Hitting theaters on June 19, 2015, Inside Out will take us into the mind of Riley, an 11-year-old girl who is uprooted from her midwest life to start anew in San Francisco, California. As Riley grows up and enters her teenage years, her emotions and personality change too. Although Riley is an important part of the movie, her emotions are the film’s main characters: Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust. This leads us to the newly released still image featuring Joy and Sadness riding on what appears to be the Train of Thought.
What’s great about this new still is that it showcases the expansiveness of the mind and you really get a sense of how big the world is – similar to the Grand Canyon. The image also features Sadness smiling and looking intently at one of Joy’s memory orbs and while we haven’t yet seen the characters express emotions other than what they represent, this small smile from Sadness has us wondering if each character poses different emotional qualities as well. Be sure to tell us what you think and share your thoughts with us on the Pixar Post Forum.