Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out will have its world premiere during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival. It will be the first animated film ever to be the Festival’s Opening Ceremony film. For more, follow the jump.
Things are tough for Riley – her family has moved to San Francisco and she doesn’t know anyone at school. Her dad is preoccupied with the new job and her mom is still getting things settled in their new home. Small wonder that she’s struggling a bit.
Inside Out is the story of Riley’s emotions – Joy, Sadness, Anger, Disgust and Fear – and how they react to this new chapter of her life.
Check out the new trailer for Inside Out following the jump. Inside Out will be in theaters on June 19th.
Rejoice! Disney•Pixar is taking chances again! The studio’s next film, Inside Out, is set inside the mind of Riley, a girl from the Midwest who has had to move to San Francisco because of her father’s new job. Inside Out follows her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness as they try to guide her through this unexpected new journey while being conflicted on what, exactly, her path should be.
Inside Out comes from Oscar®-winning director Pete Docter (Monsters, Inc and Up) and stars Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling and Phyllis Smith. As always, the new Disney•Pixar film will be accompanied by a short – Lava. Follow the jump for a look at the poster for Lava and the storyline for Inside Out.
On this episode of GeekScholars Movie News, the crew reports on a ton of news regarding many projects, generating some really fascination discussions including the future of Pixar, minorities in film, and altering canon. Hit the jump for more, or play above to listen now.
The new trailer for Disney•Pixar’s Monsters University cleverly plays on recruitment videos for specialized institutions of higher learning before segueing into scenes from the actual movie. Check it out following the jump.
Part of the fun of going to university is becoming part of a prestigious fraternity or sorority (or so I’m told) – and since the heroes of Monsters, Inc. went to university, one has to wonder what the Greek Experience was like for them.
Now, thanks to the fine folks at Disney•Pixar, we get a peek into the Greek culture of Monster University. Check out the fraternity and sorority portraits of the film’s characters – along with society descriptions – following the jump.