Inside Out 2’ Trailer Unveils Pixar’s Emotional Evolution with New Character, Anxiety”
Disney and Pixar have just gifted us a sneak peek into the emotional rollercoaster that awaits in the summer of 2024 with the release of the trailer and poster for “Inside Out 2”.
This highly anticipated sequel promises to be a cinematic delight, filled with a myriad of emotions, including a new character—Anxiety.
Director Kelsey Mann shares insights into the addition of Anxiety, voiced by Maya Hawke, stating that this new emotion is set to shake things up within the headquarters of Riley’s mind.
“Anxiety might be new to the crew, but she’s not really the type to take a back seat,” Mann reveals. “That makes a lot of sense if you think about it in terms of what goes on inside all our minds.”
In the heart of this animation extravaganza is the hard work of Pixar’s Joy, bringing forth the much-anticipated “Inside Out 2” trailer.
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Inside Out 2’ Trailer Unveils Pixar’s
The sequel continues the narrative of the 2015 animated coming-of-age film, “Inside Out,” which revolved around 11-year-old Riley and the five emotions personified in her brain:
Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear, and Anger, voiced by an illustrious cast. The newest addition to this emotional ensemble is Anxiety, portrayed as a frazzled, orange character, promising to add a unique flavor to the emotional mix.
However, due to reported salary disputes, the familiar voices of Bill Hader and Mindy Kaling will not be returning as Fear and Disgust.
Instead, Tony Hale and Liza Lapira step into these roles, ensuring a fresh dynamic in the emotional landscape.
The original “Inside Out” depicted Riley’s struggles after moving from Minnesota to San Francisco, navigating the challenges of growing up and risking the loss of both friends and family
Joy and Sadness took center stage, embarking on a mind-bending adventure to help Riley find stability in her new environment.
Upon its initial release, “Inside Out” garnered critical acclaim, securing the 2016 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
Film critic Peter Debruge praised it as an “elegant and iconic visual metaphor” that goes beyond the screen, resonating with audiences on a profound level.
The sequel, announced in 2022 at Disney’s D23 Expo, is directed by Kelsey Mann, with Meg LeFauve, co-writer of the first film, returning to pen the script.
Mark your calendars as “Inside Out 2” is scheduled for a theatrical release on June 14, 2024, nearly nine years after the debut of its predecessor.
Pixar continues to captivate audiences with a tale that transcends the screen, promising an emotional journey that will linger in the hearts of viewers for years to come.
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