Get Ready to Feel: Inside Out 2 Drops Trailer Featuring New Teen Emotions and High School Adventures!

Disney and Pixar’s much-anticipated theatrical release, “Inside Out 2,” unveils an array of fresh content, featuring a new trailer, poster, and images. This installment introduces a set of Emotions tailored for the challenges of Riley’s teenage years, joining the familiar cast of Joy (voiced by Amy Poehler), Anger (voiced by Lewis Black), Sadness (voiced by Phyllis Smith), Fear (voiced by Tony Hale), and Disgust (voiced by Liza Lapira).

Maya Hawke lends her voice to Anxiety, a dynamic newcomer set to shake things up in Riley’s mind and beyond. With boundless energy, Anxiety ensures Riley is meticulously prepared for any potential negative outcome.

Envy, voiced by Ayo Edebiri, may be diminutive but possesses a strong desire. Perpetually jealous of others’ possessions, Envy unabashedly pines for what she lacks.

Adèle Exarchopoulos voices Ennui, an emotionally detached character exuding teenage apathy. Bored and lethargic, Ennui contributes the perfect dose of indifference to Riley’s personality whenever the mood strikes.

Paul Walter Hauser voices Embarrassment, a character preferring to keep a low profile, a challenge for this burly figure with a conspicuous blush-pink complexion.

In addition to the Emotions, Kensington Tallman voices Riley Andersen, embarking on the journey of high school. Lilimar assumes the role of Valentina “Val” Ortiz, a revered high school hockey player. Returning to voice Riley’s parents are Diane Lane and Kyle MacLachlan. Sumayyah Nuriddin-Green and Grace Lu lend their voices to Riley’s best friends, while Yvette Nicole Brown voices Coach Roberts, overseeing a summer hockey camp. The extensive voice cast includes Sarayu Blue, Flea, Ron Funches, Dave Goelz, James Austin Johnson, Bobby Moynihan, Frank Oz, Paula Pell, Paula Poundstone, John Ratzenberger, Kendall Coyne Schofield, June Squibb, Kirk Thatcher, and Yong Yea.