There are a lot of great movies coming out this year, including "Black Panther," "Deadpool 2," and "Ant-Man and the Wasp." Another film on that list is "Incredibles 2."

The first movie was fantastic and the sequel will be looking to follow in its shoes. "The Incredibles" had an entertaining story with a family transcending with different super powers, entertaining humor, and good action. Sneak peeks and trailers released so far show the sequel following the same successful formula and a new hero rising, along with trying to control a baby's super powers.

The sneak peek

A recent Sneak Peek of the movie has arrived, featuring some insight into the film regarding raising a child with crazy super powers and the mother Elastigirl rising to the occasion and having to leave home.

A surprise is that Mr. Incredible has to raise the family alone at home and struggles to do so. In many instances in the trailer, he falls asleep taking care of the child while reading him a book, or helping his son do math problems for homework.

So the new film will again be family-oriented just like the first movie, but with the father making sure things run smoothly at home. An example is him stating in the trailer that "I've got to succeed so she can succeed." But also, Elastigirl is making a decision for her career and he needs to respect that.

Also, the family still has to deal with fighting crime. A big question is whether the movie will have solid action like the first one did.

An interesting take

The movie seems very intriguing and offers another viewpoint when compared with other films arriving this year. An article via Vice by author River Donaghey gives clarification regarding the upcoming film, "Avengers: Infinity War may be full of a lot of things - oh lord, so many things - but the domestic trials and tribulations of parenting isn't one of them." So, "Incredibles 2" will appeal to families who want to go out and see a movie together.

And the baby, Jack-Jack, "seems to have developed the ability to teleport, shoot lasers out of his eyes, sneeze lightning, and morph into a little Hulk when he doesn't get a cookie." The plot of the movie looks incredible, with a good amount of humor. Also, mastermind Edna Mode is back too with her charm and short stature. She seems to be giving Bob Parr some advice on raising the child. The sequel is written and directed by the same person, Brad Bird, and he voices Edna.

"Incredibles 2" is set to arrive on June 15th.