Pixar fans rejoice as the highly-anticipated trailer for “Inside Out 2” has finally been released. The animated sequel, which follows the 2015 coming-of-age film “Inside Out,” has gotten fans buzzing with excitement.
“Inside Out” was a heartwarming film that revolved around the emotions of 11-year-old Riley. The original cast of emotions, including Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear, and Anger, make a grand return in the sequel. However, a new emotion named Anxiety is introduced in the thrilling trailer, adding a new dynamic to the story.
While fans are eagerly awaiting the release of this beloved sequel, some cast changes have caused a stir. Bill Hader and Mindy Kaling, who voiced Fear and Disgust respectively in the first film, did not return for “Inside Out 2” due to reported salary disputes. They have been replaced by the talented Tony Hale and Liza Lapira, who are sure to bring their own unique touch to the characters.
“Inside Out” was met with critical acclaim and even won the prestigious Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2016. The film’s success and popularity among audiences set the stage for the announcement of a sequel. In 2022, at Disney’s D23 Expo, it was revealed that “Inside Out 2” was in the works. Kelsey Mann, who served as co-director of the first film, will take on the role of director for the sequel. Meg LeFauve, the writer of the original film, will also return to pen the script for the highly-anticipated follow-up.
Fans will have to wait patiently until June 14, 2024, to immerse themselves in the world of Riley and her colorful emotions once again. The almost nine-year gap between the original film and its sequel only heightens the excitement and anticipation for what promises to be another remarkable journey into the human psyche.
With the release of the first trailer, “Inside Out 2” has already generated considerable buzz among Pixar lovers. As the release date draws nearer, fans can hardly contain their excitement for the return of this beloved animated franchise.
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