New Trailer from INSIDE OUT, the Original Disney Pixar Movie that will take us to explore the emotions inside the mind.
U.S. release date: June 19, 2015
Address: Pete Docter
Co-Director: Ronnie del Carmen
Producer: Jonas Rivera
From a balloon-on-the-cloud adventure to a monster-filled metropolis, Academy Award-winning director® Pete Docter ("Monsters, Inc.", "Up") has taken audiences to unique and imaginative locations. In the original Disney film • Pixar "Inside Out", it will take us to the most extraordinary location of the entire mind.
Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it's no exception for Riley, who uprooted his life in the Midwest when his father starts a new job in San Francisco.
Like all of us, Riley is guided by his emotions – Joy (Joy) (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Black Lewis), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (sadness) (Phyllis Smith). Emotions live at Headquarters, the center of control inside Riley's mind, where they help him advise through everyday life. As Riley and his emotions strive to adjust to a new life in San Francisco, confusion occurs at Headquarters. Although joy, Riley's main and most important emotion, tries to keep things positive, conflicting emotions about the best way to navigate a new city, home and school.
New Disney/Pixar's INSIDE OUT Trailer
- Pete Docter is the Oscar-winning director for "Up." He made his directorial debut with Disney Pixar's hit hit "Monsters, Inc.", which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Animated Film. Together with John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton, Docter developed the story and characters of "Toy Story", Pixar's first feature film, for which he also served as an animation supervisor. He served as a storyboard artist on "Bugs" and wrote the initial story treatment for "Toy Story 2" As one of The Main Creative Collaborators of Pixar Animation Studios, Docter earned an Oscar nomination for his story credit for his credit for the story original on Disney • Pixar gold Globe®- and Oscared "WALL • e".
- Jonas Rivera produced the Academy Award-winning film®"Up," for which she was nominated for best picture. Prior to "Up," he had worked on almost every Pixar film since arriving at Pixar Animation Studios in 1994, starting with "Toy Story" for which he served as a production office assistant. His later credits include "The Matrix" (as art department coordinator), "Toy Story 2" (as marketing and creative resources coordinator), "Monsters, Inc." (as the chief art department) and the winning Golden Globe "Cars" (as head of production).