Certainly, that was a part of it. However, I don’t think post-apocalyptic would necessarily be the only way to go. It’s one direction, but a world dealing with these dinosaurs and the environmental and social impact they have would be interesting.
I mean, that would be an interesting world setting for a lot of stories.
It’s a beautiful movie. I’m not big into heist movies, or movies without copious explosions, but I enjoyed it very much. I kind of want to see it again. Which, considering I go movies for pure kick splode, is significant for me.
Brad Bird returns to write and direct Incredibles 2 14 years after the original film hit theaters. It is tracking for a $140-million plus debut in North America, which would be the top opening for an animated movie, passing Finding Dory’s $135 million bow two years ago.
As badly as Solo was timed, so I2 got the benefit of being well timed. Barely any competition, school’s out, it’s hot or hot and wet, so inside in a/c is a benefit, lots of soccer on TV (which will drive Americans outdoors) and it has the widest appeal of any film for a goodly while - so, family time!
Possibly puts it above the $140 million projections. I expect Sunday will be big for it with it being Father’s day. It’ll help Disney forget the bomb that was Solo. Because clearly they’ve been having a rough year at the box office…