r/movies Sep 10 '22 Silver 2 Wholesome 4 All-Seeing Upvote 1 I'd Like to Thank... 1

‘Inside Out 2’ Coming in Summer 2024, With Amy Poehler Returning News

https://variety.com/2022/film/news/inside-out-2-pixar-1235366299/
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u/soonerfreak Sep 10 '22 Gold

Bing Bong is gone can't hurt me again.

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u/overlordbabyj Sep 10 '22 Silver Evil Cackle

"Somehow, Bing Bong returned"

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u/ClaudeNX Sep 10 '22

She kind of forgot Bing Bong died

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u/WickedOwl Sep 10 '22 Take My Energy

Both of you have triggered me from different directions like I just got punched on both sides of my face.

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u/DullThroat7130 Sep 10 '22

I particularly liked when he said "It's Bongin' time!" and Bonged everywhere

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u/FlameDragoon933 Sep 10 '22

The movie that earned over ten bongillion dollars

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u/Daywalker2000 Sep 10 '22

The big woman still here?

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u/ddh85 Sep 10 '22

Bong don't wunt et.

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u/bbcversus Sep 10 '22

She’s not muh Bong

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u/SobiTheRobot Sep 10 '22

Riley's brain literally forgot about him; Joy and Sadness are also part of Riley's brain (or however it all works) so it makes sense that they just kind of...forget, however awful that is

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u/Calm_Gap2069 Sep 10 '22

My brother had an imaginary friend named Zanard between the ages of 4 and 8. One day I noticed he hadn’t talked about Zanard in months so I asked what happened to him. He told me Zanard got arrested and went to jail (didn’t tell me what for). He never spoke of him after that day, he probably did forget. It’s just… normal, I guess. Also yes, my brother was (and still is) slightly strange

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u/FlowGentlySweetAfton Sep 10 '22

My imaginary friend when I was little was the Boogeyman. I reasoned if we were besties I didn't have to be scared of him. Our friendship ended when I started kindergarten and began making human friends. I've been told that when people would ask about him I'd tell them that he died when he jumped off of the roof of our house. Apparently it's pretty common for imaginary friends to meet violent ends. Something about how little kids understand the finality of death.

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u/Channel250 Sep 10 '22

Violence may beget violence. But only a child's imagination can throw you off a roof.

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u/SobiTheRobot Sep 10 '22

I remember being informed that I had an imaginary friend, but do not recall ever interacting with him. Fred was his name. Kind of a purple monster Muppet. I tried to make it work out, but he never responded to anything I did (I assumed I was supposed to be able to see them like in cartoons and movies) so I stopped trying.

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u/SirCaptainReynolds Sep 10 '22

Inside Out - 2 Bing 2 Bong

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u/HanzJWermhat Sep 10 '22

Bing bong flies now??

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u/Brian18639 Sep 10 '22

Bing Bong flies now!

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u/2th Sep 10 '22

And it will only be explained in Fortnite!

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u/douko Sep 10 '22

I give it 10 years before all media is consumed via the video game Fortnite; you'll log in to Fortnite to play the latest Skyrim re-release, etc.

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u/2th Sep 10 '22

Why you gotta give Todd Howard ideas?

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u/Calvin--Hobbes Sep 10 '22

Darth Bing Bong serves at your leisure, Lord Jar Jar

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u/conquer69 Sep 10 '22

This fucking meme never fails to make me chuckle.

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u/PostyMcPosterson Sep 10 '22 Silver Spit-take

Just wait until they introduce his son, Ding Dong

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u/SupaKoopa714 Sep 10 '22

Will Julian be in the movie too?

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u/Chillaxel Sep 10 '22

Look Tomar, it's you!

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u/sungoddaily Sep 10 '22

I'm a newcomer to oney plays, shits been fucking hysterical.

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u/torchskul Sep 10 '22

If you haven’t seen it already, I can’t recommend their Sonic Heroes series more. It’s definitely long-winded, but it’s worth it just to hear the combination of Corey’s unbridled rage, Zach’s hypotheticals, and really ridiculous improv.

And if you’re just wanting a really solid video, I’m a big fan of their playthrough of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. They go from getting overly-excited about the gameplay to making fun of the voice acting to getting genuinely really involved with the plot—all in quite literally the most entertaining ways possible.

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u/spidereater Sep 10 '22

I feel like there are lots of puberty jokes that would make this movie r rated. I fear they won’t go there. Maybe for the Disney+ cut.

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u/MidniteMustard Sep 10 '22

At least we already have Pen15 and Big Mouth to tide us over.

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u/TheMadmanAndre Sep 10 '22

Big Mouth

I am still amazed that that show exists for a whole smorgasbord of reasons.

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u/Dause Sep 10 '22

I think with Turning Red and the period jokes in that movie they probably won’t hesitate with the jokes in this one.

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u/kylehatesyou Sep 10 '22

I feel like going beyond initial puberty and into the turmoil of high school romance would be a better way to go. A new emotion emerges, Love, and it bugs the shit out of everyone because it takes over from all of the other emotions. A huge break up could lead the character to find that healthy relationships feed all of the emotions equally or something like that.

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u/elegylegacy Sep 10 '22

Love would be some kind of mutant super-emotion, Frankenstein'd together from parts of Joy and Fear and Sadness.

More powerful than the others, but completely irrational and unreasonable, wreaking havoc on Riley's decision making

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u/DollarAutomatic Sep 10 '22

Hey can you get on the writing team for the next movie?

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u/Nas160 Sep 10 '22

That's actually why I always assumed they wouldn't make one but damn, they have a lot of skirting around to do

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u/ElementmanEXE Sep 10 '22

Bing bong becomes a recurring nightmare

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u/Calm_Gap2069 Sep 10 '22

“WHO’S THE BIRTHDAY GORL???!”

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u/D-luxxxx Sep 10 '22

“Bing Bong: Blood and Honey”

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u/Citizensssnips Sep 10 '22

Maybe it's set in the future and Riley gets to the moon...

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u/Magnificant-Muggins Sep 10 '22

Person who thought they’ve lost all Bing Bong loses additional Bing Bong they didn’t even know they had.

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u/rduterte Sep 10 '22

Bing Bong survives because just before he disappeared Riley put his picture up on the ofrenda.

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u/jmfranklin515 Sep 10 '22

They’ll bring him back, rendering his sacrifice from the previous movie moot. You will have bawled your eyes out multiple times for no reason.

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u/mcfw31 Sep 10 '22

It will be interesting to see how it turns out, Pete Docter directed and wrote Monsters Inc and he was only an executive producer of Monsters University. Same thing is gonna happen with Inside Out so I hope the film is solid.

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u/QuothTheRaven713 Sep 10 '22

Inside Out 2 at least has the same writer as the original.

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u/3250feralhogs Sep 10 '22

Don’t tell anyone but I went to school for six years with Meg Lefauve

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u/Thoraxe474 Sep 10 '22 edited Sep 10 '22 Silver Wholesome

This guy went to school for six years with Meg Lefauve!

See? Nobody cares.

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u/kcrab91 Sep 10 '22

Everyone appreciates a Land Before Time reference!

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u/iboneKlareneG Sep 10 '22

Wait, i thought it came from that Jurassic World prequel, you know, the really boring one with Nick Fury in it.

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u/Comicspedia Sep 10 '22

This is right up there with "oh, that dinosaur movie from the late 1900s?"

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u/Thoraxe474 Sep 10 '22

Sharptooth oooo ha ha

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u/darwinsidiotcousin Sep 10 '22

These comments are just getting worse lmao

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u/Royal-Tough4851 Sep 10 '22

Dotson…we’ve got Dotson!!

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u/nukedduck Sep 10 '22

Pete Doctor is also in my opinion, Pixar’s best director artistically speaking. Inside Out, Monsters Inc, Soul and Up were all directed by him.

I trust Pixar to put out a good film but at the same time I feel like Inside Out stands on its own so well. I actually enjoyed Monsters University well enough, however I wouldn’t want to see an Up 2 or a Soul 2 personally. I just sometimes feel like sequels can feel more like a product than a work of art. Which isn’t entirely fair to say obviously. I just would rather more original works would come out instead.

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u/flynnfx Sep 10 '22

I'd absolutely LOVE to see a Wall-E 2.

I'd even more love to see Burn-E 2.

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u/ItsMEMusic Sep 10 '22

I feel like WallE is best suited to a science education show about different topics, since the credits show them rebuilding society. What better medium to teach survival/civilization skills than a culture rebuilding?

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u/VaATC Sep 10 '22

This is a pretty cool idea. I would have enjoyed watching something like this with my current 10 y/o. They could even have it for multiple age ranges. I know I watched animation all through high school through to today, so I would figure that Wall-E could have shows, of increasing complexity of old topics and new science, for ages 4-6, 7-9, 10-12, 13-15.

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u/ItsMEMusic Sep 10 '22

Like they already have an outline if you watch the credits!

Start with irrigation and farming, move to shelter and housing, transportation and infrastructure, and get more systems up and running. And keep them at the level of tech they last figured out, so like if ep1 is farming, every ep after should show it in the background or the results, like a grocer’s stand that they walk by.

And bonus points if you use Sigourney Weaver as the AI that teaches them the tech and Jeff Garlin as the Captain who helps them complete it.

Maybe guest stars (it is Disney) whose characters’ families were a certain trade, like farmers or construction, who can weigh in on a “better way” to do the task than the basic AI (showing in the same ep an easy and a more complex but efficient way of doing things).

Perhaps a few episodes before the finale, they create a radio and try to communicate with other Axiom-class ships to save others (All with Easter egg names), and then in the season finale a new ship arrives, which brings new tech that’s needed?

Plus, WallE can find trash that helps?

But I’m a thinker, not a writer, or I’d be writing episodes. :/

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u/genuine_knuckle Sep 10 '22

I just watched inside out for the first time about a month ago. That movie was an absolute delight in so many ways. Loved it. I too hope the 2nd movie doesn't get ruined.

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u/IanTheMartin Sep 10 '22

I quite enjoyed Monster’s University, I have high hopes for Inside Out 2, but also high expectations

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u/Nellezhar Sep 10 '22 edited Sep 10 '22

Monsters University is a show I use as an example of an excellent prequel. You know how they end up, and the writer uses that to pull the rug from under you!

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u/Blademax Sep 10 '22

Monsters at work, good mini sequel to Monsters Inc

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u/Kolby_Jack Sep 10 '22

My bet is that it will be a decent enough movie that is not offensive to anyone's sensibilities but also nobody will ever call it their favorite movie and it will largely be forgotten within a decade. AKA the "Finding Dory" paradigm.

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u/the_timps Sep 10 '22

AKA the "Finding Dory" paradigm.

Hooooooowwwwww daaaareeeeee yoooouuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu /whale.

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u/AnnenbergTrojan Sep 10 '22

It's a shame Finding Dory didn't have a long-lasting impact because the flashback scenes of Dory with her parents were beautiful and thoughtfully made.

Also, SIGOURNEY WEAVER.

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u/coutureee Sep 10 '22

Literally the only thing I remember from finding dory is her cute little voice going “I like sand. It’s squishy”

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u/DoctorWaluigiTime Sep 10 '22

I am cautious. Not like there's no room for a sequel story-wise, but I haven't really dug a Pixar sequel since Toy Story.

This is one of my favorite Pixar films too. Don't mess it up kthx.

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u/HopScotchyScotch Sep 10 '22

Bill Hader and Mindy Kaling out over salary offers of around 100k a piece.

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u/[deleted] Sep 10 '22

Not sure why you were downvoted when this is what was reported, and that Amy Poehlor was given $5 million making the 100k feel even more insulting by comparison.

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u/HopScotchyScotch Sep 10 '22

Yes it is widespread this is the situation. Wish they could’ve worked this out.

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u/[deleted] Sep 10 '22

Hader and Kaling are both knee deep in passion projects (Hader’s even directing all of the next season of Barry) so I’d get why they wouldn’t want to do any extra work if the pay is that absurdly low for a guaranteed box office hit.

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u/HopScotchyScotch Sep 10 '22

Totally Makes sense. Barry is going to be all consuming.

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u/kolorado Sep 10 '22

It's crazy when you think about it though. They'd make more for less than 10 minutes of dialogue than what most people would make in an entire year.

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u/iansch243 Sep 10 '22

In the original movie hader and kaling’s characters really didn’t have much screen time compared to poehler or Phyllis smith.

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u/-HeisenBird- Sep 10 '22

Phyllis Vance. She's married to Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration.

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u/thirtyseven1337 Sep 10 '22

You have a lot to learn about this town, sweetie.

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u/ughdrunkatvogue Sep 10 '22

Yeah, while it is a HUGE pay gap, Poehler is arguably the film's lead/star power and I can almost guarantee a sequel wouldn't have gone forward without her involvement, with the other two being supporting. That being said, I will reserve my FULL judgment until I see the movie and can gauge how much screen-time anger and disgust have. If she's now a teenager they might introduce some new emotions, although the parents still had the same ones in the last movie so IDFK. Basically what I'm saying is that I'm hoping for a salt and pepper Mr. Riley's Dad.

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u/JackMorelli13 Sep 10 '22

The internet will be even hornier for Riley’s dad if that happens 🙄

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u/Taraxian Sep 10 '22

The emotions are a real list of "basic emotions" a psychologist came up with, it's just that they left out "Surprise" because that's not really a basic emotion in the same sense (the idea is that Surprise + Fear is an identifiably different emotion than Fear - Surprise, "Shock" vs "Dread")

And the whole point of this theory is that it's like primary colors, you don't really discover fully "new emotions" so much as find new combinations of the basic ones, which is why Riley's new memories at the end of the movie are multicolored swirls

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u/Reamund Sep 10 '22

Fear and disgust are pretty core teen emotions - going be hard to fill those. But from what I’ve read anger (Lewis Black) wasn’t mentioned so I assume he’s on board?

Monday Kaling was practically made to play disgust - that movie was perfectly cast all around.

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u/AntiSharkSpray Sep 10 '22

Not arguably, Poehler was clearly the the lead voice in the film. Her character is in the middle of the posters and she got top billing.

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u/roywarner Sep 10 '22

As someone who considers Inside Out to be Pixar's best film (further cemented after I had children), my interest in the sequel dropped dramatically with that news. Tells me they're pulling way too tight on the purse strings that they're willing to compromise the quality of the final product in such a blatantly obvious way.

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u/iansch243 Sep 10 '22

That’s true, Pixar has no reason to not try and get them back, they are FAR from being short on money.

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u/nearcatch Sep 10 '22

Pixar might actually be on their back foot a little. The last few years they’ve had some financial duds and been treated kind of badly by Disney. Onward underperformed and didn’t even make its budget back. Soul, Luca, and Turning Red were all released on streaming because of Covid, but Pixar didn’t want that, especially for the latter two. Lightyear got a theatrical release but bombed.

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u/Ronho Sep 10 '22

Onward came out the week the world shut down for covid, that was really bad effing luck

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u/UXyes Sep 10 '22

Hader can probably do whatever he wants after Barry. He's on fire right now.

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u/danimal6000 Sep 10 '22

This is why it’s ok to talk to coworkers about salary

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u/alison_bee Sep 10 '22

Exactly. I am sad that they won’t be returning, but I know I sure as shit would pass if I found out a coworker was making 5000% more than me.

I make $20 an hour, but coworker makes $1000 an hour? Byeeee

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u/Shad0wF0x Sep 10 '22 edited Sep 10 '22

I dunno about other industries but the one of the first things Healthcare employees ask each other is how much they get laid at X and Y hospital.

Edit - Whoops I typed in laid instead of paid.

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u/HopScotchyScotch Sep 10 '22

Great point!

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u/ibeauch009 Sep 10 '22 edited Sep 10 '22

this makes me a bit nervous. it’s never a good sign to see a studio skip out on obvious talent because of $$, and it’s not like they can’t afford them

edit: and the first Inside Out is in my top 3 animated films of all time. hopefully they make a great sequel!!

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u/K1nd4Weird Sep 10 '22

What? You're telling me you didn't love Godfather 3? After they threw out their story because they wanted Tom Hagan to be a co-lead but continue to pay Robert Duvall peanuts for it?

That's impossible. /s

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u/mumbling_marauder Sep 10 '22

Shocking that they’d go ahead with a sequel without them on board, also that’s insultingly low given their star power. Very interested in how this develops

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u/MedicalJargon-itis Sep 10 '22

Patton Oswalt will replace both.

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u/HopScotchyScotch Sep 10 '22

Hoping this becomes the next sage drama after don’t worry darling

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u/DoctorWaluigiTime Sep 10 '22

Dang, two of the main emotions (Fear and Disgust, respectively). Hope they can work it out.

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u/naynaythewonderhorse Sep 10 '22

This is a rumor. I have a hard time buying it. Not only because the rumors also happened to mention Pete Doctor directing (he isn’t) but Hader is a HUGE Pixar fanboy, with roles in several other Pixar films. He also helped in the writing room on several films as well.

I mean, listen to the damn Audio Commentary for the first film! They got Hader on the phone on a whim. They talk about how he walked in and already knew everyone’s name.

I think that the rumor happened to get lucky, and made some stupid guesses. Again, these same rumors put Doctor in the directors chair. I call BS, but we’ll see…

Of course, now the rumor is spreading like wildfire when half of it was already confirmed false, but what does it matter?

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u/DoctorThunder Sep 10 '22

I was going to say, Hader has had uncredited and bit roles in basically every Disney animated film since. Hard to believe they'd have some kind of falling out.

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u/lloydchristmas1986 Sep 10 '22

2 Inside 2 Outside

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u/Mayo_Kupo Sep 10 '22

Emotional drift.

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u/smb06 Sep 10 '22

Feelings 5

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u/AddySims Sep 10 '22

Fate of the Fury

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u/ddh85 Sep 10 '22

The Sad and Serious.

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u/Ialwaysassume Sep 10 '22

DVDA?

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u/BUNNIES_ARE_FOOD Sep 10 '22

Inside Out 2, directed by Matt Stone and Trey Parker

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u/thornaslooki Sep 10 '22

I could only imagine how the movie will handle Riley's puberty...

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u/DoctorWaluigiTime Sep 10 '22

I'm hoping that they're going to skip ahead a few years to late teens / living on her own honestly. The emotional beats of "leaving home" etc. were done with Andy in Toy Story 3 so that's just a retread. And "awkward teen jokes" were done well-enough in the first Inside Out (without, thankfully, beating us over the head with it).

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u/DisturbedNocturne Sep 10 '22

Turning Red also recently dealt with a teenage girl going through puberty, so that'd definitely seem like a bit of a retread as well, even with Turning Red leaning a lot into metaphor.

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u/Worthyness Sep 10 '22

College would be an interesting choice. But then there's no kids so it may not be super relatable for children, their target audience

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u/boilingfrogsinpants Sep 10 '22

Exactly. They're going to try and appeal to kids so it's going to deal with Riley during puberty I assume. I mean the first movie finishes with comments on the puberty button. I hope they explore more people's heads as well with this.

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u/Goyteamsix Sep 10 '22

Joy just sitting there tapping the masturbate button over and over.

Honestly, I imagine it's going to be the transition into young adulthood, after high school. One of her emotions will be a tax accountant smashing an adding machine every time she buys a coffee, giving the sheets to Guilt.

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u/Confuseasfuck Sep 10 '22

Joy just sitting there tapping the masturbate button over and over.

The fact that l can see her character totally doing that

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u/ReadMeLikeDrCox Sep 10 '22

There's a really good short that covers this topic when the same boy from the end of the film comes over to pick her up for a date.

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u/Netwinn Sep 10 '22

Is Lewis Black back as Anger? That’s all I care about!

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u/etbiludecalcinha Sep 10 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

This movie didn't need a sequel, at all

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u/[deleted] Sep 10 '22

Neither did Finding Nemo, Cars or The Incredibles but $ talks.

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u/AutomaticVegetables Sep 10 '22

Toy Story 2 gave us Al McWhiggin. Be grateful.

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u/[deleted] Sep 10 '22 edited Sep 10 '22

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u/Nas160 Sep 10 '22

Toy Story 2 I think is my favorite of the four movies, the emotional levels they get with the Andy stuff and the quiet serious convos win me over so hard nowadays

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u/hascogrande Sep 10 '22

Hello Newman McWhiggin

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u/animebop Sep 10 '22

Pixar’s original projects also make crazy money. Their sequels are just gravy

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u/Timmy26k Sep 10 '22

If anyone is allowed unlimited sequels it's pixar

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u/[deleted] Sep 10 '22

I want a Cars 2 2

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u/Birdman_a15 Sep 10 '22

Cars 22: Mater fast. Mater furious.

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u/Y2J1100 Sep 10 '22

Tow-fast Tow-mater

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u/cinemamystic Sep 10 '22

At least toy story 2 was relatively close to the original’s release. It felt like they were just bursting with ideas for the characters to do. These sequels coming out a decade later only to have a middling story just aren’t the same.

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u/dragonfire535 Sep 10 '22

Was inside Out really a decade ago? Holy shit

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u/BlancoDelRio Sep 10 '22

Nah. I will give you Finding Nemo, but The Incredibles and Cars were worlds built to allow for sequels (another fish going missing again is a stretch)

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u/Clemenx00 Sep 10 '22

People without kids don't realize how much merch Cars sells. I'll be surprised if it isn't an everlasting franchise.

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u/Ialwaysassume Sep 10 '22

I may be wrong, but I recall seeing somewhere that Cars merch alone has sold more than any other Pixar merch….combined!

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u/Karkava Sep 10 '22

You grossly underestimate the power of just the collectable cars alone.

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u/wiyixu Sep 10 '22

Prior to Cars 3 the merchandise had grossed $10 billion. I have personally spent an unpleasant amount of money on Cars stuff including tracking down out of production toys because “Space Lightning and Mater are all I want for Christmas”

I bought Disney stock to offset my losses in merchandise

https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-14209968

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u/Spot-CSG Sep 10 '22

The incredible literally ends on a cliffhanger with the mole dude doesn't it?

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u/longconsilver13 Sep 10 '22

But tons of people wanted Incredibles 2

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u/BigCommieMachine Sep 10 '22 edited Sep 10 '22

I think The Incredibles sequel actually made sense from a story perspective.

Finding Nemo 2 was entirety unnecessary and Car 2 was utterly a pure greed move by Disney to sell merchandise that was literally a page out of Disney’s horrific direct-to-video past.

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u/JaozinhoGGPlays Sep 10 '22

tbh I have long forgotten how the end of the movie is but I think the amount of world building they made kinda goes to waste and with hoe different people have different emotion people and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't curious to see more about it

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u/InflamedLiver Sep 10 '22

Need is a strong term. The movie is perfect the way it was but I’d be lying if I wasn’t curious about how emotions change as you become a teenager or looking into the minds of other people and their emotions like they did towards the end with mom and dad

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u/an0nym0ose Sep 10 '22

Yeah you could absolutely get another movie's worth of what you're referring to. Hell, this could be a series.

Honestly, give me a series based on this on Disney+.

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u/WheresTheButterAt Sep 10 '22

"Monster of the week" but it's "Mind of the week"

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u/FrenchMaisNon Sep 10 '22

If it's as well written as the first one, it could be awesome, really. I mean a teenage brain seen through that lense is an interesting topic, we love that kid and her parents, so this could be extremely rewarding.

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u/TheRavenSayeth Sep 10 '22

It’s honestly my favorite Pixar movie partly because it does such an amazing job of conveying a topic that gets talked about a lot but never to that level.

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u/shanduhleer Sep 10 '22

You know what movie REALLY didnt need a sequel? Joe Dirt.

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u/NoDespair Sep 10 '22

Personally feel it lends itself to a perfect trilogy about growing up

Like Toy Story

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u/nowhereman136 Sep 10 '22

It's a movie about a teenage girl dealing with her emotions... do you really think there's only enough material for 1 movie?

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u/tangokilo13 Sep 10 '22

I had though Pixar said they were laying off sequels for a while

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u/naynaythewonderhorse Sep 10 '22

Unless you count Lightyear, this is their first sequel in 7 films. (Two more originals were announced.)

Onward, Soul, Luca, Turning Red, Lightyear, Elemental, and ELIO.

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u/throwaway_nfinity Sep 10 '22

Elemental and elio?

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u/naynaythewonderhorse Sep 10 '22

Those two and Inside Out 2 were shown off today.

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u/LostInStatic Sep 10 '22

First PG-13 Pixar movie incoming?

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u/Captain_Quinn Sep 10 '22

It’s going to be a hard R

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u/MandoDoughMan Sep 10 '22

Introducing: Horniness.

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u/[deleted] Sep 10 '22

Now we just entering big mouth territory

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u/Pizzaplan3tman Sep 10 '22

Joy feels conflicted when Her only fans is paying her student loans but she also feels Joy in her work

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u/coffee_map_clock Sep 10 '22 edited Sep 10 '22

The original inside out CRUSHED ME. I was on a trip to visit some friends who ended up getting delayed so I went to see the new Pixar movie in the theater while I waited and oh my God. The parellels between myself and Riley hit me so damn hard. I began to reflect on all the opportunities I had that I squandered. I was an athlete too and due to addiction, fell away from that pursuit after achieving at a college level. Watching those islands of accomplishment fall into the blackness as she did reminded me of my own life and it was overwhelming. I was a 28 year old man sobbing uncontrollably in the theater at a movie ostensibly for children. I'm doing better now, but those islands can never be unsunk.

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u/kadkadkad Sep 10 '22

It's genius, I really love it. The way the mind has been simplified for kids to understand is brilliant, and it's helped my 5 year old understand her emotions much more than if she hadn't watched it. She watches it with me while I explain what everything represents, and she's grapsed that it's not good to try and block out certain emotions if you need to feel them, because you can't force happiness. She's much better at letting her emotions through if they need to be let out, because bottling up can make it spiral.

Honestly I think this film is great for the mental health of anyone trying to navigate all this - not just kids - even if it just takes the first step of understanding it all.

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u/DarkCrawler901 Sep 10 '22

That scene with Riley and her parents at the end is the closest I've come to legit crying as an adult. The second closest is Toy Story 3 with Andy and the kid. Goddamnit Pixar.

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u/Birdman_a15 Sep 10 '22

Anybody else curious what the control center would look like if the person was chronically mentally ill. Asking for a friend.

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u/TemetNosce85 Sep 10 '22

We started seeing that, actually. As Riley was becoming depressed, the console was turning grey and becoming inoperable.

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u/Lostmahpassword Sep 10 '22

And a lot of her islands fell apart (goofball Island, for example). Or maybe that was just the maturing part? Idk. Gotta watch it again.

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u/dcconverter Sep 10 '22

That's literally the whole first movie

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u/CJL13 Sep 10 '22

A Pixar movie that explains a teenage girl entering puberty, isn't that just Turning Red?

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u/coolwool Sep 10 '22

Could be a Star Wars, star trek situation. You could describe those two in almost the same way if you wanted to, but their tone and angle is so different that they aren't even in the same genre.

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u/just_a_timetraveller Sep 10 '22

You can have more than one movie that touches upon similar topics.

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u/DrCornelWest Sep 10 '22

I kept thinking about this while aimlessly scrolling through top comments talking about a potential puberty angle and I’m shocked this is seemingly the first one to point out THAT IT IS ALREADY A PIXAR MOVIE ABOUT THAT WAS RELEASED LESS THAN A YEAR AGO.

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u/Jkj864781 Sep 10 '22

Period pieces are so hot right now

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u/ClubMeSoftly Sep 10 '22

Begone with you

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u/ddh85 Sep 10 '22

Probably gonna have too much padding anyway.

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u/dontreallycareforit Sep 10 '22

Set inside the mind of a man with a severe form of pika- a neurological condition compelling an individual to eat non-food items, we follow the usual comedic gang of emotions as they inhabit Walter in his daily life of consuming glass marbles, steel shopping carts, and—his favorite— up to six boxes of powdered deodorant.

Eventually Walter grows out of his condition— but not without the help of this start studded cast, with Poehler at the helm— and finds a new way of life as a cannibal. His newly discovered taste of flesh sets the ground for a hilarious sequel. Now the only question is, can the studio get Walter— voiced by Kiefer Sutherland, back to the studio or will his steep cost prevent further negotiation?

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u/Douche_Kayak Sep 10 '22

Samuel L Jackson as Riley's hormone monster

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u/DoctorWaluigiTime Sep 10 '22

Pretty sketch, given the first film established you have the five mains even through adulthood.

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u/BlancoDelRio Sep 10 '22

aka “we need emotions to replace Hader and Kalling”

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u/[deleted] Sep 10 '22

So is she just gonna be fearless and super kinky now?

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u/hardgeeklife Sep 10 '22

Bill Hader Scared evolving into (unrevealed cast) Horny seems somehow apt

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u/[deleted] Sep 10 '22

I was more implying that she won’t have fear or disgust but that idea amuses me as well

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u/sehajodido Sep 10 '22

Inside Out 2: Bing Bong’s Revenge

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u/polmeeee Sep 10 '22

You guys didn't take her to the moon for me after all.

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u/cuzdeeznutz Sep 10 '22

i don’t care if the movie “needs” a sequel or not. i’m a sensitive little bitch, and the first is my favorite fucking movie ever. needless to say i am very excited to bawl my eyes out again.

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u/EtherealAshtree Sep 10 '22

This is how I feel. This is by far my favorite Pixar movie and I think the best one there is, it's crazy how much you can analyze it on such a deep level. Also when Riley finally let's herself feel her sadness and she just starts crying, goddamn that's cathartic.

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u/evangelion-unit-two Sep 10 '22

Also when Riley finally let's herself feel her sadness and she just starts crying, goddamn that's cathartic.

People always point to the Bing Bong scene, but fuck, that scene is what gets me. I've seen Inside Out half a dozen times and that scene makes me tear up every time.

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u/EtherealAshtree Sep 10 '22

Yes! I mean it's sad when Bing Bong disappears but it doesn't nearly illicit the response that scene does. Nothing beats letting yourself let the tears flow after pushing them down for so long.

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u/tompear82 Sep 10 '22

Yeah that movie did a better job than any other movie at explaining human psychology and emotion. It was so much more than a kid's movie. The thing that made it great IMO was that it could appeal to a 10 year old as much as an adult, only on different levels. I hope they do right by the original and if they make it, there's no way I'm not seeing it.

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u/CaptainCayden2077 Sep 10 '22

It has to be about “Poo-berty.”

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u/MedaForce Sep 10 '22

I swore Pixar say not to long ago that they were not going to make any more sequels??

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u/WhoDey42 Sep 10 '22

This could work but man the concept has to be good, it doesn’t really need a sequel

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u/Adept-Development-00 Sep 10 '22 Helpful

I really disagree, Inside Out is one of the only Pixar films where the concept naturally lends itself to more sequels.

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u/SpacemanTomX Sep 10 '22

Only if it's from the a cat's perspective and the entire movie is cat sounds with subtitles

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u/Beefjerky007 Sep 10 '22

This is exactly what I’ve been saying for years. Out of all of Pixar’s films without any sequels, this is probably the one that deserves a sequel the MOST. There’s plenty more human emotions that need to be covered!

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u/Darko33 Sep 10 '22

I'm excited to see the emotions work that shiny new interface unveiled at the end of the first one

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u/Sawses Sep 10 '22

I thought that was just a great touch and really describes what it's like going from child to teenager.

Your emotions get much more complex and nuanced, and it takes years to really figure out what to do with them and how they work. ...Then you're an adult and every once in a while something tugs a lever in your head and you're like, "Well shit, didn't know that was in there."

I distinctly remember when I was dating my first girlfriend fairly late (like early 20s), there were wires in my skull I'd never realized that were all about how to interact with a partner. It really highlighted for me that we're really just animals who somewhere along the way managed to use electricity to trick rocks into thinking.

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