Every individual is unique, including their emotions.

Following the announcement of Pixar‘s upcoming movie titled “Inside Out“, 2 additional clips were released last month, revealing to the audience more on how emotions work inside the mind. Today, Disney’s Pixar Animation Studio once again released another new “Just Like Joy” teaser.

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Featuring the voice of Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, and Phyllis Smith, the Academy Award winner Pete Docter, of “Up” and “Monster, Inc.” fame, will helm the movie alongside co-director Ronnie del Carmen while Jonas Rivera will serve as producer.

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Based on an original idea by Docter,  the story centres on a young girl Riley, who was forced to leave her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco.

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Just like everybody else, Riley is guided by 5 main emotions – –Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness. These main emotions live and operate in the “headquarters” of Riley’s mind, where they prompt and advise her through everyday life.

The story continues as Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to a new life in San Francisco which leads to turmoil in “headquarters”. Joy, Riley’s main and most important emotion always tries to keep things positive but the emotions too, face conflict on what’s best for Riley in a new city, house, and school.

Watch the “Just Like Joy” clip below:

From the trailer, we learned that Anger, Fear and Disgust were having trouble as they tried to deal with Riley’s emotion without Joy and Sadness (both of them were in the midst of finding their way out of a long-term memory). When Fear suggested that the threesome do what Joy would do, Disgust was then heard as saying, “Anger, Fear, Disgust, how are we suppose to be happy?”

The latest additional clip of “Just Like Joy” displays more than just Riley’s emotion, but also takes us inside of Riley’s mother’s “headquarters” of her mind, portraying that all of our emotions run quite similar on the inside except the fact that they look different.

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Pixar’s “Inside Out” will be released in a cinema near you on 19th June 2015.

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For more on “Inside Out”, visit the movie’s Facebook page.

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