Pixar’s new movie, Inside Out made $91 million at the box office this weekend, taking a chomp out of Jurassic World’s second frame. The box office is the second biggest opening for Pixar behind Toy Story 3.
With Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, Inside Out becomes a deeply saturated world with brightly colored orbs and specks of dust breezing through the mind within a Dolby Cinema soundscape. Jonas Rivera, Producer of Inside Out, describes the experience, “Dolby Cinema allows us as filmmakers to present the film to the audience in its purest form…you’re getting the movie as close to the audience as you possibly can—they’re hearing and seeing it the way we see it in our heads.”
Check out this behind the scenes video as Director Pete Docter, Producer Jonas Rivera and Post Production supervisor Paul Cichoki give us insight into the deeply saturated and sharply contrasted color palettes graded with Dolby Vision and the subtle ambiance in a soundtrack mixed with Dolby Atmos that pull the audience into the film.