I'll be honest,  I was getting a little worried with all of the sequels being shoveled out by Pixar and their Disney bosses of late.

Now comes a movie from Pixar that isn't a sequel or transparently designed to sell toys, although I'm sure it will. Inside Out is the story of a little girl named Riley who is dealing with having to move across country, with her inner emotions being voiced by the likes of Amy Poehler (Joy), Lewis Black (Anger), Bill Hader (Fear), Mindy Kaling (Disgust) and Phyllis Smith (Sadness).

Directed and written by Pete Docter of Monsters Inc and Up fame, the film is slated for a June or July release-- it was scheduled for June but this trailer suggests July. If the movie is as good as the trailer, it looks like Pixar has another classic on it's hands!