"Inside Out 2:the first trailer for "Inside Out
Given that the first trailer for “Inside Out 2” was just released, it appears that Pixar fans will have their work cut out for them.
“Inside Out 2” is the follow-up to the 2015 animated feature “Inside Out.” Riley, the 11-year-old protagonist of the first movie, was represented by five different actors: Amy Poehler as Bill Hader as Fear, Mindy Kaling as Disgust, Lewis Black as Anger, Phyllis Smith as Sadness, and Joy. Anxiety is a new emotion that is introduced in the sequel’s trailer.
Following rumors of pay disagreements, Mindy Kaling and Bill Hader will not be back for the upcoming episode. Tony Hale and Liza Lapira, in that order, have taken their places.
In “Inside Out,” Riley, who had moved from Minnesota to San Francisco, found it difficult to adjust to her new environment. She was in a deep emotional turmoil due to the challenges of growing up, putting her family and friendships at risk.
“Inside Out” took us on an emotional journey through Riley’s mind, depicting happiness and sadness as they interacted in her head. The film encouraged us to understand our own emotions and empathize with others, presenting a beautiful and meaningful metaphor.
Following its initial release, “Inside Out” won the 2016 Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and was praised by critics. Variety’s Peter Debruge referred to it as “Pixar’s best film,” highlighting how it “takes audiences on a journey beyond the screen that they will carry with them long after the credits roll.” He described it as a “beautiful and insightful allegory for understanding our own emotions and showing empathy for others.”
In 2022, the sequel was first revealed at Disney’s D23 Expo. Kelsey Mann is directing it, and Meg LeFauve, who co-wrote the first movie, is penning the sequel.
Nearly nine years after the first movie’s release, on June 14, 2024, “Inside Out 2” is scheduled to open in theaters.
Little voices in Riley’s head know her inside and out, but when Disney and Pixar’s “Inside Out 2” opens in the summer, everything will change. Anxiety is the new emotion that will be introduced. The new character, played by Maya Hawke, may liven up the control center, but director Kelsey Mann says she’s not here to take a back seat.
The first “Inside Out 2” trailer was released on Thursday. The film explores the thoughts of teenage Riley, who is attempting to make space for new emotions during a turbulent period at headquarters. When anxiety appears, the emotions that have been in charge for a while—joy, sadness, anger, fear, and disgust—do not know quite how to react. It appears that she is not by herself.
In addition to returning actors Tony Hale as Fear, Phyllis Smith as Sadness, Lewis Black as Anger, and Amy Poehler as Joy, Hawke voices the character of Anxiety. Liza Lapira replaces Mindy Kaling as Disgust in the first movie. Mark Nielsen is the producer and Kelsey Mann is the director of the follow-up. In the summer of 2024, Disney and Pixar’s “Inside Out 2” is scheduled to open in theaters.
Riley’s teenage brain is revealed to us in “Inside Out 2″‘s opening scene. It looks like a big change is on the horizon when chaos breaks out at the headquarters. The 1980 song “Weird Science” by Oingo Boingo plays as the alarm goes off, and Riley is subjected to a destructive team of emotions in the colors red, purple, and green, which stand for various emotions, who refer to them as “Demo Day” and start to play havoc with his head.
Following the disturbance, Riley’s emotions discover that their console has unexpectedly turned orange. As she has grown older, a new emotion, anxiety (voiced by Maya Hawke), has also entered her thoughts.