I travel to Walt Disney World at least twice a year because we are Disney Vacation Club members. One of my favorite things to do is search the parks for new things that have appeared since the last time I was there. So imagine how excited I was when I turned a corner in Hollywood Studios to see a whole The Incredibles themed area! Now, I am a HUGE Incredibles fan, and I even went to Pixar last year to get a behind the scenes look at the making of the latest film.
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The Incredibles to Incredibles 2: An Interview with the Filmmakers | #Incredibles2Event #Incredibles2
One of my favorite meetings from my visit to Pixar Animation Studios, was chatting with Incredibles 2 Director Brad Bird as well as Producers Nicole Grindle and John Walker. I always enjoy hearing about the making of and behind the scenes information when it comes to movies, which made this trip was so special to me. In this interview we talked a lot about the time gap between The Incredibles and Incredibles 2 and what it meant for the film. Not only in regards to the plot, but in regards to constantly evolving technology and so much more.
Incredibles came out in 2004 and immediately skyrocketed to the top of my most favorite Disney movies ever list. I sort of have a thing for superheroes, in case you never noticed that. I loved everything about it – the family, the superpowers, the villains, the backstory… It was incredibly (no pun intended) well done. With the way it ended I knew that it left the door open for a second one, and I was dying to see that happen. When it was announced, I was thrilled – and now that time is almost here! Next year (June 15, 2018), Incredibles 2 will be hitting theaters, and the teaser trailer that was just released gave me goosebumps.
The Incredibles has been one of my favorite movies, right from the moment it came out. Because of this, I was so excited about Incredibles 2. In case you missed it, I actually went to the Pixar campus to learn all about the ins and outs of making Incredibles 2. Now it available to take home on digital (blu-ray November 6th) just in time for Halloween. To help celebrate this incredible holiday (see what I did there?), I am going to show you how to make your very own Incredibles pumpkin. Plus some other super fun ways to celebrate Halloween – Incredibles style!
Incredibles 2: Powering the Hero Within with Delicious #Incredibles2 Recipes From Dole! | #DoleHero #DoleFamily
As you probably know by now, I have two young daughters. About a year ago, my husband and I decided it was time to get healthy. We wanted to be around for our daughters long into their lives. We cut out a lot of sweets and bad for you foods, and focused on healthy eating in our home. Because of this, we often purchase DOLE® fruits – which my girls love. They especially enjoy often seeing their favorite characters featured on the packaging (and yes, they keep those stickers as long as they can). This summer, DOLE® is teaming up with Pixar for an INCREDIBLE summer – “Powering The Hero Within” featuring Incredibles 2, a movie we can’t wait to see!
My family and I went to see Incredibles 2 this weekend. To say that Jack-Jack stole the show is probably an understatement. Don’t get me wrong, we loved the whole movie. The plot is great, a little bit predictable but that is to be expected. We all loved seeing the movie pick right back up where it left off 14 years ago. My daughters loved the introductions of some new Supers, and we all thought the action was fantastic. But as a mom, well, I learned a few things about parenting I needed to from the Parr family.
Creating & Refining All of Baby Jack-Jack’s New Powers in Incredibles 2! | #Incredibles2Event #Incredibles2
I love Jack-Jack Parr – who doesn’t?! He is the cutest super hero baby with some pretty amazing powers. Speaking of his powers, we got a glimpse into them in the first Incredibles movie, and a little bit in the Incredibles 2 trailers. While at Pixar Studios in April, I got an in depth look at his new powers and how the animation team created them. So much work goes into creating things like this, you would have no idea. We must have watched twenty tests to see how his powers would come across on screen, and I am sure that was not all of them.
The day is finally here guys! Incredibles 2 is in theaters! I cannot tell you how long I have been waiting for this movie. While at Pixar Studios I saw about 30 minutes of it and have been DYING to see the rest. This weekend I will be taking my daughters to go see it and I am so excited. Don’t worry, you know I will have a review up for you, so watch for that. In case you missed my coverage from Pixar, I have linked it all for you here. Plus, I have some pretty awesome downloadable coloring pages for you. And go see Incredibles 2 in theaters this weekend – I just know it will be amazing!
The latest Pixar short, Bao, is adorable, entertaining, and shocking. Yes, shocking. Once you see it, you will know what I mean. I refuse to give spoilers but I promise you, this is a must watch short. It quickly became my favorite Pixar short, which is saying a lot. I was lucky enough to chat with the Director, Domee Shi, at Pixar Studios in April in order to learn all about Bao. She is actually the first female director for a Pixar short – talk about impressive.
Incredibles 2 Animation: From Creating the Literal World to Making An Action Scene | #Incredibles2Event
The process of making an animated film is arguably more complex than shooting a live action one. All of the sets, costumes, characters, etc, have to be created from scratch. If you see a vase holding a plant in the background of a scene, someone had to create that. They had to use an animation program and build that vase AND that plant. Not to mention all of the other little details such as making bricks look like bricks. As we see in Incredibles 2, animators had to create an entire city for the super battles to take place. From background things, to a high speed chase – we learned about the incredible (no pun intended) process!