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Image credit: The Ellen Show Youtube Channel

“Finding Dory” Full Trailer Is Finally Out

Can you believe it’s been 13 years since Finding Nemo came out in cinemas?

We remember Ellen DeGeneres making the announcement on her show in April 2013 about Pixar and Disney’s sequel to Finding Nemo. Because of how much we loved Dory from the first film, Pixar and Disney decided to put the spotlight on her this time and entitled the sequel Finding Dory.

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Ellen DeGeneres (Dory) and Albert Brooks (Marlin) reprised their roles, but Hayden Rolence replaced Alexander Gould as Nemo since Gould has then hit puberty.

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In Finding Dory, forgetful and adorable Blue Tang Dory has her childhood memories suddenly flooding back to her and realizes that she has a family waiting for her return. Just like how the title mirrors the first film, Dory then goes on a quest to search for her loved ones and meets new people along the way, one of them being her childhood whale shark friend Destiny, voiced by It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Kaitlin Olson.

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Ellen described Finding Dory to be hilarious, warm, and everything we’ll want it to be. From the trailer we’ve just seen, it sure looks like it, and we’re bound to find Dory swimming back into our hearts again.

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Are you as excited and nostalgic as I am?! Watch the best moments of Dory from the first film Finding Nemo.

Finding Dory hits theaters on June 17, 2016.

Image Credit: The Ellen Show Youtube Channel


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