There's no need to worry about those little voices inside your head—everyone has them!
Disney Pixar's Inside Out takes us inside the brain to amplify all that noise, and as demonstrated in the movie's second full-length trailer (which premiered Tuesday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show), those feelings and emotions have a lot to say!
Inside Out tells the story of Riley, a girl uprooted from her Midwest life when her family moves to San Francisco. In this clip, Riley's mom asks how the first day of school was. "Fine, I guess," Riley answers, but the voices in Mom's head instantly notice something's wrong. "Did you guys pick up on that?" asks one. "Something's wrong," adds another. "Signal the husband!"
When Mom does this, we see the voices inside Dad's head weren't exactly tuned in just seconds before. "Uh-oh, she's looking at us," one of them says. "What did she say?" asks another. The voices confer, wondering if it's garbage night or a plumbing problem. Ultimately, though, one of the voices in Riley's dad's head admits, "Sorry, sir, we weren't looking!"
The real focus, though, is on the voices inside Riley's head! There's Joy (voiced by Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Fear (Bill Hader). These emotions are in charge of Riley's memories, which are "mostly happy, not to brag," says Joy.
But in Inside Out, we see that the emotions inside Riley's head are capable of changing a happy memory into a sad one. That's what appears to happen to Riley, and Joy gets lost in the land of Long-Term Memory! But can Sadness (Smith) save her?! What about Imaginationland or a magical unicorn inside her brain?
We'll have to wait and see! Inside Out hits theaters June 19, 2015.