Walt Disney Pictures have unveiled the official teaser trailer for their upcoming animated film Inside Out. Directed by Pete Docter and starring the likes of Amy Poehler, Bill Hader and Diane Lane, this standalone outing depicts the mad-cap attempts of beings living inside (and controlling) the minds of humans to maintain a form of social order within a domestic environment with predictbaly hilarious results - think Meet Dave but with less Eddie Murphy and more humour that actually hits the mark.
What's more, the motion picture in question marks Pixar Animation Studios' first contribution to the industry since last year's Monsters University, a key attribute which in itself should draw more than enough viewers to auditoriums for the project to ultimately make a substantial profit given how much the younger generations of today tend to crave new adventures from the minds who gave us Toy Story, A Bug's Life and (much to their subsequent regret, we'd imagine) Cars (shudder). Promotional trails such as these are rarely indicative of whether or not the final product will flourish critically (or commercially, for that matter), yet even so, the number of high-calibre, semi-satirical gags on offer here is promising to say the very least when compared to the dizzying mediocrity of 2011's monumentally underwhelming Cars 2 and virtually every trailer which preceded its release, suggesting that the considerably lengthy period that one of the planet Earth's foremost animation studios has spent in the background whilst Walt Disney Animation Studios developed and débuted frankly marvellous productions like Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph and (as of January 2015 here in the UK) Big Hero 6 will pay dividends as Pixar undergo a return to form in a few months' time.
Inside Out will toy (quite literally) with the minds of audiences in cinemas (or the cinematic nervous system, if you will) across the globe on June 19th, 2015.