ByJonathan Sim, writer at Creators.co
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In 2003, Pixar released its fifth 3D-animated feature called Finding Nemo, the story of how an overprotective clownfish named Marlin (Albert Brooks) loses his son (Alexander Gould) and he goes on an adventure to find him along with a regal tang with short-term memory loss named Dory (Ellen Degeneres).

They're back.

Today, Ellen Degeneres, the voice of Dory, released the trailer for the sequel named Finding Dory.

It has Dory swimming around n her sleep, and then realizing that she remembered her family and goes to look for them.

The film will be released on June 17, 2016 and will have Ellen Degeneres, Albert Brooks, Willem Dafoe, and Vicki Lewis reprising their roles as Dory, Marlin, Gill, and Deb (and Flo).

The role of Nemo has been recast with Hayden Rolence, because Alexander Gould is 21 years old right now, and his voice is deep now. Nemo still sounds pretty much the same, but you've got to give credit to both actors for voicing a titular character at such young ages. I wouldn't have been smart enough to do it.

I think you should count on an appearance from Pixar's good-luck charm, John Ratzenberger as well, as he's had a role in every Pixar film to date, such as:

  • Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3 - Hamm the Piggy Bank
  • A Bug's Life - PT Flea
  • Monsters, Inc. and Monsters University - The Abominable Snowman
  • Finding Nemo - Moonfish
  • The Incredibles - The Underminer
  • Cars and Cars 2 - Mack
  • Ratatouille - Mustafa the Waiter
  • Wall-E - John
  • Up - Tom
  • Brave - Gordon
  • Inside Out - Fritz

I'm thinking he'll reprise his role as the moonfish.

Well, if this movie gets good reviews, believe me, I'm watching it. I have pretty high hopes for this movie since every Pixar movies has received positive reviews. Except:

NO. NO. WE IGNORE THAT MOVIE. IT NEVER HAPPENED.

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