Megamind trailer: Dr. Horrible meets The Incredibles?

DreamWorks Animation is entering the territory of The Incredibles and Dr. Horrible with its new superhero spoof Megamind; view the trailer below.

Yahoo! posted the trailer for the new movie, which features the voices of Will Ferrell as the title supervillain, Tina Fey as a spunky reporter and Brad Pitt (!) as the superhero Metro Man. Below is the official description:

When super villain Megamind (Ferrell) defeats his archrival Metro Man (Pitt), the world should be his oyster. But instead, Megamind falls into total despair. It turns out that life without a rival is life without a point for him. So, he creates a new superhero rival, Titan (Hill). Unfortunately, the new hero wants to be a super villain, too. Caught in the middle, star reporter Roxanne Ritchi (Fey) asks the tough questions: Who can we turn to? Who has what it takes to stand up to this menace? Who will defend the innocent? Megamind! That's who.

Megamind opens Nov. 5.

Look kinda familiar? And didn't Rainn Wilson play kind of the same character in last year's Monsters vs. Aliens, which we loved, by the way?

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