The New Trailer For Inside Out 2 Introduces Us To A Brand New Emotion

The gang are all back for Pixar's latest sequel – along with a new arrival.
The first trailer for Inside Out is here
The first trailer for Inside Out is here

Disney and Pixar have unveiled the trailer for the long-awaited Inside Out sequel.

A follow-up to the Oscar-winning film was first announced in 2016, with Joy, Sadness, Anger, Envy and Disgust all returning for the second instalment.

However, this time around, the gang are set to be joined by a new emotion. Enter: Anxiety.

The introduction was made in a short teaser that depicts the existing emotions having their world turned around by their new arrival, who is portrayed by Stranger Things actor Maya Hawke.

“Our little girl is growing up so fast, and things couldn’t be better,” Joy is heard teasing at the beginning of the teaser, although seemingly it’s not to last.

It’s also hinted that Anxiety is not the only new kid on the block, though, as the new newcomer teases to the other emotions that she’s not alone.

Watch the clip for yourself below:

A poster for the film shared on Pixar’s social media accounts also teases as many as four new additions to the cast.

Inside Out first hit cinemas in 2015, and won huge critical acclaim, including an Oscar win for Best Animated Feature and a Best Original Screenplay nomination.

The film centres around a teenage girl, Riley, who – along with her five core emotions – has her life turned upside down when she and her family move to a new city.

Emmy winner Amy Poehler, The Office’s Phyllis Smith and Mindy Kaling, former Saturday Night Live star Bill Hader and comedian Lewis Black voiced Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Fear and Anger, respectively, with Kaitlyn Dias, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan and Richard King also among the voice cast.

Tony Hale will take over the role of Fear, while Liza Lapira replaces Mindy Kaling as Disgust.

Inside Out 2 is due to hit cinemas in June 2024.


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