Joining familiar faces like Joy, Anger, Sadness, Fear, and Disgust are a host of new Emotions tailored for Riley’s adolescent journey:

  • Anxiety, voiced by Maya Hawke, adds a layer of frazzled energy, ensuring Riley is prepared for every possible negative outcome.
  • Envy, voiced by Ayo Edebiri, brings a perpetual sense of jealousy, constantly coveting what others have.
  • Ennui, voiced by Adèle Exarchopoulos, embodies teenage apathy with a bored and lethargic demeanor, punctuated by well-practiced eye-rolls.
  • Embarrassment, voiced by Paul Walter Hauser, is a burly character with a blush-pink complexion, preferring to stay low-key despite his noticeable appearance.

In addition to the new Emotions, the film introduces Kensington Tallman as the voice of Riley Andersen, who is about to embark on high school. Lilimar voices Valentina “Val” Ortiz, a revered high school hockey player. Returning to the cast are Diane Lane and Kyle MacLachlan as Riley’s parents, along with a talented ensemble providing voices for Riley’s friends and other characters.


Directed by Kelsey Mann and produced by Mark Nielsen, “Inside Out 2” promises an engaging exploration of teenage emotions, set against the backdrop of a sudden upheaval in Riley’s mind. The film is slated for release exclusively in theaters on June 14, 2024.