Pixar released a trailer on Tuesday for "Inside Out," its upcoming animated movie that explores what it's like to be a kid struggling with conflicting emotions.
Though we've seen a few teasers for "Inside Out," the new trailer gives a better sense of the film's plot. In the clip, we are introduced to Riley's emotions -- joy, sadness, anger, fear and disgust -- and get a better understanding of how they interact to control Riley's behavior. After sadness tries to hold one of the memory balls, joy and sadness are sucked up through a chute and thrust out into the rest of Riley's brain, leaving anger, fear and disgust to control the now much more emotional Riley until joy and sadness can find their way back.
The adventures of joy and sadness take them to some pretty magical places, like the long-term memory banks, and Imagination Land and Dream Productions, the latter of which is designed to look like a movie studio where dreams are made. The film's cast includes Amy Poehler, Mindy Kaling, Bill Hader, Lewis Black and Phyllis Smith, and it's directed by Pete Docter, one of the minds behind Pixar's "Up" and "Monsters, Inc."
"Inside Out" looks like it's going to be incredibly cute and powerful at the same time. It lands in theaters in the US on June 19, followed by an international release that includes Australia on June 25 and the UK on July 24.