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What do discarded emotions look like?

Discover what three of the emotions that could have been presented alongside Envy, Anxiety, Boredom and Shame in ‘Inside Out 2’ would have been like

In ‘Inside Out 2’ Riley’s mind control room ends up expanding after the arrival of four new emotions: Envy, Anxiety, Boredom, and Shame, which joined Joy, Anger, Fear, Sadness and Disgust (introduced in the first film of the franchise), to accompany the girl in a new and challenging phase of human life: adolescence!

However, the number of new emotions that arrive after Riley’s 13th birthday should be greater. The revelation was made by the animation’s director, Kelsey Mannduring a press conference held by Pixar (via Collider), where he explains that, originally, after the puberty alarm is sounded, the protagonist was supposed to receive nine new emotions:

My first thought, when we first had a conversation, was that we would establish nine new emotions. I really wanted Joy to feel overwhelmed by all of them, but then I thought it would feel like too much. And then you wouldn’t be able to keep up. There were so many emotions, and they all canceled each other out because you couldn’t keep up with them all. So we decided that it could be simplified.”

Three of the emotions that were left out of the new Disney and Pixar film had their appearance revealed through sketches published on the Instagram feed of Pixar’s character designer, Crystal Kungallowing the audience to experience Guilt, Admiration and Distrust. See:

Fault

Under the shades of blue and purple, Guilt would be portrayed with a tearful expression. He would also appear accompanied by a huge backpack that he can barely support, representing the emotional baggage he carries.

As explained by Mannthe idea of ​​luggage was used in another character: Anxiety.

The baggage that Anxiety carries into the control room came from Guilt, because that was also in my initial plans along with the other nine new emotions. I actually wanted a giant luggage cart like you would at a hotel. You know, when you go to Disney World, you bring all your kids’ stuff, and that adds up to a lot of baggage. And when Anxiety comes in, the primal emotions are like, ‘Wow, what is this? Who is this? What is all this?’ And then this little character could come in and say, ‘Hi, I’m Guilt. Sorry, I have a lot of baggage.’ And when I thought about it, it was such a good joke. But then we ended up cutting that emotion, because it didn’t really add anything to the story. I think anxiety has a lot of baggage too. [risos]so we gave her everything,” the filmmaker recalled at the press conference.

Admiration

Awe has had a few different versions, including a cute, chubby baby, a positive surfer guy, and a young version of Keanu Reeves. Although different, they all had two things in common: big, bright eyes and rosy cheeks, characteristics that ended up being transferred to Envy.

Distrust

As for Suspicion, the emotion would be portrayed as a spy. In art, she always appears with her eyes closed, sometimes wearing an overcoat, glasses and with a notepad at the ready.

In the original plot, Disgust may have made a possible allusion to the character’s characteristics in the scene where Riley suspects that her two best friends, Bree and Grace, are hiding something.

Source: Recreio

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