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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Last Chance to Catch the Forgetful Blue Tang on the Big Screen
When “Finding Dory” Swims Back into Select Theatres Sept. 2
Remember this? Best. Cuddle. Party. Ever.
Movie fans’ favourite forgetful blue tang Dory is making an encore appearance in theatres this Labour Day weekend. “Finding Dory” returns to theatres Sept. 2, inviting moviegoers to revisit the adventure with clownfish Marlin and Nemo, septopus Hank, whale shark Destiny and beluga whale Bailey as they team up to help Dory reunite with her long-lost parents. Directed by Andrew Stanton, produced by Lindsey Collins and featuring the voices of Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Hayden Rolence, Kaitlin Olson, Ty Burrell, Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy, “Finding Dory” originally opened June 17, 2016, and became the highest grossing animated film of all time domestically.