How Pixar Made The Incredibles Unique In The MCU Era
Superhero movies are more popular than they’ve ever been, but Incredibles 2 director Brad Bird knows his latest offering won’t get lost in the shuffle of all the releases. Back when the original Incredibles came out in 2004, comic book adaptations were not as prevalent as they are today. Yes, franchises like the original X-Men trilogy and Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man were in their heydays, but the first Iron Man was still four years away, meaning the Marvel Cinematic Universe was hardly a fleeting thought in anyone’s mind. This was also before Christopher Nolan rebooted Bruce Wayne in Batman Begins.
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