posted on Jul, 25 2011 @ 04:27 PM
Pixar made 2 sequels to Toy Story, a sequel to Monsters Inc, and another one for Cars...
But the one movie that obviously ended as as sequel lead-in... What did we get? I'm sure we're all still waiting.
Then again, the first story was really fun and great and it will be a tough act to follow without messing it up.
As for what I think they should do?
The Underminer? Looks like a bigger bad than it actually works out to be. (That one video game shouldn't be cannon with the movies.) The Incredibles
quickly break some of his fancy equipment and then whatever henchmen he has quit early when failure seems inevitable. Then the story flashes forward
to the good stuff...
Turns out Syndrome is alive after the incident with Jak-Jak. Injured and with a few prosthesis because of the past accident, but turns out his techy
zero-point gadgetry just managed to protect him from being totally consumed in the jet engine at the end of the first movie. Comes back in some
different way, maybe preferring to work more behind the scenes this time around because it's less hazardous. More like Lex Luthor. But also somewhere
in the movie somebody makes him come to a realization that he's actually been a super all along. He doubts at first and even does some various tests
to come to this conclusion. His intellect in regards to all the stuff he's created obviously isn't normal.
As Jak-jak gets older, his chaotic nature becomes even stronger. And he has some identity issues with his powers that makes him do more and more bad
things in his adolescent years. I think some kind of personal crisis in the family driving Jak-jak to doubt being on the good team would make an
interesting plot device. Obviously this was foreshadowed by Syndrome's kidnapping attempt in the first movie. He may come under the influence of some
baddie, but whether or not it will be Syndrome will be up in the air. Syndrome will be making another attempt to bring him into the fold though.
The parents are getting old, still very super, but inevitably age catches up with them. So more story would focus on the older brother and sister and
introduction of a few other newer young supers. One of the older siblings may also be out of the picture for a time because of trying to get
established on their own with stuff like college. Where it goes from there? Who knows...
What do you think in regards to a sequel being made, and what kind of plot outline would you give The Incredibles sequel if you were in charge?