Following yesterday's poster reveal featuring Phyllis Smith's character Sadness from Inside Out, we have four more character posters featuring Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Anger (Lewis Black), Fear (Bill Hader) and Joy (Amy Poehler).
In addition, Mashable has also debuted a brief video intro for Mindy Kaling's Disgust, and the actress herself sheds new light on her character in a brief interview. Inside Out centers on a young girl named Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwestern hometown when her father takes a new job in San Francisco. The plot follows the aforementioned emotions that reside within the "control center" of Riley's brain. Mindy Kaling reveals that her character is very protective of young Riley.
"Disgust is very protective of Riley. She has high expectations for everyone around her and isn't very patient. Disgust is also very put-together because appearances matter to her."
When asked why she was cast as Digust, the actress speculated what director Pete Docter may have been thinking about during the casting process.
"I think [director] Pete [Docter] was thinking, "Who is the prettiest, most judgmental Hollywood actress who also has green skin?' And then he thought instantly: 'Mindy Kaling.'"
The actress also revealed the last time she personally felt "disgust."
"When I was typing these answers on my laptop and I noticed my keyboard is jammed with food crumbs, I thought, 'Wow, I'm pretty disgusted with myself.'"
Take a look at Disgust's video intro, along with the new character posters below.