Well I wanted you to stop adding Timmy to the Team Neutron page because the trilogy isn't canon to the shows, but you kept doing it. Even though the rules say that non-canon stuff doesn't count as part of the franchise. I warned you to stop adding Timmy to the page. I'll tell you what...I'll unblock you if you promise to obey the rules of canocity from now on.
Jack-Jack will not be the main focus of the sequel, he has not been confirmed in such a role yet wait til D23 next year before making such predictions.
Plus the sequel should focus more on Violet and her relationship with her parents getting in the way of her personal life (which is something Disney/Pixar has not done yet, a story where the oldest family member runs off on her own to find herself), as she's more fitting to be the rebelling teenager, seeing as she's a teen right now (Jack-Jack doesn't have to be the main focus to get development on his character as he can team up with Dash and Frozone to find her, before the parents do).
WinslowOddballs456 wrote: I'm pretty sure he will be the main character. I read several articles.
Those are completely fake fumors that are trying to lie to the fanbase (and there are enough people that are dumb enough out there to fall for them), plus Bird's keeping this sequel's development a complete secret for a reason other than not making it just another superhero film to clutter up the already overinflated superhero genre (it's the reason why these rumors are popping up as we the fans are getting super impaitent as we waited over 10 years for a sequel) and I don't think it'll be focused on Jack-Jack (as Bird wants to surprise the fans this time around, Jack-Jack's too far obivous to use in this case as the entire world would be expecting it (hence the rumors popping up), but he can fit in as a main major character like Nemo did for Dory (just not as the main lead as there are the other 4 family members who have far more character development like Violet or Dash that could be focused on more (Violet is more likely to be the rebelling teenager now that she's dating Tony).
Wait patiently for D23 next year, that's where we'll get our news on the story (unless Disney/Pixar goofs on us like they did with Toy Story 4), plus Disney/Pixar needs it's cute token character anyways (which he does fine in), not a full-length Jack-Jack Attack (as that's selling out the characters).
WinslowOddballs456 wrote: We'll have to find out for sure.
And thus why we shouldn't be making up rumors, rumors only make the fans want it more (and let's face it, not everyone wants a grown-up Parr Family on the big screen, because that could create big plot holes (fans have been waiting for Bomb-Voyage's return after that small scene in the beginning of the 1st film so he can have a pay-off) it's why I'm thinking the sequel will have a much smaller timeskip (as most non-Toy Story sequels do), plus The Incredibles needs it cute token character in Jack-Jack anyways (sure he'll be a little older, bascially making him the new Nemo.)
Henry the Obese Engine wrote: If Winslow is not allowed to follow a theory, why are you making your own theories about the direction of the movie?
The fan-theories that he's following are exactly the same theories that's been out for at least 2 years since the sequel's announcement, plus we need to wait patiently rather than spouting out random rumors that are clearly not true.
The reason I made up my own fan-theories is because I know exactly how Disney/Pixar will tackle the film's direction (look at their past sequels and you'll see a theme going around and the fact that they reuse the same designs as they did for the films that preceded them before (with minor alterations), they'll keep the cast's looks exactly like they were in the 1st film, all because of marketing (also Bird's writing and directing it which helps solidify it), it's hard to sell the Parr family if they're all grown up, it just doesn't feel right (had Bird chosen not to return, then aging the family would have been more likely).
Granted another theory just popped into my head, thinking we might not get a grown-up Parr family at all, but rather we'll get Bob and Helen's parents involved somehow (which could play into Disney/Pixar's favor), although I think that's better off for a prequel story (it could work in a sequel story).
I have already been aware of those websites and videos for a month now and I know a lot more than you think. It is basically an independent film/short series to support traditional animation and in recent activity as of today there is no evidence saying it will be Disney property, this is a independent film made by Disney animator James Lopez.
There isn't anything wrong, Two Dimensional animation was acceptable for its time no question about it, its just as the years pass there is progress. We're living in a period where we are advanced use it for our creative advantages and in this day and age, computer animation is more efficient. Don't get me wrong it would be fantastic to see traditional animation again.
As for the campaign, it ended at the end of last month, $470,726 was donated and now they are currently working on short films and if all goes well, they adapt it into a feature film or something.