The Incredibles

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The Incredibles
Directed by Brad Bird
Produced by John Walker
Written by Brad Bird
Music by Michael Giacchino
Editing by Stephen Schaffer
Studio Disney
Pixar
Distributed by Buena Vista Pictures
Release date(s) November 5, 2004
Running time 115 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $92 million

The Incredibles is a 2004 animated movie. It was written and developed by Brad Bird, who once directed The Simpsons and was best known for directing the animated movie The Iron Giant. The movie was produced by Pixar Animation Studios, and has won an Academy Award. The Incredibles was originally developed as a traditionally-animated movie, but after Warner Bros. shut down its animation division, Brad Bird moved to Pixar and took the story with him. The movie depicts a world where there are super heroes, but after an intense court hearing the government decides that all 'supers' must now go undercover and live normal lives. The main character is Rob Parr (Mr. Incredible). As of March 2014, a sequel is in development.

Voice cast[change | change source]

Actor Role
Craig T. Nelson Bob Parr / Mr. Incredible
Holly Hunter Helen Parr / Elastigirl
Sarah Vowell Violet "Vi" Parr
Spencer Fox Dashiell Robert "Dash" Parr
Jason Lee Buddy Pine / Incrediboy / Syndrome
Dominique Louis Bomb Voyage
Brad Bird Edna "E" Mode
Samuel L. Jackson Lucius Best / Frozone
Wallace Shawn Mr. Huph
Elizabeth Peña Mirage
John Ratzenberger The Underminer
Frank Thomas Frank
Ollie Johnston Ollie

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Canada November 5, 2004
 Philippines November 5, 2004
 Taiwan November 5, 2004
 United States November 5, 2004
 Denmark November 12, 2004
 Finland November 12, 2004
 Norway November 12, 2004
 Sweden November 12, 2004
Malaysia Malaysia November 14, 2004
 Singapore November 18, 2004
 Poland November 19, 2004
 Belgium November 24, 2004
 France November 24, 2004
 Netherlands November 24, 2004
 Czech Republic November 25, 2004
 Hungary November 25, 2004
 Israel November 25, 2004
 Portugal November 25, 2004
 Slovakia November 25, 2004
 Switzerland November 26, 2004 (Italian speaking region)
 Spain November 26, 2004
 United Kingdom November 26, 2004
 Greece November 26, 2004
Republic of Ireland Ireland November 26, 2004
 Italy November 26, 2004
 Switzerland December 1, 2004 (French speaking region)
 Chile December 1, 2004
 Argentina December 2, 2004
 Switzerland December 2, 2004 (German speaking region)
 Croatia December 2, 2004
 Thailand December 2, 2004
 Venezuela December 3, 2004
 Japan December 4, 2004
 Austria December 8, 2004
 Germany December 9, 2004
 Brazil December 10, 2004
 South Korea December 15, 2004
 Lebanon December 16, 2004
 Bulgaria December 17, 2004
 Colombia December 17, 2004
 Estonia December 17, 2004
 Latvia December 17, 2004
Mexico Mexico December 17, 2004
 Armenia December 23, 2004
 Belarus December 23, 2004
 Kazakhstan December 23, 2004
 Russia December 23, 2004
 Georgia December 24, 2004
 Panama December 25, 2004
 Peru December 25, 2004
 Australia December 26, 2004
 Iceland December 26, 2004
 New Zealand December 26, 2004
 Egypt January 5, 2005
 United Arab Emirates January 12, 2005
 Bahrain January 12, 2005
 Turkey January 14, 2005
 Kuwait January 19, 2005
 China January 28, 2005
 Hong Kong February 3, 2005
 Sri Lanka November 4, 2005
 Pakistan March 23, 2007

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