Movie News: More Details on Pixar's 'Inside Out;' Trailers for Robin Wright's 'The Congress' and Steve Coogan's 'Trip to Italy'

Movie News: More Details on Pixar's 'Inside Out;' Trailers for Robin Wright's 'The Congress' and Steve Coogan's 'Trip to Italy'

May 27, 2014

Inside Out: As we heard last year, Pixar's Inside Out will take place inside the mind of an 11-year-old girl, revolving around emotions voiced by Amy Poehler (Joy, the main and most important emotion), Bill Hader (Fear), Mindy Kaling (Disgust), Phyllis Smith (Sadness) and Lewis Black (Anger). New plot details indicate the young girl must struggle with her emotions when she is uprooted from the Midwest to San Francisco due to her father's new job. She and her emotions must "navigate a new city, house and school.” The movie will bow in theaters on June 19, 2015. [Pixar via Variety]

Lucy: Previously scheduled for release opposite Michael Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Scarlett Johansson's modern action movie Lucy has now been pushed up two weeks to July 25, where it will face off against Dwayne Johnson's period action movie Hercules. In its new slot, Lucy will also compete for attention with the Cameron Diaz comedy Sex Tape and the dance sequel Step Up All In, so it should be a good weekend for moviegoers. [Heat Vision]

The Trip to Italy Trailer: Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are traveling through Europe again. Their dry wit and celebrity impressions are on display in the new trailer for The Trip to Italy, directed by Michael Winterbottom, in which they needle each other mercilessly, drive erratically through the countryside, and enjoy fabulous meals. Condensed from a BBC TV series, it's the sequel to 2010's The Trip, and should provide good entertainment when it arrives in theaters on August 15. [Yahoo]

The Congress Trailer: Robin Wright stars in The Congress, a film that combines live action and animation to tell a fantastic story about an actress who sells her digital likeness to a studio so she can provide for her sickly son. A new trailer gives a good hint about the wonders that await. The movie, which also features Harvey Keitel, Danny Huston, Paul Giamatti and Jon Hamm, opens in theaters on August 29. [The Film Stage]

 

 

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