‘Inside Out’ Deleted Scene: See Bing-Bong as a Radical Non-Conformist

     October 7, 2015


As with every Pixar movie, Inside Out went through a number of different iterations over the course of its development and production. The Pixar process is that every movie is fluid, and folks aren’t afraid to tear everything down and start anew if the film just isn’t working. Sometimes that results in radically different versions of the movie (Wall-E’s entire second and third act used to involve aliens, not humans), and sometimes it’s simply a process of finessing and fine-tuning things until they’re exactly right.

In anticipation of the release of Inside Out on Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere on October 13th, followed by a Blu-ray release on November 3rd, we’ve been provided with an exclusive deleted scene that will be included on the home video release. The scene in question (introduced by director Pete Docter) presents a slightly different iteration of Bing Bong—you know, that character who reduced you to a puddle of tears. In this version, Bing Bong was envisioned as a more extreme version of Joy, and he resembles a radical protester of sorts. It’s a funny scene, and another insightful look at the Pixar creative process.

Check out the deleted scene below, and click here to pre-order Inside Out on Blu-ray. See a full list of extras included on the various home video releases below the video.

inside-out-blu-rayDigital HD*, Blu-ray Combo Pack & Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA)

  • Riley’s First Date? (In-Home Exclusive Animated Short Film) – Riley, now 12, is hanging out at home with her parents in San Francisco when potential trouble comes knocking: a boy shows up at the door. Can Mom and Dad’s emotions handle “Riley’s First Date?”
  • LAVA (Theatrical Short Film) – Inspired by the isolated beauty of tropical islands and the explosive allure of ocean volcanoes, LAVA is a musical love story that takes place over millions of years.
  • Story of the Story – Director Pete Docter talks about the evolution of Inside Out, from the ideas and memories that inspired the story through the hurdles, explorations and experiences that helped shape it into the film it is today.
  • Paths to Pixar: The Women of Inside Out – Inside Out filmmakers, from voice actors to animators to production crew, talk about their paths, their goals, the challenges they’ve faced and the lessons they’ve learned along the way
  • Mixed EmotionsInside Out‘s filmmakers talk about how they decided which emotions to focus on in the story and how they went about creating each one’s distinct personality and visual identity

  • Mapping the Mind – Inside Out‘s artists take you through the years-long process of designing and creating a world everyone knows, but no one has ever seen – the human mind.
  • Our Dads, the Filmmakers – Elie Docter (daughter of director, Pete Docter) and Grace Giacchino (daughter of composer, Michael Giacchino) bring you behind the scenes for an inside look at the making of the film.
  • Into the Unknown: The Sound of Inside Out – What is the sound of a memory forming? Sound designer Ren Klyce describes the challenges – and the unique solutions – involved in creating the aural world of Inside Out.
  • The Misunderstood Art of Animation Film Editing – Learn more about the crucial role of an animation film editor, who helps take     the story from its earliest, most exploratory versions, to the final, polished film you see onscreen.
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Riley Grows Up – In this scene from a version of the film where the primary relationship was between Joy and Fear (then named Freddie), the emotions begin to notice a change in Riley.
  • Joy’s Decline – Joy’s struggles to make sense of the limitations on Riley’s behavior that seem to be springing up at every turn.
  • Misdirection – Joy and Freddie encounter a group of Riley’s “retired” imaginary friends, including an early version of Big Bong.
  • Construction – Joy is guided through Riley’s mind by a radical non-conformist, Bing Bong, outraged by the demolition of older areas like Imagination Park.
  • Commentary – Commentary includes participation from directors Pete Docter and Ronnie del Carmen, and producer Jonas Rivera.
  • Mind Candy – A montage of toolkit and interstitials produced for Inside Out.
  • Inside Out Trailers – A collection of domestic and international trailers made for Inside Out.

*Digital bonus offerings may vary by retailer       


Image via Pixar

Blu-ray 3D

  • LAVA 


  • LAVA
  • Commentary

DMA Exclusives:

  • Designing Abstract Thought – Inside Out character designer Albert Lozano describes the challenging, exciting and appropriately nonlinear process of designing the films “Abstract Thought” sequence.
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Joy Alone – Pursuing a lost memory underneath the ocean, Joy is given a chance to fulfill her heart’s desire.
  • Imagination Park – Joy is chased through a reactivated Imagination Park by an antagonistic Freddie.

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