Michael Giacchino will return to score Brad Bird’s The Incredibles 2
It’s not entirely a surprise, given that he’s been working with director Brad Bird on every single film Bird has helmed since the first The Incredibles in 2004, but today it’s official: Michael Giacchino will return to score The Incredibles 2. What’s more, Bird even shared some proof, tweeting out the below video of Michael Giacchino actually signing the Incredibles 2 contract. Check it out below!
“I don’t think I could have made this movie right away,” Bird told ComingSoon.net earlier this year when asked if the past ten years had changed his point of view on the characters at all. “Nor would I want to. I always want to break things up with something else. I know some directors who have done a movie and then, the very next thing they do is the sequel to that movie. Unless it’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ and it was always conceived of us doing it that way, I will always want to break it up with something else and then come back to it. That said, I’m really looking forward to playing with this playset again.”
While Bird is staying mum for the time being on specifics regarding the Incredibles 2 story, he did hint that some of the elements in the script are connected to ideas that didn’t make it into the original film.
“I had a bunch of ideas that I wanted to put in ‘The Incredibles,'” he said, “but they just didn’t fit. Certain ideas fit, but other things make you go, ‘This is great, but I’d have to give up two other things that matter more to me to get this other thing in.’ So there were a pile of ideas left over from ‘The Incredibles,’ but it’s not a big thing. There were little scenes and things that I was interested in. I wanted to come up with sort of an over-arching idea that connected to the first film that went somewhere different. That’s the one that took a little more time.”
Look for The Incredibles 2 to hit theaters June 21, 2019.
@m_giacchino signs to do the music for INCREDIBLES 2. Happy Thanksgiving, everybody! pic.twitter.com/9Ipo2urPvD
— Brad Bird (@BradBirdA113) November 25, 2015