Back in the director's chair for 'The Incredibles 2', Brad Bird looks set to deliver another exciting adventure for the superhero Parr family in a movie that picks up right where the original left off. Only a short teaser for the flick has been unveiled so far, but what that showcased was just how fast baby Jack-Jack was gaining super powers, shocking his parents in the process.

Bob Odenkirk isn't up for revealing all about his 'Incredibles' characterBob Odenkirk isn't up for revealing all about his 'Incredibles' character

Earlier this year, it was revealed that along with the returning cast, Bob Odenkirk would be joining the slew of voice actors in an undisclosed role, and now he's been questioned on whether he'll be one of the around 25 new heroes making their way onto the screen, or a villain hoping to take the heroes down.

Chatting with CinemaBlend, the actor was asked point blank if he was a bad guy, to which he replied: "I'm not going to wreck that... I would ruin my part of the movie if I told you, if I answered that question. That is exactly the question I’m not allowed to answer. So think about that. Think about that."

The reveal would certainly take away from the element of surprise that a lot of people enjoy when watching films of this type, but the fact that Odenkirk doesn't deny he'll be voicing a villain could be quite telling. He's got a history of playing slimy characters, such as criminal lawyer Saul Goodman in 'Breaking Bad' and 'Better Call Saul', so his acting chops in that department have certainly already been proven.

Catherine Keener's addition to the cast was also announced at the same time as Odenkirk, so it would be very interesting if the two were to take on a criminal duo not dissimilar to the one we saw in the original 'Incredibles' film, but this time, with the female in the leading role. We'll have to wait and see how this one turns out...

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'The Incredibles 2' is set to hit movie theatres on June 15, 2018.