Disney•Pixar’s “Inside Out” is now showing at theaters everywhere! We saw a pre-screening of the movie at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood a few weeks ago and loved it! Before the movie, an organist performed to Disney’s popular song tunes, but now through August 19, 2015, they will open with a “Music of Light” show which will include illuminations created by 3D Live along with live dancers choreographed by Dave Scott (resident choreographer on “So You Think You Can Dance!”)
“Five of the characters of ‘Inside Out’—Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger and Disgust—are Emotions,” said Scott. “For me, being able to interpret emotion through dance live on stage is a brilliant idea. When I started working on this, I was so excited to think of dance styles that can be inspired by these emotions—hip hop, krump and breakdancing are all part of this show. We even have a dancer who specializes in aerial work who can express an ecstastic emotion.”
Rated PG, “Inside Out” is an emotional and hilarious movie about what goes on inside a little girl’s head. All the characters represent a unique emotion: Joy (voice of Amy Poehler) is in charge and wants to make sure Riley stays happy, but she has to work with her other colleagues Fear (voice of Bill Hader), Anger (voice of Lewis
Black), Disgust (voice of Mindy Kaling) and Sadness
(voice of Phyllis Smith). It’s not a one person job as we find out, and they all have to work together.
Directed by Academy Award® winner Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.”, “Up”), produced by Jonas Rivera, p.g.a. (“Up”) and featuring an original score by Michael Giacchino (“The Incredibles,” “Ratatouille,” “Up”), Disney•Pixar’s “Inside Out” now playing in theaters everywhere!
Each screening also includes Disney•Pixar’s new short “LAVA,” a musical love story that takes place over millions of years. It is a wonderful short film that will make you cry. Bring tissues!
Showtimes are subject to change.
The El Capitan Theatre will also host a very special Tiny Tot Tuesday every Tuesday during the run of “Inside Out” at 10 a.m. During these special screenings, parents and small children may enjoy the movie in a tot-friendly way—with lights dimmed rather than out and reduced sound levels.