The latest trailer for Pixar's "Inside Out" takes us further into the depths of main character Riley's mind, and makes us even more excited for the flick's summer debut.
We're re-introduced to the emotions inside the 11-year-old's head -- Joy (Amy Poehler), Anger (Lewis Black), Fear (Bill Hader), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), and Disgust (Mindy Kaling) -- who are all readjusting to life in a new city after Riley's family relocates from the Midwest to San Francisco. In a struggle to control how Riley views her memories, Joy and Sadness accidentally get lost in a different section of Riley's mind, prompting a trip through Long-Term Memory, Imagination Land, and Dream Productions.
It's a fantastical examination of what's really going on in a tween's head, and hilarious when left to the devices of Poehler and co. Joy gushes over a rainbow unicorn she recognizes from one of Riley's recurring dreams, while Anger spouts quips that both kids and parents are sure to enjoy (declaring, "Congratulations, San Francisco, you've ruined pizza!" when he spots broccoli on a slice; a racy one-liner about seeing a bear -- or was that just a hairy dude? -- in San Fran).
The trailer ties up its funny and heartwarming tale with the perfect soundtrack (the Boston classic "More Than a Feeling"), and leaves us wanting so much more. Is it June yet?
"Inside Out" also features the voices of Kaitlyn Dias (as Riley), Diane Lane (Riley's mom), and Kyle MacLachlan (Riley's dad). It's due in theaters on June 19.
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