Saturday, July 18, 2015

Nine Other Emotions That Didn't Make The Cut In Pixar's "Inside Out"

Pixar's done it again! Critics and audiences alike have fallen in love with the studio's latest film, Inside Out. It's the story of a young girl named Riley and the wacky cast of personified emotions who live inside her head and control her life.

The movie features five different emotions that control the life of young Riley: Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust and Anger. According to director Pete Docter, the original script featured dozens of other emotional characters, including Dread, Obsession and Mortification. Unfortunately many of these had to be dropped for time and story purposes, as they whittled the cast down to just five.

The staff here at Bob Canada's BlogWorld was lucky enough to get their hands on a few of the model sheets for these deleted characters, and are presenting them here for the first time.

Here are Nine Other Emotions That Didn't Make The Cut In Inside Out.









4 comments:

  1. some of your best characterizations. Not even a sexy mustache could uplift paralyzing doubt!

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  2. Hey did you see Berkley Breathed relaunched Bloom County on Facebook ? He must be following your blog because his 1st five new strips discuss things you've covered over the past few months regarding how we're caught in a time-warp recycling the same shit from 25 years ago!

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  3. Thanks! I haven't seen Breathed on Facebook; I'll have to check him out.

    Yes, the recycling of movies has been really bad this summer.

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  4. being someone who knows a lot of depressed people, crippling depression should have darker coloring, like darker shades of blue and purple, with a black aura/glow around them. they should be constantly trembling, jumping whenever someone tries to communicate with them. those are a couple things that i've gathered from the people i know.

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