Breaking Down The ‘Finding Dory’ Trailer In Gifs Because This Mystery Isn’t …

11 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Adory-able trailer for Finding Dory released.

Disney-Pixar have released the first clip of Finding Dory, the upcoming sequel to animation smash hit Finding Nemo and it takes a sneak peak at the cute blue fish’s quest to learn more about her mysterious past.Returning to the movie are Ellen DeGeneres as Dory, Albert Brooks as Marlin, William DaFoe as Gill, Vicki Lewis as Deb, as well as new cast members Diane Keaton as Dory’s mother, Hayden Rolence as Nemo, Ed O’Neill, Ty Burrell and Kaitlin Olson. “Finding Dory” reportedly takes place six months after “Finding Nemo” and chronicles Dory’s escape from an ocean sanctuary facility after being separated from Marlin and Nemo while the three search for her forgotten family. “Finding Nemo” reportedly earned $380,843,261 at the domestic box office and an additional $540,900,000 at the international box office, for a total worldwide gross of $921,743,261, CBS News reports. She reunites with her fish pals and goes on a quest for answers about her past and her family, and we’re full to the gills with emotion in anticipation.

Ellen DeGeneres voices the adory-able Dory and the actress and chat show host first shared the clip on her talk show’s webpage earlier today (November 10). If you shed a tear during the original “Finding Nemo,” our bet is that you’ll be crying a whole ocean of them once you’ve seen this latest Pixar creation, which will probably make you want to call your parents and tell them you love them after seeing it. The film hits cinemas in June next year and it also stars Kaitlin Olson (Always Sunny in Philadelphia), Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy as Dory’s parents, and Modern Family stars Ed O’Neill as cranky octopus Hank.

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