The New Trailer for 'Incredibles 2' Has Landed & I'm Filled With Nostalgia

If you remember going to the theater back in the early 2000s to see Pixar's The Incredibles like I do, then you're going to be *so* stoked. A new trailer for The Incredibles 2 was just released and all I feel is nostalgia (and maybe a little pride) over the plot line of the sequel.

It looks like Bob Parr, aka Mr. Incredible, will be trading in his supersuit to be Mr. Mom, while his wife Helen Parr, aka Elastigirl, is on a mission to bring the Supers back in the world, of course. I love the role reversal because we get a different POV this time around, not to mention powerful women always make me smile. 

Holly Hunter, the voice behind Helen Parr, is just as excited as I am for the power role she was given. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Hunter expressed her views on the sequel. She described Elastigirl's character as one with "a real incredible sense of competitiveness and ambition. She throws down the gauntlet in this one. It’s so much fun to see a woman luxuriating in those two arenas, because women have for so many generations been brought up to not be ambitious or to not be competitive, and it’s fun to see Helen basking in those two arenas in much the same way that we give men license to do.” Amazing.

"I just think it’s beautiful that Incredibles 2 is allowing Mrs. Incredible to reveal all these other different colors of who she is." Me too, girl.

Don't worry—you still see plenty of Dash, Violet and Jack-Jack, the kids we've grown to know and love, and judging by the trailer, they throw Bob for a loop with their antics. Jack-Jack is out of control with his powers, which is enough to make all of us stressed (he's *so* cute though). With Helen's new job comes a new house, too, filled with fancy gizmos and gadgets. Dash is obsessed, while Violet is still the angst-filled teen we saw in the first installment. Essentially nothing has changed aside from Mr. and Mrs. Incredible's roles in the family, so it should feel like no time has passed when all us Millennials roll into the theaters to see our favorite characters on the big screen again.

If you haven't seen the trailer, watch it ASAP and try not to die of excitement—we still have to wait until June 15 to see the full film.