D23 brings back Edna Mode and sets the stage for Incredibles 2

Ruben Ruiz
July 16, 2017

On Friday afternoon Disney chief Alan Horn and Disney animation guru John Lasseter took the stage for almost two hours to tease upcoming films from Pixar, Disney Animation, and Disneytoon Studios. They don't even really know what he is capable off, although fans will likely already have an idea of some of his abilities based on the ending scene of the original film.

It may not be much to go on, but this news about Elastigirl really leading the charge is incredibly exciting, full-stop.

Edna Mode is one of the iconic characters to come from the Disney Pixar's creative den.

"This movie is a mixture of the fantastic and everyday", Scanlon added.

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Disneytoon Studios, an animation division of Walt Disney Pictures, is charting course for space. At the panel, audiences were shown Bratt's screen test and two extended clips, including one in which Miguel crosses over from the world of the living to the world of the dead. The untitled sound-barrier breaking film is slated for April 12 2019. "Coco" and "Olaf's Frozen Adventure" will premiere November 22, 2017. Then we heard from its stars Josh Gad and Kristen Bell all about the spin-off featurette Olaf's Frozen Adventure. It will follow Olaf as he journeys across the land to learn about and gather holiday traditions to share with Anna and Elsa after they realize they don't have any holiday traditions of their own. In fact, Lasseter also broke that news at D23 - two whopping years ago, which is like three decades in toy years. There were no new plot details, but we saw scenes from the directors' and producers' research trip to Iceland, Finland and Norway.

Taraji P. Henson will voice a brand new character named "Yesss" in the movie and be on the lookout for a lot of Disney Princesses, and we mean a lot. However, Bird quickly jumped past the self-deprecating humor and said that the sequel, like the first movie, is about family...a family that just happens to have super powers.

Oh, and Sarah Silverman, too, who kinda sorta is a Disney princess now, at least that's the premise of the scene from "Ralph Wrecks The Internet: Wreck-it Ralph 2", that introduced her character Vanellope to all of the princesses, which was the reason why majority from that scene were on hand to walk out and dazzle the crowd.

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