The new sneak trailer for Incredibles 2 dropped yesterday showing us that heroes are now illegal, Eastigirl is still pretty awesome, Baby Jack-Jack has some insane powers and Mr. Incredible is a stay at home dad? You can imagine because of all that that people had some intense reactions.
Some are in disbelief that no time has passed:
Incredibles 2 coming out 14 years after the original
Baby is still a baby pic.twitter.com/nRp0htbxhZ
— Sam Thorne (@Strippin) February 15, 2018
— Andre Black Nerd (@BlackNerd) February 15, 2018
Some are incredibly happy that it’s back:
Are we going to talk about how The Incredibles 2 is normalizing a working mom and a stay at home dad? Because sweaty I am HERE for it pic.twitter.com/VZaWiRtQOr
— Michael (@MikeyJonJon) February 15, 2018
My favorite movie growing up was the incredibles! Y’all don’t know how excited I am to see incredibles 2
— mother of Pearl (@pearlandreaa) February 16, 2018
I’m really excited for Incredibles 2. I think Mr. Incredible taking care of the entire household while Elastigirl’s away is a good start for animated films depicting that women shouldn’t bear the burden of managing the household alone.
— Lea (@sadhubadera) February 16, 2018
Others seem to think Disney has a feminist agenda and they aren’t having it:
just got done watching the incredible two trailer and wow.. I’m really disappointed I wanted to see the family and more frozone but it’s like mainly focusing on the mom who isn’t even my favorite character. And then the dad is like… a househusband? I see feminism has taken toll
— Dellian🏅 (@WitchyFreaky2) February 16, 2018
Is it just me or is the incredibles 2 trailer just another film rallying behind modern feminism again lol
— 😑 (@KingOfWhinging) February 15, 2018
It has been 14 years since “The Incredibles.” The cultural shift towards beta-male cucks and feminism is destroying the wholesome white family culture. We must fight this propaganda before traditional family life as we know it is erased from existence.
— Mark K. (@fukingwhitemale) February 15, 2018
As for us? Well, we think it’s a sneak peek. Remember the trailer for the 1st movie it was literally Mr. Incredibly putting on a belt, no, really he was putting on a belt you can view that trailer here. With that said yes the sneak as is seems to highlight politics, changes in our educational system and a feminist belief. Is that bad? Not necessarily because it’s Pixar and if we had to guess something will happen to make sure all of them end up in costume by the end of the movie. People need to remember it’s just a trailer not the entire movie and Pixar loves to highlight modern-day motifs in their movies they did this in Wall-E, Up, Inside Out and others, but it’s possible people just didn’t notice because it wasn’t so overexpressed in society at the time. No matter what we’re still looking forward to seeing this one, after all, it has been 14 years so we’ll leave our judgment at the door until we see the entire movie.