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Disney 100 sees The Incredibles return to theaters

The Incredibles

Disney’s turning 100 this year and to celebrate, it’s bringing back some of its old classics to theaters. The House of Mouse is bringing the superhero feature, The Incredibles, back.

The Brad Bird-led feature had a bright run, bagging a bunch of nominations and winning Best Animated Feature and Best Sound Editing. It also made waves with a $632 million worldwide box office, making it the fourth highest-grossing movie of 2004. And what’s more, it was highly praised by critics and fans alike.

The movie follows a small family of “supers,” basically slang superheroes, who are forced into hiding after a ban was placed on them using their powers, as they were deemed dangerous. Considering the patriarch of the family, Bob, was among the heroes who were actively rescuing people from harm’s way before the ban, he longs for that feeling again, only to get the chance to, but it’s actually a trap, and the family must team up, alongside their family friend Lucius, to defeat a new threat to the world.

The film wasn’t just a well-performed hero flick, either, the voice cast was full of big actors like Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell, Spencer Fox, Jason Lee, Samuel L. Jackson, Elizabeth Peña, and writer-director Brad Bird thrown in there, too.

Starting September 1, for two weeks Disney’s big classics will be coming back to theaters.

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