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Inside Out 2TBCTBC

RELEASE DATE: 14/06/2024

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Inside Out 2 Poster
CAST: Amy Poehler, Tony Hale, Diane Lane, Lewis Black, Phyllis Smith, Liza Lapira, Maya Hawke
DIRECTOR: Pete Docter, Kelsey Mann
RUN TIME: 1 hour 26 minutes
RELEASE DATE: 14/06/2024

The little voices inside Riley’s head know her inside and out—but next summer, everything changes when Disney and Pixar’s “Inside Out 2” introduces a new Emotion: Anxiety. According to director Kelsey Mann, the new character promises to stir things up within headquarters. “Anxiety, voiced by Maya Hawke, might be new to the crew, but she’s not really the type to take a back seat,” said Mann. “That makes a lot of sense if you think about it in terms of what goes on inside all our minds.” A trailer, poster and film stills are now available for what promises to be the feel-good (or feel-everything) film of Summer 2024.

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