The Incredibles is an animated superhero adventurous and venturesome Walt Disney production which was written and directed by Brad Bird. The movie revolves around a superhero family who has to keep their superpowers a secret and life a silent peripheral life. Their powers were divulged when Mr. Incredible was seen helping the people with his superpowers which eventually drew the whole family into a scuffle with a bygone fan who then intrigues to annihilate all superheroes with his eradicator robot.
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Fun Facts about the Incredibles
The original title of the film was not “The Incredibles”. It was first named “The Invincibles”.
Brad Bird first had the idea of “The Incredibles” back in 1993 but the movie was written, directed and released later in 2004.
Incredible was first named “Bob Smith” which later changed to Bob Parr.
Brad Bird cast Sarah Vowell to voice Violet after hearing her voice in “This American Life”.
Brad Bird named Jack-Jack after one of his sons. Jack-Jack is the youngest son of Helen and Bob Parr.
The character of Edna was based on Disney Studio costume designer Edith Head, whose physical features match the character too. Edna was voiced by rad Bird himself.
Holly Hunter learned the real military flight language for her character in the movie, especially for the scene where she flies a plane.
There were four times as many locations used in the movie “The Incredibles” as there are in other Pixar Movie.
The Incredibles was the first movie that only had CG humans in it which is also the reason it became super-hit.
Syndrome, the villain of the movie resembled the director and writer of the movie Brad Bird a lot.
The Incredibles Trivia Questions & Answers
Q: What dies Bob long for after he’s frustrated with his suburban life and white-collar job?