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Genevieve Van Voorhis

Attention Dory fans! Unless you saw the sneak peek of Finding Dory from CinemaCon, there's a brand new trailer you need to see. Pixar has just released the first international trailer for Finding Dory! It's all in Japanese, but there is a ton of footage from the film that we haven't seen before. Regardless of whether or not you speak Japanese, it's definitely worth a watch.

Check it out now:

This is the first we've seen of Dory's actual capture — apparently some meddling humans (probably scientists) scooped her up out of the water while she was out with the school.

They take her to a marine life institute, and now we've got a better picture of how it looks:

Dory is then put in some sort of test or exhibit where humans repeatedly shove their grubby little hands in the tank with her and other fish.

Hank the Octopus helps her escape from the tank in the Marine Life Institute, and there's a scene where they run through the park in a baby stroller!

And we get this adorable shot of Dory in a sippy cup (I'm sensing a new must-have item for toddlers world wide this summer):

Then there's Marlin and Nemo, swinging in this beach bucket:

And last but but not least — these guys:

They don't appear to do much, but who knows? We'll have to wait until June to find out!

For those of us that need even more Dory in our lives, here's the original trailer in English:

'Finding Dory' opens in theaters on June 16.

What cool stuff did you notice in this international 'Finding Dory' trailer?


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