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Pixar has released a new clip from its upcoming release Inside Out.
The minute-long promo shows the emotions of 11-year-old Riley preparing for her first day at a new school in San Francisco.
An excited Joy (Amy Poehler) hands out tasks to some of her fellow emotions - Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black) and Disgust (Mindy Kaling) - before giving Sadness (Phyllis Smith) the important task of keeping all of Riley's sadness contained in a small circle.
The animated film will be released on June 19 in the Us and July 24 in the UK.
Watch a trailer for Pixar's Inside Out below: »
Whether you like it or not, the summer movie season is right around the corner! Of course, blockbusters sprout up all throughout the year, with movies like The Divergent Series: Insurgent and Furious 7 setting the box office on fire even before the "official" summer movie season kicks off...But the four-month period between May and August is simply jam-packed with big-budget tentpoles, outlandish comedies and even a few memorable indie dramas. Before you start snatching up tickets to your favorite summer movies, we have a handy guide breaking down all of the major studio blockbusters, and even a few independent flicks that have the potential to break out into the mainstream. Here our the 35 movies you simply can't miss this summer!
1Avengers: Age of Ultron - May 1
After a year off our screens, Pixar are back in a big way with Inside Out, and it has been announced that the animated trip through the human mind will be making it's world premiere at the 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival. To celebrate the announcement, a new clip has come online, which gives a great feeling of what to expect. Inside Out has a lot of potential to be pixar's most inventive and charming offering yet, and this clip offers the best look yet at crazy world director's Pete Docter (responsible for making legions of audiences tear up with............Up) and Ronnie Del Carmen have come up with. Released: 19th June 2015 (U.S.)/ 24th July 2015 (Irl/U.K.) Synopsis: From the tepuis of South America to a monster-filled metropolis, Academy Award®-winning director Pete Docter has taken audiences to unique and imaginative places. In 2015, he will take us to »
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Several cast members from the classic 1985 film will mark its 30th anniversary at Showmasters London Film and Comic Con in July.
Also attending are Lea Thompson (Lorraine), James Tolkan (Strickland), Claudia Wells (Jennifer), Marc McClure (Dave), Harry Waters Jr (Marvin Berry), Donald Fullilove (Goldie), Jeffrey Weissman (George McFly in II and III), Frances Lee McCain (Stella) and Ricky Dean Logan (Data).
Fans will also be able to take photos with the 1885 clock tower, 1955 clock tower, Gibson amp and guitar, Doc Brown tombstone and, of course, the DeLorean itself.
The cast will take part in a special Q&A session with a moderator with questions from the fans.
Showmasters has also created an initiative titled Up to 88!, which aims to raise $88,000 to support the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. »
Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it’s no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions – Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith). The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life. As Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San Francisco, turmoil ensues in Headquarters. Although Joy, Riley’s main and most important emotion, tries to keep things positive, the emotions conflict on how best to navigate a new city, »
- Gary Collinson
Animation fans are waiting with bated breath for Disney/Pixar’s “Inside Out” and for some the weight will be over when the film will have its world premiere at the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival! “Inside Out” is directed by Oscar winner Pete Docter, who also directed the first animated film to be Cannes’ opening ceremony film, Disney/Pixar’s “Up.” Docter, co-director Ronnie Del Carmen and producer Jonas Rivera (both of whom also worked on “Up”) will be at Cannes for the peremie, as well as members of the voice acting cast. Docter is happy to be a part of the Cannes film lineup. “We are overjoyed at being included in this [ Read More ]
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The characters in Pixar’s new 3D animation film Inside Out are getting ready to hit the Croisette. Selected in the Off-Competition category at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Oscar-winning director Pete Docter returns after presenting Up in 2009. Called Vice Versa in French, Inside Out features human emotions as characters -- and they are as colorful in every sense. The film takes place in the Cerebral Quarter, the control center inside 11-year-old Riley’s head, and five emotions are hard at work: Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), and Sadness (Phyllis Smith). And all five will walk the red carpet at this year's Cannes. Check out the Inside Out French posters below along with a translation of the taglines. The film opens in France on June 17th and in the U.S. on June 19th. "Move over, we’re going up the red carpet steps! »
- Talia Soghomonian
Academy Award® winner Pete Docter, who helmed Disney/Pixar’s ‘Up’ (the first animated film ever to be the Festival’s Opening-Ceremony film), directs ‘Inside Out,’ an original new movie from Pixar Animation Studios. Docter, producer Jonas Rivera (‘Up’), and co-director Ronnie Del Carmen (‘Up’) will be on hand in Cannes, along with members of the all-star English-language voice cast. “We are overjoyed at being included in this year’s official selection at Cannes,” said Docter. “With ‘Inside Out,’ we spent years imagining and then building never-before-seen settings and characters within the mind. It was an incredible, fun and exciting challenge and now we can’t wait to share it with the world.” About The Movie Do you ever look at someone and wonder what is going on inside their head? Disney?Pixar?s original new film ?Inside Out? ventures inside the mind to find out. Based in Headquarters, the control center inside 11-year-old Riley? »
Disney•Pixar's Inside Out not only ventures inside the mind...It's heading to the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival for its World Premiere. Academy Award winner Pete Docter, who helmed Disney•Pixar's Up (the first animated film ever to be the Festival's Opening-Ceremony film), directs Inside Out, an original new movie from Pixar Animation Studios. Pete Docter, producer Jonas Rivera (Up), and co-director Ronnie Del Carmen (Up) will be on hand in Cannes, along with members of the all-star English-language voice cast. Along with this news comes the first clip and these words from Pete Docter:
"We are overjoyed at being included in this year's official selection at Cannes. With Inside Out, we spent years imagining, and then building, never-before-seen settings and characters within the mind. It was an incredible, fun and exciting challenge and now we can't wait to share it with the world."
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Pixar has released the first Inside Out clip online. From director Pete Docter (Up, Monsters, Inc.), the film explores the inner world of an 11-year-old girl, Riley Anderson (Kaitlyn Dias), where the personifications of her emotions run the show. When Riley is uprooted from her home in the Midwest so her father can take a new job in San Francisco, Fear (Bill Hader), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), and Joy (Amy Poehler) try to help her cope with the sudden change. In this clip, Joy takes point on preparing all the emotions for what they need to do for Riley’s first day at school, and it highlights the central conflict between Joy not understanding the point of Sadness and trying to shove her aside. It’s a great little clip that tells us a lot in a little bit of time, and I love the »
- Matt Goldberg
With Warner Bros.’ “Mad Max: Fury Road” and Pixar’s “Inside Out” both premiering at Cannes, a thought from some is: is the Croissette becoming more mainstream? The answer: hardly. Outside of those two tentpoles that are both out of competition, there’s only four American productions in competition at Cannes (and two of the four filmmakers are non-American). Some mainstream highlights are always a good way for the festival to offset its arty and foreign taste (look at the full line-up this year and you’ll see very few mainstream concessions), and it's been doing this for years (see “Maleficent” and “The Great Gatsby” for recent examples). This will be Pixar’s second time at Cannes, and it’s a repeat for director Pete Docter — his film “Up” was the first animated film to be the festival’s opening-ceremony movie. “We are overjoyed at being included in this year's official selection at Cannes, »
- Edward Davis
What goes on inside your head during your first day at a new school? Pixar’s Inside Out answers that question with a brand new clip from the film. Your emotions are likely running wild in trying to prepare for what’s in store, whether that’s pondering any and all catastrophic events that could occur, planning a slammin’ outfit to impress classmates, and just staying positive. Watch the latest footage below. Inside Out is directed by Pete Docter of Up and Monsters Inc., and it attempts to show a world that’s both familiar but never before seen: inside your own mind. Riley is a young girl who moved from her home in Minnesota to San Francisco, and that means going to a new school. But this isn’t really about Riley, it’s about the emotions living inside her head. Seen »
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Disney•Pixar’s Inside Out not only ventures inside the mind – it’s heading to the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival for its World Premiere.
Academy Award winner Pete Docter, who helmed Disney•Pixar’s Up (the first animated film ever to be the Festival’s Opening-Ceremony film), directs Inside Out, an original new movie from Pixar Animation Studios. Docter, producer Jonas Rivera (Up), and co-director Ronnie Del Carmen (Up) will be on hand in Cannes, along with members of the all-star English-language voice cast.
“We are overjoyed at being included in this year’s official selection at Cannes,” said Docter. “With ‘Inside Out,’ we spent years imagining – and then building – never-before-seen settings and characters within the mind. It was an incredible, fun and exciting challenge and now we can’t wait to share it with the world.”
Do you ever look at someone and »
- Michelle McCue
Star-studded English-language dramas from Todd Haynes, Gus Van Sant, Denis Villeneuve, Justin Kurzel, Paolo Sorrentino and Matteo Garrone will vie for the Palme d’Or alongside new films by Valerie Donzelli, Jacques Audiard, Hou Hsiao-hsien and Jia Zhangke at the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival, which unveiled its official selection lineup on Thursday.
While there are only two U.S. directors in competition — Haynes with “Carol,” a 1950s lesbian love story starring Cate Blanchett, and Van Sant with his suicide drama “The Sea of Trees,” pairing Matthew McConaughey and Ken Watanabe — this year’s Palme race looks to feature more high-profile Hollywood talent than any in recent memory. Canada’s Villeneuve (“Prisoners,” “Enemy”) will bring his Mexican drug-cartel drama “Sicario,” with Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin, while Australia’s Kurzel (“The Snowtown Murders”) secured a Palme berth for “Macbeth,” his Shakespeare adaptation toplining Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. »
- Justin Chang and Elsa Keslassy
The summer movie season is nigh upon us, and this year particular seems to be one that cinephiles have been waiting on for a while. The team here at Cinelinx are just as excited about the films slated to hit this summer and our contributors took the time to break down the films they’re most looking forward to seeing.
Summer 2015 looks like it will be a good one for movies. It seems like there is something for everyone to enjoy. As such, expectations are running high. These are the films that we're most excited to see.
Check back with us throughout the next few months to see if they make the grade.
Jurassic World - The original Jurassic Park film has had a tremendous impact on my life, helping to spark my love of the film industry, and one of the leading factors into me getting into post-production in school. »
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The middle of Spring actually means a new selection of summer blockbusters to look forward to, and with a ton of big-budget films slated to come out within the next few months and beyond, the summer of 2015 looks like one to remember.
From the new Mad Max (which is already on our end-of -year top ten list event though we haven’t yet seen it) to Avengers, Poltergeists, male strippers, talking teddy bears, and a reboot of the Jurassic Park franchise, this summer’s trips to the theaters will be jam-packed with sequels and new tales. From May 1st right through to the end of August, some of the movies on our list could wind up on year-end “best of” lists or even receive some Oscar talk by December.
Grab your calendar, because Wamg has a rundown of this summer’s films we’re most excited about, so check them out below! »
- Movie Geeks
Last week, I saw the first two-thirds of "Inside Out" and got the chance to interview Pete Docter and several key animators, who you will read about in the lead up to the June 19th release. As you've witnessed from the trailers, Pixar is back at the top of its game with one of the most unique, ambitious, and emotionally resonant movies, taking us inside the mind of 11-year-old Riley (Kaitlin Dias), where we explore her five very animated emotions: Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), and Fear (Bill Hader). Read More: Previewing Pixar's "Inside Out" Speaking of fear, it's a major thematic thread in all three of Docter's movies. In fact, "Monsters, Inc." was initially about an accountant whose fears come to life as monsters, and the idea for "Up" stemmed from his fear that work was becoming too oppressive, and he fantasized about running away. »
- Bill Desowitz
In late March, journalists in Toronto (including We Got This Covered) got the chance to see an exclusive sneak peek of one of 2015’s most anticipated films, Disney and Pixar’s Inside Out.
The animated comedy, opening in North America on June 19, tells the story of Riley (voiced by Kaitlyn Dias), an adolescent girl moving to San Francisco and trying to adjust to a new life. However, much of the film is not seen through Riley’s eyes; rather, most of it takes place in her mind, as five central emotions guide the young girl. Amy Poehler leads the voice cast as Joy, the bubbly ringleader in the emotion-based headquarters. Joining Poehler is Lewis Black as Anger, Bill Hader as Fear, Mindy Kaling as Disgust and Phyllis Smith as Sadness.
- Jordan Adler
Last week, I joined a group of journalists at Pixar in Emeryville, where we were shown the first hour of "Inside Out," this summer's new Pixar film. You can get a look at some of what we did in this gallery, and you can see some concept art for the film embedded below. The last interview of my day was with Jonas Rivera, who produced “Inside Out.” Rivera started at Pixar as an intern, making him pretty much the walking incarnation of a success story at the studio. We’d spoken earlier in the day as part of a round-table along with director Pete Docter, but this was my chance to speak to Rivera one-on-one. Drew McWeeny: I said this when you were in the room earlier: I feel like each Pixar director at this point has a signature and has something that they bring to the table that makes their films different. »
- Drew McWeeny
How do you create something that’s familiar and relatable, but has never been seen before? That was the task director Pete Docter set out to accomplish with his next Pixar movie, Inside Out. After directing Monsters Inc. and Up for the animation giant, he pitched three story ideas to John Lasseter. While none of them were officially green lit at the time, he came back a couple weeks later with a new idea, to take audiences on a journey inside a young girl’s head to meet the emotions influencing her life. That was about five-and-a-half years ago, and Inside Out looks like it’ll be another hit for Pixar after it premieres this June 19. We were on hand at Pixar headquarters in Emeryville, California to get the inside story on Inside Out from Docter, producer Jonas Rivera and their animation team. As an added »
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