Inside Out 2: All Teens Would Have Recognized It, But This Very Funny Idea Was Not Kept for the Pixar Film – Cinema News

Inside Out 2: All Teens Would Have Recognized It, But This Very Funny Idea Was Not Kept for the Pixar Film – Cinema News
Inside Out 2: All Teens Would Have Recognized It, But This Very Funny Idea Was Not Kept for the Pixar Film – Cinema News

The director of “Inside Out 2” reveals an idea that he almost used in the second part and that he now hopes to be able to use “in the future”: discover this island of the special personality that would have made us laugh…

After Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust, all introduced in the first part, Inside Out 2 introduced new characters representing more complex emotions like anxiety, boredom, embarrassment, envy and nostalgia. But did you know that other emotions had been proposed as well as a very particular personality island that would have spoken a lot to teenagers but also to adults?

In a recent interview with ComicBook, the director of Vice-Versa 2Kelsey Mann, revealed one idea that didn’t make the cut, a personality island called “Procrastination Land” that he’d like to see be part of a potential third film.


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Indeed, the first part presented the islands, these floating lands that feed Riley’s personality traits such as ice hockey, his great passion, but also that of family, nonsense, friendship or even honesty. “Procrastination Land” could therefore be part of these special islands.

One of my favorites is a place we came up with called Procrastination Land. It’s an island that I absolutely own, especially as a teenager. It was an island that had a big sign that said ‘Procrastination Land’ and then ‘Coming Soon.’ And Anger was like, ‘When are they going to start building this place?! It’s just sitting there!’ They never built anything. It’s such a funny idea. We had a hard time figuring out how it fits into this particular story. I’m not going to tell you everything, there’s other really funny stuff. So I’m like, ‘This has to be used in some way in the future.’’”

Other emotions considered

Screenwriter Meg LeFauve revealed the other emotions that were ultimately not retained.

I think in terms of emotion, we really tried for a while to include shame in the film and guilt. Shame is more of a form of self-loathing, something that attacks you. We talked to a lot of experts about it.,” she explained to ComicBook.

She continued: “The difference with shame is that it’s really not a good thing for you because it’s just attacking you. Whereas guilt is about taking responsibility and it’s a behavior, not who you are.


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However, as she added, these emotions “never really worked” because the heart of the plot of this second part revolved around anxiety: “For this version, we really wanted to focus on the anxiety. Otherwise, it was starting to branch off the story too much.

But I think we all have this self-loathing in our heads, and we were able to talk about it with projections and how anxiety can be the source of all of that.“, has followed Me LeFauve. “So I think it’s in the film, but it’s something that we explored and ultimately didn’t feel was relevant to this version.

While we wait to find out if a third part will see the light of day with this island of procrastination and these other emotions, Inside Out 2 is showing at your nearest movie theater. And to see the first part again, head to Disney+.

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