According to the specialized website FlixPatrol, Pixar’s “Inside Out” is currently the most-streamed movie on Disney+ globally (as of June 10). The movie tops the worldwide charts on the platform just 10 days ahead of the release of the sequel, which is expected to be a big hit at the box office.

“Inside Out,” released in 2015, follows the emotions inside of Riley’s mind, an 11-year-old girl. In the movie, five personified emotions (Joy, Fear, Sadness, Anger, and Disgust) manage her thoughts and actions. It stars the voices of Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Richard Kind, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Kaitlyn Dias, Diane Lane, and Kyle MacLachlan.

The comedy was a total success, both commercially and critically. It grossed $858.8 million worldwide against a production budget of $175 million, and it won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, among other awards. Check out what to know about the sequel.

‘Inside Out 2’ with Ayo Edebiri is expected to be a big splash

‘Inside Out 2’ will follow Riley, now as a teenager, as new emotions enter to the “headquarters”: Anxiety (Maya Hawke), Envy (Ayo Edebiri), Ennui (Adèle Exarchopoulos) and Embarrassment (Paul Walter Hause).

Poehler, Smith, Black, Lane, and MacLachlan will all reprise their roles from the first film. However, Tony Hale and Liza Lapira are replacing Harder and Kaling in the roles of Anger and Disgust, respectively. Also, Kensington Tallman is now voicing Riley, replacing Kaitlyn Dias.

The movie will open in theaters on June 14, and it is expected to gross between $80 to $85 million in the domestic market, per Deadline. If the film achieves this, it will become Pixar’s best opening in five years, since Toy Story 4 in 2019.

And, for what fans can expect about the movie? Well, a lot of emotions (pun intended). However, since the release of the trailers, many viewers are curious about how Anxiety will be portrayed in the film. Speaking to Refinery 29, Poehler, who plays Joy, says that she thinks it’s cool that “they [the filmmakers] let anxiety show up to protect Riley.”

“Anxiety gives us a lot of information,” she told the outlet. “It can be really like an engine that gets us to do things and it’s not all bad,” she explained, adding that what is “unfortunate” is when anxiety “shuts us down.” However, she is also cautious to say that the film will not “gaslight you” when treating all the subjects.