "is already working on a great story" for the "Incredibles" sequel.
"Cars," directed by
Although it met with somewhat unimpressive reviews and ticket sales, at least by Pixar standards, "Cars" sparked a licensing bonanza of themed toys, apparel and other merchandise, which has brought in billions of dollars. The 12-acre Cars Land attraction at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim has also proved popular.
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