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Inside Out 2 Budget, Cast, Collection Worldwide, Review, Storyline, OTT Release, Hit or Flop


Inside Out 2 is a 2024 animated film produced by Pixar and released by Disney. It is a sequel to the 2015 film Inside Out and is directed by Kelsey Mann. The film is produced by Mark Nielsen, with a screenplay by Meg LeFauve and Dave Holstein. The story was developed by Mann and Lefauve.

In this sequel, the voices of Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Lewis Blake, Diane Lane and Kyle McLachlan return from the first movie. New voices include Maya Hawke, Kensington Tallman, Tony Hale, Liza Lapira, Ayo Adebiri, Lillymar, Grace Lu, Sumaiya Noureddine-Green, Adele Exarchopoulos and Paul Walter Hauser. The plot follows Riley’s emotions as they deal with new emotions trying to take control of her mind.

The film was first announced at the D23 Expo in September 2022. He used an idea from Pixar chief creative officer Pete Docter for “Five to 27 Emotions”, which would make Mann’s film world more realistic.

Inside Out 2 premiered at the El Capitan Theater in Los Angeles on June 10, 2024, and was released in US theaters on June 14. The film received positive reviews from critics and grossed $438 million worldwide. It was the third-biggest opening day for an animated film in the US, behind Pixar’s Incredibles 2 (2018) and Disney’s The Lion King (2019). It is also the sixth-highest-grossing film of 2024.

Some key points about Inside Out 2:

  • He explores Riley’s mind as she grows up and introduces new emotions.
  • The movie mixes humor and heartwarming moments, making it relatable for kids and adults alike.
  • The animation and voice acting have been praised, continuing Pixar’s reputation for high-quality films.
  • Overall, Inside Out 2 is a successful and entertaining follow-up to the original film, loved by audiences for its compelling story and emotional depth.

Inside Out 2 Movie Introduction

Directed byKelsey Mann
Screenplay byMeg LeFauve, Dave Holstein
Story byKelsey Mann, Meg LeFauve
Produced byMark Nielsen
StarringAmy Poehler, Maya Hawke, Kensington Tallman, Liza Lapira, Tony Hale, Lewis Black, Phyllis Smith, Ayo Edebiri, Lilimar, Grace Lu, Sumayyah Nuriddin-Green, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan, Paul Walter Hauser
CinematographyAdam Habib, Jonathan Pytko
Edited byMaurissa Horwitz
Music byAndrea Datzman[a]
Production companyPixar Animation Studios
Distributed byWalt Disney Studios Motion Pictures[b]
Release datesJune 10, 2024 (El Capitan Theatre), June 14, 2024 (United States)
Running time96 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$200 million
Box office$438.9 million

Inside Out 2 Voice Cast

JoyAmy PoehlerA yellow happy emotion
AnxietyMaya HawkeA new orange anxious emotion
Riley AndersenKensington TallmanA 13-year-old girl in whose mind the emotions live
DisgustLiza LapiraA green disgusted emotion
FearTony HaleA purple scared emotion
AngerLewis BlackA red angry emotion
SadnessPhyllis SmithA blue sad emotion
EnvyAyo EdebiriA new cyan envious emotion
Valentina “Val” OrtizLilimarA popular hockey player at Riley’s high school
GraceGrace LuRiley’s friend
BreeSumayyah Nuriddin-GreenRiley’s friend
EnnuiAdèle ExarchopoulosA new indigo bored emotion
Mrs. AndersenDiane LaneRiley’s mother
Mr. AndersenKyle MacLachlanRiley’s father
EmbarrassmentPaul Walter HauserA new pink embarrassed emotion
Coach RobertsYvette Nicole BrownA hockey coach and head of the summer hockey camp
BloofyRon FunchesA character from Riley’s favorite childhood TV show, similar to hosts of interactive children’s shows
Lance SlashbladeYong YeaA heroic video game character, similar to Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII
PouchyJames Austin Johnson
Deep Dark SecretSteve Purcell
Mind Cop FrankDave Goelz
ForemanKirk Thatcher
Mind Cop DaveFrank Oz
Mom’s AngerPaula Pell
NostalgiaJune SquibbA new beige nostalgic emotion
Dad’s AngerPete Docter
Forgetter PaulaPaula Poundstone
FritzJohn Ratzenberger
MargieSarayu Blue
Forgetter BobbyBobby Moynihan
Hockey AnnouncerKendall Coyne Schofield

Inside Out 2 Box Office Collection Worldwide

Gross Revenue (United States and Canada)$235.6 million
Gross Revenue (Other Territories)$203.3 million
Worldwide Total Gross$438.9 million
Budget$200 million
Initial Domestic Opening Weekend Projections$80–90 million
Factors for Initial ProjectionsHesitancy to return to theaters due to direct-to-streaming releases of Pixar films Soul (2020), Luca (2021), and Turning Red (2022) on Disney+, underperformance of Pixar’s Lightyear (2022), and lackluster box office results of several films in 2024.
First Day Earnings$63.6 million (including $13 million from Thursday night previews)
Revised Domestic Opening Weekend Projections$140–150 million
Domestic Opening Weekend Gross$154.2 million from 4,440 theaters
International Opening Weekend Gross$140 million from 38 international markets
Worldwide Debut Gross$294 million (highest in Pixar history)
Best Domestic Opening Weekend of 2024$154.2 million (surpassing Dune: Part Two at $82.5 million and Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire at $80 million)
Best Domestic Opening for Animated FilmsThird-best behind Incredibles 2 (2018; $182.7 million) and The Lion King (2019; $191.7 million)
Best Domestic Opening for PG FilmsFourth-best after The Lion King, Incredibles 2, and Beauty and the Beast ($174 million)
First Weekend Moviegoers12 million (average ticket price $12.53)
Audience Viewing Time Distribution22% before 1 pm, 35% between 1 pm and 5 pm, 26% between 5 pm and 8 pm, 17% after 8 pm
Multicultural Audience Pull36% identified as Hispanic and Latino
IMAX and Premium Large Formats Earnings43% of total earnings
3D Showings Earnings14% of total earnings
First Monday Earnings$22.4 million (second highest for a Pixar film after Incredibles 2)
First Tuesday Earnings$28.8 million (record for an animated film)
First Wednesday Earnings$30.1 million (third highest non-opening Wednesday, record for Juneteenth federal holiday since 2021)

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