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Edna Mode is back in the brand new trailer for The Incredibles 2 – watch here!

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The follow-up to Pixar’s acclaimed super-powered comedy will hit US cinemas on 14 June. 

The Incredibles 2 has received another witty, action-packed super-trailer, and this time, we see the return of breakout character and legendary diva/icon, Edna Mode.

In the new trailer, Elastigirl, Mr Incredible, Violet and Dash attempt to navigate day-to-day life with their superhero abilities, whilst baby of the family, Jack-Jack, develops some unusual powers of his own.

Oh, and because this is a superhero film, a dangerous new villain emerges, threatening to destroy the Parr family for good. How nice!

This time, however, Elastigirl appears to be the prominent ass-kicker, with Mr Incredible staying home to look after the kids.

Watch the brand new trailer below.

Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, Samuel L. Jackson, and Sarah Vowell reprise their roles from the original, alongside new voices Huck Milner, Bob Odenkirk, Catherine Keener, Sophia Bush, Jonathan Banks and Isabella Rossellini.

Brad Bird also returns to write, direct and voice Edna Mode.

The first film – The Incredibles (2004) – was released to universal acclaim from critics and audiences, making $633 million at the worldwide box office. It also received Best Animated Feature and Best Sound Editing at the 77th Academy Awards, becoming Pixar’s first movie to win multiple Oscars.

The Incredibles 2 will hit US cinemas 14 June, and UK cinemas 13 July.

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