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First Clip From Pixar's 'Inside Out'

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It's okay, you're in good company here. We like Pixar films just as much as you do.

Arguably more, given our SteelBook collection, but that's another matter. 

You're here for the first clip from Inside Out, the cutesy personification of emotional characteristics. The clip accompanies the announcement that the film is to receive its world premiere at Cannes Film Festival in May.

As you’d expect of Pixar, it’s not the most conventional set-up (proceedings take place in a young girl’s head, naturally) while you’ll recognise some of the voices; most notably those of Amy Poehler and the never-not-funny Bill Hader.

Witty, charming and offensively colourful, it's everything you (we) were hoping for. 

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