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Meet the Characters from Pixar’s Inside Out with New Posters and Teaser Trailers

Update: Now meet Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness below! Joy will be delivered later today.

Pixar has also given us a chance to meet all give characters / emotions that lives inside Riley’s head. The first was Sadness, who you meet via this teaser trailer

I’m adding the posters and teaser trailers for all five characters, as Pixar releases them, below the jump:

Meet Fear:

Fear is nothing to be afraid of, but don’t tell him. In Pixar’s Inside Out, he’ll be voiced by SNL alum Bill Hader.

Meet Anger:


Don’t get upset, but we have another emotion from Pixar’s Inside Out to introudce you to today. Meet Anger, he’s a little hot under the collar.

Meet Disgust:

Meet Sadness:

Meet Sadness

Tune in tomorrow as Pixar will introduce Disgust and then one more each day through Friday. We’ll probably just update this post with each new trailer and poster.


Pixar is slowly introducing us to the characters from its upcoming film – “Inside Out.” Here are two new posters that appear to have leaked a bit early in the last few days.

International Trailer

International Poster


Pixar’s Inside Out comes to US theaters in 3D on June 19, 2015.

Previously: Teaser Trailer for Pixar’s Inside Out.

2 thoughts on “Meet the Characters from Pixar’s Inside Out with New Posters and Teaser Trailers”

  1. What’s wrong with me? I just can’t get excited about the new Pixar films. I love the new Disney Animation slate coming out, Zootopia and the new princess flick sound great…but besides the upcoming sequels to Nemo and Toy Story, these new Pixars remind me of ‘great ideas’ but not modern classics like many of the Pixars have been over the past decade. I dunno, maybe somethings just wrong with me, lol.

    1. I hear you, Tom. Nothing I’ve seen of Inside Out has boosted my interest beyond the initial novelty of the premise, which we’ve known about for years. Since the film is directed by Pete Doctor, however, I fully expect it to be an, uh, emotional roller coaster. For my money, Up is probably the best-written animated movie ever, yet it also had underwhelming teaser media.

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