Have you seen "The Incredibles" yet? If not, it's time you head to the theaters to catch this blockbuster movie. The hit animated Disney presentation of a Pixar film was the number one movie at the box office for the second weekend in a row last weekend and continues to soar. Millions of movie-goers packed the theaters on its opening weekend (Nov. 5) to see America's newest family of superheroes save the day! The film has already grossed more than $140 million in its opening week.
If you are one of the millions across the country who just can't get enough of The Incredibles, THQ lets you in on all the superhero action with The Incredibles video game. And here's a special treat for those who have seen the film and played the game. In the movie, Mr. Incredible uses a key password to access the villain's computer files. In the video game, players can use this same password to unlock an exclusive character ability!
If you remember this secret password, go try it now and see what happens! And if you don't remember, maybe it's time you go see the movie again!
For your reference, here are some more SUPER facts about "The Incredibles" film courtesy of Walt Disney Studios:
- Largest 3-day opening weekend in Walt Disney Studios history (besting "Finding Nemo" - $70.3 million)
- Largest opening in Pixar history
- Third largest November opening in history (behind "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets")
- Second largest animated film opening in history (behind "Shrek 2", which opened during this summer)
- Largest November opening for an animated film ("Monsters, Inc." which also opened in November, did $62.6 million)
- Largest opening for an animated film outside of summer (both "Shrek 2" and "Finding Nemo" were released in the summer)
- Biggest single-day gross in studio history ($29.5 million on Saturday - beating "Finding Nemo" opening Saturday which had $28 million)
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