'The Incredibles' stars say sequel brings in 'people from all generations'

Holly Hunter and Craig T. Nelson talk to "GMA" about what it was like recording their voices for "The Incredibles 2" 14 years after the first film came out.
4:19 | 06/14/18

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I am here with two incredible guest, Oscar winning actress Holly Hunter back in "The incredibles 2" as everyone's favorite supergirl hero mom, elastigirl. And also Emmy winning actor Craig T. Nelson who is back as the father of the crime fighting clan, Mr. Incredible himself. You know, it is great to have you both here. Thank you guys for joining us. Pleasure. It has been 14 years since the first "The incredibles" movie. 14 years. Time flies. Seems like it was just yesterday but this movie resonates with so many people, young and old so how does it feel to be a part of something that just continues for 14 years and feels like yesterday to everyone? Well, first off I think that it's fun that the movie picks up exactly where the first one left off. It's like 15 seconds later the second one begins, even though we're 14 years down the line. But I think that, you know, the movie really, it brings in people from all generations, I mean, you can go see "The incredibles 2" if you're 95 and get a real charge out of it the same as if you're -- your kids are 13. 13, yeah. They're going to love it. They loved the first one. I'm sure they'll love this one. You mentioned 14 years. You mentioned it picks up because the baby has not aged one bit in 14 years. Right. But I'm curious for both of you, after 14 years do you have to go back and watch the first movie to kind of get a sense and get that feel back for what to do. I did. I did. Because it had been 14 years and I didn't think we were going to do another one and I kind of forgot -- I didn't even know I was in the first one so anyway, went back and looked at it to get the vocal register because he was picking -- Brad, the director was picking it up right after the first one ended so there was a different vocal register. I had been doing "Parenthood" and there was a different voice for the guy I was playing and so that was my task. How long does it take you to guys to get back into it, though? Is it just once you start doing it pretty immediate or takes a while. I don't know. I think, you know, we both recorded only with Brad, the director, the creator, the genius so when I was suddenly in a room once again in a recording studio and there was Brad opposite me, I don't know, it just was so familiar, I mean it took us about 2 1/2 years in the recording studio with Brad to do the first "The incredibles." So to be there again with him just felt incredibly like we're back. You are back. We're happy you're back. We're so happy you're back we're going to take a look at a clip of you being back. Hey. All right, so here's a clip of "The incredibles 2." A knew ee lastycycle. I had a mohawk of there's a lot you didn't know about me. A mohawk? You didn't miss anything. Oh, yeah. This one is electric. What's that mean? Oh. It means it's torquey. I'll get the hang of it. You will be great. I will be great and you will too. And the voices -- your voices are so recognizable so have you ever had any kids recognize you from your choice and go, you're Mr. Incredible? Well, yeah, I've had mothers in the grocery store say to their 7-year-old that's Mr. Incredible and the kid absolutely looking at you like you're crazy or the mother is crazy. Do something. Do something that's Mr. Incredible. Do something. Showtime. And the kid goes, nah. You know. It's just embarrass something what it is. You're not the guy. I'm not the guy. But I tell you what you guys, I'm so happy you're here and so happy we got to this movie 14 years later and everyone is looking forward to it. Everybody looking forward to this? Yes. And we are -- I'm definitely in with my twins this weekend for father's day. "The incredibles 2," it is in

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