New 'Incredibles 2', 'Toy Story 4' Details Revealed at D23

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(If Jack-Jack was a terror as a baby, just imagine him as a teenager.) Now, Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter has finally addressed those questions - and revealed that the second film picks up right where the original left off.

John Lasseter said today he'd step aside as co-director of Toy Story 4, the latest in franchise that put Pixar on the map. "Our filmmakers are putting so much heart into these films - I can't wait for people to see them".

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They and Lasseter then talked about "Frozen 2", its name for lack of a better option - "Thawed", "Frozen Solid", "Frozen Dinner" and "Frozen Assets" were among the reject names jokingly flashed on screen.

The film will be a mix of fantasy and mundane, a world where unicorns will be so prevalent that they are the rodents in that world.

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As it turns out, virtually no time at all will have passed for the Parrs by the time The Incredibles 2 begins. "They may have super speed or super strength, but they experience the same problems as any family".

"'Incredibles 2' is really a family film, it's just that the family happens to have super powers", said Bird.

Brad Bird, director of "The Incredibles", appeared at the D23 Expo in Anaheim to show animation tests for the upcoming sequel to "The Incredibles", due out Summer 2018.

Oh, and Sarah Silverman, too, who kinda sorta is a Disney princess now, at least that's the premise of the scene from "Ralph Wrecks The Internet: Wreck-it Ralph 2", that introduced her character Vanellope to all of the princesses, which was the reason why a lot of them from that scene were on hand to walk out and dazzle the crowd. Lasseter revealed to guests that the filmmakers had asked the original voices of the princesses to return to their roles for a sequence that no Disney fan could forget.

"The Incredibles" hit theaters in 2004, ages ago for fans of the animated hit.

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