Four new emotions are present in the animated film Inside Out 2

Disney and Pixar are continuing the story of the animated film Inside Out. In the second film, there are four new emotions that will color the life of Riley, the main character. In the teenage phase, Riley (Kensington Tallman) not only has Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Anger (Lewis Black), Fear (Tony Hale), and Disgust (Liza Lapira).

1. Anxiety

Anxiety is voiced by Maya Hawke. This orange guy with big eyes often makes Riley overthink. The presence of Anxiety certainly brings new colors to Riley’s life and the other emotions in her body.

2. Ennui

Riley’s life during puberty is also filled with the emotion of Ennui. This dark blue sloth thinks everything in Riley’s world is boring. Even though he looks indifferent, Ennui wants to protect Riley from the unnecessary dramas of life.

3. Envy

Another feeling that cannot be suppressed in a teenager’s life is Envy or jealousy. Envy’s eyes will light up every time he sees something owned by someone else. Even though it is often considered negative, Envy is an important feeling in a teenager’s growth and development.

4. Embarrassment

The final emotion that will enliven Riley’s daily life is Embarrassment or shame. These emotions grow and become commonplace in teenagers’ lives. Embarrassment is depicted with a large body but is always covered by a hoodie.

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