New “Finding Dory” Trailer from Pixar drops

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It’s the sequel we’ve all been waiting 14 years for. Pixar is finally back with a sequel to the enormously successful “Finding Nemo.” This time it’s the forgetful blue tang fish Dory (voiced by Ellen Degeneres) who finds herself lost and in need of finding in more ways than one. Here’s a new trailer for “Finding Dory”:

See nothing to worry about. Pixar has this. There’s plenty of that trademark Pixar brand humor and emotion right there in the trailer. Plus we get to see all our animated friends again. Now, June 17th can’t get here soon enough if you ask me.

About the movie:

Pixar’s “Finding Dory” reunites everyone’s favorite forgetful blue tang, Dory, with her friends Nemo and Marlin on a search for answers about her past. What can she remember? Who are her parents? And where did she learn to speak Whale?

Directed by Andrew Stanton (“Finding Nemo,” “WALL•E”) and produced by Lindsey Collins (co-producer “WALL•E”), the film features the voices of Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olson, Ty Burrell, Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton.

“Finding Dory” swims into theaters June 17, 2016.

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3 thoughts on “New “Finding Dory” Trailer from Pixar drops

  1. Ju-osh M.

    Yes, the plot is ANOTHER patented Pixar ‘help get main character from point a to point b’ plot.
    Yes, the seals barking “Off, off, off” is EXACTLY like the seagulls saying “Mine, mine, mine.”
    Yes, the constant cameos look a little exhausting.
    STILL…
    This is the FIRST Pixar trailer since Toy Story 3 to give me goosebumps, chills AND feels!! I am sooo looking forward to this flick!!

    1. Mr. Sig

      Just because it’s a sequel doesn’t mean it’ll be terrible.

      I’m more concerned with why changed the name from “Walt Disney Pictures” to “Disney,” and “Brave” is the first Pixar film to show it. Curiously, we still see the words “A Pixar Animation Studios Film” instead of “A Pixar Film.” I mean, if they’re content with saying “Disney Presents” instead of “Walt Disney Pictures Presents,” it wouldn’t be much trouble if they dropped the words “Animation” and “Studios,” would it?

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