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It all begins when Mr. Incredible, also known as Bob Parr, has an experience of fighting crime and saving people's lives. He rescues a man who jumps from a high building, and stops a train from falling off its track. His self-proclaimed biggest fan, Buddy Pine, who he calls himself "IncrediBoy", sometimes gets in his way. On that same night, Mr. Incredible marries Elastigirl, also known as Helen Parr. But after the marriage, Mr. Incredible is face to face with lawsuits, causing him to retire as a superhero. For the next 15 years, the two now live with just normal lives. They have three kids -- 13-year-old Violet, 10-year-old Dash, and baby Jack-Jack. And like their parents, they each get their own powers -- invincibility and force fields, and running faster than the speed of light. But Jack-Jack appears to have no powers at all. Eventually, Bob gets fired from his current job after throwing his boss through several office walls. His old friend, Rick Dicker, cannot help him anymore because too much money is being wasted for the government. A mysterious agent contacts Bob and offers him a highly paid job: to defeat a renegade robot, the Omnidroid 08, in a place called Nomanisan. He accepts, and his work as a superhero is renewed. A supersuit designer, Edna Mode, offers brand new suits for him and his entire family. The Omnidroid turns out to have been designed by Syndrome, a villain who is none other than Buddy Pine. After Syndrome captures Bob, Helen heads to Nomanisan with Violet and Dash, leaving Jack-Jack behind with a babysitter named Kari. There, a battle is held between the Incredible family and Syndrome's henchmen. Syndrome goes to Metroville in order to become a "hero", and he brings his own Omnidroid with him. The Incredible family goes after him to Metroville, and they fight off the robot. On the way back home, Helen listens to the messages that Kari left. The last one reveals that there was a replacement babysitter -- who appears to be Syndrome. He kidnaps Jack-Jack and flies high up into the sky with his rocket boots. Then Jack-Jack reveals his superpowers, forcing Syndrome to drop him. Helen catches him, and Bob throws his car into Syndrome's escape vehicle, and the villain is killed after his cape gets caught in the engine. The vehicle explodes, and Violet shields the entire family right before the flames and debris rain on top of them. Three months later, the family is happier than ever. However, a new villain called the Underminer shows up from the ground and declares war.


Character's name Voiced by
Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible Craig T. Nelson
Helen Parr/Elastigirl Holly Hunter
Lucius Best/Frozone Samuel L. Jackson
Buddy Pine/Syndrome Jason Lee
Bomb Voyage Dominique Louis
Bomb Voyage (Japanese version) Patrick Osmond
Newsreel Narrator Teddy Newton
Mrs. Hogenson Jean Sincere
Jack-Jack Parr Eli Fucile
Jack-Jack Parr Maeve Andrews
Gilbert Huph Wallace Shawn
Dashiell 'Dash' Parr Spencer Fox
Bernie Kropp Lou Romano
Principal Wayne Canney
Violet Parr Sarah Vowell
Tony Rydinger Michael Bird
Mirage Elizabeth Peña
Rick Dicker Bud Luckey
Edna 'E' Mode Brad Bird
Kari Bret 'Brook' Parker
Honey Kimberly Adair Clark
Underminer John Ratzenberger

In Other Languages

Language Title
Spanish Los Increíbles
French Les Incroyable
Portuguese Os Incríveis
Japanese Mr.インクレディブル
Chinese 超人特攻隊
Korean 인크레더블
Thai รวมเหล่ายอดคนพิทักษ์โลก

Production timeline

  • Before 2002: Working titles of this film consisted of Untitled Brad Bird Pixar Project and The Invincibles.
  • April 22, 2002: The Incredibles was confirmed to be the title of the film before showing in theaters.
  • February 4, 2004: The Incredibles was confirmed a release date of November 5, 2004.

Release timeline

Format Country of origin Date
Teaser trailer USA May 30, 2003
Theatrical trailer #1 USA May 14, 2004
Original theatrical USA November 5, 2004
DVD/VHS Taiwan March 9, 2005
DVD/VHS USA March 15, 2005
DVD/VHS UK March 18, 2005
DVD/VHS Australia April 4, 2005
DVD/VHS Latin America April 11, 2005
DVD/VHS South Korea April 20, 2005
DVD/VHS France May 24, 2005
DVD/VHS Japan June 15, 2005
Trailer for Blu-ray Disc Worldwide October 21, 2010
Blu-ray Disc South Korea April 5, 2011
Blu-ray Disc USA April 12, 2011
Blu-ray Disc France April 13, 2011
Blu-ray Disc Australia April 20, 2011
Blu-ray Disc China April 28, 2011
Blu-ray Disc Latin America May 24, 2011
Blu-ray Disc UK June 27, 2011
Blu-ray Disc Japan July 6, 2011
On YouTube Worldwide March 11, 2012
4K UHD USA June 5, 2018

Advertised on:

  1. Finding Nemo (May 30–November 4, 2003)
  2. Brother Bear (March 30, 2004)

This film contained trailers for films like Chicken Little, Fox's Robots, Paramount's The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, and Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.

The Incredibles was Pixar's last film ever released on VHS, before the format phased out in 2006, leaving only the DVD to continue sales.


The Incredibles

The Incredibles -- The Official DVD Website

The Incredibles: The Official Blu-ray and DVD Website

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