'Incredibles 2': First Reactions from the Premiere

The sequel has a shot at posting the top domestic opening of all time for an animated film.

Disney and Pixar's famous family of superheroes have finally been reunited for the big screen. The Incredibles 2 premiere was held Hollywood Tuesday to give the first glimpse of writer-director Brad Bird's sequel to the 2004 hit.

Incredibles 2 opens June 15 and is tracking for a big opening weekend The film is poised for a $140 million-plus debut in North America, which would make it the top domestic opening for an animated movie, passing up the $135 million debut of Finding Dory in 2016.

The film voice stars, Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell, Samuel L. Jackson and John Ratzenberger, along with series newcomers Bob Odenkirk, Catherine Keener, Sophia Bush and Isabella Rossellini. It centers on Mr. Incredible (Nelson) adjusting to life as stay-at-home father while his wife Elastigirl (Hunter) spends her days saving the world. Eventually a conflict forces the entire family to put on their costumes and defeat a new threat. 

Reviews for The Incredibles 2 are still under embargo, so this is the first time audiences are getting to weigh in publicly on the sequel. Here is what the crowd from the premiere screening has to say about Incredibles 2.