Most of the time I exist in a world where I forget that Incredibles 2 is happening. I’ve never really clamored for a sequel to the original classic, and I’m not particularly excited about the prospect of a sequel. Yet, despite this, I’m pretty sure I’m going to love it. When It drops. In June, 2019.
Brad! Stop fuckin’ fucking with us, bro. If you’re going to make Incredibles 2, stuff yourself in that Pixar Digi-Lab and get it done. There is an entire generation of Incredibles fans who take these teasings quite seriously. I mean, “feels like”? What the fuck.
So we still have no idea what this movie is about. And Damon Lindelof is like, rubbing his nads and being like “Yeah, yeah…mystery. Oh yeah. Keep ’em guessing. Yeah.”
Here we go! We’ve been getting legitimate Super Bowl trailers the past couple of days. No teasers of trailer teasers?! But thankfully Tomorrowland has stepped up.
Here’s the first teaser trailer for Tomorrowland. And goddamn it — I don’t want to like it. I want to pry apart my cynical butt cheeks and spew textual scat-bile over Damon Lindelof’s smug face. I want to. But fuck if this first trailer didn’t intrigue me. Ah fuck. I guess I’ll just wait for the actual movie to let me down. And even if I do like it, I’ll just accredit that to the talented Brad Bird behind the camera. YOU CAN’T WIN WITH ME LINDELOF, YOU CAN’T.
I’m going to be able to tell my kids something. Drunken off Dew, a tumor the side of a grapefruit lodged in my skull, eyes bulging. I’ll mumble at a howl, “I remember when Pixar made original movies! Good movies! Not fucking sequels! Now fetch me my Oculus Rift! And my meds! Daddy needs to go to the Black Sun and sword fight Hiro Protagonist.”
‘TOY STORY 3’ writer penned the new ‘STAR WARS trilogy’s treatment. Brad Bird, Spielberg, others to take a look.
I know that someday in the next three years I’ll be pulling pubes out and cursing Episode VII. I know that, aiight? Just let me enjoy the glow of new Star Wars news that doesn’t make me want to vomit blood. Up in here today we have the little tidbit that the writer behind Toy Story 3 and Little Miss Sunshine is responsible for the new trilogy’s treatment. And not only that, but the treatment will cross some impressive desks.
Oh this election day, here is a more sensible campaign video. It is politely making the obvious case for Brad Bird. You know, directing Episode VII.