History Trivia / TheIncredibles

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20th Aug '17 8:33:16 AM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' meets ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}''. One review also described it as "''Franchise/JamesBond'', ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' and the ''Franchise/XMen'' all rolled into one."

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* XMeetsY: ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' meets ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}''. One review also described it as "''Franchise/JamesBond'', ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' and the ''Franchise/XMen'' all rolled into one."
16th Jul '17 11:15:51 PM creader
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15th Jul '17 1:11:38 PM Prinzenick
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!Trivia for the first film:
15th Jul '17 1:11:16 PM Prinzenick
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* XMeetsY: ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' meets ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}''. One review also described it as "''Franchise/JamesBond'', ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' and the ''Franchise/XMen'' all rolled into one."

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* XMeetsY: ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' meets ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}''. One review also described it as "''Franchise/JamesBond'', ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' and the ''Franchise/XMen'' all rolled into one.""

!Incredibles 2 Trivia:
* RoleReprisal: Almost all of the original cast are returning to voice their characters, with one lone exception.
* TheOtherDarrin: Dash is now voiced by Huck Milner, since Spencer Fox is too old to voice the character now.
25th Jun '17 11:15:57 PM creader
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23rd Jun '17 11:50:22 PM NWolfman
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* OneBookAuthor: Violet is Creator/SarahVowell's only film role. Instead, she's best known as an essayist, non-fiction writer and contributor to ''Radio/ThisAmericanLife''.
** Brad Bird actually cast Vowell in the film after hearing her on [[http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/81/guns a specific episode]] of ''This American Life'' and made a test animation for Violet using the audio from that episode to convince Vowell to play the part.
* PermanentPlaceholder: Edna Mode wasn't originally planned to be voiced by Creator/BradBird, the ([[CrossDressingVoices male]]) director of the film. Bird attempted to hire Lily Tomlin to voice her, and provided placeholder dialog made using his own voice in an attempt to demonstrate Edna's unique accent. Tomlin responded that they didn't need her as he had nailed the role.

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* OneBookAuthor: Violet is essayist and non-fiction writer Creator/SarahVowell's only film acting role. Instead, she's best known as an essayist, non-fiction writer and contributor to ''Radio/ThisAmericanLife''.
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Brad Bird actually cast Vowell in animated the film after hearing her on character reciting [[http://www.thisamericanlife.org/radio-archives/episode/81/guns a specific episode]] one of ''This American Life'' and made a test animation for Violet using the audio from her segments]] on ''Radio/ThisAmericanLife'' that episode he'd heard to convince Vowell to play the part.
* PermanentPlaceholder: Edna Mode wasn't originally planned to be voiced by Creator/BradBird, the ([[CrossDressingVoices male]]) director of the film. Bird attempted to hire Lily Tomlin to Creator/BradBird's voice her, and provided placeholder dialog made using for Edna was just something he did to give potential actresses an idea of what he was looking for. He only decided to do it himself when Lily Tomlin, his own voice in an attempt to demonstrate Edna's unique accent. Tomlin responded first choice, told him that they didn't need her as he had nailed it was perfect the role.way it was.
25th Feb '17 11:03:39 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: While Brad Bird was working for Warner Bros, he pitched ''The Incredibles'' as a traditional 2D animated film. But the lackluster performance of ''WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant'' (due mainly to [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Warner's horrible promotion]] for that film) put the kibosh on that idea. While the project was SavedFromDevelopmentHell thanks to Pixar, animation fans can't help speculating on what a 2D version might have been like.

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While Brad Bird was working for Warner Bros, he pitched ''The Incredibles'' as a traditional 2D animated film. But the lackluster performance of ''WesternAnimation/TheIronGiant'' (due mainly to [[ScrewedByTheNetwork Warner's horrible promotion]] for that film) put the kibosh on that idea. While the project was SavedFromDevelopmentHell thanks to Pixar, animation fans can't help speculating on what a 2D version might have been like.



** Rumor has it that HarrisonFord and GeorgeClooney were considered for the role of Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible but it was felt their voices didn't have anything the animators could really work with and ultimately Craig T. Nelson of ''Coach'' and ''Poltergeist'' fame, who is said to have always been Brad Bird's ideal model for Mr. Incredible/Bob Parr took the role.

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** Rumor has it that HarrisonFord Creator/HarrisonFord and GeorgeClooney Creator/GeorgeClooney were considered for the role of Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible but it was felt their voices didn't have anything the animators could really work with and ultimately Craig T. Nelson of ''Coach'' and ''Poltergeist'' fame, who is said to have always been Brad Bird's ideal model for Mr. Incredible/Bob Parr took the role.



** LilyTomlin was offered the role of Edna or E, but when she heard Brad Bird's vocals on the temp track she told they already had the perfect voice and politely declined.

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** LilyTomlin Creator/LilyTomlin was offered the role of Edna or E, but when she heard Brad Bird's vocals on the temp track she told they already had the perfect voice and politely declined.
23rd Feb '17 12:06:53 PM WJTaylor4
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*** Bob was also going to have invulnerability as a part of his power, much like Franchise/{{Superman}}, which would risk revealing his identity in a deleted scene where he accidentally brings a meat cleaver down on his fingers, only to dent the blade. The final Bob, however, is fully capable of being cut and bleeding (by super-fighting robots at least).

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*** Bob was also going to have invulnerability as a part of his power, much like Franchise/{{Superman}}, which would risk revealing his identity in a deleted scene where he accidentally brings a meat cleaver down on his fingers, only to dent the blade. The final Bob, however, however is fully capable of being cut and bleeding (by super-fighting robots at least).least) while still possessing some degree of super stamina (he does survive being hit by a train after all).
** Rumor has it that HarrisonFord and GeorgeClooney were considered for the role of Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible but it was felt their voices didn't have anything the animators could really work with and ultimately Craig T. Nelson of ''Coach'' and ''Poltergeist'' fame, who is said to have always been Brad Bird's ideal model for Mr. Incredible/Bob Parr took the role.
23rd Feb '17 12:04:15 PM WJTaylor4
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** LilyTomlin was offered the role of Edna or E, but when she heard Brad Bird's vocals on the temp track she told they already had the perfect voice and politely declined.
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