Sneak Peek: 'Inside Out' Trailer Shows Dinner Table Drama Every Mom Can Relate To (VIDEO)

inside out trailerAre you a Pixar fan? Of course you are! How could you not be? That's why the quick teaser for their newest feature, Inside Out, seemed to be so maddeningly short and frustrating. But now the time has finally come -- a brand-new, full-length trailer was released for Inside Out, and it's everything that we hoped for.


Riley, the focus of the movie, is a young girl who's struggling to come to terms with a cross-country move. Her emotions are brought to life, with Joy (Amy Poehler), Anger (Lewis Black), Fear (Bill Hader), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), and Disgust (Mindy Kaling). Quite an all-star cast, wouldn't you say?

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But Pixar fans get an even bigger surprise from the newest trailer, as it turns out Riley's parents also get their own emotions animated as well! Pretty much any parent most likely had these exact thoughts running through their heads when dealing with a sullen, stubborn child and a spouse who can't read his or her mind. It's pretty great.

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According to Hypable, "The emotions in Riley's head are also in the heads of the parents, but their appearance reflects the person whose brain they're in." Just in case you were wondering which emotion was which. And, sure, the arguments over gender stereotyping have already begun. For example, in the beginning of the trailer, the dad zones out thinking about a soccer game -- while mom zones out at the end about that hunky Brazilian helicopter pilot. But come on, this one little scene is something a lot of families can certainly relate to no matter their make-up.

You also can't help but love the dad who is brought to the brink and has to "put his foot down." What should have been a peaceful, quiet family dinner turns out to be not so peaceful and quiet after all -- especially when viewers are privy to everything that's going inside in everyone's heads and the subsequent yelling and turmoil that come from it.

The film hits theaters on June 19, 2015.

What did you think of the Inside Out trailer? What is dinnertime like for your family?


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