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  • I've been looking at the pixar villains, and its makes me think, will Inside Out be the first pixar movie to have a female main antagonist!? What do you all think? would that be interesting?

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    • Yes! But who would be the anogonist? Brain cancer? O_O

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    • Flowersarepretty wrote:
      Yes!

      But who would be the anogonist? Brain cancer? O_O

      Maybe, what else could damage the mind?

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    • Carebearheart wrote:

      Flowersarepretty wrote:
      Yes!

      But who would be the anogonist? Brain cancer? O_O

      Maybe, what else could damage the mind?

      Well, the movie is focussed on emotion...hmmm... But a female antagonist would be interesting...

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    • Flowersarepretty wrote:

      Carebearheart wrote:

      Flowersarepretty wrote:
      Yes!

      But who would be the anogonist? Brain cancer? O_O

      Maybe, what else could damage the mind?

      Well, the movie is focussed on emotion...hmmm... But a female antagonist would be interesting...

      Exaclty, the only two pixar antagonists that are female so far are Darla and Mirage

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    • Yeah, but Mirage reformed and Darla isn't much of a villain in my opinion. I was thinking of a train of thought that tries to take one of the characters away and tries to distract the girl from what's important.

      I don't know. O_O

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    • Flowersarepretty wrote:
      Yeah, but Mirage reformed and Darla isn't much of a villain in my opinion.

      I was thinking of a train of thought that tries to take one of the characters away and tries to distract the girl from what's important.

      I don't know. O_O

      I don't get it! but I thought this female main villain could brain damage in physical form (like the emotions but worst!)

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    • Carebearheart wrote:

      Flowersarepretty wrote:
      Yeah, but Mirage reformed and Darla isn't much of a villain in my opinion.

      I was thinking of a train of thought that tries to take one of the characters away and tries to distract the girl from what's important.

      I don't know. O_O

      I don't get it! but I thought this female main villain could brain damage in physical form (like the emotions but worst!)

      Hmmm....Maybe...or maybe the film has no villian. O_O But your idea sounds like it could work. Recently I saw this emotions chart and it had Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, Disgust....and Suprise! And maybe their could be smaller less relevant emotions. I don't know. O_O

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    • If there was a villain in Inside Out, it would obviously be Cancer, but the villain could possibly be female. If there is no villain, well it's just guiding Riley

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    • 702085 wrote:
      If there was a villain in Inside Out, it would obviously be Cancer, but the villain could possibly be female. If there is no villain, well it's just guiding Riley

      i hope its female, pixar should stop lacking that

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    • Carebearheart wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      If there was a villain in Inside Out, it would obviously be Cancer, but the villain could possibly be female. If there is no villain, well it's just guiding Riley

      i hope its female, pixar should stop lacking that

      Agreed.

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    • And I wish that Troian Bellisario from Pretty Little Liars could voice the villain. Because she has this mystrious voice that could result very well

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    • Not necessary that can be like osmosis jones. Yes the movie will focus on Riley's world, but the fight could be at the climax of the film. But it is not necessary to be a fight, it can be an argument or persuasion to defeat the villain

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    • If there needs to be villain why not something like depression.

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    • Depression is like that can't do anything right. It could a villain in the movie. but what I was talking about is some bad thing that could kill Riley, something like Cancer. But Joy saves Riley from Cancer

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    • Because the damage that goes in the physical body could be the neighbors of the emotions. Like when you're badly injured, it hurts. But you also feel the pain that could also reach for an sad emotion or an angry emotion

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    • I guess that makes sense, when i had mono i went thorugh the same thing.

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    • To give my two cents, I don't think the antagonist, if there is one, would be brain cancer. I think it would make a quite tragic story, considering chances of survival are low. Moreover, what we got until now seems more to say that the focal point of the film is growing up in adolescence, not fighting cancer.

      Besides, I think it's unlikely to be something physical, since as Dna360 says, the film is set in the mind, not the brain. But 702085 has a point that physical damage does have an impact on our psychology.

      I'm speculating, but the story could be a bit like Finding Nemo, where there isn't a true antagonist at all. In Finding Nemo, Marlin is really struggling against the ocean itself, against his own fear of it; that's something that is not a character, that is not evil, but that can be challenging. I think that similarly, Inside Out could see the emotions on a journey dealing with the complexity of the mind, as they try to keep Riley emotionally balanced... You know, like, sometimes you don't battle against people, you battle against situations.

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    • But what if something terrible is keeping the emotions from keeping Riley functioning?

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    • But what if something terrible is keeping the emotions from keeping Riley functioning?

      Exactly!

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    • Again why mix in the physical body with the mental body?

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    • what else damages the mind?!?!?!?!?!

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    • Gray Catbird wrote:
      To give my two cents, I don't think the antagonist, if there is one, would be brain cancer. I think it would make a quite tragic story, considering chances of survival are low. Moreover, what we got until now seems more to say that the focal point of the film is growing up in adolescence, not fighting cancer.

      Besides, I think it's unlikely to be something physical, since as Dna360 says, the film is set in the mind, not the brain. But 702085 has a point that physical damage does have an impact on our psychology.

      I'm speculating, but the story could be a bit like Finding Nemo, where there isn't a true antagonist at all. In Finding Nemo, Marlin is really struggling against the ocean itself, against his own fear of it; that's something that is not a character, that is not evil, but that can be challenging. I think that similarly, Inside Out could see the emotions on a journey dealing with the complexity of the mind, as they try to keep Riley emotionally balanced... You know, like, sometimes you don't battle against people, you battle against situation

      What do you think about female villains in pixar?

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    • Yeah, but what were saying is that that villain should be a female.

      If Pixar ever does another different movie, the villain in that film that I would like to see is a sexy one

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    • Carebearheart wrote:


      Gray Catbird wrote:
      To give my two cents, I don't think the antagonist, if there is one, would be brain cancer. I think it would make a quite tragic story, considering chances of survival are low. Moreover, what we got until now seems more to say that the focal point of the film is growing up in adolescence, not fighting cancer.
      What do you think about female villains in pixar?

      I agree Pixar hasn't done many... They could use a female villain. But I just don't think Inside Out will be the time they do it. But on another side, three of Riley's five emotions are female figures, and she is a girl herself... No Pixar film before had so many female main characters (I think)! So I believe Inside Out might still be a major step for Pixar in terms of female representation.

      Dna360 wrote:
      If pixar were to dive into conterversial topics they could have puberty as the villain. That messes with your head when you are growing up.

      That's actually what I think they are going to do... Except I don't think it would be a character...

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    • I would like for them to put a sexy villainous female emotion that appears in Inside Out if they could. That sexy main villain could look like Eris from Sinbad: Legends of the Seven Seas. She could even harm Riley by using her own evil physical actions. She also terrozies the emotions, but Joy stands up to her and defends her friends and Riley.

      The reason why im saying this is because it would be great if the protagonist and antagonist would both be females

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    • Maybe the movie would span a couple of years, showing how growing up changed her emotions, and the emotions themselfs could be the villains each one taking their actions to the extreme.

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    • I think puberty, depression and anything that messes with the mind could be villains of the movie. But the one who I suggest to be the main villain is cancer. Because she could be the greatest challenge of them all. she could mess with Riley's head by hurting her from her brain, slowly, killing her and it causes an earthquake inside her mind. Joy and the emotions stand up to protect poor Riley from Cancer's wrath

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    • what about taking cancer together as just disease??

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    • Maybe. But it must be a deadly disease if Joy and the emotions want to stop her and save Riley

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    • yes but I just mean like evil diseases together. Or sick because sick is an emotion right. Cancer isn't an emotion

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    • I know Cancer isn't an emotion. And I know what you mean. Disease and Cancer mix up or just sickness.

      But do you think it could happen, like for Pixar to make that? Because the movie is set on Riley's head. But like I said back there in July 24, about the physical damage that goes in the body and reaches the sad or angry emotion. I think that's a maybe

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    • hmmm I do think Pixar can make this happen. It would be something new for them though, but people would love it I guess

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    • Let's hope then

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    • I have hope for now, but it's a who-knows-how-much-percent change that the villain could be female, but i'll hope for now. 

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    • Carebearheart wrote: I have hope for now, but it's a who-knows-how-much-percent change that the villain could be female, but i'll hope for now. 

      Yeah. It must be stunningly beautiful villain (a villain who would make the boys drop their mouths and eyes widened)could possibly indicate that she is the first main villain in a Pixar film

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    • How about the emotion of contempt?

      P.S.: If she doesn't appear in the movie, I'll turn her into an OC. No, I'll just do that now.

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    • Flowersarepretty wrote:
      How about the emotion of contempt?

      P.S.: If she doesn't appear in the movie, I'll turn her into an OC. No, I'll just do that now.

      what is contempt?

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    • Carebearheart wrote:
      Flowersarepretty wrote:
      How about the emotion of contempt?

      P.S.: If she doesn't appear in the movie, I'll turn her into an OC. No, I'll just do that now.

      what is contempt?

      Contempt is like a mix in between Disgust and Anger.

      You'll know when you read the Wikipedia Article. :)

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    • okay if you make contempt an oc, what color will she be? 

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    • Maybe light grey. But in the form of a beautiful woman with red eyes?

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Maybe light grey. But in the form of a beautiful woman with red eyes?

      that's what I think Cancer would look like, a pretty light grey woman-like with almost transparent hair

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    • About the hair, I would like it to be black

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    • 702085 wrote:
      About the hair, I would like it to be black

      okay, long or short (I pseronally like long because joy sadness and digust all have short or medium)

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    • Yeah, well long then

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    • I would make her hair the color Indigo and I would make her look as if she came from a rich family or something. O_O

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    • still long though?

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    • Probably shoulder length hair.

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    • what wrong with long? 

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    • Nothing! Why?

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    • Flowersarepretty wrote:
      Nothing!

      Why?

      Well, I thought shoulder length is short, I was thinking to her waist

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    • Does Inside Out really neeeed a bad guy?

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    • Well, kind of. It's just the the way we see it, about that the movie is set in the mind of a little girl, but then something unfortunate happens, Riley could get a sickness, which is a character in disguise. Just like the emotions, who are characters in disguise

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    • bseides, riley and the emotions can't be the only characters (that would be boring)

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    • Well obviously not, Riley's parents will most likely appear, as well as characters she interacts with in her life.

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    • In case this hasn't been said why can't the villain be a virus. I doubt  Pixar would be that ballsy and put brain cancer in one of their movies. I doubt even WB and Dreamworks would do that.

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    • Disney&WB wrote:
      In case this hasn't been said why can't the villain be a virus. I doubt  Pixar would be that ballsy and put brain cancer in one of their movies. I doubt even WB and Dreamworks would do that.

      does a virus mess with minds?

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    • yeah there's a type of virus that isn't cancer that makes you sick in the head(but not in the insane way) that makes you sad and you have to lie down.

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    • How about depression?

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    • Orlando678 wrote:
      How about depression?

      YOU MENTIONED THAT ALREADY!

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    • Isn't depression or saddess one of the main heros in this film?

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    • sorry i forgot :s Im also human you know

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    • Disney&WB wrote:
      In case this hasn't been said why can't the villain be a virus. I doubt  Pixar would be that ballsy and put brain cancer in one of their movies. I doubt even WB and Dreamworks would do that.

      I don't like that idea! viruses are guardteed to be monster-formed, not female

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    • Carebearheart wrote:
      Disney&WB wrote:
      In case this hasn't been said why can't the villain be a virus. I doubt  Pixar would be that ballsy and put brain cancer in one of their movies. I doubt even WB and Dreamworks would do that.
      I don't like that idea! viruses are guardteed to be monster-formed, not female

      If Pixar can make emotions have gender and be female, I pretty sure they can make a virus as villian who is female.

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    • okay, what do think a virus character would look like?

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    • Maybe Disgust or Anger is the villain?

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    • AniMack wrote: Maybe Disgust or Anger is the villain?

      Here we go again. They are the SUPPORTING CHARACTERS!! How could one of the main characters could be the main villain, when all the time, when the first trailer of a movie comes out they first introduce the main protagonists. The villain always appears after the first or second trailer of every Disney or Pixar movie

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    • I hope the second trailer reveals more characters, besides the six stars and riley's parents.

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    • I hope so too. I hope it can be the beautiful but evil woman-like Cancer that we've been talking about

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    • Has Pixar confirmed who will be the villain yet? And it is female?

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    • I thought there will be a villain who look like Yzma. It might be a half spider that attacks Riley and the emotions give her a magical item to defeat the villain.

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    • Female villain, eh? She has to be good on her own merits, not be there for the sake of being Pixar's first female main antagonist. That would be disservice to the film.

      That is, if there is a female villain.

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    • Timmy fenton wrote: Female villain, eh? She has to be good on her own merits, not be there for the sake of being Pixar's first female main antagonist. That would be disservice to the film.

      That is, if there is a female villain.

      But that's still not fair that all main villains have to be males. It's time they should stop lacking that. And how do you know it's going to be that a failure?

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    • I stand by my statement. I wouldn't vote for Hillary just becuase she's female, I wouldn't like or hate a character just becuase she's female...both genders can be characteristic of bad or good characters.

      I am not presuming a failure, 702085. I am actually looking forward to the movie. I am actually interested in its concept. From now on, let there be no smoke and mirrors about that.

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    • If it's not that, then what is it?

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    • 702085 wrote:
      If it's not that, then what is it?

      I'm sorry 702085, but, what exactly do you mean?

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    • About what you said, that having a female villain that has to be good at her own merits and not for the sake for being the first female Pixar villain and that it could be a disservice,

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    • What I said was she had to actually be good in villainous terms to be called good (just like a male villain), that her gender should not overly impact the opinion of moviegoers.

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    • Timmy fenton wrote:
      What I said was she had to actually be good in villainous terms to be called good (just like a male villain), that her gender should not overly impact the opinion of moviegoers.

      we're all just tired of pixar's making main villains male all the time

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    • I guess the point I was raising was more mundane than I thought.

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    • Carebearheart wrote:
      Timmy fenton wrote:
      What I said was she had to actually be good in villainous terms to be called good (just like a male villain), that her gender should not overly impact the opinion of moviegoers.
      we're all just tired of pixar's making main villains male all the time


      I'm not, I just want to see a good movie and that isn't going to change anything whether the villain is male or female.

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    • Ok. But wouldn't be cool if the villain was Cancer and she would have a striking resemblance to Eris the Goddess of Discord from Sinbad: Legends of the Seven Seas?

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    • My guess is that the villain of Inside Out will either be the emotion of hate (not Anger, FYI) or a bully in Riley's life.

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    • Ratigan6688 wrote:
      My guess is that the villain of Inside Out will either be the emotion of hate (not Anger, FYI) or a bully in Riley's life.

      that could be female?

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    • Carebearheart wrote:

      Ratigan6688 wrote:
      My guess is that the villain of Inside Out will either be the emotion of hate (not Anger, FYI) or a bully in Riley's life.

      that could be female?

      Most likely, yes.

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    • If that happens, I would like that girl bully to be the secondary antagonist

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    • 702085 wrote:
      If that happens, I would like that girl bully to be the secondary antagonist

      same!

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    • Emotion Wheel

      Robert Plutchik's Wheel of Emotion

      I found a picture of this chart of emotions made by a college professor back in 1980. Its composed of 8 basic emotions, and the combination of two emotions creates a more advanced emotion.

      Amazing Fact: On the wheel, fear is green, and disgust is purple. Those two emotions/characters got their colors switched.

      In my opinion, the main villain should be "distraction," the second to last emotion seen on the light blue section.

      Post a comment on what you think of the wheel.

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    • Carebearheart wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      If that happens, I would like that girl bully to be the secondary antagonist
      same!

      Do you think they should take any cues from Helga Pataki in that case?

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    • no

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    • i think the main antagonist is terror or evil emotion

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    • Bubble-Blitz wrote:
      i think the main antagonist is terror or evil emotion

      do you like the idea of it being female?

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    • Carebearheart wrote:

      do you like the idea of it being female?

      Let it be on the record I like that idea.

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    • Hey did you heard about a character named Meg? She is a character in the movie and she is also a child, like Riley. I really hope she can be the secondary antagonist of the movie. (Not main villain, because I want the sexy evil woman-like emotion or sickness to be the main antagonist)

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    • Cancer possible look

      This is how I want the villain, Cancer to look like in the Pixar movie Inside Out

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    • Oh and by the way, that's Eris from Sinbad: Legends of the Seven Seas, in case you didn't know. I uploaded a picture of her so I could tell you how Cancer would look like in Inside Out.

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    • Okay In the context of story how would cancer be shown? Cancer is problem for the body not the mind so that may lead to some plotholes. I think that Pixar should do something smart, make the villain the aspect of growing up. Like the in the mind there is this big bad guy named adulthood or something. Everyone is scared of him but it is revealed at the end of the movie that he is secretly helping by maturing the mind and doing other things that come out of adulthood. 

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    • Carebearheart, what do you think? Should the villain of Inside Out have a striking resemblence to that gal that I posted?

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    • Oh and thank you for defending me from that user whom I don't know what he was doing to me, but thanks.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Oh and thank you for defending me from that user whom I don't know what he was doing to me, but thanks.

      anything for a friend

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Carebearheart, what do you think? Should the villain of Inside Out have a striking resemblence to that gal that I posted?

      maybe, but maybe with feet

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    • Of course she can have feet. But what do you mean exactly?

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Of course she can have feet. But what do you mean exactly?

      well, the eris in the picture had no feet and i was thinking  she would different shoes than sadness or disgust, if you understand

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    • Oh. Now I understand. Well you see I was thinking that maybe she can wear black high heels

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    • Why did you delete my Reply? 

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    • I bet everyone of the emotions would be capable of battling her (Cancer) even Riley from ouutside. But I bet Joy is the one who defeats Cancer and saves Riley.

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    • Dna360 wrote: Why did you delete my Reply? 

      You were saying some awful things about me that I don't like.

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    • I hope Pixar will reveal the villain soon and I hope it can be Cancer

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    • Maybe from looking at the trailer there doesn't need to be a villian

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    • Disney&WB wrote:
      Maybe from looking at the trailer there doesn't need to be a villian

      That would alter plot dynamics.

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    • PaperPizza wrote:

      702085 wrote: I think puberty, depression and anything that messes with the mind could be villains of the movie. But the one who I suggest to be the main villain is cancer. Because she could be the greatest challenge of them all. she could mess with Riley's head by hurting her from her brain, slowly, killing her and it causes an earthquake inside her mind. Joy and the emotions stand up to protect poor Riley from Cancer's wrath

      Cancer will not work. You see, Cancer is only caused when you smoke/inhale nuclear stuff/chew tobacco, and poor Riley is too young to do drugs, so Cancer will not be an option.

      Sometimes, people are born with or without cancer. But It is not necessary that it can be Cancer, it can be someone else, but I really want the villain to be female and look like this

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Cancer possible look

      This is how I want the villain, Cancer to look like in the Pixar movie Inside Out

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    • In my opinion, I think the villain should be a school bully who constantly makes fun of Riley so much, the emotions inside of her start to get oversimulated. They might become "emotional" wrecks.

      Then the emotions beat her by controling Riley to make her stand up to the bully.

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    • That works well, i'd say.

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    • 702085 wrote:

      PaperPizza wrote:

      702085 wrote: I think puberty, depression and anything that messes with the mind could be villains of the movie. But the one who I suggest to be the main villain is cancer. Because she could be the greatest challenge of them all. she could mess with Riley's head by hurting her from her brain, slowly, killing her and it causes an earthquake inside her mind. Joy and the emotions stand up to protect poor Riley from Cancer's wrath

      Cancer will not work. You see, Cancer is only caused when you smoke/inhale nuclear stuff/chew tobacco, and poor Riley is too young to do drugs, so Cancer will not be an option.

      Sometimes, people are born with or without cancer. But It is not necessary that it can be Cancer, it can be someone else, but I really want the villain to be female and look like this

      Indeed, cancer doesn't have anything to do with drugs. Smoking or irradiation can increase the chances of getting a cancerigen mutation, but they don't automatically cause it, and are not the only causes. As 702085 says, it can be hereditary.

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    • From the trailer, it doesn't seem as though there's going to be any villain. It looks as though the biggest conflict is just the relationship between the family.

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    • Gray Catbird wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      PaperPizza wrote:

      702085 wrote: I think puberty, depression and anything that messes with the mind could be villains of the movie. But the one who I suggest to be the main villain is cancer. Because she could be the greatest challenge of them all. she could mess with Riley's head by hurting her from her brain, slowly, killing her and it causes an earthquake inside her mind. Joy and the emotions stand up to protect poor Riley from Cancer's wrath

      Sometimes, people are born with or without cancer. But It is not necessary that it can be Cancer, it can be someone else, but I really want the villain to be female and look like this

      Indeed, cancer doesn't have anything to do with drugs. Smoking or irradiation can increase the chances of getting a cancerigen mutation, but they don't automatically cause it, and are not the only causes. As 702085 says, it can be hereditary.

      someone could untensionally smoke aaround riley, and she could get cancer if she accidentally breathed it in

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote: From the trailer, it doesn't seem as though there's going to be any villain. It looks as though the biggest conflict is just the relationship between the family.

      I guess there will be a villain, because in the cast section of the Inside Out page, there is a character named Meg, and like Riley, she is also a young girl. I bet she is the school bully. But I think she could be the secondary antagonist

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    • Carebearheart wrote:

      Gray Catbird wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      PaperPizza wrote:

      702085 wrote: I think puberty, depression and anything that messes with the mind could be villains of the movie. But the one who I suggest to be the main villain is cancer. Because she could be the greatest challenge of them all. she could mess with Riley's head by hurting her from her brain, slowly, killing her and it causes an earthquake inside her mind. Joy and the emotions stand up to protect poor Riley from Cancer's wrath

      Sometimes, people are born with or without cancer. But It is not necessary that it can be Cancer, it can be someone else, but I really want the villain to be female and look like this

      Indeed, cancer doesn't have anything to do with drugs. Smoking or irradiation can increase the chances of getting a cancerigen mutation, but they don't automatically cause it, and are not the only causes. As 702085 says, it can be hereditary.

      someone could untensionally smoke aaround riley, and she could get cancer if she accidentally breathed it in

      Maybe, one of Meg's parents is a smoker and didn't notice that she or he gave the smoke to Riley and suddenly, the wicked sickness woman, Cancer appears

      Oh and Meg is a character that most likely is going to appear in the movie. (I saw that name on the Inside Out page in the cast section)

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    • Carebearheart, is it really necessary to delete the comments that you just removed?

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    • Carebearheart wrote:
      I've been looking at the pixar villains, and its makes me think, will Inside Out be the first pixar movie to have a female main antagonist!? What do you all think? would that be interesting?

      I'm think it would have to be nightmares or common phobias such as fear of spiders (arachnidphobia) and other fears in between.

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    • that didn't make sense!

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    • Wolf 91 wrote: Maby Inside Out won't have a villain.

      Maybe it will.

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    • I like how you can just say an opinion that carebear doesn't like and that isn't offensive and she has to removed it.

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    • Jjuser wrote: Carebearheart, is it really necessary to delete the comments that you just removed?

      Yeah. Can you restore them or can you just tell me what did you comment about?

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Jjuser wrote: Carebearheart, is it really necessary to delete the comments that you just removed?

      Yeah. Can you restore them or can you just tell me what did you comment about?

      All removed comments are still in the history, and the same way any user can remove a comment, any user can restore it.

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    • Okay, I have already read them, but what did they mean all of them?

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    • Okay enough with the removing comments.

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    • Ok. That's it. Guess what? Never mind all of it and let's get to the subject. Who else agrees with me that the villain of Inside Out can look like the goddes Eris, a picture that I uploaded up above and that she can have feet and wears black high heels?

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    • me

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    • Great. And maybe she could have came from a cigarette's smoke accidently given to Riley, inhaling it, whithout noticing

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    • Maby the main villine will be a mean kid from Riley's school.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      Maby the main villine will be a mean kid from Riley's school.


      That's what I said. Look at the comment after the Eris picture.

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    • AnimationFan15 wrote:

      Wolf 91 wrote:
      Maby the main villine will be a mean kid from Riley's school.


      That's what I said. Look at the comment after the Eris picture.

      Yes. And I too want that bully to appear in the movie. But then I also said (that reply was somehow deleted, I think) that she could be the secondary villain of the movie

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    • The villain might be ADHD. He could mess with the mind, and toatally confuse Riley. But if there's no villain, it will be probably the emotions or something?

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    • PaperPizza wrote: The villain might be ADHD. He could mess with the mind, and toatally confuse Riley. But if there's no villain, it will be probably the emotions or something?

      Maybe. But still I would like the villain to be female and to look like Eris

      If there is no villain, maybe

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    • PaperPizza wrote:
      The villain might be ADHD. He could mess with the mind, and toatally confuse Riley. But if there's no villain, it will be probably the emotions or something?

      we're saying it should be female!

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    • Carebearheart wrote:

      PaperPizza wrote:
      The villain might be ADHD. He could mess with the mind, and toatally confuse Riley. But if there's no villain, it will be probably the emotions or something?

      we're saying it should be female!

      Exactly

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Carebearheart wrote:

      PaperPizza wrote:
      The villain might be ADHD. He could mess with the mind, and toatally confuse Riley. But if there's no villain, it will be probably the emotions or something?
      we're saying it should be female!
      Exactly

      Interasting.

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    • Carebearheart wrote:
      PaperPizza wrote:
      The villain might be ADHD. He could mess with the mind, and toatally confuse Riley. But if there's no villain, it will be probably the emotions or something?
      we're saying it should be female!

      What does being female have anything to do with it? Having ADHD as a villain is a great idea, yet you're just focusing on gender.

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    • That's the point of this blog. The person who created it suggests that it be female.

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    • AnimationFan15 wrote:
      That's the point of this blog. The person who created it suggests that it be female.

      Yeah, but why does it HAVE to be female? A good villain is a villain who is either a villain through-and-through or a villain trying to be a hero for the wrong reasons and through the wrong means. Gender has very little to do with it.

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    • It's just that every Pixar villain in every Pixar movie are males. I think it's time we put a female one.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      It's just that every Pixar villain in every Pixar movie are males. I think it's time we put a female one.

      I've said it before and I'll say it again: Haveing all the villains be males seem kinda sexist.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      It's just that every Pixar villain in every Pixar movie are males. I think it's time we put a female one.
      I've said it before and I'll say it again: Haveing all the villains be males seem kinda sexist.

      Umm, not really, but I do think that it would be interesting if Pixar came up with a female villain.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      It's just that every Pixar villain in every Pixar movie are males. I think it's time we put a female one.
      I've said it before and I'll say it again: Haveing all the villains be males seem kinda sexist.

      No... it's people's INTERPRETATIONS that make it sexist.

      Villains like Hopper, Syndrome and Lotso aren't villains because they're male, they're villains because they're evil. If you want to have the mindset that for a villain to be good they need to be feminist, fine, but don't paint every Pixar villain with the same brush and just write them off as sexist.

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    • finally ^^^^^^

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      It's just that every Pixar villain in every Pixar movie are males. I think it's time we put a female one.
      I've said it before and I'll say it again: Haveing all the villains be males seem kinda sexist.
      No... it's people's INTERPRETATIONS that make it sexist.

      Villains like Hopper, Syndrome and Lotso aren't villains because they're male, they're villains because they're evil. If you want to have the mindset that for a villain to be good they need to be feminist, fine, but don't paint every Pixar villain with the same brush and just write them off as sexist.

      I was just saying.

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    • BatPika28 wrote: Spoiler: These are no Villain in Inside out

      You are saying this because the villain didn't appear in the trailer, until the pieces come together

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    • I think there is no villain. The main focus of the film is about a pre-teen going through a lot of changes in her life, she is moving across the country and being uprooted from all the friends she's ever made at her old home and school. The only antagonist is the the struggle to adjust to that (her emotions struggle to work together and deal with these changes.)

      But maybe there might be a female classmate that bullies Riley? Mean girls are common in today's society (belive me THERE'S A LOT). It would make sense for one of Riley's new classmates to tease and isolate her. This could make a very realistic antagonist and Riley more relateable but we never know until the movie's out, or until more trailers are realeased!

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    • DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      I think there is no villain. The main focus of the film is about a pre-teen going through a lot of changes in her life, she is moving across the country and being uprooted from all the friends she's ever made at her old home and school. The only antagonist is the the struggle to adjust to that (her emotions struggle to work together and deal with these changes.)

      But maybe there might be a female classmate that bullies Riley? Mean girls are common in today's society (belive me THERE'S A LOT). It would make sense for one of Riley's new classmates to tease and isolate her. This could make a very realistic antagonist and Riley more relateable but we never know until the movie's out, or until more trailers are realeased!

      That makes a lot of sense. I just hope the villain is a bully.

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    • DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      I think there is no villain. The main focus of the film is about a pre-teen going through a lot of changes in her life, she is moving across the country and being uprooted from all the friends she's ever made at her old home and school. The only antagonist is the the struggle to adjust to that (her emotions struggle to work together and deal with these changes.)

      But maybe there might be a female classmate that bullies Riley? Mean girls are common in today's society (belive me THERE'S A LOT). It would make sense for one of Riley's new classmates to tease and isolate her. This could make a very realistic antagonist and Riley more relateable but we never know until the movie's out, or until more trailers are realeased!

      You know what, your right.

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    • DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      I think there is no villain. The main focus of the film is about a pre-teen going through a lot of changes in her life, she is moving across the country and being uprooted from all the friends she's ever made at her old home and school. The only antagonist is the the struggle to adjust to that (her emotions struggle to work together and deal with these changes.)

      But maybe there might be a female classmate that bullies Riley? Mean girls are common in today's society (belive me THERE'S A LOT). It would make sense for one of Riley's new classmates to tease and isolate her. This could make a very realistic antagonist and Riley more relateable but we never know until the movie's out, or until more trailers are realeased!

      That makes sense. I believe that the antagonist could be a bully. But who knows? Maybe there will be a villain, maybe there won't. And again, these are just OPINIONS and speculations that we have the right to discuss.

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    • Why you remove my comments >:(

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    • Jjuser wrote:
      DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      I think there is no villain. The main focus of the film is about a pre-teen going through a lot of changes in her life, she is moving across the country and being uprooted from all the friends she's ever made at her old home and school. The only antagonist is the the struggle to adjust to that (her emotions struggle to work together and deal with these changes.)

      But maybe there might be a female classmate that bullies Riley? Mean girls are common in today's society (belive me THERE'S A LOT). It would make sense for one of Riley's new classmates to tease and isolate her. This could make a very realistic antagonist and Riley more relateable but we never know until the movie's out, or until more trailers are realeased!

      That makes sense. I believe that the antagonist could be a bully. But who knows? Maybe there will be a villain, maybe there won't. And again, these are just OPINIONS and speculations that we have the right to discuss.

      And everyone get's the female antagonist they want! Thank you, I'm glad people can see my idea. I've had these thoughts since I heard of Inside out coming soon to theatres on whether or not there will be an antagonist! 

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    • Great. I think we can all agree with that girl bully in Inside Out as the villain. But I really wanted the other female villain, (who could look like Eris) to appear in the movie too. So maybe we can have two female villains at the same time

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Great. I think we can all agree with that girl bully in Inside Out as the villain. But I really wanted the other female villain, (who could look like Eris) to appear in the movie too. So maybe we can have two female villains at the same time

      Just like Monsters, Inc.: they had two male villains.

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    • AnimationFan15 wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Great. I think we can all agree with that girl bully in Inside Out as the villain. But I really wanted the other female villain, (who could look like Eris) to appear in the movie too. So maybe we can have two female villains at the same time

      Just like Monsters, Inc.: they had two male villains.

      That's true. But it's not determined whether or not their will even be a main antagonist.

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    • If people want a female villain, then maybe we should wait for Pixar to release another movie. Inside Out just doesn't seem like the type of movie to have a serious antagonist. Maybe Pixar could create another movie, and then they could bring out the villain's full potential! :)

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    • Just to clarify who will be the Protagonist of Inside Out?

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    • Riley is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Riley is guided by her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness. The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley’s mind, where they help advise her through everyday life. As Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San Francisco, turmoil ensues in Headquarters. Although Joy, Riley’s main and most important emotion, tries to keep things positive, the emotions conflict on how best to navigate a new city, house and school.


      Nothing really about a villain here but I think the getting used to the new place will make it difficult. Maybe there's an annoying child on school. The main protagonist will be either Riley or Joy.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      Just to clarify who will be the Protagonist of Inside Out?

      According to the director Pete Docter, it's Joy (source). Although he also says the film has two stories, and I guess Riley will be the "lead" of the second one, in the outside the mind world.

      And... While I don't think there will be a villain, Disgust seems to be shaping up as the best candidate to be the main antagonist. If she is, then technically there would be a female main antagonist in Inside Out... Except I don't think she is evil and thus, she would not be a villain.

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    • Gray Catbird wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      Just to clarify who will be the Protagonist of Inside Out?
      According to the director Pete Docter, it's Joy (source). Although he also says the film has two stories, and I guess Riley will be the "lead" of the second one, in the outside the mind world.

      And... While I don't think there will be a villain, Disgust seems to be shaping up as the best candidate to be the main antagonist. If she is, then technically there would be a female main antagonist in Inside Out... Except I don't think she is evil and thus, she would not be a villain.

      Thanks I asked cause I found this site on the Pixar Wiki.

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    • I also dream casted a possible voice actress for Cancer. I would like Nicole Kidman or Troian Bellisario to voice Cancer

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    • I think Riley first met a school bully (who is female) and have their relationship like Sherman and Penny in Mr. Peabody and Sherman. Then Riley met Cancer and Joy (Anger or Disgust) give her tactics.

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: I think Riley first met a school bully (who is female) and have their relationship like Sherman and Penny in Mr. Peabody and Sherman. Then Riley met Cancer and Joy (Anger or Disgust) give her tactics.

      Yeah, that's a good one. And do you think the school bully will be called "Meg"? Because I saw the name that in the cast section of Inside Out and that she is a pree teen like Riley that she is voiced by Paris Van Dyke

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: I think Riley first met a school bully (who is female) and have their relationship like Sherman and Penny in Mr. Peabody and Sherman. Then Riley met Cancer and Joy (Anger or Disgust) give her tactics.

      Yeah, that's a good one. And do you think the school bully will be called "Meg"? Because I saw the name that in the cast section of Inside Out and that she is a pree teen like Riley that she is voiced by Paris Van Dyke

      It could be possible.

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: I think Riley first met a school bully (who is female) and have their relationship like Sherman and Penny in Mr. Peabody and Sherman. Then Riley met Cancer and Joy (Anger or Disgust) give her tactics.

      Yeah, that's a good one. And do you think the school bully will be called "Meg"? Because I saw the name that in the cast section of Inside Out and that she is a pree teen like Riley that she is voiced by Paris Van Dyke

      When Riley first met her, she wanted to make friends with Meg too. But Meg bullied her, so at that night (just like in Trailer 2) Riley was sarcastic.

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    • Yeah. Maybe that could be the reason why she was angry at the dinner table and she stared arguing and her father put his foot down and he sent her up to her room.

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    • Looks like Inside out is the first pixar film to have the most villain. Looks like those people (emotions and deceases) shown below are going to be villains:

      Cancer

      Meg (later become good)

      Aggressiveness

      Distraction

      Insanity

      Discord

      Evilness

      Rage

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    • How do you know that all these characters will come in the movie or are you just naming them while there will be no characters of them

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    • I am just discussing if some of them come out as a villain.

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    • If there is no villain in Inside Out (that you want), let's check in the sequel.

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote:
      If there is no villain in Inside Out (that you want), let's check in the sequel.

      oh please, don't start talking about sequels already. the villain of Inside Out must happen before it's too late

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    • Okay. I think Inside Out will be a film like this:

      Riley moves to San Francisco from Minnesota and she got bored. Riley doesn't enjoy it. While Joy and Sadness were discussing to help Riley. Fear curiously look at them. Joy find him and he screams. Then Fear got back to work with Anger and Disgust.

      Riley complained to her mom and dad then her dad got angry so he tells her to go back to her room.

      Later it was school day and Riley wanted some fun with others but Meg bullies her. Meg's parents are oil workers(or smokers). Meg was angry at Riley and she took gas oil(or smoke) secretly from her parents then it went to Riley's house. Then Cancer comes. While Riley saw Cancer she freak out and told her parents. At that time Anger saw Fear doing something to inform Riley, Anger wanted to function Riley too so he push him (Fear) away. Now Fear is lost.

      Joy knew that Fear is lost but without thinking twice she comes to save him. Fear is worried about what happen to Riley when she was taken by Cancer. But Joy tells him to calm down and she and Fear saved Riley.

      Now Riley is friendly with Meg.

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    • And you forgot to mention that after that, they all went to have a showdown with Cancer and teach her a lesson. Joy and Cancer struggled while the others combined their talents to battle the disease woman

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    • Okay, so let's put that part in paragraph 5 and 6.

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    • Not a lot about Disgust hmm

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    • Orlando678 wrote:
      Not a lot about Disgust hmm

      Disgust can be also involved but we dont know what she can do. so we will just hav to think

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    • Oh I just have an idea: Disgust was reluctant to help Riley with the others and wanted some time for herself and do things for her own purposes. But then Fear would come and try to convince her that Riley is the most important being that needs to be helped first before oneself. She then agreed. She also went to work with Fear and Anger.

      (Maybe little by little Disgust and Fear would start to have a relationship)

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    • I don't think relationships are going to happen between the emotions

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    • I was just suggesting that maybe it could happen. If it doesn't happen, well that's fine however

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    • What happen to Joy and Sadness?

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    • Looks like Fear or Disgust is going to be a deutragonist or tritagonist. I think there will be a false protagonist. hmmm

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote:
      Looks like Fear or Disgust is going to be a deutragonist or tritagonist. I think there will be a false protagonist. hmmm

      i say Sadness will be the deutragonist

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    • Who is the tritagonist?

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: Who is the tritagonist?

      Most likely, Riley because they said Joy was the protagonist and Sadnesss supposedly the deuteragonit

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    • 702085 wrote:

      Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: Who is the tritagonist?

      Most likely, Riley because they said Joy was the protagonist and Sadnesss supposedly the deuteragonit

      But Riley isn't in the movie poster. (Maybe like Monster Inc. There's no tritagonist)

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    • Maybe Boo is the tritagonist in Monsters Inc. I don't see her in Monsters University.

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    • I thout Riley would be the Dertagonist.

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    • People people. From what we've seen from the trailers, there doesn't seem to be one protagonist. The 5 emotions are all working towards the same goal and are on equal levels. And there doesn't seem to be a main antagonist, there's just a conflict between the family.

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote: People people. From what we've seen from the trailers, there doesn't seem to be one protagonist. The 5 emotions are all working towards the same goal and are on equal levels. And there doesn't seem to be a main antagonist, there's just a conflict between the family.

      Yeah, but what if there is something strange happening to Riley like if she was dying and then from inside her mind, the whole headquarters was breaking apart and Joy and the emotions try to make her function, but it was no use. (Keeping the child functioning is their goal) so they could work together and find out why Riley is dying and they could discover that the source of the danger turned out to be the sneaky Cancer who wanted to destroy both Riley and the emotions. The emotions teamed up and finally put Cancer to an end and Riley was saved

      I mean I'm not saying that this could happen in the movie. But since the emotions's goal is to keep Riley functioning, so maybe there is an unfortunate event that could possibly prevent Joy and the emotions from functioning Riley

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    • 702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote: People people. From what we've seen from the trailers, there doesn't seem to be one protagonist. The 5 emotions are all working towards the same goal and are on equal levels. And there doesn't seem to be a main antagonist, there's just a conflict between the family.

      Yeah, but what if there is something strange happening to Riley like if she was dying and then from inside her mind, the whole headquarters was breaking apart and Joy and the emotions try to make her function, but it was no use. (Keeping the child functioning is their goal) so they could work together and find out why Riley is dying and they could discover that the source of the danger turned out to be the sneaky Cancer who wanted to destroy both Riley and the emotions. The emotions teamed up and finally put Cancer to an end and Riley was saved

      I mean I'm not saying that this could happen in the movie. But since the emotions's goal is to keep Riley functioning, so maybe there is an unfortunate event that could possibly prevent Joy and the emotions from functioning Riley

      Yeah, there's no chance of that happening.

      a) Cancer has nothing to do with emotions. It's a biological disease formation

      b) Emotions can't get rid of cancer

      c) Pixar are against through-and-through evil villains

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    • Well, since Cancer is a sickness that little by little weakens the human and die. I just think that if Cancer is a character in the form of a beautiful woman in this movie, then maybe she could use her abilities to make Riley succumb to her disease. If Riley is dying, maybe from inside her mind there is an earthquake and the emotions investigate what is going on. Along with the help of the doctors at a hospital where Riley could be attended to cure. They could also defeat Cancer

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    • Emotions only will go crazy when you have cancer but they won't do anthing against it

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    • Then what are they going to do? Just panic? I say that when Riley is at the hospital, she tries to go positive telling herself that she will be brave and fight for her life, which makes Joy and the emotions stronger, but when she is negative, Cancer will grow stronger. Maybe from outside Riley is both being operated by the doctors and trying to be positive that she will be okay, from inside her mind Joy and the emotions are facing Cancer in combat.

      It's like when Riley is being positive from the outside and trying to not succumb to the disease, Joy and the emotions are fighting with Cancer from inside. Get it?

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote: People people. From what we've seen from the trailers, there doesn't seem to be one protagonist. The 5 emotions are all working towards the same goal and are on equal levels. And there doesn't seem to be a main antagonist, there's just a conflict between the family.

      Yeah, but what if there is something strange happening to Riley like if she was dying and then from inside her mind, the whole headquarters was breaking apart and Joy and the emotions try to make her function, but it was no use. (Keeping the child functioning is their goal) so they could work together and find out why Riley is dying and they could discover that the source of the danger turned out to be the sneaky Cancer who wanted to destroy both Riley and the emotions. The emotions teamed up and finally put Cancer to an end and Riley was saved

      I mean I'm not saying that this could happen in the movie. But since the emotions's goal is to keep Riley functioning, so maybe there is an unfortunate event that could possibly prevent Joy and the emotions from functioning Riley

      Yeah, there's no chance of that happening.

      a) Cancer has nothing to do with emotions. It's a biological disease formation

      b) Emotions can't get rid of cancer

      c) Pixar are against through-and-through evil villains

      I have to agree with ToyStoryFan123. Pixar is a kid friendly company and I don't think they would ever add that in a kid's film. While I understand and respect that this is your opinion but it just doesn't seem plausible for a film dedicated to kids. Although your idea is very interesting and very thought out.

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    • Hey but I don't get it. How come Pixar is against through and through villains like Cancer (the actual sickness not the woman) and other dangerous sicknesses? I know that it is dedicated to kids, but I don't see anything unrated or off limits of this idea I'm giving. I just don't understand, can you tell me? I'm confused

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Hey but I don't get it. How come Pixar is against through and through villains like Cancer (the actual sickness not the woman) and other dangerous sicknesses? I know that it is dedicated to kids, but I don't see anything unrated or off limits of this idea I'm giving. I just don't understand, can you tell me? I'm confused

      I think it's because this movie is supposed to be about emotions.

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    • And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do

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    • 702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do

      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.

      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.

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    • DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.
      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.

      And if anything, it will just confuse them even more on the subject.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Hey but I don't get it. How come Pixar is against through and through villains like Cancer (the actual sickness not the woman) and other dangerous sicknesses? I know that it is dedicated to kids, but I don't see anything unrated or off limits of this idea I'm giving. I just don't understand, can you tell me? I'm confused

      I think it's because this movie is supposed to be about emotions.

      Yes, but what if a sickness gets in the way during the movie and the emotions are unable to control her feelings? And what if Riley can't get angry or sad during her pain? And that could mean Sadness and Anger are not controlling her feelings and what if they can't control Riley's feelings because of a surprise emotion? Because I see no surprise character in the film so that could mean that surprise is just a block that prevents the emotions from controlling her

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote:

      DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.
      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.

      And if anything, it will just confuse them even more on the subject.

      Because it is about emotions and no sicknesses are allowed in the movie?

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    • Looks like Inside Out has both happy, sad, brainstorming, boring and horror movie.

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    • Okay. If its about emotions not sickness,how about Pixar making in villain emotion like Evil, Aggressiveness , Discord or Terror(Terror is male pair to Fear, I don't think its female).

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: Okay. If its about emotions not sickness,how about Pixar making in villain emotion like Evil, Aggressiveness , Discord or Terror(Terror is male pair to Fear, I don't think its female).

      I don't know. All I wanted was to have the villain of Inside Out being a female and to look like Eris from the movie Sinbad. So it doesn't have to be Cancer if they don't want to. It's just the lookalike and being female

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    • Here's what I was thinking: Riley herself is the main antagonist.

      Think about it. She's just recently moved, she needs to find the place she belongs socially, and she's probably going through a lot. Her mind and emotions are probably tearing her apart, and she has to overcome them to try to be happy. So, in a way, I'm guessing Riley/Grief will be the main antagonist. I don't know if it'll be a legit person/emotional character or not, but that's what it sounds like if it was Grief

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    • Rosewoods Finest wrote:
      Here's what I was thinking: Riley herself is the main antagonist.

      Think about it. She's just recently moved, she needs to find the place she belongs socially, and she's probably going through a lot. Her mind and emotions are probably tearing her apart, and she has to overcome them to try to be happy. So, in a way, I'm guessing Riley/Grief will be the main antagonist. I don't know if it'll be a legit person/emotional character or not, but that's what it sounds like if it was Grief

      Nice theory. I'm tired of the theory that the villain is Cancer. It reminds me of seeing the same comment over and over on a YouTube video's comments section.

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    • Well, Have it your way. Just so you know, that all I desire is the female villain and the lookalike. It can be any kind of emotion.

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    • 702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:

      DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.
      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.
      And if anything, it will just confuse them even more on the subject.
      Because it is about emotions and no sicknesses are allowed in the movie?

      No, because cancer is an incredibly dark subject and shouldn't be adapted into a kids' film where it is presented as the villain and can just be defeated by emotions.

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    • 702085 wrote:
      Well, Have it your way. Just so you know, that all I desire is the female villain and the lookalike. It can be any kind of emotion.

      So... you don't care what the villain just as long they're female?

      That's kinda sexist.

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote:

      702085 wrote:
      Well, Have it your way. Just so you know, that all I desire is the female villain and the lookalike. It can be any kind of emotion.

      So... you don't care what the villain just as long they're female?

      That's kinda sexist.

      Sorry, it's just that their isn't a Pixar movie in where the villain is female. (Darla from Finding Nemo doesnt count because she is secondary) So I was hoping they could do that for the first time in Inside Out.

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:

      DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.
      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.
      And if anything, it will just confuse them even more on the subject.
      Because it is about emotions and no sicknesses are allowed in the movie?

      No, because cancer is an incredibly dark subject and shouldn't be adapted into a kids' film where it is presented as the villain and can just be defeated by emotions.

      Oh. So there can be other sicknesses who are also anthropomorphic characters but keeping the Cancer character out of the subject?

      And hey, the way I'm creating Cancer is not as dark or horrifying as it is. It's just her that uses her beam-like powers to drain out Riley's health and energy and they are all in the form of yellow balls. Just like in the first teaser trailer, that you see a million balls that I think it's memories but also can be health and energy. If Pixar could ever consider that she (Cancer) is not so horrifying but is actually a race against time

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    • 702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:

      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:


      DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.
      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.
      And if anything, it will just confuse them even more on the subject.
      Because it is about emotions and no sicknesses are allowed in the movie?
      No, because cancer is an incredibly dark subject and shouldn't be adapted into a kids' film where it is presented as the villain and can just be defeated by emotions.
      Oh. So there can be other sicknesses who are also anthropomorphic characters but keeping the Cancer character out of the subject?

      And hey, the way I'm creating Cancer is not as dark or horrifying as it is. It's just her that uses her beam-like powers to drain out Riley's health and energy and they are all in the form of yellow balls. Just like in the first teaser trailer, that you see a million balls that I think it's memories but also can be health and energy. If Pixar could ever consider that she (Cancer) is not so horrifying but is actually a race against time

      Erm... I never said that the way you were presenting cancer was dark or horrifying, but cancer itself is a horrifying thing. It is not something that should be glamourised in a children's movie. Cancer does not kill memories. Cancer is responsible for the loss of millions of lives and is not something that should be presented in a comedy film about emotions.

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:


      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:



      DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.
      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.
      And if anything, it will just confuse them even more on the subject.
      Because it is about emotions and no sicknesses are allowed in the movie?
      No, because cancer is an incredibly dark subject and shouldn't be adapted into a kids' film where it is presented as the villain and can just be defeated by emotions.
      Oh. So there can be other sicknesses who are also anthropomorphic characters but keeping the Cancer character out of the subject?

      And hey, the way I'm creating Cancer is not as dark or horrifying as it is. It's just her that uses her beam-like powers to drain out Riley's health and energy and they are all in the form of yellow balls. Just like in the first teaser trailer, that you see a million balls that I think it's memories but also can be health and energy. If Pixar could ever consider that she (Cancer) is not so horrifying but is actually a race against time

      Erm... I never said that the way you were presenting cancer was dark or horrifying, but cancer itself is a horrifying thing. It is not something that should be glamourised in a children's movie. Cancer does not kill memories. Cancer is responsible for the loss of millions of lives and is not something that should be presented in a comedy film about emotions.

      No one is saying that you were trying to make it seem horrifying, the idea seems very cool and very thoughtout, it's just to mature for younger audiences. We all respect that this is your idea, what we're saying is that cancer is something hard and scary for kids who love Pixar to understand the topic. Pixar is about making people forget about reality and to escape in the fantasy, adventure, family, comedy and action that it delivers. 

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    • He's right. Cancer is just too morbid for a Pixar movie.

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    • Cancer isn't necessarily a bad idea, but emotions and cancer don't balance each other out. Being happy doesn't cure cancer, nor does any other emotion. To make the film make sense, it'd have to be the emotions trying to find their way against an outside source or another emotion. I think it'd scare or upset kids who have had family members who have/had cancer, and provide false hope or bring thorough questions to mind about why loved ones were lost. Disney and Pixar probably know that the theory is too risky to portray, so cancer will probably not be the antagonist.

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    • DisneyFan1901 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:


      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:



      DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.
      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.
      And if anything, it will just confuse them even more on the subject.
      Because it is about emotions and no sicknesses are allowed in the movie?
      No, because cancer is an incredibly dark subject and shouldn't be adapted into a kids' film where it is presented as the villain and can just be defeated by emotions.
      Oh. So there can be other sicknesses who are also anthropomorphic characters but keeping the Cancer character out of the subject?

      And hey, the way I'm creating Cancer is not as dark or horrifying as it is. It's just her that uses her beam-like powers to drain out Riley's health and energy and they are all in the form of yellow balls. Just like in the first teaser trailer, that you see a million balls that I think it's memories but also can be health and energy. If Pixar could ever consider that she (Cancer) is not so horrifying but is actually a race against time

      Erm... I never said that the way you were presenting cancer was dark or horrifying, but cancer itself is a horrifying thing. It is not something that should be glamourised in a children's movie. Cancer does not kill memories. Cancer is responsible for the loss of millions of lives and is not something that should be presented in a comedy film about emotions.

      No one is saying that you were trying to make it seem horrifying, the idea seems very cool and very thoughtout, it's just to mature for younger audiences. We all respect that this is your idea, what we're saying is that cancer is something hard and scary for kids who love Pixar to understand the topic. Pixar is about making people forget about reality and to escape in the fantasy, adventure, family, comedy and action that it delivers. 

      Oh. I get it now. Sorry if I didn't understand it very well. And sorry that I almost made the mistake of bringing children fear of what could possibly happen if the movie was made that way. Even though im no Pixar producer but, still sorry. Ok so, what emotion or sickness can be well used to be the villain of Inside Out according to your opinions? I would like to hear it from you if you dont mind

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    • 702085 wrote:

      DisneyFan1901 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:



      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:



      DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.
      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.
      And if anything, it will just confuse them even more on the subject.
      Because it is about emotions and no sicknesses are allowed in the movie?
      No, because cancer is an incredibly dark subject and shouldn't be adapted into a kids' film where it is presented as the villain and can just be defeated by emotions.
      Oh. So there can be other sicknesses who are also anthropomorphic characters but keeping the Cancer character out of the subject?

      And hey, the way I'm creating Cancer is not as dark or horrifying as it is. It's just her that uses her beam-like powers to drain out Riley's health and energy and they are all in the form of yellow balls. Just like in the first teaser trailer, that you see a million balls that I think it's memories but also can be health and energy. If Pixar could ever consider that she (Cancer) is not so horrifying but is actually a race against time

      Erm... I never said that the way you were presenting cancer was dark or horrifying, but cancer itself is a horrifying thing. It is not something that should be glamourised in a children's movie. Cancer does not kill memories. Cancer is responsible for the loss of millions of lives and is not something that should be presented in a comedy film about emotions.
      No one is saying that you were trying to make it seem horrifying, the idea seems very cool and very thoughtout, it's just to mature for younger audiences. We all respect that this is your idea, what we're saying is that cancer is something hard and scary for kids who love Pixar to understand the topic. Pixar is about making people forget about reality and to escape in the fantasy, adventure, family, comedy and action that it delivers. 
      Oh. I get it now. Sorry if I didn't understand it very well. And sorry that I almost made the mistake of bringing children fear of what could possibly happen if the movie was made that way. Even though im no Pixar producer but, still sorry. Ok so, what emotion or sickness can be well used to be the villain of Inside Out according to your opinions? I would like to hear it from you if you dont mind

      In my personal opinion, I feel that this film would benefit heavily from having no villain. No evil emotions or evil illnesses, just a conflict between the family. It doesn't have to be some sort of domestic abuse situation, it could just be a day or a week in the life of this family and how their emotions influence their day-to-day life.

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    • 702085 wrote:

      DisneyFan1901 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:



      702085 wrote:

      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:



      DisneyFan1901 wrote:
      ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      702085 wrote:
      And what about Cars 2? It's a Pixar spy film and kids don't understand much about the movie, about the plot but they do understand the crime fighting styles and what they do
      But... this is kinda... cancer we're talking about. You can't just have a film that sweeps it under the rug and says that it will all be okay.
      He's got a point. Some kids might not even fully understand what cancer is. And this is Pixar we're talking about.
      And if anything, it will just confuse them even more on the subject.
      Because it is about emotions and no sicknesses are allowed in the movie?
      No, because cancer is an incredibly dark subject and shouldn't be adapted into a kids' film where it is presented as the villain and can just be defeated by emotions.
      Oh. So there can be other sicknesses who are also anthropomorphic characters but keeping the Cancer character out of the subject?

      And hey, the way I'm creating Cancer is not as dark or horrifying as it is. It's just her that uses her beam-like powers to drain out Riley's health and energy and they are all in the form of yellow balls. Just like in the first teaser trailer, that you see a million balls that I think it's memories but also can be health and energy. If Pixar could ever consider that she (Cancer) is not so horrifying but is actually a race against time

      Erm... I never said that the way you were presenting cancer was dark or horrifying, but cancer itself is a horrifying thing. It is not something that should be glamourised in a children's movie. Cancer does not kill memories. Cancer is responsible for the loss of millions of lives and is not something that should be presented in a comedy film about emotions.
      No one is saying that you were trying to make it seem horrifying, the idea seems very cool and very thoughtout, it's just to mature for younger audiences. We all respect that this is your idea, what we're saying is that cancer is something hard and scary for kids who love Pixar to understand the topic. Pixar is about making people forget about reality and to escape in the fantasy, adventure, family, comedy and action that it delivers. 
      Oh. I get it now. Sorry if I didn't understand it very well. And sorry that I almost made the mistake of bringing children fear of what could possibly happen if the movie was made that way. Even though im no Pixar producer but, still sorry. Ok so, what emotion or sickness can be well used to be the villain of Inside Out according to your opinions? I would like to hear it from you if you dont mind

      It's fine don't feel bad. You were only expressing your idea which is entirely okay, it's just that cancer is a strong topic. For now,  I think the only villain could possibly be a mean girl and if not, the movie's main focus is just about how these 'emotions' are trying to accept these changes and struggles that a pre-teen faces.

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    • All right. Maybe it could work well

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    • Cancer, hate, i don't care anymore, just as long as it's a female, something to break the "main villain forever male" pattern in pixar movie!

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    • Carebearheart wrote: Cancer, hate, i don't care anymore, just as long as it's a female, something to break the "main villain forever male" pattern in pixar movie!

      Yeah and keeping that Eris lookalike to the whoever is going to be the female main villain

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    • Maybe Fear is like Aisha. He got some cousins and sons who are bad. Maybe Terror ( let's make Terror Fear's bad cousin sister).

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    • If a scary villain like Cancer comes, this film will look like The Black Cauldron. But however I love The Black Cauldron film.

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    • Fear makes sense -- I think that's what they were trying to do with Frozen... has anyone seen that special clip on Disney Family Movies #vod? I've been tring to locate it, but having trouble. :-/ 

      I saw the tailer #2 on youtube -- looks cute!

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    • Sunnymistycat wrote: Fear makes sense -- I think that's what they were trying to do with Frozen... has anyone seen that special clip on Disney Family Movies #vod? I've been tring to locate it, but having trouble. :-/ 

      I saw the tailer #2 on youtube -- looks cute!

      It's about Frozen Fever the short before the Cinderella live action movie?

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    • Frozen certainly isn't slowing down, that's for sure. I haven't heard anything about the short before the live action Cinderella, but I'm sure there will be one and it will be a good one!

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    • But can you upload a link of that special clip?

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote: If a scary villain like Cancer comes, this film will look like The Black Cauldron. But however I love The Black Cauldron film.

      Yeah. But enough of the Cancer situation. I just wanted a hot smoking wicked female villain (emotion or sickness or whoever) to appear in Inside Out

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    • Hope the villain will be a school bully, or a bad emotion like distraction, or annoyance.

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    • AnimationFan15 wrote: Hope the villain will be a school bully, or a bad emotion like distraction, or annoyance.

      That could be possible, but more possible is the school bully because in the trailer Riley begins to argue with her parents without giving them the reason why she was mad. Maybe because Meg (the school bully) had began to do her day worse

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    • 702085 wrote:

      AnimationFan15 wrote: Hope the villain will be a school bully, or a bad emotion like distraction, or annoyance.

      That could be possible, but more possible is the school bully because in the trailer Riley begins to argue with her parents without giving them the reason why she was mad. Maybe because Meg (the school bully) had began to do her day worse

      Though, we don't even know who Meg is. Maybe the bully, or a new friend Riley met.

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    • But you do know that name is on the Inside Out page on the cast section, right?

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    • I don't like the idea that Fear, Disgust and Anger is a villain. Disgust tell others to avoid dirty things. If Anger or Fear is the villain it would be kinda sexist.

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    • By the way what is the meaning of the name "Meg"?

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    • 702085 wrote:
      But you do know that name is on the Inside Out page on the cast section, right?

      I know that, but there isn't any source that shows what her role is.

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    • Why would anger or fear be sexist, because they're male in the movie? That's nonsense. What if you have a movie where the villain would be female and it would be a bad villain. Would it make a difference when this villain would be male? No! It's not about genders, it's about the quality of the villain and you can tell me what you want, but it won't change the fact that a villain will not be better off, whether it's male or female

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    • Orlando678 wrote:
      Why would anger or fear be sexist, because they're male in the movie? That's nonsense. What if you have a movie where the villain would be female and it would be a bad villain. Would it make a difference when this villain would be male? No! It's not about genders, it's about the quality of the villain and you can tell me what you want, but it won't change the fact that a villain will not be better off, whether it's male or female

      I agree completely. Almost all villains in Disney, Pixar and DreamWorks' line ups could have been either gender. Well, Pharoh Rameses was kinda restricted. And Scar, Jafar, Frollo and Hades were kinda forced to be male because of the context they were in.

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    • You know who should the villain?

      "My Mom!", Regular Show's Muscle Man

      "My Mom!", Regular Show's Muscle Man

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    • well, no

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    • Something that's interesting is that Emotions can damage parts of the body or kill you (Pretty sure)

      And two of those feelings are depression and stress.

      Potentially Fear or Sadness begin to damage Riley? I know its a bit dark for this type of film, but still... 

      Plus out of them, Joy, Anger and Disgust, they would be the least likely to turn on the others or do the most harm, since fear is...fearful and sadness is...harmlessly feeling sad. Or they could even be the MOST likely, since I don't see Joy being the antagonist at ALL. Anger and Disgust have a chance, but so do Fear and Sadness. There are always those movies where one of the group turns traitorous. 

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    • Then how about Depression be the main villain of Inside Out and maybe it can be female and be a sexy villian?

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    • ToyStoryFan123 wrote:
      Orlando678 wrote:
      Why would anger or fear be sexist, because they're male in the movie? That's nonsense. What if you have a movie where the villain would be female and it would be a bad villain. Would it make a difference when this villain would be male? No! It's not about genders, it's about the quality of the villain and you can tell me what you want, but it won't change the fact that a villain will not be better off, whether it's male or female
      I agree completely. Almost all villains in Disney, Pixar and DreamWorks' line ups could have been either gender. Well, Pharoh Rameses was kinda restricted. And Scar, Jafar, Frollo and Hades were kinda forced to be male because of the context they were in.

      I agree with you on that. The villain gender shouldn't matter, although I see where people are coming from. I myself would really want to see a villianess in a disney film that's, like,  Frollo or Scar good (maybe one like Zira from the Lion King Sequel) but for this film, there isn't really a need for a vilian(ess), maybe a bully but other than that Pixar's got a really good movie. I mean sure, Mother Gothel is a pretty good villianess but not really compared to Frollo or Scar. I would like to see one on that level since Disney has yet to do in this revival era.

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    • 702085 wrote: Then how about Depression be the main villain of Inside Out and maybe it can be female and be a sexy villian?

      Okay so depression is the villain. She will be the mixture of Icy and Darcy who are the villains of Winx Club.

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    • Twitchery14 wrote: Something that's interesting is that Emotions can damage parts of the body or kill you (Pretty sure)

      And two of those feelings are depression and stress.

      Potentially Fear or Sadness begin to damage Riley? I know its a bit dark for this type of film, but still... 

      Plus out of them, Joy, Anger and Disgust, they would be the least likely to turn on the others or do the most harm, since fear is...fearful and sadness is...harmlessly feeling sad. Or they could even be the MOST likely, since I don't see Joy being the antagonist at ALL. Anger and Disgust have a chance, but so do Fear and Sadness. There are always those movies where one of the group turns traitorous. 

      They are protagonists, remember!? Sadness is Joy's ally and not that negative and Fear doesn't want Riley to suffer so he's always checking her. We can't turn the heroes into villains!

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote:

      Twitchery14 wrote: Something that's interesting is that Emotions can damage parts of the body or kill you (Pretty sure)

      And two of those feelings are depression and stress.

      Potentially Fear or Sadness begin to damage Riley? I know its a bit dark for this type of film, but still... 

      Plus out of them, Joy, Anger and Disgust, they would be the least likely to turn on the others or do the most harm, since fear is...fearful and sadness is...harmlessly feeling sad. Or they could even be the MOST likely, since I don't see Joy being the antagonist at ALL. Anger and Disgust have a chance, but so do Fear and Sadness. There are always those movies where one of the group turns traitorous. 

      They are protagonists, remember!? Sadness is Joy's ally and not that negative and Fear doesn't want Riley to suffer so he's always checking her. We can't turn the heroes into villains!


      Hans

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    • To Orlando. What happen to Hans?

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    • Well he was a hero, but he turned out to be the villain

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    • Sadness is not much like Hans. Sadness is insure and sad ,and Hans is friendly and greedy. Sadness looks and outward  insure and sad. Her name is also Sadness. She was insure and curious so she wanted to control Riley but it would hurt Riley's eyes (mistakenly). So she isn't much of a villain.

      Fear doesn't want Riley to suffer. So Fear might worried about Riley so he wanted to control her but it would hurt Riley's voice (mistakenly). So he isn't much of a villain.

      Even they wanted to control Riley they doesn't care about how they hurt Riley.

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    • We never saw that Hans was evil until the fireplace scene so the same could happen to fear anger or sadness

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    • Fear never said bad things to anybody. He is just checking everybody because he's nervous.

      Anger is always angry even in the beginning.

      Sadness would never say like what happen in fireplace and she is always relying on Joy did but she will never wanted to invade Joy.

      If you don't know about those characters. See their page or their Disney/Pixar profile.

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    • Sadness and Fear are always in a photo with Joy (in merchandise). Hans wouldn't do that with Anna, Elsa or Kristoff. I didn't mean scenes. And most of Disney/Pixar characters who are with the protagonist mostly are not villains. Elsa goes with Anna not Hans.

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    • Cherryblossomfan1234 wrote:
      Fear never said bad things to anybody. He is just checking everybody because he's nervous.

      Anger is always angry even in the beginning.

      Sadness would never say like what happen in fireplace and she is always relying on Joy did but she will never wanted to invade Joy.

      If you don't know about those characters. See their page or their Disney/Pixar profile.

      How do you know if Anger or Sadness don't have any ideas of taking over Riley. Maybe Anger doesn't like the other emotions to keep Riley so nice and all or sadness might want to have plans to betray the rest to make Riley depressed or something.

      Hans is a perfect example of a surprise villain so don't tell me that inside out can't have this. In the end if one of the emotions turns evil, then it does mean that the villain will revive as everyone needs all their emotions in life.

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    • Maybe a scary brain leech who got mutated to a giant size and wants to take over everyone's minds to control them to do his own bidding

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    • his? we want it to be a female!

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    • I wrote his by accident sorry about that I was thinking of a scary female deranged brain leech with long red hair that's sticking out everywhere and red eyes

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    • Or Joy's evil twin(s)maybe fear,hatred,anger and/or sadness

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    • Maybe just one called hatred

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    • Cloverfield monster,it should be Muscle Man's MOM!!!and maybe High Fives' brother

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    • Hahaha sorry just having some fun

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    • Sadness doesn't want to have something bad.

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    • Hatred

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    • LionKeybladeWielder wrote: I wrote his by accident sorry about that I was thinking of a scary female deranged brain leech with long red hair that's sticking out everywhere and red eyes

      How about if that brain leech can have very good looks that all the guys would go like :O OMG!! She could be all woman-like with black hair and light grey skin and red eyes

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    • If that scene "OMG :O" happen, Suprise (emotion) have to come to Inside Out. She is the main emotion too. I don't say she should be the villain.

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    • Maybe. But the fact that she could atract a lot of boys who would see the movie, because of her amazing good looks

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    • Right,then she would hypnotize them and try to get them to destroy all other emotions and hatred can be her sidekick who is a false hero and a traitor to the other emotions

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    • Lol, who else is kind of wanting a surprise emotion that does the 'surprise patrick meme face'?

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    • I don't know why Suprise isn't in Inside Out. She is also a main emotion. Maybe she'll come in the sequel like Aisha (who is a main character from Winx Club) doesn't come in Season 1 but in Season 2.

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    • LionKeybladeWielder wrote: Right,then she would hypnotize them and try to get them to destroy all other emotions and hatred can be her sidekick who is a false hero and a traitor to the other emotions

      I didn't mean it that way. I meant that a female villain that could be increasingly attractive and boys would lay eyes on her, but they know that she must be defeated at the end. Even if she is their idol.

      Like for example, in Tangled, the villain Mother Gothel, I found her so attractive, but I knew that she had to be stopped in the end.

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    • Yeah but Hatred would make a good henchman and also the Brain Leech would be a Tapeworm so to speak...Also this would be a repeat of Tangled.And I find Rapunzel more attractive than Gothel

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    • Yes, everyone knows that. Rapunzel being more attractive than Mother Gothel (also, what you just said is a repetition of that classic dilema in Snow White, the woman hero being more beautiful than the woman villain)

      Ok. Change of plans. Hatred should be the female evil but attractive main antagonist while the brain leech could be her henchman. I just want the villain Of Inside Out to be a sexy one and to be either a sickness or emotion.

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    • but not Disgust!

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    • Pshhhht...Hatred sounds a lot like a male villain it should be a Tapeworm or maybe Riley's inability to adjust her mind to leaving Minnesota which creates a scary pit of doubt in her mind so it could be a female called Disencouragement

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    • LionKeybladeWielder wrote:
      Pshhhht...Hatred sounds a lot like a male villain it should be a Tapeworm or maybe Riley's inability to adjust her mind to leaving Minnesota which creates a scary pit of doubt in her mind so it could be a female called Disencouragement

      A tapeworm? How does that relate to the mind.

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    • Well,technically the brainworm would enter Riley's head and start causing more chaos with an emotion called Hatred as her sidekick.

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    • LionKeybladeWielder wrote: Well,technically the brainworm would enter Riley's head and start causing more chaos with an emotion called Hatred as her sidekick.

      Maybe that can work, but can the evil brainworm would take the form of a beautiful woman with black hair, pale skin and red eyes and red lips?

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    • Right and she would try to seduce the male emotions and Hatred would be born out of Riley's hatred of San Fransisco.

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    • I agree completely with you

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    • Then the emotions would be put in major trouble and the leech would make an attempt at Riley's life,while Hatred would be a decoy,but then the emotions are gonna have to defeat the leech at the core of Riley's mind

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    • Awesome. I hope the movie can be that way.

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    • I've got an idea for a villain: A gray emotion that has the appearance of a slender woman named Distraction.

      Her bad side comes from her destroying the headquarters inside Riley's mind, and with HQ destroyed, the main emotions have to spend a large quantity of time to restore everything, thus, making them spend less time trying to control Riley, and without them controlling Riley, Riley will easily get distracted.

      I bet the way the emotions beat her is when the main emotions bond together, and their powers would become so powerful, it creates a shockwave powerful enough to disintegrate Distraction until she's noting but a small pile of patricles. Then Anger would destroy the pile of particles using the fire on his head, eliminating what was once a beautiful looking emotion.

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    • AnimationFan15 wrote:
      I've got an idea for a villain: A gray emotion that has the appearance of a slender woman named Distraction.

      Her bad side comes from her destroying the headquarters inside Riley's mind, and with HQ destroyed, the main emotions have to spend a large quantity of time to restore everything, thus, making them spend less time trying to control Riley, and without them controlling Riley, Riley will easily get distracted.

      I bet the way the emotions beat her is when the main emotions bond together, and their powers would become so powerful, it creates a shockwave powerful enough to disintegrate Distraction until she's noting but a small pile of patricles. Then Anger would destroy the pile of particles using the fire on his head, eliminating what was once a beautiful looking emotion.

      Good idea! You know I want to see Anger challenging her and say "You want a piece of me, toots? Let's RUMBLE!!" And then he would start doing his anger motions towards her, beating the tar out of her, with Joy and the other emotions joining him

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    • AnimationFan15 wrote: I've got an idea for a villain: A gray emotion that has the appearance of a slender woman named Distraction.

      Her bad side comes from her destroying the headquarters inside Riley's mind, and with HQ destroyed, the main emotions have to spend a large quantity of time to restore everything, thus, making them spend less time trying to control Riley, and without them controlling Riley, Riley will easily get distracted.

      I bet the way the emotions beat her is when the main emotions bond together, and their powers would become so powerful, it creates a shockwave powerful enough to disintegrate Distraction until she's noting but a small pile of patricles. Then Anger would destroy the pile of particles using the fire on his head, eliminating what was once a beautiful looking emotion.

      Nah.Hatred and a leech sound much better.

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    • Since Riley hates SF so much,Hatred will be born and will hate the other emotions and try to destroy them and rule Riley's mind and when the brain leech enters,she seduces him and says that she and him can rule together.Hatred and her would then realize that the emotions outnumber them,so they decide to try and destroy Riley's mind.The leech is gonna seduce Hatred into being a decoy while she attempts to destroy Riley's head,but the emotions confront Hatred,then Anger is all like "Yo,you wanna get a hole punched in that face or you gonna tell us where the squigglin' tootsie worm went?!!!"After defeating Hatred,they're gonna find the leech about to wreak havoc on Riley's brain core,but Disgust would act up,disgusted at seeing a worm and hit her with a hose,and the worm would press a red button,which looks bad and Sadness would start sobbing loudly,flooding the room,causing Fear to panic and go crazy,eventually causing him to run over the leech,which gives Joy a chance to startle her and prank her,sending her to a corner of Riley's head,from where Anger would be all like,"Well,lookee here!Somebody ordered takeaway!Let's show em out!"then punch her out Riley's ear,then the group realizes that the red button was actually Sleep Mode

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    • Also to AnimationFan:YOURE THE DISTRACTION!!!WERE TALKING ABOUT A WAY BETTER IDEA WITH HATRED AND A WORM!!HOPE YOUR EMOTIONS PRESS SELFDESTRUCT SOON!

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    • no insults, i like both idea!

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    • Shouldn't that be both ideas?

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    • I actually like the Distraction idea over the worm and hatred one. It has a better story concept and it just seems to fit better.

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    • Orlando678 wrote: I actually like the Distraction idea over the worm and hatred one. It has a better story concept and it just seems to fit better.

      Shaddup!

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    • AnimationFan15 wrote: I've got an idea for a villain: A gray emotion that has the appearance of a slender woman named Distraction.

      Her bad side comes from her destroying the headquarters inside Riley's mind, and with HQ destroyed, the main emotions have to spend a large quantity of time to restore everything, thus, making them spend less time trying to control Riley, and without them controlling Riley, Riley will easily get distracted.

      I bet the way the emotions beat her is when the main emotions bond together, and their powers would become so powerful, it creates a shockwave powerful enough to disintegrate Distraction until she's noting but a small pile of patricles. Then Anger would destroy the pile of particles using the fire on his head, eliminating what was once a beautiful looking emotion.

      Also,get a better profile pic,ur pic is uglier than you!

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    • >:( Did you NOT read carebearheart's message? No insuting others!

      Besides, don't you even know who the character in my proflie pic is??

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    • AnimationFan15 wrote:
      >:( Did you NOT read carebearheart's message? No insuting others!

      Besides, don't you even know who the character in my proflie pic is??

      Also, who cares what your opinions of my idea are like? Everybody has a different vision of this thread's topic, and you don't have to brush it into other's faces.

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    • LionKeybladeWielder wrote:

      Orlando678 wrote: I actually like the Distraction idea over the worm and hatred one. It has a better story concept and it just seems to fit better.

      Shaddup!

      How about....No!