‘Inside Out,’ Pixar’s New Film About Emotions, Is Sure To Play With Yours

March 11, 2015

Pixar's trailer for Inside Out

Pixar, the animation giants that seem to release hit film after hit film, have put out a 2nd trailer for the upcoming Inside Out. 

The initial trailer did not reveal much about the plot of the film. Rather, it showed the interaction between a girl and her two parents…and the voices that go on inside each of their heads.

The follow-up trailer exposes a bit more about the story, however.  The little voices controlling the conversations are actually emotions. There are five to be exact. Inside the girl’s head are Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith),  Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Fear (Bill Hader), and Anger (Lewis Black).

Things get messy, however, when Joy and Sadness get sucked out of the brain’s central control system and into the depths of the mind, leaving the other three emotions to operate.

That leaves Disgust, Fear, and Anger to run the show. That doesn’t sound very pleasant, and you can tell from moments in the trailer that the story isn’t all happy. We won’t know why until we see the film, though.

Pete Docter, screenwriter and director of the film, has worked on several of Pixar’s other big hits like Toy Story, Monster’s Inc., Wall-E, and Up

Pixar doe snot shy away from pulling at the audience’s heartstrings, and this film about emotions is sure to play with yours.

Check out the trailer below: