The Disney+ streaming service is finally set to launch next month with a whole host of Pixar content. But which of the studio's movies are missing?
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Honey Best has never appeared onscreen in The Incredibles franchise, but thanks to a deleted scene fans can see what she looks like.
Voice actor John Ratzenberger is Pixar's good luck charm and has appeared in every single one of their movies. Here's every role he's had.
Keanu Reeves' Toy Story 4 character, Duke Caboom, is a breakout, but he actually made his debut in last year's Pixar sequel, Incredibles 2.
He may not be the star of The Incredibles, but everyone loves Frozone - and there's more to this cool cat than you might think.
Samuel L. Jackson has badass in his DNA. From the MCU's Nick Fury to Pulp Fiction to Star Wars, we are ranking Jackson's 10 most badass characters.
The Underminer survived his destructive encounter with the Parr family in The Incredible 2. Could the villain return for The Incredible 3?
Elastigirl's body has proven useful, both off and on the field, as she manages her home and a return to crime-fighting in The Incredibles movies.
The plot of The Incredibles 2 seems to be a direct rebuttal to a long-running fan theory the first film was propaganda for the theories of Ayn Rand.
Accompanying the release of The Incredibles 2 is a new video game, LEGO The Incredibles, but it sadly doesn't manage to capture the same magic.
The Pixar sequel embraces an old-school and ridiculous superhero look, one that stands out against the drive to realism in modern superhero flicks.
Incredibles 2 isn't going to live up to every fan's expectations. Here's where the Pixar sequel stumbles and why it was always going to struggle.