Incredibles DVD to Tell Jack-Jack's Story

Earlier I mentioned The Incredibles coming to DVD in March. Via Demure Thoughts we find a USA Today story on a new short film on the DVD, “Jack-Jack's Attack.”

Jack-Jack's Attack chronicles “what takes place at the house with (babysitter) Kari and Jack-Jack while the rest of the family is on the way to the island or on the island,” Pixar DVD producer Ann Brilz says. As the story plays out, the toddler reveals his latent powers.

The kids loved this movie and were rolling on the floor over Jack-Jack's antics. I'm sure they'll love this short feature on the DVD. links:

Josh Poulson

Posted Friday, Jan 28 2005 10:10 AM

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