Chronologically, it has been 13 years since its Finding Nemo, but Finding Dory picks up only about a year after the events of its predecessor. Marlin (Albert Brooks), Nemo (Hayden Rolence), and Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) are living happily together, with routines on the schedule most days. Dory, however, begins having mild flashbacks, breaking through her short-term memory loss, which triggers in her a strong urge to find her long lost family. Somewhat reluctantly, if not skeptically, Marlin and Nemo agree to assist Dory on her adventure. Continue reading Finding Dory Keeps Swimming and Goes No Where
It’s hard to believe that not everyone has seen Disney•Pixar’s charming sequel to Finding Nemo, but just to be safe, Finding Dory will swim back into select theaters on the Labor Day weekend.
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Just in case you needed a reminder that Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory is coming out soon (June 17th), there’s a charming new trailer. Check it out after the break.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Sia has come aboard Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory, at the request of star Ellen Degeneres, and will perform Unforgettable – the song over the film’s closing credits. Details follow the jump.
Like it says on the tin. Follow the jump for a message from Dory and Dory’s mom. Finding Dory opens on June 17th.
On Wednesday, May 25th (8/7C), ABC will air the 2003 Oscar®-winner for Best Animated Feature, Finding Nemo.
As part of the evening’s programming, the network will include an exclusive look at Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory – the long awaited further adventures of everyone’s favorite Blue Tang. Follow the jump for details.
Dory runs into an old friend in the new trailer for Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory. Check it out after the break.
Finding Dory premieres on June 17th.
There’s really no explaining the new trailer for Finding Dory. It has to be seen – so follow the jump and check it out.
Finding Dory opens on June 17th.
Where’s Dory? She’s peeking out of four new posters for Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory – like a blue tang version of Waldo…
Finding Dory premieres on June 17th. Follow the jump for the other posters.
Finding Nemo is one of Disney•Pixar’s most beloved films. So, why would they make a sequel?
If the first trailer for Finding Dory is any indication, it was because they came up with a good idea for a story. Check it out after the jump. Finding Dory will premiere on June 17, 2016.
After years of public campaigning, Ellen DeGeneres has finally got her wish with a Finding Nemo sequel. This time, she’s the one being found in Finding Dory, a movie directed by Nemo helmer Andrew Stanton and Angus MacLane (Toy Story of Terror).