18 January 2013 9:44 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Dear everyone in Hollywood, when you have something as cool as this in your closet of exclusives, be a doll and promptly share it with the world would ya? 'Kay.

Yesterday, director Brad Bird must've been feeling generous or a touch nostalgic because he tweeted out a gander at this awesome unreleased "The Incredibles" goody — a hand-painted poster by Robert McGinnis of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and Bond series artwork fame — nearly a decade after the film's 2004 release.

We're stunned by both the incredible (sorry) detailing and the fact that this has been sitting on a shelf somewhere unseen by the movie-loving public for so long. Shame! Better late than never, we suppose. In all fairness, the poster does reveal a few spoilers about the events of the pic — like Violet Parr's eventually-developed blue power shield and Syndrome's giant arm-slinging war robot.

Pixar outdid itself with the lush and advanced animation on "The Incredibles, »

- Amanda Bell

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