Here's What THE INCREDIBLES Would Have Looked Like Directed By Christopher Nolan

Here's What THE INCREDIBLES Would Have Looked Like Directed By Christopher Nolan

The Dark Knight Trilogy director Christopher Nolan has tackled a variety of genres, but not an animated feature (yet!). So, what would happen if the man behind Interstellar had helmed Disney and Pixar's The Incredibles? Well, this cleverly put together trailer reveals all...



Well, that actually looks...amazing! It's hard to imagine Christopher Nolan ever tackling an animated movie (though you never know), but if he does, make it a dark superhero family drama made by Pixar. It doesn't sound like a Marvel/Pixar collaboration will ever happen - more on that can be found by clicking here - but a Nolan/Pixar one sounds even better, especially if you thrown in Hans Zimmer on scoring duties. So, who wants to start the petition to get Nolan to helm The Incredibles 2? Check out the video above and share your thoughts below.
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