Incredibles 2 debuts new cast and characters

Angelo Anderson
January 22, 2018

With The Incredibles 2 now only a few months from release, Pixar has hit social media with a reintroduction to the Parrs (and some other familiar faces), and a first look at some of the characters who'll be joining the family in their long-awaited second adventure.

Winston is a superhero fan who runs a telecommunications company with his sister.

Bush is playing Voyd, a young Elastagirl superfan with the ability to "divert and manipulate objects around her by creating voids that allow the objects to appear and disappear, and shift in space". Majority are the returning stars, but there are some heavyweights in new roles - and, unless Disney is playing more coy than usual, one of them is playing the movie's villain. Winston is described as a superhero fan who wants to bring them out of hiding by changing the public's perception of costumed heroes and Evelyn is described as a tech genius who has yet to meet a problem she could not solve.

Banks is playing Rick Dicker (voiced in the original film by animator Bud Luckey), an agent with the Super Relocation Program who's responsible for keeping Supers' identities a secret.

The core incredibly-powered Parr family - Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, Sarah Vowell - is back, save for young Dash, who is now voiced by Huck Milner.

Disney also revealed new information on the characters played by previously announced cast members Bob Odenkirk and Catherine Keener.

Full details on the plot for The Incredibles 2 are under wraps, though the film is said to center on Elastigirl's own adventure while Bob stays at home to watch over Jack-Jack and will pick up immediately after the first film as the Parr family faces off against the supervillain named Underminer.

The film will find Mr. Likewise returning are Samuel L. Jackson as Frozone and Brad Bird, the film's writer and director, as Edna Mode. Incredible left to take care of Jack-Jack, while Elastigirl is out saving the world. Isabella Rossellini will play a character referred to only as "Ambassador", whom Deadline describes as a dignified foreign politician working to legalize superheroism. A a new villain hatches a brilliant and risky plot that only the Incredibles can overcome together.

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