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The Incredibles...Finally?

Towen7

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#2
My all-time favorite Pixar movie!!!!

It's been rumored before. Here's hoping that it actually happens this time.
 

Towen7

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#5
Love his movie but Not sure if It'll be worth the double dip. This title looks great on unconverted DVD and I already have it ripped fow windows and iTunes.
 

Maximo

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#9
What I think is incredible is that the movie ended with a wide open opportuity for a sequal and here we are seven years later and Brad Bird said he'll think about it. What a dumbass. Does he really think his moral movie making highground isn't for sale for like a billion dollars in revenue that the sequal could make? Douche esque.
 

Towen7

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#10
What movie doesn't end with a sequel opportunity anymore? Pixar has had a lot of very interesting projects since then so it's not like crazy for him/them to want to work with new material.
 

Batman

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Famous
#11
If I were a director and had other projects I wanted to work on I would avoid a sequel too just for he sake of making one. I respect a director for not cashing in if there isn't a story HE/SHE wants to tell...perhaps he feels it would take away from the original and the way it's regarded...
 

yromj

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Batman said:
If I were a director and had other projects I wanted to work on I would avoid a sequel too just for he sake of making one. I respect a director for not cashing in if there isn't a story HE/SHE wants to tell...perhaps he feels it would take away from the original and the way it's regarded...
I agree with you in principle. However, in this case, I think a 2nd Incredibles movie would probably have been better for everyone rather than the Cars 2 appears to be.

John
 

Batman

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I'm not sure I understand. Brad Bird directed The Incredibles while John Lasseter directed Cars. If Brad Bird isn't contractually obligated to do a sequel for Pixar then what difference does it make? John Lasseter and Brad Lewis are co-directing Cars 2 so they obviously feel they have a story to tell regardless of who it's better for...not being a smart-ass or confrontational I'm just not sure what you meant entirely :think:
 

yromj

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OOPS! I was just looking at Pixar, not the directors. So...nevermind me...now, please carry on.

:text-imnewhere:

John
 
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