If there was ever a movie that fans actually wanted a sequel for, it would be The Incredibles. One of the most beloved animated features out of the Pixar brain trust as well as animation in general, it’s a film that we’ve wanted to continue growing since it came out over a decade ago.
A film we’ve been given two near flawless sequels to is Toy Story, the first ever Pixar film as well as the first all CGI animated feature film. Toy Story 2 & 3 helped continue a narrative that ends in one of the most gutwrenchingly beautiful finales you could ask for with some of our favorite characters, and fans aren’t clamoring for that to re-open. Thankfully Pixar heard us and realized it’s all about supply and demand.
The two films have swapped release dates which means The Incredibles 2 will be in theaters in 2018 while Toy Story 4 will come out the next year.
There’s still no information on the story at hand for either films beyond what John Lasseter claimed to be his inspiration for Toy Story 4, but I have no doubts both films will be (no pun intended) incredible.