Get Ready To Feel With The New Trailer For Pixar’s “Inside Out”

It might have been somewhat unheralded up until this point, which is unusual given the cast and the fact that it’s got the now-iconic Pixar lamp logo attached to it, but now that this new trailer has dropped, it’s entirely likely that will change.

Heavyweight animation studio Pixar is poised to release Inside Out, their first feature film in over two years, this coming June.
And now, with this extended preview of the film, the full scope of just how emotionally charged the story is is starting to become apparent.
Based around “the voices in your head,” the film focuses on a family whose lives are uprooted when they have to move across the country. But more to that, it goes inside the minds of the family and creates characters out of emotions, with those of young Riley being a chief focus. Two of the emotions, Joy and Sadness get lost inside Riley’s mind, and the remaining few – Anger, Fear and Disgust are left to pilot the ship through a confusing period of adjustment.
From what we see in the trailer above, the film looks like serving as a touching and honest allegory on anxiety and (perhaps) depression, and – like all Pixar films – a brutally honest account of some of the more uncertain and unfamiliar experiences of childhood.
The film’s voice cast is typically stellar, featuring Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Kyle MacLachlan, and Diane Lane, and was directed by Pete Docter who previously helmed Pixar films Monsters, Inc. and Up. Michael Arndt penned the script, having previously served as the scribe for Toy Story 3 and Little Miss Sunshine.
I know I throw this word around quite a bit, but rarely do I mean it as much as I do right now.