And Disney-Pixar delivers again!
The Good Dinosaur released its second full-length trailer Tuesday morning, and it is chock full of all the feelings that have us always ready to bust out the tissues anytime we go to see one of these animated movies. Similar to what happened to many of his predecessors, the main character, an Apatosaurus named Arlo, becomes separated from his family after a bad storm and must traverse land, sea and air to be reunited with them.
(See what we mean when we say prepare to cry?)
But in the world of The Good Dinosaur, life is a little different. The movie asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? It turns out, dinosaurs roam freely and humans are mysterious creatures.
In the new trailer, Arlo meets a tiny human boy, who for all intents and purposes is like a caveman. Seemingly unable to speak, Spot (a dog-like name given to the boy by Arlo) becomes Arlo's travel companion as they try to find his family. Along the way they meet other creatures, from scary, carnivorous dinosaurs to fluffy little animals. Like any other Disney-Pixar movie, though, the real story is how Arlo overcomes his fears.
"I'm done being scared," Arlo declares.
"If you ain't scared, you ain't alive," Nash, a Tyrannosaurus Rex, responds.
This full-length trailer shows audiences far more touching moments than the teaser and the first full-length, and introduces viewers to even more characters. Although the majority of it tugs at the heartstrings, Disney-Pixar also made sure to include its staple funny characters that will add some much needed laughter through all the tears.
Starring 13-year-old Raymond Ochoa as the voice of Arlo, The Good Dinosaur hits theaters Nov. 25, 2015.