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Tue
Mar 10 2015 12:20pm

Your Emotions Go to Imagination Land in the New Inside Out Trailer

new Disney Pixar Inside Out trailer Amy Poehler memories Imagination Land

The latest trailer for Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out, like the others, looks wonderfully charming. Amy Poehler leads the pack as Joy, the lead emotion in young Riley’s head, who along with Sadness gets hurtled out into some in-between space. It’s not the real world, but their absence from “headquarters” leaves their young charge prone to some drastic mood swings.

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Wed
Dec 10 2014 2:10pm

Pixar’s New Trailer for Inside Out Gives Us The Parents’ Perspective!

Inside Out

Most movies aimed at kids stay squarely in the kid’s point-of-view, but Pixar has always defied this trope by giving us well-rounded adults, too. (Has there been a more dedicated cinematic Dad than Marlin? A more realistic married couple than Bob and Helen Parr?) This UK trailer for Inside Out is no exception, taking us into the minds of main character Riley’s parents, as well as giving us a glimpse of Riley’s own purple-hued mind! There is also a Brazilian helicopter pilot.

[Check out the full trailer below!]

Thu
Oct 2 2014 1:06pm

Meet Your Emotions in Disney/Pixar’s First Inside Out Trailer

Disney Pixar Inside Out trailer

The first teaser trailer for Pete Docter’s next Disney/Pixar film, Inside Out, is here! Though we don’t get to see much footage, the teaser sets us up for the film by reminding us of how Disney/Pixar movies—including Docter’s Monsters Inc. and Up—tend to tug on your emotions.

Now Pixar is personifying those emotions themselves. We get to dive into the head of young Riley, and meet the emotions who keep everything running smoothly-ish.

[Introducing... Joy, Anger, Fear, Disgust, and Sadness]

Tue
Jun 24 2014 8:00am

Morning Roundup: We Would Totally Watch Disney’s Snow Wombat

Delightful illustrator Gemma Correll posted this delightful illustration on Twitter! Maybe this can end all the Disney Princess reimaginings? Is anyone going to top “Australasian Land Mammals”? We think not.

Morning Roundup never expected the Spanish Inquisition! Well, OK, we’re reporting on a list of favorite Monty Python sketches, so we did actually expect the Spanish Inquisition. And The Fish-Slapping Dance. But we never expected a trampoline in a mine shaft! Or a crowd surfing scientist!

[Or the Jurassic Park theme at its most majestic!]

Wed
Apr 17 2013 3:30pm

Pixar Confirms New Pete Docter Movie Inside Out For 2015

Pixar confirms Inside Out concept art Pete Docter Up emotions little girl mind June 19, 2015

Since we left the movie theater happy-sobbing at Disney•Pixar’s Up in 2009, we’ve wondered what writer-director Pete Docter would do for his follow-up. The studio has had him slotted in for “Untitled Disney•Pixar ‏Inside The Mind Film” for years now, but finally they’ve confirmed that Docter’s movie Inside Out is indeed happening.

And as you might have guessed from this rad concept art, Inside Out is going where no Disney•Pixar film has yet explored... the human mind. But there’s even more to this project!

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Mon
Oct 25 2010 9:36am

The Blog that Turns People Inside Out

Screamers movie posterConfession: I suffered from a childhood fear that my body would turn inside out. Either some external force would evert me like a used sock puppet or my body would just up and reverse itself. Either way, my unease was palpable, and it all traces back to the 1979 film Screamers.

I mean just look at that VHS cover! I was 8 years old when I first saw that on the shelf of the local video store. And since my family didn’t rent horror, it was decades before I found out that ABSOLUTELY NO ONE turns inside out in this film.*

*Worse still, it seems that the distributers actually filmed a gruesome man-turns-inside-out scene for the U.S. trailer but didn’t add it to the film itself. Audiences went ballistic. BadMovies.org has lots of great info on this film right here.

But ever up to the challenge, my 8-year-old brain cooked up its own terrifying visions of blood-spurting inside-out men. I imagined doctors powerless to reverse the condition. A few years passed before I actually stopped to ask if total body eversion were even possible—or why the inside-out man from Screamers has blue jeans on.

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Mon
Oct 25 2010 9:36am

The Blog that Turns People Inside Out

Screamers movie posterConfession: I suffered from a childhood fear that my body would turn inside out. Either some external force would evert me like a used sock puppet or my body would just up and reverse itself. Either way, my unease was palpable, and it all traces back to the 1979 film Screamers.

I mean just look at that VHS cover! I was 8 years old when I first saw that on the shelf of the local video store. And since my family didn’t rent horror, it was decades before I found out that ABSOLUTELY NO ONE turns inside out in this film.*

*Worse still, it seems that the distributers actually filmed a gruesome man-turns-inside-out scene for the U.S. trailer but didn’t add it to the film itself. Audiences went ballistic. BadMovies.org has lots of great info on this film right here.

But ever up to the challenge, my 8-year-old brain cooked up its own terrifying visions of blood-spurting inside-out men. I imagined doctors powerless to reverse the condition. A few years passed before I actually stopped to ask if total body eversion were even possible—or why the inside-out man from Screamers has blue jeans on.

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