‘Inside Out’ Set To Beat ‘Frozen’ Box Office Record Of $1.3 Billion
Move over “Frozen,” it seems like there’s a new Disney Pixar favorite set to rob the hearts of the young and the young at heart. Say hello to the “Inside Out” movie.
Based on the trailer alone, “Inside Out” definitely showed a lot of promise. As pointed out by Yibada, the movie is one of the much-awaited animated films in Disney’s 2015 line-up. The story would focus on an adorable 11-year-old girl Riley and how by getting a control of five human emotions – anger, fear, sadness, joy and disgust, she was able to adjust in her new community in San Francisco.
Apart from the interesting storyline, viewers are also excited to see the powerhouse ensemble that would voice Riley’s different emotions. “Inside Out” cast includes Amy Poehler (Joy), Lewis Black (Anger), Phyllis Smith (Sadness), Mindy Kaling (Disgust) and Bill Hader (Fear).
As with all Disney movies, the movie is expected to appeal to a broad range of audience, from children to adults. Pixar had definitely created a huge hype on “Inside Out” with some saying that if the film reached a box-office success, a spin-off television series could be in the works.
“Inside Out” airs on June 19, 2015.
Perhaps it may be too early to declare “Inside Out” as the new “Frozen.” After all, the latter became the top grossing animated film of all time, stealing the number 1 spot from “Toy Story 3” and earning a whopping $1.3 billion. Because of its huge success, many experts claim that the highly anticipated sequel, “Frozen 2” could easily reach the $1.5 billion target in box office revenue.
There you have it on the latest news about Pixar’s “Inside Out.” Do you think “Inside Out” could surpass “Frozen” and its sequel in the box office? Sound off in the comments below.
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