Pixar Releases New Teaser Trailer for 'Soul'

New Trailer Debuts for Disney and Pixar's

Disney-Pixar releases teaser trailer for animated film Soul featuring Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey

Soul is a film about finding your passion and discovering yourself, or rather "What is it that makes you".

Pixar recently released a new teaser of the film and it looks like this one's definitely going to leave us spellbound.

The minute-long teaser shows a conventional day within the lifetime of Joe, the indispensable persona voiced by Jamie Foxx, who's a heart college band trainer.

The computer animated film follows Joe, a middle school band teacher who dreams of becoming a jazz performer. "Get ready, your life is about to start".

In the wonderful world of The Great Before are souls that haven't reached Earth yet. On the floor, they appear like joyful child movies, however because the story progresses you notice the depth and nuance they really convey. He's then transported to the The Great Before, a fantastical place where new souls get their personalities, quirks and interests before going to Earth.

Filmmakers from "Soul", collectively with director Pete Docter, co-director and screenwriter Kemp Powers and producer Dana Murray, partnered with American anthropologist and educator Dr. Johnnetta Cole and globally-successfully-known jazz pianist Jon Batiste to present this sneak understanding at the film as a section of the Essence Competition of Custom within the middle of a virtual panel. There, he meets 22 (not her full name, but it's a number too long to quote here), voiced by Tina Fey, who has been observing Earth for a long time and has decided that it's a awful place.

The upcoming animated movie will hit theatres on November 20. The pair take viewers on a journey in an effort to get Joe back to his human body and along the way teach valuable lessons about life's greatest questions. ChesnuTT is originally from Atlanta, Georgia and his music carries the sounds of R&B and Soul.

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