Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Pixar's Mind Movie Officially Titled 'Inside Out'

Early concept art from Pixar's Inside Out
Today at the CinemaCon 2013 movie industry confab, Pixar's upcoming feature set inside the human mind was officially titled Inside Out. The (frankly brilliant) title had been an open secret for many months.

As reported back in late 2011, the Pete Docter-directed film takes place inside a girl's psyche of and explores her emotions as characters. Said executive producer John Lasseter: "[It] is unlike anything you've ever seen before."

Inside Out projects on North American screens on June 19, 2015.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Excited for the movie, since Monsters, Inc. and Up are in my top 3 Pixar movies, so Pete Doctor must be doing something right. So does this mean Finding Dory is being pushed back to 2016. Because we all know whenever Pixar announces two movie releases in one year, it never happens and the later one always gets pushed to the next summer.

Nini said...

It's a good title for sure.

Alexandro Fantino said...

GRRRAAAWRRR! I can't wait!

Dapoon said...

Now THIS is gonna be an interesting movie!! Looking forward! :)

Anonymous said...

Although I have become extremely pessimistic about the future of Pixar and Disney's animation department, I am still super-excited about this film. Great concept, and how could you not love a Pete Docter movie? Although, I think it's a little far calling the new title of the movie "brilliant." It's a decent enough title, yes, but don't use the word so liberally.

Mike Bastoli said...

Brilliant! Brilliant Brilliant! BRILLIANT!

Steve said...

Not enough to get excited about for me yet, although I've enjoyed everything Pixar has done so I'll probably enjoy this... but am I the only one who read this and thought "Herman's Head!"

Hmmm, now that makes me want to watch it again...

Jason said...

Is that concept art a Ronnie del Carmen piece?

Anonymous said...

Mike is and always will be an ass.

Chell said...

Wait, is this going to be a short featurette before a movie, or is it going to be full-length?