Take a Look at the Monsters Inside Your Head as Pixar Releases New Trailer for ‘Inside Out’ [WATCH VIDEO]
Pixar’s new trailer for the movie “Inside Out” is pretty catchy as we take a look on these cute monsters taking control of our minds and emotions. Read on for further details.
“Inside Out” is an upcoming animated fantasy-comedy film in 2015. The movie will be produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The movie will be directed by Pete Docter along with Ronnie del Carmen.
“Inside Out” is a movie set in the head of a young girl named Riley Anderson. The movie portrays five emotions that play a role into every character’s behavior and response — Joy (voiced by Amy Poehler), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling), Fear (Bill Hader) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith).
The five emotions are based in the Headquarters, the control center where emotions reside in Riley’s head. These monsters will help lead Riley throughout her life by giving her advices. Riley takes on an emotional turmoil as her father gets hired in a new job based in San Francisco. Riley struggles to adjust to their new life, and as she tries to keep a positive outlook, her five emotions get confused as they disagree on the best manner of adapting to the new house, school and city.
In Pixar’s first full trailer of the movie, we witness Riley being asked by her mom (Diane MacLachlan) about her first day at school over dinner, to which Riley replies with a simple “It was fine, I guess. I don’t know.” Her mom’s personified emotions pick up on something wrong with Riley’s response, so they signal Riley’s dad (Myle MacLahlan) for support, but the latter’s emotions were busy watching a football game. As Riley’s dad’s emotions finally notice the wife looking at him (or them), the five emotions inside Riley’s dad struggle to find out what his wife just said. He then asks Riley about her first day of school again, to which the wife’s emotion replies, “For this we gave up the Brazilian helicopter pilot?” Mom, dad and Riley’s emotions then compete for control inside their heads as they respond to the matters of everyday life.
“Inside Out” was originally set to hit theaters in June 2015, but the new trailer states a July 2015 release.
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