New Inside Out Clip Wins at First Day of School Memories and Delights All

From the Oh My Disney blog

Good morning! We have a clip from Inside Out for you to start the day off on the best leg possible. The leg of emotions. Too weird? It’s early for us, just go with it. Anyways, in this clip Joy assembles the whole gang of emotions together to get ready for Riley’s first day at her school. (ICYMI Riley is the teenage girl whose head houses the stars of the film, her emotions.) Watch as Joy gives everyone a job (for Sadness, that’s staying in a confined area where she can’t ruin the first day of school, for Fear it’s coming up with a list of the worst things that could possibly happen, and for Disgust it’s making sure Riley’s outfit is on point):

Um, we’re obsessed. We LOVE Amy Poehler as Joy! Ugh, she’s so great. As is the rest of the cast (Mindy Kaling, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, and Phyllis Smith)! We’re wondering if our emotions were in this much of a tizzy on our first day of school. We are seriously counting the days until the film comes out June 9.

More good news? Pixar Animation Studios has announced that Inside Out will make its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. Pretty epic.

Which emotion is your favorite? Tell us in the comments!



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