Pixar just dropped the official trailer for “Soul.”

The company had previously released a teaser for the upcoming film, which hits theaters in June 2020. That teaser introduced us to Joe Gardner (voiced by Jamie Foxx) — a middle-school band teacher who wants to be a jazz musician.

In the teaser, Gardner gives a rallying speech about following passions and living life to the fullest and ends it by asking the character 22 — voiced by Tina Fey — the question, “What do you want to be remembered for?”

Through stunning animation, the official trailer goes even deeper into the philosophical story.

And people are already raving about it — especially the design for “the Great Before,” a place where souls exist before coming to Earth.

“This animation for #PixarSoul deserves a standing ovation,” one Twitter user wrote.

Others expressed excitement about what the film means for the black community. Foxx tweeted Wednesday that he was “honored to be the first ever African American lead in a Pixar film.”

Another Twitter user pointed out the significance of the film’s release date, June 19, which commemorates the 1865 announcement of slavery being abolished in Texas and throughout the former Confederacy.

One line in particular from the trailer is getting attention. When Gardner tries to convince 22 that leaving the “Great Before” is worth it, Fey’s character responds: “Is all this living really worth dying for?”

The line is already giving some people an “existential crisis,” according to Twitter. But it also is a good indicator that Pixar is about to do what they do best: make us cry.